Japan U23 vs Mexico U23: times, TV and how to watch online
All the information you need on how and where to watch Japan U23 take on Mexico U23 in the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games soccer tournament on Sunday.
Both host nation Japan and Mexico come into Sunday's Saitama group A clash on the back of a winning start at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Mexico were impressive in their 4-1 win over France as Japan saw off South Africa with a solitary goal from Take Kubo enough for the 'Blue Samurai' to start with maximum points.
Speaking after the Japan win, head coach Moriyasu stated: "although we struggled to find ways to score a goal, the players showcased great patience to book a win, we will need to keep our cool and continue to play with composure in our upcoming matches.
What time does Japan-Mexico kick off?
The Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games soccer match between Japan and Mexico will kick off at the Saitama Stadium, on Sunday 25 July 2021 at 7:00 am EDT and 4:00 am PDT.
That’s 13:00 am CEST and 12:00 am UK time.
Find out what time Japain-Mexico starts if you’re elsewhere in the world.
Where can I watch Japan-Mexico in the US and UK?
In the US and UK, the following television channels and online services will be broadcasting the Japan-Mexico match:
US: Telemundo Deportes En Vivo, NBCOlympics.com, USA Network, NBC Sports App, Telemundo.
UK: EuroSport Player UK, BBC Red Button, EuroSport 1 UK, discovery+.
Japan-Mexico: live AS English coverage
You’ll also be able to follow live-text coverage of Japan-Mexico right here at AS English. We'll be building up to the game from about an hour ahead of kick-off, before taking you through the action as it unfolds.
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