The U.S. women start their 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup campaign today against North Korea, a team who have slowly but surely gotten better over the last 12 years. They're still a team whose players are unknown to the general public at club level, but their international play indicates that they should be a reasonable threat to the No. 1 ranked United States. Pia Sundhage is making changes to the USWNT for the game, and it'll be interesting to see whether or not they pay off. If you want to watch the game (of course you do!), here's how you can do that, either on TV or the internet.
USA vs. North Korea
Time: 12 pm ET, 5 pm local time
Venue: Rudolf-Harbig-Stadion, Dresden, Germany
Television: ESPN (United States), Eurosport (Europe), Rogers Sportsnet (Canada)
Online: ESPN3.com (United States), CBC Streaming (Canada), FIFA.com (International)
With both Sweden and Colombia looking capable in the first game of the day, the United States will want to grab all three points to get off to a great start in the tournament, since two tough games are likely looming.