USWNT vs. Netherlands live stream: Watch 2019 Women's World Cup final

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USWNT vs. Netherlands live stream: Watch 2019 Women's World Cup final

And then there were two. 

The United States Women's National Team will face the Netherlands on Sunday in the 2019 Women's World Cup final in Lyon. The USWNT is going for their second straight gold as they play in their third straight title game. 

Leading the way are USWNT stars Alex Morgan and Megan Rapinoe. Morgan's six goals are tied for the most in the tournament. Rapinoe is right behind her with five. 

Both Morgan and Rapinoe have made headlines for being outspoken on multiple subjects and with the way they celebrate their goals. No matter what people say, they'll hope to celebrate more goals come Sunday. 

Vivianne Miedema leads the Netherlands with three goals. 

Here's how to watch the Women's World Cup championship match live online.

When: Sunday, July 7, at 8 a.m. PT
Live Stream: FOX Sports Go and FuboTV

Why outspoken USWNT star Megan Rapinoe thinks she's 'deeply American'

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Why outspoken USWNT star Megan Rapinoe thinks she's 'deeply American'

In the face of criticism for comments made off the field, United States Women’s National Team winger Megan Rapinoe has delivered on it at the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup in France. 

The 33-year-old became a cable-news talking point a week ago Wednesday, when, in a series of tweets, President Donald Trump scolded Rapinoe for her pre-tournament comments saying she’s “not going to the f---king White House.” 

Rapinoe, who is openly gay and became the first white athlete to kneel in solidarity during the national anthem with Colin Kaepernick’s protest in 2016, stood by the rebuke a day later. Two days after the President's tweets, she scored a brace in the USWNT’s 2-1 win over the host nation in the quarterfinals.

She has remained a political target in part because of those comments, and because she doesn’t hold her hand over heart or sing during the playing of the national anthem. When Rapinoe was asked in Lyon on Wednesday about critics who consider her anti-American, she disagreed in a thoughtful response.

Although her critics have argued she has been a distraction to the team, her teammates and coaches continue to insist otherwise. The USWNT is by no means a sociocultural monolith, as Yahoo Sports’ Dan Wetzel noted in a Wednesday column, yet they have had Rapinoe’s back throughout the tournament.

[RELATED: Rapinoe roasts critics of Morgan's goal celebration]

"We all support Megan," Ellis said last week (via ESPN). "She knows that. We know we have each other's backs in there. I think for our players, there is only one purpose, one mission that we're here. Comments, media, whatever, it's always been something that I think we can block out pretty easily."

Rapinoe is second on the USWNT -- and tied for third in the tournament -- with five goals. She did not play in Tuesday’s 2-1 win over England in the semifinals, telling reporters after the match that she had a minor hamstring injury. She said she expects to be fit for Sunday’s final in Lyon. 

Netherlands vs. Sweden live stream: How to watch Women's World Cup semifinal

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Netherlands vs. Sweden live stream: How to watch Women's World Cup semifinal

After Wednesday, one more opponent will stand in the way of the United States Women's National Team at the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup.

Sweden and the Netherlands square off in Lyon, France for the other spot in the final, as each nation seeks its first World Cup crown.

The Dutch eliminated the Swedes en route to a title in their last major tournament, winning 2-0 in the quarterfinals of the 2017 UEFA Women's Euro. Sweden, meanwhile will need to avenge that loss in order to set up another revenge match against the USWNT in Sunday's final.

The loser will play England in Saturday's third-place match in Nice.

Here's how to watch the Women's World Cup semifinal match live online.

When: Wednesday, July 3, at noon PT
Live Stream: FOX Sports Go and FuboTV