The IFAF Under-19 World Championship begins June 29 in Harbin, China, and continues through the gold medal game on July 10.
USA Football will have coverage of all U.S. National Team games.
The World Championship games may be live streamed. Check back closer to game time for information and to see if game live streams are available.
Below is the tentative game schedule, subject to change.
2016 IFAF Under-19 World Championship tournament schedule
Home team listed first
Wednesday, June 29
1 p.m. – No. 6 Australia vs. No. 7 China (B2)
4 p.m. – No. 5 Japan vs. No. 8 TBD (B1)
Thursday, June 30
1 p.m. – No. 2 Canada vs. No. 3 Mexico (A2)
4 p.m. – No. 1 USA vs. No. 4 Austria (A1)
Saturday, July 2
1 p.m. – Loser B2 vs. Loser B1 (B3)
4 p.m. – Winner B1 vs. Winner B2 (B4)
Sunday, July 3
1 p.m. – Loser A2 vs. Loser A1 (A3)
4 p.m. – Winner A1 vs. Winner A2 (A4)
Wednesday, July 6
1 p.m. – Loser A3 vs. Loser B3 (B5)
4 p.m. – Loser B4 vs. Winner B3 (B6)
Thursday, July 7
1 p.m. – Winner A4 vs. Winner B4 (A5)
4 p.m. – Loser A4 vs. Winner A3 (A6)
Saturday, July 9
1 p.m. – Seventh-place game (Loser B6 vs. Loser B5)
4 p.m. – Fifth place game (Winner B5 vs. Winner B6)
Sunday, July 10-**
1 p.m. – Bronze Medal Game (Loser A6 vs. Loser A5)
4 p.m. – Gold Medal Game (Winner A5 vs. Winner A6)
**-Kickoff times for July 10 will be switched if Austria participates in the Gold Medal game to accommodate travel schedules.
Closing ceremonies and all-tournament team follow conclusion of Gold Medal game.