RE-See T0p Games in USNT History

By Sean McCaffery, March 23, 2020

They have already begun the fun, we shared the great game with Coasta Rica, the Snow Clasico yesterday and of course we shared it on #SoccerLongIslandMagazine, next up is Wed. 8 p.m. ET the USWNT win over Brazil to take the 2018 Tournament of Champions on the last day of play, well worth re-watching. These games are being shown over the digital platforms of USSF, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube &, and oh yes, one never knows it may wind up on our Facebook, #SoccerLongIslandMagazine.

All these games are part and parcel of the attempts of the Federation to ease the stress in these times of Corona, their tact is to help keep fans content and keep them connected to the NTs now and after the games return. More games are to be announced shortly. 

Neil Buthe, USSF Chief Comm. Officer told "During this difficult time when we are all doing our part to combat the spread of Covid-19, we want to provide fans the opportuinty to enjoy the best, most memorable achievements of the US National Teams. Our Women's & Men's National Teams have provided so many unforgettable moments over the years and through re-airing matches and sharing other signature content, we will help fans safely connect to relive those magic moments and more."

If you missed, you may re-watch it on our Facebook, or their platforms. There is live from last night a pre-game show with legendary broadcaster Bob Ley and a pair who know a bit about the USMNT, Alexi Lalas & Taylor Twellman. When the game was first broadcast, Ley served as anchor as another former USMNT player, Kasey Keller fill the same role as Taylor provided the color from a snowy Dicks Sporting Goods Park, CO. This was a big game in the Hex leading to the 2014 World Cup Qualifiers, the shuout win, 1-0 held the team on their way to Brazil and the 2014 World Cup.

As already mentioned on our Facebook, Wed. will have the USWNT and their attention grabbing win over Brazil in the 2018 Tournament of Nations, where the US relented an own goal necessitating a major come from behind vctory to take the tourney title.

Fox, a broadcasting partner will next show on Fox Deportes at 8p.m. ET the 2019 Women's World Cup Final.