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USWNT vs. China, 2023 Friendly: Time, TV schedule, streaming and lineups

One more time.

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China v USWNT Photo by Brad Smith/ISI Photos/USSF/Getty Images for USSF

The United States Women’s National Team will take the field for the final time in 2023 tomorrow night when they take on China in Frisco, Texas. The USWNT took care of business against China in their first match on Saturday, winning 3-0 down in Fort Lauderdale. Now, they hope to close out the year with another solid performance.

Despite the number of players in camp trying to make an impression, the goals on Saturday came from 3 members of the 2023 Women’s World Cup team: Sophia Smith, Lindsey Horan, and Trinity Rodman. As this is the final camp before the 2024 W Gold Cup, the newer faces, along with those we haven’t seen on the national team in a while, will have one final chance to show interim coach Twila Kilgore and permanent coach Emma Hayes that they are the ones that should be invited to California for that tournament in February.

That leaves one final match against China, in which USWNT legend Ali Krieger will be honored before the match for her incredible career and it gives the fans one last chance to see this team before the holidays. The hope is that they can once again put a complete match together and end the year with a win.

Lineups

United States lineup:

China lineup: 12-Xu Huan, 2-Li Mengwen, 8-Yao Wei, 9-Shen Mengyu, 17-Yan Jinjin, 18-Shen Menglu, 19-Zhang Linyan, 23-Tang Jiali, 24-Jin Kun, 25-Wang Siqian, 27-Huo Yuexin

How to Watch

Advertised Kick-off Time: 8:00pm Eastern, 5:00pm Pacific

Venue: Toyota Stadium, Frisco

Available TV: Tru TV (English), Telemundo (Spanish), Universo (Spanish)

Available Streaming: Max (English), Peacock (Spanish), FuboTV (Free Trial)

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