It was obviously hot, even at 9 p.m. It was obviously tiring. But 90-plus minutes later, the U.S. women's national team walked off the field in Paris having knocked off the home team with a 2-1 win behind two goals from — who else — Megan Rapinoe.

Next up for the United States in the semifinals is England, which advanced Thursday with a 3-0 win over Norway.

You'll be able to stream that game at 3 p.m. Eastern time on Tuesday, July 2. If 4K resolution is your thing, we recommend taking a look at Fubo TV, which is the only live streaming service in the United States to support that UHD standard. It's got a free trial, loads of channels (in addition to Fox, which is where you'll find the game), and plenty of add-ons and options.

Alternatively, you can pick up Fox with a decent over-the-air antenna, of course. (And we just so happen to have a handy list of them here.) Point the antenna the right direction for your Fox station, and you'll be watching the game for free. Just not as at a high resolution as you can get on Fubo.

One other alternative for 4K is to use the Fox Sports app. It's great, but it requires a subscription to some other live service first.

But before the U.S. takes on England on Tuesday, Italy and the Netherlands play early June 28, followed by Germany and Sweden, to set up the second semifinal match.

Stream sports in 4K

Fubo TV

All the channels, all the resolution

Fubo TV is the only streaming service in the U.S. that offers up sports in 4K resolution — to say nothing of all its other features.

Semifinal Games

  • Tuesday, July 2: England vs. U.S., 3 p.m., Fox
  • Wednesday, July 3: Germany/Sweden winner vs. Italy/Netherlands winner, 3 p.m., FS1

Championship Game

  • Sunday, July 7: United States/England winner vs. Germany/Sweden-Italy Netherlands winner, 11 a.m., Fox

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