USA vs Jamaica Live Stream: Online Viewing Info for 2014 World Cup Qualifier

Rob GoldbergFeatured ColumnistSeptember 7, 2012

TAMPA, FL - JUNE 08:  Midfielder Maurice Edu #7 of Team USA advances the ball against Team Antigua and Barbuda during the FIFA World Cup Qualifier Match at Raymond James Stadium on June 8, 2012 in Tampa, Florida.  (Photo by J. Meric/Getty Images)
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Team USA continues its qualifying for the 2014 World Cup with a road game against group foe Jamaica.

This is the first game in a home-and-home series between the two teams that could decide this round of qualifying in Concacaf. The United States and Jamaica are currently tied on top of a group with Guatemala and Antigua & Barbuda in which only two advance.

You do not want to miss the action that can help define the next two years for the national team.


When: September 7, 8 p.m. ET

Where: National Stadium; Kingston, Jamaica

TV: beIn Sport

Online Viewing Info

BeIn Sport earned the coverage rights to all of team USA's road games during this round of qualifying. Therefore, the only legal way to watch the game online is through their service.

The channel is available to all Xfinity customers through television, online or mobile devices. Those who have DIRECTV or DISH will also be able to view the game in their homes.


U.S. Player to Watch: Clint Dempsey

After a tumultuous EPL offseason, Clint Dempsey is now off the Fulham roster and playing with Tottenham. This should remove the biggest distraction for the veteran player and allow him to focus on the national team.

This is important because Dempsey is one of the best scorers in the world and certainly the best on the team. The United States needs his offense to compete with the better teams in Concacaf and the world.


Jamaica Player to Watch: Ryan Johnson

Johnson knows the American game well as he has played in the MLS since 2006. He has bounced around the league and currently plays for Toronto FC, but he has been a solid force for Jamaica for years.

He is a bit of an inconsistent scorer, but the team needs him to step up like he did against Guatemala when his goal was the difference in a 2-1 match. If he can get himself free up front, he has the ability to finish as well as anyone on the pitch.