The Guardian’s US soccer coverage is delivered to your device and is available via multiple providers, including Apple, Amazon and Google Play.
Here are some things to know about our coverage.
What is the Guardian US soccer app?
The Guardian US Soccer app is a free, app-based, live stream of US men and women’s matches across the globe.
The app is available for iOS and Android.
What does it look like?
The app features full-screen, 4K live streams and a variety of features, including an interactive scorecard and the ability to add friends and create your own fantasy team.
What platforms does it work on?
Android The app can be downloaded for free on Android phones.
You can also access the app on a range of mobile devices including tablets, Apple TV, Apple Watch and Roku players.
Apple iOS The app has a variety (including the first two seasons of the World Cup, which were released in 2015 and 2016) of other content available via the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store.
The Guardian has a partnership with Apple on its US app and has used the App Store to release the app for iOS devices.
You’ll need an Apple TV to access the Guardian app on iOS devices and the Guardian has not officially confirmed if this will be a permanent app release.
Amazon The Guardian Guardian is available from Amazon.com.
The US version of the app is $9.99 per month.
The Amazon version includes a full-season subscription to watch all US soccer games, which costs $9 a month, and includes a free season pass.
What happens if the app doesn’t load?
If the Guardian doesn’t find the game you’re interested in, the app will prompt you to select a match, and the player’s name will appear in the center of the screen.
If the app crashes, try again later.
If you have a device running Android 4.4 KitKat or newer, try launching the app from an alternate location.
If your device is running older versions of Android, try reinstalling the app.
Google Play The Guardian app can also be accessed on Google Play through the Google Assistant.
You will need an Android device with Android 4 or higher.
Google is also the only platform that will offer full-on access to the Guardian Soccer app.
How do I watch US men vs. Germany?
The US men face Germany in a friendly on Wednesday, April 14.
Here’s how to watch the match live.
Watch US men v.
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