The Team USA vs. ROC live stream is about to begin. Today’s Tokyo Olympics match, another round of pool play, comes just after the American side almost let a 2-0 advantage against Turkey get bled away, as the game went 25-19, 25-20 before 17-25, 20-25, followed by a decisive 15-12 win for Team USA.
That win kept Team USA tied in the Pool B standings, as Italy also stayed a perfect 3-0. Previous matches saw Team USA topple China (the defending champs) in straight sets, as well as Argentina. The USA women's volleyball team is seeking its first gold medal.
Team USA member Annie Drews, speaking about that comeback win, told the press "We work so hard to be a collective group of 12. And I really think that shows in these big moments. We take a big deep breath, we make eye contact and we play for each other."
The ROC (Russian Olympic Committee) volleyball team is 2-1 right now, having beaten China (3-2) and Argentina (3-0). Italy blanked them 3-0 in their first game.
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The Team USA Women's Volleyball team is ranked No. 1 in the world, so this kind of undefeated record is pretty much expected by many.
Of the services you will want for these games, Peacock will help you see highlights at night, while Sling TV and Fubo TV can help you catch games on tape-delay. Your login from the latter will help you watch the games live.
How to watch Team USA vs. ROC from anywhere in the world
The Olympics is a global event and can be viewed in almost every country on Earth. However, if you're not in your home country and can't watch Team USA vs. ROC with your usual services — or you want to watch in your native language — you're not out of luck.
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3. Sit back and enjoy the action. Head to your website or streaming service of choice and tune in.
How to watch Team USA vs. ROC live in the US
This one's going to be easy to watch live, at least in terms of the hour of play. The Team USA vs ROC live stream airs at 10:05 p.m. ET. Next, find your streaming/cable login, because NBCOlympics.com — the only place to watch this match live — requires one. NBCSN will have the 9:45 p.m. ET rebroadcast on Saturday night.
Of course, the nightly coverage on Peacock will likely include updates as well.
NBCSN is part of the $35 per month Sling TV Blue package, and Olympics-watchers will want the Blue package, which also has NBC. The Olympic Channel is also available as a $11 per month add-on.
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Fubo TV has NBC, USA, NBCSN and the Olympic Channel all its base $65 per month package. It's got a 7-day free trial so you don't need to pay up front. Fubo's dozens of channels include local networks like ABC. View Deal
How to watch Team USA vs. ROC live in the UK
To watch every event live, you'll want to subscribe to Discovery Plus, which is offering coverage of every event at Tokyo 2020; all of the Olympics volleyball games (including Team USA vs. ROC) will likely be on the service.
Discovery is currently offering a three-day free trial of the service, with full subscriptions available for £6.99/month or £29.99/year after that. Plus, the service is available to stream through a multitude of devices include Chromecast, Apple TV, Android TV and apps for iOS and Android.
The BBC iPlayer has been the go-to source for all Olympics coverage for those in the U.K., but things have changed.
The BBC won't have the monopoly on Olympics coverage in the U.K., with the IOC having sold the main European rights to the Discovery network. As a result, the BBC's coverage, though still good, is limited to no more than two live events at one time.
Americans abroad could just use the service of their choice, provided they log in via a VPN such as ExpressVPN.
How to watch Team USA vs. ROC live in Canada
It looks like the Team USA vs. ROC live stream may be on Sportsnet's SN1 or Sportsnet channels, as a block of "Scheduled events" that "include - Beach Volleyball, Volleyball, Rugby & Baseball" is set for 8 p.m. on on Friday night.
It could also be on TSN — either TSN1, TSN2 or TSN4, that is — as there's olympic coverage during those hours as well.
CBC is also sharing coverage of the Olympics, so you may need to channel surf if you can't find it. TLN is also showing off some of the Olympic Games, though judging by the schedule they will be on tape-delay.
Again, Americans visiting their friends in the great white north could just use Peacock, Sling, Fubo and other services, provided they log in via a VPN such as ExpressVPN.
How to watch Team USA vs. ROC live in Australia
Down Under, Aussies can watch the Team USA vs. ROC live stream for free on the 7Plus network's streaming service — which has practically everything in the Olympics. Just add 14 hours to the Eastern times listed below to figure out when games start in AEST.
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