Canada will face the United States in the 2023 CONCACAF Nations League final on Sunday in Las Vegas, which will determine who the best men’s national soccer team in North America is.

The American team is the current Nations League and Gold Cup champions (both titles were won in 2021), and they are the only team from the area to have qualified for the 2022 World Cup’s knockout stages. They further cemented their status as regional giants with a 3-0 demolition of Mexico in the semifinal on Thursday.

Canada’s all-time record against the Americans is relatively close (16 USA wins, 10 Canada wins, and 12 draws), especially when it comes to official competitions like the Nations League (9 USA wins, 8 Canada wins, and five draws). Sunday will mark their first encounter in a final.

And considering that the USA is without two crucial players, there may not have been a better time for Canada to make history. Due to the red cards they both received against Mexico, right-back Sergino Dest and midfielder Weston McKennie are both suspended.

The CONCACAF Nations League final between the USA and Canada will kick off shortly after 9 p.m. ET (6 p.m. PT) on Sunday, June 18, at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada.

The match will be televised in both the United States and Canada.

The final won’t be broadcast on traditional TV in English, but a stream will exclusively be available on Paramount+, which has a free trial. The game will only be broadcast on Univision, with a simultaneous broadcast on TUDN. Both of those Spanish-language channels are streamable on Fubo, which offers a free trial to new customers.

The OneSoccer broadcast of the game is available in Canada on Telus Optik TV Channel 980. In addition to being broadcast on OneSoccer for subscribers, the game will also be streamed on Fubo Canada.