A new champion will be crowned in NCAA Division I Men’s Soccer when the final four teams take the field in the 2021 Men’s College Cup. The final four games will take place live from Sahlen’s Stadium at WakeMed Soccer Park, in Cary, North Carolina. Dale Cuff will be the voice of the weekend on play-by-play for all 3 games and he will be joined by analyst Devon Kerr, a former pro player in Germany and at Stetson University.
The first game of the weekend will see No. 8 Clemson take on. No. 4 Notre Dame. This is Clemson’s 9th College Cup appearance overall but when these two teams met in October in Clemson, the Fighting Irish prevailed 2-0. For Notre Dame, this is their second berth in nine seasons. Coming out of the Atlantic Coast Conference, both teams are looking to keep the winning tradition alive, as the conference has won 17 NCAA men’s soccer championships, with at least one conference team in the NCAA Men’s College Cup in 20 of the last 21 seasons.
The second semifinal game will be between No. 3 Georgetown vs. No. 2 Washington. The Georgetown Hoyas are making their first appearance in the cup since winning the title in 2019. The Hoyas are trying to capitalize on their recent success by winning it all during their third overall appearance in the cup. Likewise, Washington is the highest seed remaining in the bracket, but this is the first time the Huskies have ever made it to the College Cup.
Games, Times, & Channels
Friday, December 10
|NCAA Men’s College Cup Semifinal: No. 8 Clemson vs. No. 4 Notre Dame||6:00 PM||ESPNU, WatchESPN|
|NCAA Men’s College Cup Semifinal: No. 3 Georgetown vs. No. 2 Washington||8:30 PM.||ESPNU, WatchESPN|
Sunday, December 12
|NCAA Men’s College Cup Championship||2 PM||ESPNU, WatchESPN|
How to Watch
This weekend’s games will be available to stream on WatchESPN, and many streaming services will carry ESPNU, so fans can watch all of the 2021 College Cup. Find out if your streaming service carries ESPNU below.