Sunday is another big day in the 2011 Women's World Cup, with a blockbuster matchup between Brazil and the USA headlining the action. Two quarterfinal games are set to get underway, closing out the round of eight in the Women's World Cup. Because of a loss to Sweden on Wednesday, the United States finds itself matched up against a dangerous Brazilian squad, with the loser sent home, eliminated in the first stage of the knockout round.
It's a big day for Hope Solo and the US Women's National Team, along with the supporters following the team. To get primed for the big game, here's the basic information, including the start time and best ways to watch it.
Start time: The USA and Brazil take the field in Germany early on Sunday morning, at least here on the West Coast. The matchup is the second game of the day, following Australia and Sweden, with kickoff set for 8:30 a.m PDT.
TV information: As has been the case throughout the 2011 Women's World Cup, ESPN will broadcast both of Sunday's quarterfinals. The first matchup of the day, Australia vs. Sweden, is set for 4 a.m. PDT, with the US set to take the field at 8:30 a.m.
Online stream: Unable to get to a TV for Sunday's game? One of the few without ESPN? Head over to ESPN3.com for a stream of the game. ESPN3 has broadcast every game of the Women's World Cup, providing an excellent viewing option online.