La Liga schedule 2021-22, standings, odds


With Lionel Messi gone, La Liga’s season has a very different feel. And there are new teams battling Real Madrid for the top.

The campaign will run deep into May, when Real Madrid and Barcelona will hope to dethrone Atletico Madrid to reclaim La Liga bragging rights.

However, the likes of Real Sociedad and Sevilla are looking to push the powerhouses all the way after strong 2020-21 seasons, while Real Betis and Rayo Vallecano are above both Atleti and Barca on the table at the winter break

Below you’ll see all of La Liga’s results plus the next few weeks of fixtures and the season’s notable derbies including El Clasico.

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Below is the full La Liga table and schedule.

La Liga 2021-22 standings

La Liga standings

La Liga 2021-22 schedule

Matchday 1 — Aug. 13-16

Valencia 1-0 Mallorca
Mallorca 1-1 Real Betis
Cadiz 1-1 Levante
Alaves 1-4 Real Madrid
Osasuna 0-0 Espanyol
Celta Vigo 1-2 Atletico Madrid
Barcelona 4-2 Real Sociedad
Sevilla 3-0 Rayo Vallecano
Villarreal 0-0 Granada
Elche 0-0 Athletic Bilbao

Matchday 2 — Aug. 20-23

Real Betis 1-1 Cadiz
Alaves 0-1 Mallorca
Granada 1-1 Valencia
Espanyol 0-0 Villarreal
Athletic Bilbao 1-1 Barcelona
Real Sociedad 1-0 Rayo Vallecano
Atletico Madrid 1-0 Elche
Levante 3-3 Real Madrid
Getafe 0-1 Sevilla
Osasuna 0-0 Celta Vigo

Matchday 3 — Aug. 27-29

Mallorca 1-0 Espanyol
Valencia 3-0 Alaves
Celta Vigo 0-1 Athletic Bilbao
Elche 1-1 Sevilla
Real Sociedad 1-0 Levante
Real Betis 0-1 Real Madrid
Barcelona 2-1 Getafe
Rayo Vallecano 4-0 Granada
Cadiz 2-3 Osasuna
Atletico Madrid 2-2 Villarreal

Matchday 4 — Sept. 11-13

Levante 1-1 Rayo Vallecano
Athletic Bilbao 2-0 Mallorca
Espanyol 1-2 Atletico Madrid
Osasuna 1-4 Valencia
Cadiz 0-2 Real Sociedad
Real Madrid 5-2 Celta Vigo
Getafe vs Elche — 2pm ET Monday
Granada vs Real Betis — 4pm ET Monday

Matchday 5 — Sept. 17-20

Celta Vigo 1-2 Cadiz
Rayo Vallecano 3-0 Getafe
Atletico Madrid 0-0 Athletic Bilbao
Elche 1-1 Levante
Alaves 0-2 Osasuna
Mallorca 0-0 Villarreal
Real Sociedasd 0-0 Sevilla
Real Betis 2-2 Espanyol
Valencia 1-2 Real Madrid
Barcelona 1-1 Granada

Matchday 6 — Sept. 21-23

Getafe 1-2 Atletico Madrid
Athletic Bilbao 1-2 Rayo Vallecano
Levante 0-2 Celta Vigo
Espanyol 1-0 Alaves
Sevilla 3-1 Valencia
Villarreal 4-1 Elche
Real Madrid 6-1 Mallorca
Granada 2-3 Real Sociedad
Osasuna 1-3 Real Betis
Cadiz 0-0 Barcelona

Matchday 7 — Sept. 25-27

Alaves 1-0 Atletico Madrid
Valencia 1-1 Athletic Bilbao
Sevilla 2-0 Espanyol
Real Madrid 0-0 Villarreal
Mallorca 2-3 Osasuna
Barcelona 3-0 Levante
Rayo Vallecano 3-1 Cadiz
Real Sociedad 1-0 Elche
Real Betis 2-0 Getafe
Celta Vigo 1-0 Granada

Matchday 8 — Oct. 2-4

Villarreal 2-0 Real Betis
Getafe 1-1 Real Sociedad
Osasuna 1-0 Rayo Vallecano
Elche 1-0 Celta Vigo
Mallorca 1-0 Levante
Cadiz 0-0 Valencia
Atletico Madrid 2-0 Barcelona
Espanyol 2-1 Real Madrid
Athletic Bilbao 1-0 Alaves
Granada vs Sevilla — 3pm ET Sunday

Matchday 9 — Oct. 16-18

Real Sociedad 1-0 Mallorca
Real Madrid vs Athletic Bilbao – postponed to Dec. 1
Granada vs Atletico Madrid – postponed
Rayo Vallecano 2-1 Elche
Celta Vigo 0-1 Sevilla
Villarreal 1-2 Osasuna
Levante 0-0 Getafe
Barcelona 3-1 Valencia
Alaves 0-1 Real Betis
Espanyol 2-0 Cadiz

Matchday 10 — Oct. 22-25

Osasuna 1-1 Granada
Valencia 2-2 Mallorca
Cadiz 0-2 Alaves
Elche 2-2 Espanyol
Athletic Bilbao 2-1 Villarreal
Sevilla 5-3 Levante
Barcelona 2-1 Real Madrid — RECAP, ANALYSIS
Real Betis 3-2 Rayo Vallecano
Atletico Madrid 2-2 Real Sociedad
Getafe 0-3 Celta Vigo

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Matchday 11 — Oct. 26-28

Alaves 1-0 Elche
Espanyol 1-1 Athletic Bilbao
Villarreal 3-3 Cadiz
Rayo Vallecano 1-0 Barcelona
Mallorca 1-1 Sevilla
Real Betis 4-1 Valencia
Real Madrid 0-0 Osasuna
Celta Vigo 0-2 Real Sociedad
Granada 1-1 Getafe
Levante 2-2 Atletico Madrid

Matchday 12 — Oct. 30-Nov.1

Elche 1-2 Real Madrid
Sevilla 2-0 Osasuna
Valencia 2-0 Villarreal
Barcelona 1-1 Alaves
Cadiz 1-1 Mallorca
Atletico Madrid 3-0 Real Betis
Getafe 2-1 Espanyol
Real Sociedad 1-1 Athletic Bilbao
Rayo Vallecano 0-0 Celta Vigo
Levante 0-3 Granada

Matchday 13 — Nov.5-7

Elche 1-2 Real Madrid

Matchday 12 — Nov. 19-22

Levante 0-0 Athletic Bilbao
Celta Vigo 1-1 Villarreal
Sevilla 2-2 Alaves
Atletico Madrid 1-0 Osasuna
Barcelona 1-0 Espanyol
Getafe 4-0 Cadiz
Granada 1-4 Real Madrid
Elche 0-3 Real Betis
Real Sociedad 0-0 Valencia
Rayo Vallecano 3-1 Mallorca

Matchday 12 — Nov.26-29

Athletic Bilbao 2-2 Granada
Alaves 1-2 Celta Vigo
Valencia 1-1 Rayo Vallecano
Mallorca 0-0 Getafe
Villarreal 1-3 Barcelona
Real Betis 3-1 Levante
Espanyol 1-0 Real Sociedad
Cadiz 1-4 Atletico Madrid
Real Madrid 2-1 Sevilla
Osasuna 1-1 Elche

Matchday 9 — Dec. 1

Real Madrid 1-0 Athletic Bilbao

Matchday 16 — Dec. 3-6

Granada 2-1 Alaves
Sevilla 1-0 Villarreal
Barcelona 0-1 Real Betis
Atletico Madrid 1-2 Mallorca
Real Sociedad 0-2 Real Madrid
Rayo Vallecano 1-0 Espanyol
Elche 3-1 Cadiz
Levante 0-0 Osasuna
Celta Vigo 1-2 Valencia
Getafe 0-0 Athletic Bilbao

Matchday 17 — Dec. 10-13

Mallorca 0-0 Celta Vigo
Espanyol 4-3 Levante
Alaves 1-1 Getafe
Valencia 2-1 Elche
Athletic Bilbao 0-1 Sevilla
Villarreal 2-0 Rayo Vallecano
Osasuna 2-2 Barcelona
Real Betis 4-0 Real Sociedad
Real Madrid 2-0 Atletico Madrid
Cadiz 1-1 Granada

Matchday 18 — Dec. 19

Granada 4-1 Mallorca
Real Madrid 0-0 Cadiz
Barcelona 3-2 Elche
Levante 3-4 Valencia
Real Sociedad 1-3 Villarreal
Rayo Vallecano 2-0 Alaves
Athletic Bilbao 3-2 Real Betis
Sevilla 2-1 Atletico Madrid
Getafe 1-0 Osasuna
Celta Vigo 3-1 Espanyol

Matchday 4 — Dec. 21

Villarreal 5-2 Alaves
Sevilla 1-1 Barcelona

Matchday 9 — Dec. 22

Granada 2-1 Atletico Madrid

Matchday 21 — Dec. 22

Athletic Bilbao 1-2 Real Madrid

Matchday 19 — Dec. 31-Jan. 3

Valencia 1-2 Espanyol
Getafe 1-0 Real Madrid
Atletico Madrid 2-0 Rayo Vallecano
Elche 0-0 Granada
Real Betis 0-2 Celta Vigo
Alaves 1-1 Real Sociedad
Mallorca 0-1 Barcelona
Villarreal 5-0 Levante
Osasuna 1-3 Athletic Bilbao
Cadiz 0-1 Sevilla

Matchday 20 — Jan.8-10

Levante 2-0 Mallorca
Real Sociedad 1-0 Celta Vigo
Granada 1-1 Barcelona
Real Madrid 4-1 Valencia
Rayo Vallecano 1-1 Real Betis
Sevilla 1-0 Getafe
Alaves 0-0 Athletic Bilbao
Osasuna 2-0 Cadiz
Villarreal 2-2 Atletico Madrid
Espanyol 1-2 Elche

Matchday 21 — Jan. 16-20

Elche 1-0 Villarreal
Real Betis 4-0 Alaves
Cadiz 2-2 Espanyol
Celta Vigo 2-0 Osasuna
Valencia 1-1 Sevilla
Getafe 4-2 Granada

Matchday 22 — Jan. 21-23

Espanyol 1-4 Real Betis
Levante 0-2 Cadiz
Villarreal 3-0 Mallorca
Sevilla 2-2 Celta Vigo
Atletico Madrid 3-2 Valencia
Granada 0-2 Osasuna
Real Madrid 2-2 Elche
Real Sociedad 0-0 Getafe
Rayo Vallecano 0-1 Athletic Bilbao
Alaves 0-1 Barcelona

Matchday 23 — Feb. 4-7

Getafe vs Levante — — 3pm ET Feb. 4
Elche vs Alaves — 8am ET Feb. 5
Mallorca vs Cadiz — 10:15am ET Feb. 5
Celta Vigo vs Rayo Vallecano — 12:30pm ET Feb. 5
Osasuna vs Sevilla — 3pm ET Feb. 5
Valencia vs Real Sociedad — 8am ET Feb. 6
Barcelona vs Atletico Madrid — 10:15am ET Feb. 6
Real Betis vs Villarreal — 12:30pm ET Feb. 6
Real Madrid vs Granada — 3pm ET Feb. 6
Athletic Bilbao vs Espanyol — 3pm ET Feb. 7

Matchday 23 — Feb. 11=14

Sevilla vs Elche– — 3pm ET Feb. 11
Cadiz vs Celta Vigo — 8am ET Feb.12
Villarreal vs Real Madrid — 10:15am ET Feb. 12
Rayo Vallecano vs Osasuna– 12:30pm ET Feb. 12
Atletico Madrid vs Getafe — 3pm ET Feb. 12
Alaves vs Valencia — 8am ET Feb.13
Levante vs Real Betis — 10:15am ET Feb. 13
Real Sociedad vs Granada– 12:30pm ET Feb. 13
Espanyol vs Barcelona — 3pm ET Feb. 13
Mallorca vs Athletic Bilbao — 3pm ET Feb. 14

Madrid derbies

Real Madrid 2-0 Atletico Madrid
Atletico Madrid v Real Madrid — May 8, 2022

El Clasico

Barcelona 1-2 Real Madrid
Real Madrid v Barcelona — March 20, 2022

El Gran Derbi

Real Betis 0-2 Sevilla
Sevilla v Real Betis — Feb. 27, 2022

Basque derbies

Real Sociedad 1-1 Athletic Bilbao
Athletic Bilbao v Real Sociedad — Feb. 20, 2022

Barcelona derbies

Barcelona 1-0 Espanyol
Espanyol v Barcelona — Feb. 13, 2022

EURO 2024 qualification live! EURO qualifiers schedule, updates, standings


EURO 2024 qualifying is here, and you’re in the right spot for groups, fixtures, and results.

Italy outlasted England in penalty kicks to win EURO 2020 and is bidding to become the first repeat winner since Spain in 2008 and 2012.

[ MORE: Breaking down Premier League title race ]

England is still seeking its first European Championship and will be favored to emerge from Group C with aforementioned Italy as well as Ukraine, North Macedonia, and Malta.

Gareth Southgate’s Three Lions started off 2024 qualifying well as Harry Kane snapped a tie with Wayne Rooney atop England’s all-time goals list with a 2-1 win in Italy, the nation’s first in the country since 1961, and then Bukayo Saka led the Three Lions to a 2-0 win over Ukraine on Sunday.

Netherlands and France are also in a spicy group that has dark horse Republic of Ireland and former champions Greece, as well as Gibraltar.

[ MORE: Live scores, updates, standings from EURO 2024 qualifying ]

A number of nations have guaranteed themselves no worse than a playoff spot due to their performances in the UEFA Nations League: Netherlands, Greece, Italy, Spain, Scotland, Georgia, Croatia, Turkey, Serbia, Kazakhstan.

EURO 2024 qualifying schedule

Thursday, March 23

Kazakhstan 1-2 Slovenia
Slovakia 0-0 Luxembourg
Italy 1-2 England – Video, player ratings as Kane breaks Rooney record
Denmark 3-1 Finland
Portugal 4-0 Liechtenstein
San Marino 0-2 Northern Ireland
North Macedonia 2-1 Malta
Bosnia and Herzegovina 3-0 Iceland

Friday, March 24

Bulgaria 0-1 Montenegro
Gibraltar 0-3 Greece
Moldova 1-1 Faroe Islands
Serbia 2-0 Lithuania
Austria 4-1 Azerbaijan
Sweden 0-3 Belgium
Czech Republic 3-1 Poland
France 4-0 Netherlands

Saturday, March 25

Scotland 3-0 Cyprus
Israel 1-1 Kosovo
Armenia 1-2 Turkey
Belarus 0-5 Switzerland
Spain 3-0 Norway
Croatia 1-0 Wales
Andorra 0-2 Romania

Sunday, March 26

Kazakhstan 3-2 Denmark
England 2-0 Ukraine — Video, player ratings as Saka leads Three Lions
Liechtenstein 0-7 Iceland
Slovenia 2-0 San Marino
Slovakia vs Bosnia and Herzegovina — 2:45pm ET
Northern Ireland vs Finland — 2:45pm ET
Luxembourg vs Portugal — 2:45pm ET
Malta vs Italy — 2:45pm ET

Monday, March 27

Montenegro vs Serbia — 2:45pm ET
Netherlands vs Gibraltar — 2:45pm ET
Poland vs Albania — 2:45pm ET
Austria vs Estonia — 2:45pm ET
Sweden vs Azerbaijan — 2:45pm ET
Moldova vs Czech Republic — 2:45pm ET
Hungary vs Bulgaria — 2:45pm ET
Republic of Ireland vs France — 2:45pm ET

Tuesday, March 28

Georgia vs Norway — Noon ET
Wales vs Latvia — 2:45pm ET
Romania vs Belarus — 2:45pm ET
Switzerland vs Israel — 2:45pm ET
Kosovo vs Andorra — 2:45pm ET
Turkey vs Croatia — 2:45pm ET
Scotland vs Spain — 2:45pm ET

EURO 2024 qualifying standings

Group A

Spain — 3 pts, +3 GD
Scotland — 3 pts, +3GD
Norway — 0 pts, -3 GD
Cyprus — 0 pts, -3 GD

Group B

France — 3pts, +4 GD
Greece — 3 pts, +3 GD
Republic of Ireland
Gibraltar — 0 pts, -3 GD
Netherlands — 0 pts, -4 GD

Group C

England — 6 pts, +3 GD
North Macedonia — 3 pts, +1 GD
Malta — 0 pts, -1 GD
Italy — 0 pts, -1 GD
Ukraine — 0 pts, -2 GD

Group D

Turkey — 3 pts, +1 GD
Wales — 1 pt, 0 GD
Croatia — 1 pt, 0 GD
Armenia — 0 pts, -1 GD

Group E

Czech Republic — 3 pts, +2 GD
Faroe Islands — 1 pt, 0 GD
Moldova — 1 pt, 0 GD
Poland — 0 pts, -2 GD

Group F

Austria — 3 pts, +3 GD
Belgium — 3 pts, + 3GD
Azerbaijan — 0 pts, -3 GD
Sweden — 0 pts, -3 GD

Group G

Serbia — 3 pts, +2 GD
Montenegro — 3 pts, +1 GD
Bulgaria — 0 pts, -1 GD
Lithuania — 0 pts, -2 GD

Group H

Slovenia — 6 pts, +3 GD
Northern Ireland — 3 pts, +2 GD
Denmark — 3 pts, +1 GD
Kazakhstan — 3 pts, 0 GD
Finland — 0 pts, -2 GD
San Marino — 0 pts, -4 GD

Group I

Switzerland — 3 pts, +5 GD
Romania — 3 pts, + 2 GD
Israel — 1 pt, 0 GD
Kosovo — 1 pt, 0 GD
Andorra — 0 pts, -2 GD
Belarus — 0 pts, -5 GD

Group J

Portugal — 3 pts, +4 GD
Iceland — 3 pts, +4 GD
Bosnia and Herzegovina — 3 pts, +3 GD
Slovakia — 1 pt, 0 GD
Liechtenstein — 1 pt, -7 GD
Luxembourg — 0 pts, -4 GD

Kevin Paredes scores spectacular goal as US U20s fall to England (video)


A day after the United States men’s national team pumped home seven goals against Grenada, Wolfsburg phenom Kevin Paredes showed them a bit of what could be in store for the program.

The U.S. U-20 men ultimately fell 4-2 to England in Marbella, Spain, on Saturday, but Paredes scored an acrobatic goal before cuing up an Owen Wolff finish to tantalize American fans.

[ MORE: Dual national Folarin Balogun meets with U.S. Soccer ]

Paredes, still a teenager until early May, made his U-20 debut going 68 minutes on Wednesday as the Baby Yanks were smacked 4-0 by France in a friendly.

He’d find the scoresheet twice via his goal and assist against England, however, and both showed off the technique and power that has USMNT fans tickled by the potential of the left-sided man.

Paredes’ goal is the stuff of wonder, a scissor kick goal to finish off a wonderful turnover-and-counter. He left DC United for Wolfsburg last season, making two appearances before really finding his footing this season.

Wolfsburg’s called his name 18 times this season, 16 of those coming in the Bundesliga, and Paredes has responded with a goal and two assists. He’s appeared in nine of Wolfsburg’s last 10 matches, missing once for illness.

Leeds’ Mateo Joseph scored a brace for Leeds, while Chelsea starlet Harvey Vale and Liverpool’s Jarell Quansah also bagged goals in the win.

The U.S. U-20s finish the international break with a friendly against Serbia on Tuesday.

Kevin Paredes goal video: Acrobatic finish pulls one back

Jack McGlynn forces a turnover and drives the 18 before laying off for Wolff.

The Austin FC kid’s cross is hammered home by Paredes with a scissor kick.

Owen Wolff backheel goal video: Kevin Paredes assist for 2-2

Paredes then turned provider for Wolff after the Baby Yanks drove the ball from the back through the midfield with Colorado Rapids product Darren Yapi helping it along to Hajduk Split phenom Rokas Pukstas.

Pukstas, 18 and a squad regular, found the Wolfsburg man on the right. Paredes then dribbled inside from the right, finding Wolff for an improvised backheel finish.

Bukayo Saka leads England to easy win vs Ukraine in EURO qualifying


Bukayo Saka scored a goal and set up Harry Kane for another as England beat Ukraine 2-0 in a UEFA EURO 2024 qualifier at Wembley Stadium in London on Sunday.

That gives England six points from six to start qualifying and Ukraine barely got a sniff of goal after an early chance didn’t go its way. The Three Lions out-attempted Ukraine 18-3 and led the xG battle 2.05-0.12.

England was without Phil Foden, who had his appendix removed, and several others but was minimally troubled over 90 minutes.

[ LIVE: EURO 2024 qualifying scores – England vs Ukraine ]

It was an extremely emotional atmosphere in London as the war rages on across Ukraine following the Russia invasion just over a year ago. The English Football Association gave away close to 1,000 free tickets to Ukrainians who were forced to flee their country and resettle with families in the UK.

The United Kingdom have been one of Ukraine’s key partners in the fight against Russian forces. Over 4,200 Ukraine fans were estimated in the away end at Wembley. This match was Ukraine’s first of 2023, as they narrowly missed out on qualifying for the 2022 World Cup after losing to Wales in a playoff last summer.

[ MORE: Full EURO 2024 qualifying schedule, standings ]

England beat Italy 2-1 in Naples on Thursday as Harry Kane became their all-time leading goalscorer with his 54th goal for the Three Lions and they held on after going 2-0 up as Luke Shaw’s red card with 10 minutes to go complicated matters.

England vs Ukraine player ratings: Stars of the Show

Bukayo Saka

Ben Chilwell

Jordan Henderson

Georgiy Sudakov

England vs Ukraine player ratings

Harry Kane goal video: Saka cues up North London rival

Bukayo Saka goal video: Sensational curl makes it 2-0

How to watch England vs Ukraine live, stream link and start time

Kick off: 12pm ET, Sunday (March 26)
Updates: Via
Stadium: Wembley Stadium, London
Stream: Fubo

Key storylines, in-form players

The last time this nations met England ran out 4-0 winners in the quarterfinals of EURO 2020. They will be the heavy favorites in this game but Ukraine should not be underestimate as the No. 26 ranked team in the world have the likes of Oleksandr Zinchenko, Mykhailo Mudryk, and Vitalii Mykolenko all playing in the Premier League.

England’s forwards ran riot in the first half against Italy with Harry Kane and Bukayo Saka sensational, plus Jude Bellingham’s driving runs from midfield give this Three Lions side an extra dimension. There is more creativity and cutting edge about this England side compared to recent years and it feels like they are ready to win something. There will be a ceremony before this game to honor Harry Kane becoming England’s all-time goalscorer as he passed Wayne Rooney with his goal in Italy on Thursday.

England team news, lineup options

Luke Shaw will be suspended for this game after his red card in Italy, so Ben Chilwell comes in at left back. Jordan Henderson enters for Kalvin Phillips in midfield, while Phil Foden misses out after undergoing appendix surgery. Reece James is also out, but Jude Bellingham perseveres through an injury to start and James Maddison is also in the XI.

Ukraine team news, lineup options

Andriy Yarmolenko (three goals away from equalling Andriy Shevchenko as Ukraine’s all-time leading scorer) has been struggling with a hamstring injury and misses out, while Bournemouth’s Ilya Zabarnyi and Shakhtar’s Oleksandr Zubkov are both out. Roman Yaremchuk offesr real quality in up top while Arsenal’s Oleksandr Zinchenko is the heartbeat of this Ukraine side and Chelsea’s Mykhailo Mudryk will drive the left side in front of Everton’s Vitalii Mykolenko.

USMNT vs El Salvador: How to watch live, team news, updates


The USMNT host El Salvador in a winner-take-all CONCACAF Nations League Group D finale on Monday (7:30 pm ET), at Exploria Stadium in Orlando.

[ MORE: USMNT player ratings vs Grenada | Recap/highlights ]

The group winner will qualify for the finals (four teams) of the 2022-23 CONCACAF Nations League (June 15-18) as well as the 2023 Gold Cup (June 24-July 16). The group runners-up will also qualify for this summer’s Gold Cup.

Following their 7-1 thumping of Grenada on Friday, the USMNT is in good shape and interim head coach Anthony Hudson will likely rotate his first-choice back four back into the lineup.

[ MORE: Folarin Balogun to USMNT? “It’s something that will come to me”

Christian Pulisic, Brenden Aaronson, Weston McKennie, Gio Reyna and Ricardo Pepi all sparkled in the final third against Grenada and we could see Alex Zendejas and Daryl Dike from the start in Orlando.

Of course, Folarin Balogun is also expected to be watching on from the stands as intrigue grows around his possible switch from England to the USMNT to give the Americans another fine young attacking talent.

Here is everything you need for the USMNT vs El Salvador.

How to watch USMNT vs El Salvador live, stream link and start time

Kick off: 7:30pm ET
Stadium: Exploria Stadium – Orlando, Florida
TV in English: TNT
TV/streaming en Español: Universo/Peacock

[ LIVE: CONCACAF Nations League scores – USMNT vs El Salvador ]

USMNT squad

Goalkeepers (3): Ethan Horvath (Luton Town), Zack Steffen (Middlesbrough), Matt Turner (Arsenal)

Defenders (8): Sergino Dest (AC Milan), Mark McKenzie (Genk), Tim Ream (Fulham), Bryan Reynolds (Westerlo), Antonee Robinson (Fulham), Miles Robinson (Atlanta United), Joe Scally (Borussia Monchengladbach), Auston Trusty (Birmingham City)

Midfielders (7): Brenden Aaronson (Leeds United), Johnny Cardoso (Internacional), Luca de la Torre (Celta Vigo), Weston McKennie (Leeds United), Yunus Musah (Valencia), Alan Sonora (Juarez), Djordje Mihailovic (AZ Alkmaar)

Forwards (6): Taylor Booth (Utrecht), Daryl Dike (West Bromwich Albion), Ricardo Pepi (Groningen), Christian Pulisic (Chelsea), Gio Reyna (Borussia Dortmund), Alejandro Zendejas (Club America)