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US-Trinidad and Tobago World Cup qualifier to air on beIN SPORTS

October’s critical World Cup qualifier between the US Men’s National Team and Trinidad-and-Tobago will be streamed live on beIN SPORTS and Universo on Tuesday, October 10, World Soccer Talk has learned.

In the final match of their World Cup qualification process, the game could end up being a do-or-die match that will determine whether the USA team qualifies for the 2018 FIFA World Cup.

The match will not be available on ESPN or FOX Sports. The English-language broadcast of the game will be on beIN SPORTS while NBC’s Universo will broadcast the game to Spanish-language viewers.

Before the United States faces Trinidad and Tobago, Bruce Arena’s team will play Panama in a crucial game next Friday. That match will be shown live on ESPN2 and Univision Deportes.

SEE MORE: Schedule of World Cup qualifiers on US TV and streaming

It looks likely that the US Men’s National Team will need to get as many as four points or even six points from the final two games in order to qualify for next summer’s World Cup. It’s also important to note that the US needs to beat Panama next Friday in order to avoid playing a World Cup qualification playoff match against Syria or Australia.

The last time the United States had an important World Cup qualifier that was televised on beIN SPORTS was against Honduras earlier this month. In that game, the broadcast averaged 256,000 viewers on beIN SPORTS while Universo netted 275,000 viewers.

beIN SPORTS is in 22.6 million homes in the United States.

If your TV provider doesn’t offer beIN SPORTS or Universo, you can watch the game for free with a trial to any of the following legal streaming services (US only).

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15 Comments

15 Comments

  1. MentirosTSE

    October 4, 2017 at 7:43 pm

    There is no hate for Carlos Bocanegra, the hate is for you coming on here spouting your nonsense pretending you’re an insider and know him and Katy Riley and Brittany Arnold and turner budgets and PL productions travel costs and the other nonsense you spew, when you don’t know any of that and are just a weirdo.

    • Oliver Tse

      October 5, 2017 at 4:45 pm

      I never pretend to be an “insider”. Not once in 25 years.

      My observations have always been made as an OUTSIDER.

      You trolls have been doing slapping this “insider” nonsense label on me for 25 years because your lives are so pathetic to the point that your only purpose in life is to troll a nobody.

  2. Hot Karl

    October 1, 2017 at 8:58 am

    If a nation fails to qualify and it’s on Bein, does anyone notice?

    Seriously though, how much can these associations being looking to fetch for TV rights? SUM should be acquiring at least the non-Mexico rights solely to keep USMNT away games on ESPN or Fox (and Univision). Casual fans can not watch what they don’t know about/don’t come across.

  3. Oliver Tse

    October 1, 2017 at 1:56 am

    Why is there so much hate for Carlos Bocanegra? Because he lives in Atlanta so that he is a lock for multiple TV gigs?

    Every time I post something with the name Carlos Bocanegra, the haters come out of the woodwork.

    Get used to seeing Bocanegra on your TV. He is a LOCK for UEFA on truTV and he will be getting reps on beIN Sports USA because bein host Kevin Egan also works for Atlanta United as a fill-in pxp man when Alan Green is not available.

  4. Oliver Tse

    October 1, 2017 at 1:55 am

    Why is there so much hate for Carlos Bocanegra? Because he lives in Atlanta so that he is a lock for multiple TV gigs?

    Every time I post something with the name Bocanegra, the haters come out of the woodwork.

    Get used to seeing Bocanegra on your TV. He is a LOCK for UEFA on truTV and he will be getting reps on beIN Sports USA because bein host Kevin Egan also works for Atlanta United as a fill-in pxp man when Alan Green is not available.

    • The Auditor

      October 4, 2017 at 12:58 pm

      Scanned this post multiple times. Precisely ZERO people have commented on Carlos Bocanegra.

  5. Jack S.

    September 30, 2017 at 10:00 pm

    I don’t understand why one of the bigger (more accessible) networks won’t pick this up?

    I’m getting tired of signing up for these streaming services whose backends aren’t robust enough to handle the load of a live audience. If the USMNT’s chances of going to the WC are dependent upon the outcome of this match, I’d be really impressed if the streaming services can keep up with the demand.

    • The Truth

      October 1, 2017 at 12:51 am

      Just use Youtube TV. It’s the best streaming quality on the market, as Youtube knows what they are doing when it comes to streaming. The only thing is they don’t have BEIN Sports, but you can watch the game in Spanish on Universo.

  6. Oliver Tse

    September 30, 2017 at 2:33 am

    More Carlos Bocanegra on beIN Sports USA for sure. Let’s see if Jimmy Conrad will be invited back as well.

    Ali Kreiger pulled an “Abby Wambach” on her last TV appearance as pundit during Honduras-USA. She was unprepared and she didn’t say anything of substance.

    Is beIN too cheap to hire Alex Morgan, who is also based in Orlando? One would think that Morgan would at least have something of substance to say.

    • francis

      September 30, 2017 at 2:52 am

      Morgan has that awful raspy voice

      • Oliver Tse

        October 3, 2017 at 6:01 pm

        On Sunday, Alex Morgan allegedly got drunk at a bar at EPCOT Center and was escorted off the property by the sheriff for trespassing.

        Keep this up and Morgan will throw away her opportunities after she hangs up her boots (the way Hope Solo wore out her welcome, and the way Abby Wambach self-destructed in 2016.)

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