The United States will play their first game of 2016 on Sunday. The match starts a big year for the team, as they conclude the semifinal round of World Cup qualifying, begin the Hex and have Copa America in the summer, so they will be looking to get a win to begin things.
Neither the U.S. nor Iceland will be fielding their best teams. Because the match does not fall on a FIFA international date, clubs did not have to release players for the match. Both teams were only allowed to choose from domestic players, so they're very weak teams and, on top of that, Jurgen Klinsmann is trying to get his U-23 team experience ahead of their Olympic qualifying playoff so the Americans have youth teamers too.
The match kicks off at 4 p.m. ET and will be televised live by ESPN2. Adrian Healey and Taylor Twellman will have the call, with Monica Gonzalez as the sideline reporter. There is no pre-game or post-game show.
UniMas will handle the Spanish-language broadcast, while Watch ESPN will have authenticated streaming on all devices.
Match date/time: Sunday, 4 p.m. ET
Venue: StubHub Center, Carson, CA
TV: ESPN2 (English), UniMas (Spanish)
Streaming: Watch ESPN