USMNT U-20 vs Dominican Republic: Concacaf U20 Championship Prediction, TV Channel, How to Watch Online

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After already qualifying for the 2023 U-20 World Cup in Indonesia and the 2024 Summer Olympics in Paris, the United States can complete the Triumph by beating the Dominican Republic to advance to the Concacaf U-20 Championship on Sunday night. Won the title. The United States has won the tournament without conceding a goal in its last four matches, while it has scored 13 goals on its own. It is an impressive achievement that some of the players who are eligible for this tournament, such as Gabriel Salonina, are not with the team.

The United States has become the only country to have qualified for the last five U-20 World Cups, and could include New Zealand and Uruguay.

Here are our stories, how you can watch the match and more:

Viewing methods and difficulties

  • History: Sunday, July 3 | Time: 8:00 pm ET
  • Location: Metropolitan Olympic Stadium – San Pedro Sola, Honduras
  • Television: FS1 | Live Stream: fuboTV (Try free)


United States: Quinn Sullivan and Paxton Aronson have stepped up their attack on the United States, but it is a group effort in which 12 players are still trailing behind the net in the tournament. Sullivan’s six goals are tied with Honduras’ Marco Acetono for the Golden Boot’s lead. All the pressure is on the United States because they want to win their third consecutive Concacaf U-20 title, and there’s no reason to believe they won’t, facing a team that one would expect. It was not until now that he would win.

Dominican Republic: The Dominican Republic won the penalty shootout against Guatemala to get here, but it is a team that has a little bit of everything. There was a thrilling nine-goal win over El Salvador before a 1-0 victory over Jamaica in the quarter-finals. This will give the team confidence that no matter how the game starts against the United States, they will not be out of it in any sense of the term.


Angel Montes will break the U.S. shutout streak by finding the back of the Ocanet, but it won’t be enough for the Dominican Republic to see the deeper American side. Choose: United States 3, Dominican Republic 1.