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USA vs. New Zealand 2016 live stream: How to watch the USMNT online

Expect the USMNT to try out a lot of new faces.

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After playing on a potato field last week, the United States men's national team will be thrilled to get a game in on the lush grass at RFK Stadium. They take on New Zealand in a friendly at 8 p.m. ET on Tuesday night.

Jurgen Klinsmann made wholesale changes to his squad ahead of this game, so expect to see a different starting XI than played against Cuba, plus a lot of fresh faces off the substitutes bench. Bill Hamid, Kellyn Acosta, Tim Parker, Terrence Boyd and Juan Agudelo are among the new call-ups who could get some time. Lynden Gooch is expected to make his debut, while Perry Kitchen and Julian Green are among the players who played in Cuba, but will get another shot to win a place on the Hex roster in November.

For most American viewers, the easiest way to watch the game will be on WatchESPN. You can also catch it in Spanish on Univision Deportes en vivo. If you don't have access to either of those services, the game can also be seen on paid streaming services like Fubo and Sling. For streaming options in other countries you can check out LiveSoccerTV.

TV: ESPN (U.S. - English), UniMas, Univision Deportes (U.S. - Spanish), Sky Sport 2 (New Zealand)

Match Date/Time: Tuesday, 8 p.m. ET

Venue: RFK Memorial Stadium, Washington, D.C.