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WORLD CUP FINAL: USA vs. Japan -- preview, time, & how to watch

It all comes down to this: a rematch of the 2011 World Cup final, as well as the 2012 gold medal final at the London Olympics. Here's everything you need to know.

It's now or never for an American legend.
It's now or never for an American legend.
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It just makes sense.

This whole time, it was meant to come down to these two teams.

We all love a redemption story. Abby Wambach certainly does. You know Hope Solo does. And gaffer Jill Ellis? Well, let's be polite and call her "embattled."

No more blathering about turf fields and small crowds and Alexi Lalas's uninterrupted piss-stream of hot takes.

As Magic Johnson said:

"There's a time to play, and there's a time to win."

It's winning time.

Here's what we've got for you:

HOW TO WATCH

United States vs. Japan

World Cup Final -- Sunday, July 5th, 2015, 7 p.m. ET, 4 p.m. local

BC Place, Vancouver, British Columbia

TV: FOX (U.S. -- English), Telemundo, (U.S. -- Spanish) RDS, TSN, CTV (Canada), BBC 3 (U.K.), NHK (Japan)

Online

United StatesFox Soccer 2 Go, a paid service that requires no TV subscription, is the way to watch in English. Unfortunately, because the game is on broadcast FOX, it will not be on FOX Sports Go. An online Spanish language option is provided by Telemundo's streaming service.

CanadaTSN

United KingdomBBC Sport Online

View complete istings via Live Soccer TV.

Go, go USA.