Another exciting NCAA contest awaits soccer fans when No. 1 seed Alabama Soccer takes on UCLA in the second semifinals of the National Championship on Friday, December 2 at WakeMed Soccer Park in Cary, NC. The UCLA Bruins meet Alabama Soccer for the first time in history to decide the final two of the tournament. Both teams are in top form and will step on the gas from the first minute of the game.
Date: Friday 2 December
Kick-off: 8:30 p.m. ET
Venue: WakeMed Soccer Park
TV Channel: ESPN U
Live Streams: OolaTV
Alabama Soccer coach Wes Hart became the first manager in franchise history to lead his team this far. It’s been an incredible run so far and they’ll try to make it memorable by beating the Bruins. While UCLA has been in this stage far more often than their opponents Friday night as it will be their third time in the past six years. They also made it to the knockout stages for the 12th time in their history.
The UCLA Bruins are very confident as they are among the top seeded in their region. While Alabama shares the same recognition in their respective regions. It’s the clash of titans not to be missed if you are a college football fan. Here’s everything you need to know about this epic clash between Alabama Soccer and the UCLA Bruins, including the live stream.
How to watch Alabama Soccer vs UCLA Bruins live online and on TV?
A games festival awaits football fans as the best collegiate teams gather in Cary, North Carolina for the ultimate prize. The second semifinal between Alabama Soccer and the UCLA Bruins will be broadcast live on ESPNU.
You can also stream the event live on Hulu TV and Fubo TV if you have access to ESPN’s subscription.
Alabama Soccer vs UCLA Bruins Venue, Start Time and Date
The Alabama Soccer and UCLA Bruins will face off on Friday, December 2 at WakeMed Soccer Park, Cary, North Carolina to determine the second finalist for the NCCA Championship. Game starts at 8:30pm ET / 5:30pm PT.
Record on the way to the semifinals
Alabama (23-2-1) had their toughest challenge in the quarterfinals, where they defeated the Blue Devils Dukes to win the game 3-2 in overtime.
While the UCLA Bruins (20-2-1) advanced to the semis in the quarterfinals after a 2-1 win in overtime over No. 3 seed Virginia.