USA will take on Nigeria in a soccer international friendly match on Saturday, June 7.
Kick-off time is 6:00 p.m. EDT at EverBank Field in Jacksonville, Florida.
The game will be broadcast on ESPN3, UniMás, and Univision Deportes in the United States.
The game will also air on Fox Sports Cono Sur in Argentina, Bolivia, Uruguay, and in most South American countries.
Live stream is available on Watch ESPN for subscribers.
Team USA are in excellent form heading into their final pre-World Cup friendly match against Nigeria.
Jurgen Klinsmann’s men beat Turkey 2-1 and Azerbaijan 2-0 over the last two weeks, and will hope for a good result against Nigeria to build some momentum.
USA have been drawn in a “Group of Death” with Germany, Portugal, and Ghana in Group G, and will need all the luck they can get in order to progress to the knock-out rounds.
Indeed, its Nigeria who has the better chance of making it to the next stage in the tournament.
The Super Eagles have been drawn with Argentina, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Iran in Group F, and will fancy their chances of beating at least Bosnia and Herzegovina and Iran.
Coach Stephen Keshi is looking to get a positive result and improve over his side’s 0-0 draw with Greece on Tuesday.
“In friendlies you can correct your mistakes but in a tournament it can cost us dearly,” said Keshi.
“So we’ll see how it goes in the next game because that is another chance to improve on this performance.”
Nigeria could have to cope without Uwa Elderson Echiejile though, as the left-back suffered a hamstring injury in the clash with Greece.