This Sunday, the US women's soccer team goes head to head with Japan in the final match of the 2011 Women's World Cup final. If you won't be in front of your TV for all the action, there are a few ways you can watch live coverage online and on the go starting at 2 p.m. EDT. Check out our list below!
- WatchESPN (Free) — This app is perfect for iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad users who will be on the road during the game. Using WiFi or a 3G signal, you can watch the game live from the app if you're already an ESPN or Verizon high speed subscriber.
- ESPNRadio ($3) — Listen to the game live on the ESPN Radio app on your iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad, or tune in to the ESPN Radio stations on Sirius/XM.
- FIFA.com — The official FIFA website will be covering the game, offering up live scores, play-by-plays, instant replays, and more news.
- ESPN3 — ESPN3 will be broadcasting the match live on its website for select subscribers. Click the "Watch Now" button on the top right-hand corner, and find your provider to tune in!