How to watch the 2019 fifa women’s world cup online (without cable)

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How to watch the 2019 fifa women’s world cup online (without cable)

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The 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup starts Friday, June 7 and runs through Sunday, July 7. If you want to watch the games without cable, you’ve got options—depending on where you live. Here’s how to watch.

If You Do Have a Cable TV Login

Fox is broadcasting all the games in the tournament, and if you have cable TV, you can watch the games on the Fox and FS1 channels. You can find the full schedule of games (and which Fox channel they air on) on the Fox website.

You can also watch the games on your mobile device using the Fox Sports App.

If You Don’t Have a Cable TV Login

If you don’t have a cable TV login, you can stream the games online. The catch is that you’ll still have to get them through a streaming service that carries Fox and FS1. Fortunately, most of the popular streaming services do, including Sling, YouTube TV, Hulu with Live TV, DirecTV Now, and PlayStation Vue.

Not sure which to pick? No worries, we’ve got you covered with a full rundown of which TV streaming app is right for you.

Even better, most of these services offer some kind of reduced-rate trial period so you can at least try them out first. None require long-term contracts, either, so you could always sign up for a month, get your soccer on, and then cancel your subscription.

Having Issues Bypassing Geographic Restrictions? Use a VPN

Whether you’re traveling from your home country or live in a place that has ridiculous restrictions on what’s available, the solution to bypassing restrictions is always to use a VPN, which will make it appear as if you are coming from a different location. Our VPN picks are these:

  • ExpressVPN: This VPN choice is incredibly fast, easy to use, and has very user-friendly clients for every platform.
  • StrongVPN: This VPN isn’t quite as user-friendly, but is very fast and tends to be useful for bypassing restrictions because it’s not quite as well known.

In general, the way to bypass restrictions is to switch the VPN server to another country that has access to the website you’re trying to view. If it’s still blocked, try a different server. Both of the choices offer free trials, so you won’t have to pay for something that doesn’t work for you.

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The 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup starts Friday, June 7 and runs through Sunday, July 7. If you want to watch the games without cable, you’ve got options—depending on where you live. Here’s how to watch.

If You Do Have a Cable TV Login

Fox is broadcasting all the games in the tournament, and if you have cable TV, you can watch the games on the Fox and FS1 channels. You can find the full schedule of games (and which Fox channel they air on) on the Fox website.

You can also watch the games on your mobile device using the Fox Sports App.

If You Don’t Have a Cable TV Login

If you don’t have a cable TV login, you can stream the games online. The catch is that you’ll still have to get them through a streaming service that carries Fox and FS1. Fortunately, most of the popular streaming services do, including Sling, YouTube TV, Hulu with Live TV, DirecTV Now, and PlayStation Vue.

Even better, most of these services offer some kind of reduced-rate trial period so you can at least try them out first. None require long-term contracts, either, so you could always sign up for a month, get your soccer on, and then cancel your subscription.

Having Issues Bypassing Geographic Restrictions? Use a VPN

Whether you’re traveling from your home country or live in a place that has ridiculous restrictions on what’s available, the solution to bypassing restrictions is always to use a VPN, which will make it appear as if you are coming from a different location. Our VPN picks are these:

  • ExpressVPN: This VPN choice is incredibly fast, easy to use, and has very user-friendly clients for every platform.
  • StrongVPN: This VPN isn’t quite as user-friendly, but is very fast and tends to be useful for bypassing restrictions because it’s not quite as well known.

In general, the way to bypass restrictions is to switch the VPN server to another country that has access to the website you’re trying to view. If it’s still blocked, try a different server. Both of the choices offer free trials, so you won’t have to pay for something that doesn’t work for you.

How to watch the 2019 fifa women’s world cup online (without cable)

The women’s World Cup is now in the knockout round, with the FIFA World Cup championship game coming up soon on Sunday, July 7.

The World Cup 2019 Round of 16 began on Saturday, June 22, and in its first match USA scored on two penalty kicks to beat Spain 2-1 on June 24. The reigning champion U.S. women’s national team then defeated France, also 2-1, on Friday, June 28. Up next, in the women’s World Cup semifinals, is USA vs. England, scheduled for Tuesday, July 2.

The U.S. women’s national team entered the tournament as the heavy favorites to win again in the 2019 World Cup, and they lived up to the hype in group play — posting three shutout victories, including a record-breaking 13-0 win over Thailand. Through their first three World Cup matches, the U.S. scored 18 goals, versus zero for their opponents.

Here’s all you need to know for how to watch USA vs. England, as well as all the other women’s World Cup 2019 matches — online, or on TV, for free.

What Channel Is the Women’s World Cup on?

As we have previously explained, women’s World Cup 2019 games are being broadcast on a combination of channels, with English broadcasts on Fox or the pay channel FS1, and Spanish language broadcasts on Telemundo, Telemundo Deportes, or NBC Universo.

It’s super easy to watch women’s World Cup games for free on Fox, including USA vs. England on Tuesday, July 2. Even if you don’t have cable, you can watch women’s soccer games broadcast on Fox if you have a digital antenna hooked up to your TV.

You can buy a basic HDTV antenna for about $25 to $30, and it’ll work like an old-fashioned “rabbit ears” antenna. Once it’s connected to your TV, you can tune in nearby affiliates of unlimited, over-the-air networks, including Fox, ABC, NBC, and CBS, totally for free. The channels you get to watch for free depend on the strength of your antenna, where you live, and the placement of the antenna in your home — so it’s worth trying different locations so you can tune in the most free TV channels possible.

To watch women’s World Cup game TV broadcasts on FS1, you’ll need cable or another pay TV package. FS1 is a pay channel owned by Fox, and it is fairly standard to include the network in cable packages. The Telemundo channels and NBC Universo are also included in most pay TV packages.

There are also options to live stream women’s World Cup games, including some strategies to watch the World Cup 2019 online for free, explained below.

What Is the Women’s World Cup Game Schedule?

Tuesday, July 2
• England vs. USA, 3 p.m. ET on Fox, Telemundo, Telemundo Deportes

Wednesday, July 3
• Netherlands vs. Sweden, 3 p.m. ET on FS1, Telemundo, Telemundo Deportes

Saturday, July 6
• Match for Third Place TBD, 11 a.m. ET on Fox, Telemundo, Telemundo Deportes

Sunday, July 7
• World Cup Championship TBD, 11 a.m. ET on Fox, Telemundo, Telemundo Deportes

How to Live Stream the 2019 Women’s World Cup for Free

If you have a log-in for a cable subscription or another pay TV package, you can watch the women’s World Cup online with live streams at FoxSportsGo.com, the Fox Sports Go app, the Telemundo Deportes app, or the NBC Sports app. (The latter two come with World Cup live streams in Spanish.)

In order to live stream the women’s World Cup with one of the services above, you generally have to log in with the account details and password for a participating pay TV provider. In other words, you have to subscribe to cable (or perhaps borrow someone’s account details) to watch World Cup soccer through these services. (However, at times it seems like you can get away with streaming women’s World Cup games in Spanish without logging in with a cable account, so it’s worth trying.)

But there is another strategy you can use to watch the women’s World Cup online for free — at least for a few days. As we previously explained, several live-streaming TV services include FS1, Fox, and Spanish-language channels in their packages, and they all come with free trials lasting five to seven days for new subscribers:

How to watch the 2019 fifa women’s world cup online (without cable)

The FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 stretches over the course of a month this summer in France, starting on Friday, June 7, and ending with the World Cup championship game on Sunday, July 7.

The U.S. women’s team is playing in France as the defending champions, coming off a World Cup victory four years ago in Canada, against Japan. U.S.A. is the favorite to win the women’s World Cup in 2019, with the overall #1 ranking in the world according to FIFA.

For the 2019 World Cup in France, Team U.S.A. is placed in Group F, along with Thailand, Chile, and Sweden. Among the star players for the U.S. World Cup soccer team this year are Alex Morgan, Julie Ertz, Carli Lloyd, and Megan Rapinoe.

Here’s all the information you need to watch the 2019 women’s World Cup — online or on TV, for free — including the details on when the U.S. women’s soccer team plays.

What Channel Is Women’s World Cup Soccer on?

In the U.S., nearly all of the women’s World Cup 2019 soccer games are televised in English on Fox or FS1. (At least one World Cup game is being broadcast on another Fox pay channel, FS2. All of the women’s World Cup games also have Spanish broadcasts, on Telemundo, NBC Universo, or Telemundo Deportes.)

To watch World Cup games televised on local Fox stations, you don’t need cable or another pay TV service. All you need in most of the country is a digital antenna hooked up to a TV. You can buy a basic HDTV antenna for about $25 to $30, and it works similarly to old-fashioned “rabbit ears” antennas: Once it’s connected to your TV, you can tune in local affiliates of free, over-the-air networks, including Fox, ABC, CBS, and NBC.

The variety of TV channels you can watch for free with an antenna differs based on a number of factors, including where you live, the capability of your TV antenna, and where the placement of the antenna is in your home. Considering an HDTV antenna lets you watch unlimited TV for free, it’s a great investment if you don’t want to pay for cable or another service. It’s also worth moving the antenna around to different locations in your home, to see where you can tune in the most free TV channels.

To watch 2019 women’s World Cup games airing on FS1, you’ll most likely need a cable TV or satellite TV package. Fox has a search tool to help you find out what channel FS1 in your TV package; just plug in your zip code and TV provider. If you don’t have cable, consider looking into live streaming TV options — which are often available for free to new subscribers during trial periods.

How to Live Stream 2019 Women’s World Cup Games for Free

In addition to Fox stations broadcasting World Cup games on TV, Fox has women’s world World Cup live streams available at FoxSportsGo.com and the Fox Sports Go app. To watch the women’s World Cup online for free with a Fox live stream, however, you must log in with a participating pay TV account and password.

To watch the women’s World Cup online in Spanish, you can check out the Telemundo Deportes app or the NBC Sports app.

Another way to live stream women’s World Cup games is to subscribe to a live-streaming TV service that includes FS1, local Fox stations, or the appropriate Spanish-language channels in its bundle of channels. These services are similar to traditional cable TV, with dozens of pay channels packaged together for one monthly bill, but with live-streaming TV you watch channels online (on a smart TV or other connected device) rather than through a cable box connected to your TV. All of these services come with free trials lasting five to seven days for new subscribers, so you can try them out while watching 2019 World Cup games online for free.

The live-streaming TV services FuboTV, Hulu Live, DirecTV Now, Playstation Vue, and YouTube TV all come with FS1, along with local Fox channels in most of the country. The prices for these services are around $40 to $50 per month for the base package, though, again, all come with free trials.

Another, cheaper live-streaming TV option is Sling TV, which is available for only $15 for the first month ($25 monthly afterwards). The Sling Blue package comes with FS1, and local Fox channels are available with Sling TV in some (but not all) markets.

What’s the 2019 Women’s World Cup Schedule?

For an updated list of TV broadcasts for 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup games, check out the Fox Sports TV schedule or the official FIFA match schedule.

If you’re wondering when the U.S. women’s team plays in the 2019 World Cup, the first USWNT game is set for Tuesday, June 11 (U.S.A vs. Thailand), followed by games on Father’s Day on Sunday, June 16 (U.S.A. vs. Chile), and on Thursday, June 20 (Sweden vs. U.S.A.). All of the U.S. women’s World Cup games are on local Fox channels around the country.

Here’s the World Cup game schedule for the early part of the tournament:

Friday, June 7
• France vs. Korea Republic, 3 p.m. ET on FS1

Saturday, June 8
• Germany vs. China, 9 a.m. ET on FS1
• Spain vs. South Africa, 12 p.m. ET on Fox
• Norway vs. Nigeria, 3 p.m. ET on Fox

Sunday, June 9
• Australia vs. Italy, 7 a.m. ET on FS1
• Brazil vs. Jamaica, 9:30 a.m. ET on FS1
• England vs. Scotland, 12 p.m. ET on Fox

Monday, June 10
• Argentina vs. Japan, 12 p.m. ET on FS1
• Canada vs. Cameroon, 3 p.m. ET on FS1

Tuesday, June 11
• New Zealand vs. Netherlands, 9 a.m. ET on FS1
• Chile vs. Sweden, 12 p.m. ET on FS1
• U.S.A. vs. Thailand, 3 p.m. ET on Fox

Wednesday, June 12
• Nigeria vs. Korea Republic, 9 a.m. ET on FS1
• Germany vs. Spain, 12 p.m. ET on Fox
• France vs. Norway, 3 p.m. ET on Fox

Thursday, June 13
• Australia vs. Brazil, 12 p.m. ET on Fox
• South Africa vs. China, 3 p.m. ET on Fox

Friday, June 14
• Japan vs. Scotland, 9 a.m. ET on FS1
• Jamaica vs. Italy, 12 p.m. ET on Fox
• England vs. Argentina, 3 p.m. ET on Fox

Saturday, June 15
• Netherlands vs. Cameroon, 9 a.m. ET on FS1
• Canada vs. New Zealand, 12 p.m. ET on FS2

Sunday, June 16
• Sweden vs. Thailand, 9 a.m. ET on FS1
• U.S.A. vs. Chile, 12 p.m. ET on Fox

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How to watch the 2019 fifa women’s world cup online (without cable)

  • The Women’s World Cup continues Wednesday, July 3, with the Netherlands playing Sweden in the second semi-final match.
  • Viewers in the U.S. can watch all the action live from France on Fox Sports.
  • If you’re a cord-cutter, you have plenty of options: you can live stream the games on services including fuboTV, YouTube TV, and Hulu + Live TV, all of which offer a one-week free trial to new users.

The Women’s World Cup is heading into its final stages, with the Netherlands facing off against Sweden in the second semi-final match on July 3. This coming Sunday, July 7, will mark the finals, in which the United States will play against either the Netherlands or Sweden, in the hopes of winning a fourth World Cup title.

If you want to tune in for the final matches but aren’t sure where to get started, look no further. Here’s a complete guide to how to watch the Women’s World Cup, whether you have cable or want to lives tream it online.

How can I watch the Women’s World Cup 2019?

In the U.S., Fox Sports is the official English language broadcaster of the World Cup. If you have cable, you can watch in several ways: on your regular TV, online, or using the Fox Go app on your smartphone or tablet.

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Cord-cutters have plenty of options too, and most of them won’t cost you a penny. There are a whole slew of subscription services through which you can watch the World Cup–and most of them offer a one-week free trial to new users. Since there’s less than a week of matches left, there’s nothing to stop you from taking advantage of a trial offer to get your soccer fix. Here’s a full list of the streaming services showing the Women’s World Cup:

    ($44.99 per month) ($44.99 per month) (plans from $15 per month) (plans from $44.99 per month) (plans from $50 per month) (plans from $49.99 per month)

If you’re not into any of these options, you can also watch a selection of highlights, interviews, and behind-the-scenes footage on the FIFA YouTube Channel.

How to watch the 2019 fifa women’s world cup online (without cable)

When is the Women’s World Cup 2019?

The World Cup began on Friday, June 7, and will end on Sunday, July 7. There are three matches left in the World Cup–the full schedule is as follows:

Wednesday, July 3: Semi-finals

3 p.m. ET: The Netherlands vs. Sweden (3 p.m. ET kick-off)

Saturday, July 6: Third place play-off

11 a.m. ET : England vs. TBD

Sunday, July 7: Finals

11 a.m. ET: United States vs. TBD

How to watch the 2019 fifa women’s world cup online (without cable)

Where is the Women’s World Cup 2019?

This year’s Women’s World Cup is taking place in France, with matches happening in several cities including Paris, Nice, and Lyon. The final two matches will be played at the Parc Olympique Lyonnais in Décines-Charpieu, a Lyon suburb.

Who won the last Women’s World Cup?

The last Women’s World Cup took place in 2015. The United States won against Japan in the finals, becoming the only country ever to have won in three Women’s World Cup finals–they also won the first ever Women’s World Cup in 1991, and the third in 1999. If they triumph this coming Sunday, they will become the first country to win four Women’s World Cup finals.

The 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup is down to its last match. Here’s how to not miss a moment of the action.

We’re down to one last match at the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup, but it’s a big one: The U.S. Women’s National Team plays Netherlands in today’s final. And you don’t have to miss a moment.

Whether you’re in front of a TV or on the go, you have plenty of options for streaming today’s match. Here’s a look at how to tune into the Women’s World Cup, including options if you’re traveling overseas.

Where can I watch the Women’s World Cup?

Fox has the exclusive rights to the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup in the U.S., and airs the games on its Fox broadcast channel as well as on its FS1 cable channel. Today’s final featuring the U.S. team will be on Fox.

Fox isn’t the only broadcaster in the U.S. carrying the Women’s World Cup, though. Telemundo has the Spanish-language broadcast rights in this country.

How do I use a VPN to watch the Women’s World Cup?

If you’re traveling outside the country, but don’t want to miss the match, a virtual private network, or VPN, could be an ideal choice. Actually choosing a service could be a challenge, but fortunately, we’ve tested out many different offerings to find out who offers the best VPN. Our top pick is ExpressVPN, which offers superb speeds that will meet the needs of most users, but you’ve got other options as well.

ExpressVPN: Our favorite VPN service, ExpressVPN costs as little as $6.77 per month if you sign up for a one-year contract, and there’s a 30-day money-back guarantee. If you just need ExpressVPN for the month that the Women’s World Cup is on, it’s $12.95.

NordVPN: Cheap and secure, NordVPN is just $2.99/month for a three-year contract, while a month of service costs $11.95. NordVPN uses 2048-bit encryption, and makes it easy to use streaming services.

TunnelBear: Performance is just average, but this is one of the simpler VPNs out there, and at $9.99 for one month of service, TunnelBear is a lower-cost option if you just want to use the VPN during the month-long World Cup festivities.

How can I watch the Women’s World Cup without a cable subscription?

If you’ve cut the cord, an HDTV antenna will let you pick up the signal from your local Fox or Telemundo affiliate. But if you’re not going to be near a TV, you still have some options.

Fox does stream the games on its Fox Sports Go website and mobile apps (Android, iOS), but you’ll need to login with your cable credentials. The same is true for the Telemundo Deportes app for Android and iOS. So that’s not going to be an option if you’ve dropped your cable or satellite TV subscription.

You can try to turning to an over-the-top service for streaming the matches. And since the packages we’ve included below include FS1, you can watch other games in the tournament, too. Just make sure the service you opt for carries your local Fox affiliate; not every service does.

These services can hook you up with World Cup coverage during the next few weeks.

DirecTV Now: DirecTV Now is a handy streaming service that includes a variety of channels, including Fox and FS1. It starts at $50 per month for 45 channels, including HBO.

Hulu + Live TV: Hulu’s Live TV package will set you back $45 per month for 60 channels. (FS1 and Fox are part of that mix.) Best of all, you can record up to 50 hours of programming to Hulu’s cloud DVR, so you can record the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup and come back to the game at another time.

FuboTV: FuboTV offers a nice selection of sports content — including Fox and FS1 — as well as standard content across genres, and comes with 30 hours of cloud DVR storage. It costs $55 per month, but for an extra $10 per month, you can increase the cloud DVR to 500 hours.

Playstation Vue: A PlayStation Vue subscription lets you can stream Fox and FS1 through the service’s Access tier, which is the entry-level package from PlayStation. Bad news, though — PlayStation just raised the prices on all tiers by $5, so you’ll now pay $50 for the Access tier.

YouTube TV: The $50-a-month YouTube TV has more than 70 channels that make it easy to watch the programming you want. And since it comes with Fox and FS1, you’ll be able watch the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup without trouble. YouTube TV also features unlimited cloud DVR storage, so you can watch games at a later date.

How to watch the 2019 fifa women’s world cup online (without cable)

If you’re looking for women’s soccer TV schedule for viewers in the United States, you’ve come to the right place.

Taking all of our research and connecting with our contacts in media, we’ve compiled the following women’s soccer TV schedule. This way, you can find out what women’s soccer games today are on TV and streaming. That includes games from NWSL, US Women’s National Team and other competitions. Our goal is to make it easier for you to find out when and where women’s soccer is on US television and streaming.

For the NWSL, CBS (mostly Paramount+) has the rights to the women’s elite league in the United States from 2020 through the end of 2023. Select games will be shown via Twitch. US Women’s National Team matches are mostly televised on FS1 or FS2, although ESPN also shares these rights. YouTube also recently announced that they will be streaming UEFA Women’s Champions League matches for free.

Courtesy of World Soccer Talk, download a complimentary copy of The Ultimate Soccer TV And Streaming Guide, which features details on where to watch all of the leagues from around the world on US TV and streaming.

To find out when soccer games are on, download the free Soccer TV Schedules App which includes listings of all of the live soccer matches available in the United States (available on Apple iOS devices and Android devices).

Here’s the women’s soccer TV schedule (all times Eastern US):

Women’s soccer TV schedule

Saturday, April 9

Tuesday, April 12

Also, view the TV schedules for the leagues that are playing currently:

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Have any questions about the Women’s soccer TV schedule? Let us know in the comments section below.

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Watch the FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019™ on FOX and FS1 your way

No more worries about being late for opening kick-off or missing the game-winning overtime goal because you left early to beat the traffic. Take the game with you virtually wherever you go and stream away on your TV, online or compatible mobile device.

How to watch the 2019 fifa women’s world cup online (without cable)

Watch on Fios TV

See all 52 matches live on FOX, FS1 (83 SD 583 HD) and FS2 (84 SD 584 HD).

Check your local FOX channel here.

Live in 4K on Fios TV One

See all 52 matches live on FOX in stunning 4K with a Fios TV One set top box on channels 1498 and 1499. Learn more about Fios TV One.

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Watch Primetime match replays on FS2 (84 SD 584 HD).

Catch up on each day’s action and listen to expert analysis with FOX Soccer Tonight.

As a Fios TV subscriber, you’ll enjoy free access to live streaming of every FIFA Women’s World Cup™ match on your computer, mobile device or connected TV. Download and use the Fios TV app at home or the FOX Sports app on the go. You can also watch online at verizon.com or FOXSports.com. Sign in using your Verizon Fios user name and password.

Watch on Your Phone

It couldn’t be easier. Just download and use the Fios TV app at home or the FOX Sports app on the go and sign in with your Verizon Fios account.

Similarly, it is asked, how can I watch the Women’s World Cup 2019?

Fox has the Women’s World Cup broadcast rights in the U.S. All English language matches will be broadcast on Fox, FS1 and FS2. Telemundo and Universo will be broadcasting the matches in Spanish. All the channels are available online using fuboTV, where you can sign up for a free trial.

Similarly, how can I watch the Women’s World Cup for free? If you have a log-in for a cable subscription or another pay TV package, you can watch the women’s World Cup online with live streams at FoxSportsGo.com, the Fox Sports Go app, the Telemundo Deportes app, or the NBC Sports app. (The latter two come with World Cup live streams in Spanish.)

Secondly, how can I watch World Cup 2019 for free?

  1. Watch from any device on BBC iPlayer.
  2. Get the inside scoop with TF1.
  3. Watch the most anticipated matches on RTP.
  4. Stream every match for free with Match TV.
  5. FOX.
  6. Sky Go.
  7. beIN.

Can I watch World Cup online?

There are many ways to live stream the 2018 World Cup — and yes, it’s pretty easy to watch soccer online for free. Every World Cup game can be streamed in English with the Fox Sports Go app. Most live-streaming TV services will also let you watch the World Cup online.

The final match is set for July 7th, and you don’t want to miss it.

How to watch the 2019 fifa women’s world cup online (without cable)

The 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup is heating up, with only a handful of teams left to vie for a place in the July 7th finale. We’re already heading into the semi-finals, so here’s a quick breakdown of the remaining matches:

Semi-Finals

  • Netherlands v. Sweden – July 3rd, 12:00 p.m. Pacific

Third Place Match

  • England v. TBD – July 6th, 8:00 a.m. Pacific

Final Match

  • United States v. TBD – July 7th, 8:00 a.m. Pacific

If you’ve been dying to watch the games but haven’t found a good streaming option, you’re in luck. We’re rounding up all of the ways to stream the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup.

How to Watch the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup

fuboTV

fuboTV is offering week-long free trial memberships, which is perfect for people interested in watching the Women’s World Cup without paying for a streaming service.

You can watch the matches with through FOX, FS1 and FS2 channels. You’ll definitely want to cancel before the trial is up, though, because the base price for fuboTV is $54.99 a month.

Fox Sports

Fox is the exclusive provider for the FIFA Women’s World Cup in the U.S. and will be streaming all of the games on the Fox Sports website. However, you will need a cable subscription to access it directly.

If you’re hoping to catch a game on the go, you can also access streaming services via the Fox Sports app for Android or iOS.

YouTube TV

YouTube TV is offering a five-day free trial membership for new users, giving you access to dozens of cable channel streams, including Fox Sports, FS1 and FS2. This service typically costs $49.99 a month, so be sure to cancel before the trial is over to avoid any charges.

DirecTV Now

Signing up for DirecTV Now will get you access to 45+ channels — including FS1, which streams the Women’s World Cup. The PLUS plan costs $50 a month, but new subscribers can get $15 off the first two months for a limited time.

Hulu + Live TV

A basic Hulu account won’t be enough to stream the games, unfortunately. However, you can sign up for Hulu + Live TV, which gives you the ability to stream dozens of cable channels, including FS1 and FS2.

The service costs a hefty $44.99 a month, but you can sign up for a free seven-day trial and cancel before the payment cycle arrives.

PlayStation Vue

You can stream the Women’s World Cup through PlayStation Vue, but you’ll have to pay to access the service. You can either purchase a channel bundle starting at $44.99 a month, or subscribe to individual channels.

There is a Fox Soccer Plus channel available for $14.99 a month, but the seven-day free trial option would be adequate if you’re only interested in the Women’s World Cup.

Sling TV

Sling TV is offering the first month of its subscription service at a 40% discount, or $15. If you go with this option, be sure to sign up for Sling Blue to access Fox Sports and its affiliate channels.

After the first month, prices return to $25 a month. Be sure to cancel after the World Cup if you don’t want to pay full price for this service — or keep it to stream dozens of premium cable channels.

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Soccer fans are about to be treated to the biggest event of the year: The massive, month-long 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup being held in France, from June 7 to July 7. It’s a monster match, with 52 games scheduled between 24 countries. With the U.S. women’s team returning as defending champs, Americans have more reason than ever to watch the action unfold. If you’ve already cut the cord and are now looking for a way to see the games using a live TV streaming service, your best bet is FuboTV. The sports-centric service will be streaming every game of the series in 4K, making it the only online streaming service to do so.

Live 4K streaming is still rare, but FuboTV has been pushing the format hard, especially for its dedicated sports channels. Last year, the company launched its beta of 4K streaming during the men’s 2018 FIFA World Cup, and the beta continues this year with the women’s tournament.

All FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019 matches stream on Fox Sports, FS1 and FS2 in 4K Beta on FuboTV. Telemundo’s coverage of every match in Spanish will also be available, though not in 4K. You can check out the full schedule here. In order to stream FuboTV in 4K, you’ll need a subscription (obviously) and one the company’s supported 4K platforms. Fubo will also be streaming select MLB games in 4K this season.

Sports content and 4K are a match made in TV heaven. For sports fans, the ultimate high will always be attending the games in real life, but 4K broadcasts are the next best thing, and they’re considerably more lifelike than 1080p, especially when you add in the blur-reducing effect of 60 frames per second. If you’re not yet equipped with a 4K TV, now’s a good time to buy. Over the last year or so, prices have fallen dramatically for this technology and big screens (55 inches or more) can be had for as little as $500, with picture quality that will amaze you.

Just make sure you’ve got a way to feed that brand new 4K screen with proper 4K content. Most 4K TVs come with built-in apps, but we recommend you consider a 4K streaming device like a Roku Streaming Stick Plus, Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K, or an Apple TV 4K. Prices range from $60 to $200, but these devices can deliver much more than just movies and TV shows, with thousands of downloadable apps and other content. We think they’re well worth the extra investment.

Finally, though 4K TVs look spectacular, their speakers are still about the same as previous TVs — that is to say, not so great. A home theater soundbar is the easiest and least expensive way to improve your TV’s sound, making it a must-have upgrade for those who want to keep things simple.

United States' Morgan Brian (6), Carli Lloyd (10) and Lindsey Horan (9) celebrate after a goal by Brian during the first half of the team's international friendly soccer match against Portugal, Thursday, Aug. 29, 2019, in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Matt Slocum) AP

The U.S. Women’s National Team will take on South Korea in the fifth game of their World Cup victory tour on Sunday, Oct. 6 at 11 a.m. PT at Soldier Field in Chicago, Illinois.

See how to watch and follow live updates from the game here. You can also watch the game live for FREE with Hulu Live (free trial).

The USWNT won the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup in July. The USA has won four World Cups in their history and has claimed the coveted trophy in back-to-back World Cups. The U.S. is celebrating its World Cup win with a five-game victory tour. Sunday’s game will be the final match of the victory tour. The U.S. also played South Korea last Thursday.

Portland Thorns players Tobin Heath, Lindsey Horan, Adrianna Franch and Emily Sonnett all represented the USA at the World Cup this summer and will be with the team for Sunday’s game.

If you are looking to watch the USWNT take on South Korea, here’s what you need to know:

What: The U.S. Women’s National Team will take on South Korea in the fifth game of their five-game victory tour.

When: Sunday, Oct. 6 at 11 a.m. PT.

Where: Soldier Field in Chicago, Illinois.

TV Channel: ESPN (In Portland: Comcast 35/735; DIRECTV 206).

Watch the game live online: You can watch this game on the ESPN app with your cable provider login. | Don’t have cable? You can watch this game live for FREE with Hulu Live (free trial). You can also get this game on Sling TV, if you prefer that platform and their pricing plans.

The FIFA Women’s World Cup is currently underway in France right now, which means you have probably had soccer on your mind for the last few days/weeks, and probably still will for the next few days. The first games have been played, the first teams have been knocked out, the quarterfinals have happened, and currently, the United States, Sweden, England, and the Netherlands are in the semifinals.

If you’re looking to tune into the games wherever you are in the world (and whatever time they’re on), here’s how you can keep up to date with everything that’s happening, and who’s playing who as we head into the final soccer stretch, which concludes July 7. May the best team win.

How to watch the FIFA Women’s World Cup

Currently, Fox and the Fox Sports channels — Fox Sports 1 andFox Sports 2 — are airing the matches. Yay! The matches tend to happen at 9 a.m., 12:30 p.m., and 3 p.m. Eastern Standard Time, which means if you’re in a different time zone just account for that shift (and have fun getting up early to watch soccer). You might not have access to the FS1 and FS2 channels, but the quarterfinals, semifinals, and finals will all be broadcast on Fox. The full schedule is here.

How to stream the FIFA Women’s World Cup

Through your cable provider, you can also watch live games on your portable devices via the Fox app. Not all cable packages carry the Fox app, so just double check before you go ahead and make plans to watch on your iPhone on your train commute.

How to stream the FIFA Women’s World Cup without the Fox app

Fox isn’t the only option when it comes to watching the games. FuboTV might be your best bet, as they’re streaming all the games from Fox AND come with a free week-long trial before you actually have to subscribe. Plans start at $54.99 a month.

LYON, FRANCE – JULY 07: Megan Rapinoe of the USA celebrates with the FIFA Women’s World Cup Trophy . [+] following her team’s victory in the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup France Final match between The United States of America and The Netherlands at Stade de Lyon on July 07, 2019 in Lyon, France. (Photo by Maja Hitij/Getty Images)

FIFA announced on Friday that a combined 1.12 billion viewers tuned into official broadcast coverage of the 2019 Women’s World Cup held in France. The final match between the United States and the Netherlands drew an average live audience of 82.18 million and reached a total of 263.62 million unique viewers.

While the final match was the most-watched in tournament history and up 56% from the 2015 edition held in Canada (the previous record was 52.56 million viewers), the increase was not as substantial as other tournament gains. The average live audience over 52 games was 17.27 million per match, a 106% increase from 2015. More specifically, the group stage increased by 124%, the round of 16 by 142%, the quarterfinal by 74% and the semifinal by 88%.

Publicis Sport & Entertainment produced for FIFA a global broadcast and audience audit where it analyzed World Cup viewership data. The report says, “The comparatively small live audience for the final can be attributed to the smaller potential audience in the Netherlands compared to 2015 finalist Japan, as well the relatively less appealing kick-off time for viewers in the United States (11 a.m. vs. 7 p.m. 2015).”

Leading up to the tournament, FIFA was criticized for allowing a World Cup final to be overshadowed by the Gold Cup and Copa America, which played final matches on the same day. U.S. women’s national team players and soccer analysts argued that a World Cup final should never compete for viewers – regardless of gender.

Despite the missed opportunity to set even higher viewing records in North America, World Cup viewership spiked around the world.

According to the report, the average live match had an audience of 17.27 million viewers, more than double the 2015 average live match audience (8.39 million). The Asia region delivered the most unique viewers across television and digital platforms. A total of 414.1 million viewers watched at least one minute of World Cup coverage (37.1% of the global total), with China alone delivering 342.6 million viewers.

How to watch the 2019 fifa women’s world cup online (without cable)

The Women’s World Cup is here. As the U.S. women’s national team begins its quest to repeat as world champion, there’s one thing on the mind of every soccer fan: How to watch Women’s World Cup 2019?

The 2019 Women’s World Cup will be broadcast in the United States by FOX (English) and Telemundo (Spanish). But not every game will be on FOX or Telemundo, as both networks will spread the matches on its various networks.

JP Dellacamera and Aly Wagner will lead FOX’s coverage while Andrés Cantor is the biggest name on Telemundo’s coverage.

How To Watch Women’s World Cup 2019 (In The U.S.)

  • TV: FOX (Fox, FS1, FS2); Telemundo (Telemundo, Universo, Telemundo Deportes), NBCSN
  • Streaming: FoxSportsGo.com; TelemundoDeportes.com, fuboTV, Sling Blue, Hulu Live, PlayStation Vue

Matches in the 2019 Women’s World Cup will be available in English on one of three TV channels: Fox, FS1 and FS2. Of the 52 matches, 27 will be on FS1, FOX’s primary cable sports network. A record 22 will be on broadcast TV (Fox), with the remaining three on FS2 (during simultaneous kick-offs in the group stage).

In Spanish, 21 matches will be on Telemundo with 24 more on Telemundo Deportes. Unfortunately, seven will only be available on Telemundo Deportes’ digital platforms (TelemundoDeportes.com). But the 21 matches on Telemundo is the most ever for Spanish-language TV in the U.S., more than doubling what we got in 2015. Additionally, NBCSN will some broadcast matches in Spanish, starting with the USWNT’s round-of-16 meeting with Spain.

If you want to know how to watch Women’s World Cup matches if you have cut the cord, you have multiple streaming options. If you don’t have a cable subscription, you can subscribe to fuboTV (our pick for soccer fans), Sling Blue, Hulu Live or PlayStation Vue. Each of those streaming options have free trials, and if you’re clever you can string them all together to watch the entire Women’s World Cup without paying a dime.

How to watch the 2019 fifa women’s world cup online (without cable)

When it comes to how to watch Women’s World Cup matches involving the USWNT, all U.S. group-stage matches will be on Fox. Depending on whether the team wins its group, it is likely the USWNT knockout round matches will be on FS1 until the final.

In addition to Dellacamera and Wagner, FOX is calling on Derek Rae-Danielle Slaton, Jenn Hildreth-Kyndra de St. Aubin, Glenn Davis-Angela Hucles and Lisa Byington-Cat Whitehill as its commentary teams. FOX’s studio talent will include Heather O’Reilly, Alexi Lalas, Kelly Smith, Rob Stone and Kate Abdo, while the likes of Christie Pearce Rampone, Ariane Hingst, Karina LeBlanc, Kate Gill, Leslie Osborne and Eniola Aluko also joining in for analysis.

In addition to how to watch Women’s World Cup 2019, check out our list of 18 players to watch this summer. For more on how the Women’s World Cup works, check out our guide for the entire 2019 tournament. Keep reading for how to watch Women’s World Cup matches, a TV schedule for all 52 games.

The Americans will face off Sunday against the Dutch national team. Here’s how to view the match online or on television.

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The United States’ women’s national soccer team will face off Sunday afternoon against the Netherlands in 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup finals.

Led by purple-haired captain and Trump nemesis Megan Rapinoe, the defending champion U.S. team has largely steamrolled the competition, handily winning Group F—including a record-breaking 13-0 pummeling of Thailand—before dispensing of Spain and France in the first two rounds of elimination.

On Tuesday, the Americans squared off against England in a nail-biter match to determine who proceeded to the finals. After a British goal was overturned on an off-sides call roughly 70 minutes into the match, the U.S. eventually broke a 1-1 tie and emerged victorious.

The U.S. team faced criticism, however, for its on-field etiquette after Alex Morgan made a “tea-drinking” gesture after scoring a goal against the Brits. “Wah, wah, wah. It’s like, we’re at the World Cup. What do you want us to do?” Rapinoe told reporters in response to outcry. “We work hard, we like to play hard.”

The Dutch national team, meanwhile, made quick work of Group E before defeating Japan, Italy, and Sweden in the three elimination rounds en route to the finals.

HOW TO WATCH THE finals live

The final match will take place Sunday, July 7, beginning at 11 a.m. ET at Stade de Lyon in Lyon, France.

U.S. viewers can catch the championship match live on FOX broadcast network, or they can live-stream it (cable-subscription access required) on the FOX Sports Go app.

Additionally, the match will be available to stream on fuboTV, a subscription-based over-the-top streaming service for live sports.

The FIFA Women’s World Cup kicks off today in France, and network executives are hoping to draw in the largest viewership of the tournament in history. Four years ago, the USA Women’s team defeated Japan in the final to win the tournament as 26 million fans tuned in. In fact, it became the most-watched soccer match in U.S. history, according to Nielsen. As Fox Sports and NBCUniversal’s Telemundo continue their exclusive coverage of the tournament this year—in their respective English and Spanish broadcasts—both networks have high expectations for even greater success this time around.

Fox Sports set the bar high for the tournament even prior to USA’s 2015 victory. The network made it a priority to elevate the tournament’s broadcast, and to ensure that the Women’s World Cup got as much attention and resources as the men’s tournament did. “We’re going in absolutely focused on bettering what we did four years ago. We’re not complacent. We’re not going to settle for what we did four years ago; we want to do better,” said David Neal, vice president of production at Fox Sports. More than two-thirds of the network’s broadcast and studio team for the tournament are women this year, including lead game analyst and former player for the USA Women’s team, Aly Wagner.

The network is also offering 4K broadcasts of the matches for the first time on the Fox Sports and Fox Now apps through an Apple TV or Roku device. The streaming apps will include 5.1 audio, which, paired with 4K, is supposed to simulate the stadium’s environment as closely as possible without actually being there.


On Telemundo, coverage will feature more Women’s World Cup matches than ever before on Spanish-language television. The network is airing 21 live games out of the 52—twice the amount of the 2015 tournament. Telemundo’s companion cable channel, Universo, will telecast 24 of the matches, while the Telemundo Deportes and NBC Sports apps will livestream every match of the competition.

The network’s digital and social media platforms will include exclusive short- and long-form content that spotlight the players, all match highlights, and the host city’s culture and ambiance surrounding the tournament. The network’s partnerships with bilingual social media influencers across the country will further help to create excitement throughout the month-long competition, and a late-night live show on Twitter, produced by the NBCUniversal Digital Lab, will air twice a week and focus on the key moments and stories of the tournament.

In partnership with NBC Sports’ On Her Turf, Telemundo also launched a 10-episode series called Off the Pitch which started in early May and features the behind-the-scenes lives of the players on the USA Women’s team to give viewers a more up, close and personal look at the team.

Telemundo will also open the tournament with a video essay that highlights more than 550 women participating in this year’s tournament, as well as interviews with prominent women in a variety of fields, including U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Colombian aerospace engineer Diana Trujillo:

With these networks bringing their A game, and with the USA Women’s team being a top contender this year, it’s sure to be a thrilling month of soccer and storytelling.

    How to watch the 2019 fifa women’s world cup online (without cable)

The U.S. women’s national team Face Sweden women’s Soccer team on Saturday night at Friends Arena in Stockholm, Sweden at 1:00 p.m. ET. 25th overall meeting For Two Team . The USWNT have been the absolute favorites in head-to-head duels, winning 12 games. Watch USWNT vs Sweden Live.

Sweden will be a tough first test for the new-look U.S. team. The Swedes were third-place finishers at this summer’s World Cup. These two teams met in the final group match of the tournament with the Americans winning 2-0 to win Group F.

The U.S. has won its last five matches and has a 34-0-3 record in its 37 matches following its 2019 loss at Stade Océane. It has won its last nine games in Europe – seven of which came during the USA’s run to the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup title. There’s serious Olympic slots on the line with just one more FIFA window after this before things kick off in Japan, although USSF may be pulling players outside of the window to prepare.

Watch USWNT vs Sweden Soccer Online

Date: Saturday, April 10
Time: 1:00 p.m. ET
Where: Friends Arena — Stockholm, Sweden
TV Channel: FOX

USWNT vs Sweden Game Prevew

Their most recent game was played on November 7, 2019, and it ended in a thriller 3-2 win for the US at the FIFA Women’s World Cup. It promises to be an even more exciting clash as they clash for the first time since then, in another Friendly match.

Sweden enters the match with the USA unbeaten in its last eight matches, with its last loss coming over a year ago in a 2-1 defeat to Denmark in the 2020 Algarve Cup in Portugal. The Blue and Yellow have taken the field twice since the calendar turned to 2021, playing a pair of matches during the February FIFA international window.

The USWNT has played Sweden 40 times in its history, winning 23 of those games while losing six and drawing 11. The two teams have been drawn together in the group stage at the past four World Cups, with the USWNT defeating Sweden 2-0 in group play at the 2019 World Cup.

USWNT vs Sweden Team News

Alex Morgan and the USWNT are getting ready for a friendly against No. 5 Sweden tomorrow. And there’s no love lost between the two teams. Morgan and several other of the NWSL’s biggest stars are in USWNT camp in Sweden ahead of their game on Saturday before travelling to France for their second friendly on April 13.

Lilly is currently the oldest player to score a goal for the USA at 38 years, 264 days. Lloyd will be 38 years, 268 days old on April 10 when the USA squares off against Sweden.

USA vs Sweden Live Stream Free Without Cable

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It’s the age the digital technology and live streaming is taking over traditional USWNT vs Sweden Soccer cable TV. The reason being that cable TV is more expensive in comparison. There is no contract with live streaming channel either. Also, the video quality is fantastic.

With fuboTV, you can watch Sweden vs. USWNT and tons more international friendlies games with a 7-day trial. With the legal streaming service, you can watch the game on your computer, smartphone, tablet, Roku, Apple TV or hook it up to your TV with Google Chromecast.

FILE – United States' Tim Weah, left, goes up for the ball against Mexico's Hector Herrera during the first half of a FIFA World Cup qualifying soccer match Nov. 12, 2021, in Cincinnati. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez, File)

The CONCACAF FIFA World Cup Qualifiers are back, and Team USA is playing El Salvador for the first match of 2022 at Lower.com Field in Ohio on Thursday, January 27 (1/27/2022).

USA vs. El Salvador will be broadcast live on ESPN2 in the United States, and can be streamed live on fuboTV, Sling and other live TV services. It is the only match of the week that cannot be streamed on Paramount+.

Team USA returns from the holiday break with a 4-3-1 record, in 2nd place in the World Cup Qualification standings behind Canada, who are ahead by a single draw. Last time out in November, the US Men drew 1-1 with Jamaica.

El Salvador open as a +1150 underdog, according to BetMGM. They are No. 7 in the qualifiers (1-3-4), hoping for a big upset at this stage of the tournament, with just six matches left for the year.

What is the CONCACAF World Cup qualifier TV schedule Thursday?

All times ET on Thursday, January 27 (1/27/2022).

  • Jamaica vs. Mexico, 7 p.m. on CBS Sports Network, Telemundo. Stream on fuboTV, Paramount+, DirecTV Stream, Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV.
  • USA vs. El Salvador, 7 p.m. on ESPN2, TUDN. Stream on fuboTV, Sling, DirecTV Stream, Vidgo, Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV.
  • Honduras vs. Canada, 8:05 p.m. on Paramount+.
  • Costa Rica vs. Panama, 9:05 p.m. on NBC Universo. Stream on fuboTV, Paramount+, Sling, DirecTV Stream, Hulu + Live TV, YouTube TV.

Fans with a cable subscription can log into ESPN.com, CBSSports.com and NBC.com, or associated apps, to watch live streams of the game on each respective network for free. Cord cutters can sign up for a free trial of a live TV service, such as fuboTV, to enjoy the games for free for a limited time.

Where can I watch locally?

Wolff’s Biergarten, at 106 Montgomery St in Syracuse, will have several of the games showing on Thursday and Friday. See a full schedule of soccer showing at Wolff’s on their website.

Can I bet on the match?

Mobile sports betting was recently legalized in New York, which means you can now bet on US and International soccer from your phone. We’ve compiled some of the best introductory offers to help navigate your first bets from BetMGM (see offer), Caesars Sportsbook (see offer), DraftKings (see offer), FanDuel (see offer) and BetRivers (see offer).

The United States women’s national team has booked its spot in the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup final, looking for back-to-back championships for the first time in history.

Here’s everything to know about the USWNT at the Women’s World Cup, including how to watch USA matches on TV and stream online, plus a full schedule and updated standings.

USWNT scores, TV schedule at Women’s World Cup 2019

All USA games will air on either Fox or Fox Sports 1 with Spanish broadcast available on Telemundo and NBC Universo.

Group stage

Date Matchup
June 11 USA 13, Thailand 0
June 16 USA 3, Chile 0
June 20 USA 2, Sweden 0

Knockout stage

Date Matchup
June 24 USA 2, Spain 1
June 28 USA 2, France 1
July 2 USA 2, England 1

Final

Date Result Time (Channel)
July 7 USA vs. Netherlands 11 a.m. ET (Fox)

How to watch USA World Cup games live online

All of the USWNT’s matches will be streamed on FoxSports.com, the Fox Sports app or by signing up for fuboTV, which offers a free seven-day trial.

USA’s Women’s World Cup 2019 roster

The 23-player roster for the USWNT is headlined by veteran leadership and young talent. Forward Carli Lloyd leads the team, making her fourth World Cup roster. Following close behind Lloyd with three tournaments are six World Cup winners: Megan Rapinoe, Alex Morgan, Tobin Heath, Becky Sauerbrunn, Kelley O’Hara and Ali Krieger.

Eleven of the 23 players are heading to their first World Cup tournament.

Player Position Club Team
Adrianna Franch Goalkeeper Portland Thorns FC
Ashlyn Harris Goalkeeper Orlando Pride
Alyssa Naeher Goalkeeper Chicago Red Stars
Abby Dahlkemper Defender NC Courage
Tierna Davidson Defender Chicago Red Stars
Crystal Dunn Defender NC Courage
Ali Krieger Defender Orlando Pride
Kelley O’Hara Defender Utah Royals FC
Becky Sauerbrunn Defender Utah Royals FC
Emily Sonnett Defender Portland Thorns FC
Morgan Brian Midfielder Chicago Red Stars
Julie Ertz Midfielder Chicago Red Stars
Lindsey Horan Midfielder Portland Thorns FC
Rose Lavelle Midfielder Washington Spirit
Allie Long Midfielder Reign FC
Samantha Mewis Midfielder NC Courage
Tobin Heath Forward Portland Thorns FC
Carli Lloyd Forward Sky Blue FC
Jessica McDonald Forward NC Courage
Alex Morgan Forward Orlando Pride
Christen Press Forward Utah Royals FC
Mallory Pugh Forward Washington Spirit
Megan Rapinoe Forward Reign FC

FIFA Women’s World Cup standings

The 24 competing teams are divided into six groups. The four teams in each group play each other once in the group stage of the tournament. The two teams finishing first and second in each group automatically advance to the knockout rounds. The top four best third placed teams also advance to the knockouts.

From there, with 16 remaining teams, the competition is single elimination: survive and advance.

The 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup soccer tournament kicks off on Friday, June 7th from France with nine days worth of Group stage games. The USWNT is looking for a repeat title after winning their third overall Cup in 2015. If they do repeat then they will have won half of all the Women’s World Cup tournaments.

Unfortunately the US Women’s soccer team is not on the opening day schedule. Their first Group game is scheduled on Tuesday, June 11th against Thailand.

France and the Korea Republic will get the World Cup games underway Friday, followed by a trio of games on Saturday.

World Cup TV Channels

A total of four television channels will be carrying the 2019 Women’s World Cup soccer games. Two of the channels, Fox and Fox Sports 1, are dedicated to the English language broadcast.

Games televised on either Telemundo or NBC Universo will have a Spanish language broadcast.

Watch World Cup Games Online

The Fox, Fox Sports 1 and Telemundo World Cup soccer games are available to watch online without cable through a FuboTV 7-day free trial. This live streaming service provides a 72-Hour Lookback feature, 50 hours of Cloud DVR service, and more.

Take advantage of the FubuTV 7-day free trial to watch many Women’s World Cup games online free.

NBC Universo is available in select markets on FuboTV as part of the core packages, and in other markets it must be added via the Sports Extra add-on for an additional small monthly fee.

Fox, FS1 and Telemundo are also available on the Hulu with Live TV streaming platform, with some exceptions depending on exactly where you live. Hulu with Live TV also offers cloud DVR recording and a host of other popular channels. The price for Hulu with Live TV is $44.99 a month.

Cable and satellite subscribers can log directly into the live streams for the Women’s World Cup TV channels through the following links, or by downloading the mobile apps for each respective network:

2019 Women’s World Cup TV Schedule

The following 2019 Women’s World Cup TV schedule includes every Group stage game as well as both channel — English and Spanish broadcasts — each game can be watched on.