The Team USA vs. The World game to be played at Westlake High School Stadium in Austin, Texas, on Wednesday, February 2, will be available to an international audience through a live webcast.
When the 45-player roster selected by the International Federation of American Football (IFAF) takes on the U.S. Under 19 National Team, assembled by USA Football, fans around the world can tune in through USA Today online partner http://www.highschoolsports.net.

The game kicks off at 7.30pm U.S. Central time, meaning the game will be available live at the following local times in countries represented by players and coaches on the World Team roster:

City, Country

Local Time

Day

Austin, TX, USA

7.30pm

Wednesday, February 2

Pago Pago, American Samoa

2.30pm

Wednesday, February 2

Sydney, Australia

12.30pm

Thursday, February 3

Vienna, Austria

2am

Thursday, February 3

Toronto, Canada

8.30pm

Wednesday, February 2

Winnipeg, Canada

7.30pm

Wednesday, February 2

Edmonton, Canada

6.30pm

Wednesday, February 2

Vancouver, Canada

5.30pm

Wednesday, February 2

Helsinki, Finland

3am

Thursday, February 3

Paris, France

2am

Thursday, February 3

Berlin, Germany

2am

Thursday, February 3

Tokyo, Japan

10.30am

Thursday, February 3

Mexico City, Mexico

7.30pm

Wednesday, February 2

Stockholm, Sweden

2am

Thursday, February 3

 

Led by University of Western Ontario Mustangs head coach GREG MARSHALL, the World team features players from American Samoa, Austria, Canada, Finland, Germany, Japan, Mexico and Sweden.  Team USA is coached by Austin Westlake High School head coach DARREN ALLMAN.
The World Team will hold nine practices, including four days of two-a-day practices beginning on Friday, January 28, at 10am, which will all be held at the Westlake High School Stadium.  On Saturday, January 29, the World Team will meet their Team USA opponents for the first time when players and coaches attend a Welcome Dinner at the Austin Marriot-South hotel.

The second annual game will kickoff at 7.30pm CT at Austin Westlake High School Stadium. Tickets cost $8 and are available at www.USAvWorld.com

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