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Friday, 7 June 2019
Live
3:00pm Group A
9:00pm local (Paris)
Parc des Princes
France vs Korea Republic
Saturday, 8 June 2019
Live
9:00am Group B
3:00pm local (Rennes)
Roazhon Park
Germany vs China
Live
12:00pm Group B
6:00pm local (Le Havre)
Stade Océane
Spain vs South Africa
Live
3:00pm Group A
9:00pm local (Reims)
Stade Auguste-Delaune II
Norway vs Nigeria
Sunday, 9 June 2019
Live
7:00am Group C
1:00pm local (Valenciennes)
Stade du Hainaut
Australia vs Italy
Live
9:30am Group C
3:30pm local (Grenoble)
Stade des Alpes
Brazil vs Jamaica
Live
12:00pm Group D
6:00pm local (Nice)
Allianz Riviera
England vs Scotland
Monday, 10 June 2019
Live
12:00pm Group D
6:00pm local (Paris)
Parc des Princes
Argentina vs Japan
Live
3:00pm Group E
9:00pm local (Montpellier)
Stade de la Mosson
Canada vs Cameroon
Tuesday, 11 June 2019
Live
9:00am Group E
3:00pm local (Le Havre)
Stade Océane
New Zealand vs Netherlands
Live
12:00pm Group F
6:00pm local (Rennes)
Roazhon Park
Chile vs Sweden
Live
3:00pm Group F
9:00pm local (Reims)
Stade Auguste-Delaune II
USA vs Thailand
Wednesday, 12 June 2019
Live
9:00am Group A
3:00pm local (Grenoble)
Stade des Alpes
Nigeria vs Korea Republic
Live
12:00pm Group B
6:00pm local (Valenciennes)
Stade du Hainaut
Germany vs Spain
Live
3:00pm Group A
9:00pm local (Nice)
Allianz Riviera
France vs Norway
Thursday, 13 June 2019
Live
12:00pm Group C
6:00pm local (Montpellier)
Stade de la Mosson
Australia vs Brazil
Live
3:00pm Group B
9:00pm local (Paris)
Parc des Princes
South Africa vs China
Friday, 14 June 2019
Live
9:00am Group D
3:00pm local (Rennes)
Roazhon Park
Japan vs Scotland
Live
12:00pm Group C
6:00pm local (Reims)
Stade Auguste-Delaune II
Jamaica vs Italy
Live
3:00pm Group D
9:00pm local (Le Havre)
Stade Océane
England vs Argentina
Saturday, 15 June 2019
Live
9:00am Group E
3:00pm local (Valenciennes)
Stade du Hainaut
Netherlands vs Cameroon
Live
3:00pm Group E
9:00pm local (Grenoble)
Stade des Alpes
Canada vs New Zealand
Sunday, 16 June 2019
Live
9:00am Group F
3:00pm local (Nice)
Allianz Riviera
Sweden vs Thailand
Live
12:00pm Group F
6:00pm local (Paris)
Parc des Princes
USA vs Chile
Monday, 17 June 2019
Live
12:00pm Group B
6:00pm local (Le Havre)
Stade Océane
China vs Spain
Live
12:00pm Group B
6:00pm local (Montpellier)
Stade de la Mosson
South Africa vs Germany
Live
3:00pm Group A
9:00pm local (Reims)
Stade Auguste-Delaune II
Korea Republic vs Norway
Live
3:00pm Group A
9:00pm local (Rennes)
Roazhon Park
Nigeria vs France
Tuesday, 18 June 2019
Live
3:00pm Group C
9:00pm local (Valenciennes)
Stade du Hainaut
Italy vs Brazil
Live
3:00pm Group C
9:00pm local (Grenoble)
Stade des Alpes
Jamaica vs Australia
Wednesday, 19 June 2019
Live
3:00pm Group D
9:00pm local (Nice)
Allianz Riviera
Japan vs England
Live
3:00pm Group D
9:00pm local (Paris)
Parc des Princes
Scotland vs Argentina
Thursday, 20 June 2019
Live
12:00pm Group E
6:00pm local (Montpellier)
Stade de la Mosson
Cameroon vs New Zealand
Live
12:00pm Group E
6:00pm local (Reims)
Stade Auguste-Delaune II
Netherlands vs Canada
Live
3:00pm Group F
9:00pm local (Le Havre)
Stade Océane
Sweden vs USA
Live
3:00pm Group F
9:00pm local (Rennes)
Roazhon Park
Thailand vs Chile
Saturday, 22 June 2019
Live
11:30am Round of 16
3:00pm local (Grenoble)
Stade des Alpes
1B vs 3ACD
Live
3:00pm Round of 16
6:30pm local (Nice)
Stade de Nice
2A vs 2C
Sunday, 23 June 2019
Live
11:30am Round of 16
5:30pm local (Valenciennes)
Stade du Hainaut
1D vs 3BEF
Live
3:00pm Round of 16
9:00pm local (Le Havre)
Stade Océane
1A vs 3CDE
Monday, 24 June 2019
Live
12:00pm Round of 16
6:00pm local (Reims)
Stade Auguste-Delaune
2B vs 1F
Live
3:00pm Round of 16
9:00pm local (Paris)
Parc des Princes
2F vs 2E
Tuesday, 25 June 2019
Live
12:00pm Round of 16
6:00pm local (Montpellier)
Stade de la Mosson
1C vs 3ABF
Live
3:00pm Round of 16
9:00pm local (Rennes)
Roazhon Park
1E vs 2D
Thursday, 27 June 2019
Live
3:00pm Quarter Final 1
9:00pm local (Le Havre)
Stade Océane
Quarter Final 1
Friday, 28 June 2019
Live
3:00pm Quarter Final 2
9:00pm local (Paris)
Parc des Princes
Quarter Final 2
Saturday, 29 June 2019
Live
9:00am Quarter Final 3
3:00pm local (Valenciennes)
Stade du Hainaut
Quarter Final 3
Live
12:30pm Quarter Final 4
6:30pm local (Rennes)
Roazhon Park
Quarter Final 4
Tuesday, 2 July 2019
Live
3:00pm Semi-final 1
9:00pm local (Lyon)
Stade de Lyon
Semi Final 1
Wednesday, 3 July 2019
Live
3:00pm Semi-final 2
9:00pm local (Lyon)
Stade de Lyon
Semi Final 2
Saturday, 6 July 2019
Live
11:00am Third place match
5:00pm local (Nice)
Stade de Nice
Third Place Game

Channels licensed to broadcast FIFA Women's World Cup in United States

Fox Sports
Fox Sports » Seasons 2015-2023
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NBC Sports
NBC Sports » Seasons 2015-2023
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Telemundo Inc
Telemundo Inc » Seasons 2015-2023
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fuboTV
fuboTV » Season 2019
Futbol de Primera Radio
Futbol de Primera Radio » Seasons 2015-2022
Twitter
Twitter » Season 2019
Fox Sports USA and social media platform Twitter will share content during FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 in France.
The agreement includes a daily live show streamed exclusively on Twitter featuring match previews, recaps, highlights, guest appearances.Twitter feed will also post every goal from tournament just moments after it is scored, along with other video clips highlighting key moments during games.

 

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Get a breakdown of Telemundo's 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup live programming in Spanish.
Official global broadcast guide for the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup: fixtures time, dates, TV and streaming schedule
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Lloyd's audacious halfway strike stuns the watching world - FIFA.com
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From Michelle Akers' Final brace to Brandi Chastain's iconic celebration, from Nia Kunzer's Golden Goal to Saki Kumagai's penalty heroics, the FIFA Women's
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Araya-Lara, Chile’s World Cup double act - FIFA.com
“I get goosebumps just thinking that we've qualified for the World Cup,” says central midfielder Karen Araya, the emotion evident in her voice and eyes.
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About FIFA Women's World Cup

FIFA Women’s World Cup

The FIFA Women’s World Cup is a competition that is run by football’s governing body since 1991, when the first edition of this tournament was held in China. This tournament, like the men’s version, is held once every four years.

The number of teams has increased since the tournament’s inception. Back in 1991, twelve teams fought for the title, but the upcoming 2019 tournament will have 24 teams aiming to win the competition.

The United States Women’s National Team is the most successful in the history of this competition. The USWNT has won three titles so far, followed closely by the German team that won back-to-back titles in 2003 and 2007.

The 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup was held in Canada. The tournament was won by the USWNT, as the American team defeated Japan with a 5-2 score.

The 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup will be held in France from June 7 to July 7, 2019. With 24 teams playing in this competition, the two best teams from each of the six groups will make it to the KO stage, with the four best 3rd places will join them in that stage.

FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019

The 2019 edition of the FIFA Women’s World Cup will be taking place in France for the first time ever, following the superb tournament held in Canada four years ago. This will be the eighth edition of the Women’s World Cup, since the tournament’s birth in 1991. France will be come the third European nation to host the tournament, following Sweden (1995) and Germany (2011).

When is the 2019 Women’s World Cup being played?

  • Group Stage: June 7 to June 20.
  • Round of 16: June 22 to June 25.
  • Quarter finals: June 27 to June 29.
  • Semi-finals: July 2-3.
  • Third-place match: July 6.
  • Final: July 7.

Which teams will participate in the 2019 Women’s World Cup?

  • Group A: France (host nation), South Korea, Norway, Nigeria.
  • Group B: Germany, China, Spain, South Africa.
  • Group C: Australia, Italy, Brazil, Jamaica.
  • Group D: England, Scotland, Argentina, Japan.
  • Group E: Canada, Cameroon, New Zealand, The Netherlands.
  • Group F: United States, Thailand, Chile, Sweden.

*Chile, Jamaica, Scotland and South Africa will make their debut in this competition, while Brazil, Germany, Japan, Nigeria, Norway, Sweden and the United States’ teams will play their eighth Women’s World Cup, keeping their streaks as the only nations to qualify to the eight editions of the tournament since 1991.

What cities are hosting the Women's World Cup in France?
Paris, Lyon, Nice, Montpellier, Rennes, Le Havre, Valenciennes, Reims, Grenoble.

This will be a historic Women’s World Cup edition, since the use of the Video Assistant Referee has been allowed by FIFA. VAR technology will be there to assist all 27 refs and 48 assistants that will officiate in France, with their sights set on honoring fair play and justice.

What are the 2019 Women's World Cup broadcasting channels?

USA:

TV: FOX and FOX Sports 1 are your options in the USA if English is your native language, and will be providing full coverage of the tournament from kick-off during the opening match to the final whistle on July 7th. If you speak Spanish, feel free to check out Telemundo and Universo.

Online streaming and on-demand: Both English and Spanish speakers have options to catch the game on the go as well. For English speakers, FOX Sports GO provides access via your mobile devices, whilst Telemundo Deportes En Vivo is available for Spanish-speakers. FuboTV is a great choice as you can use it whether you prefer to view the game in English or Spanish.

UK:

TV: The ever-reliable BBC will provide full coverage of each and every game on TV and radio throughout the course of the entire tournament. BBC1 and BBC2 will be your channels to consult to support the Three Lionesses as they look to better their third-place finish from the 2015 edition.

Online streaming and on-demand: Check out the BBC sport website for online streaming options throughout the course of the tournament, and iPlayer will be another reliable source as well for fans.

Canada:

TV: TSN will provide coverage of all games taking place at this summer's tournament - in English. French-speakers can view the games via RDS, which will be showing all the matches from start to finish. Meanwhile, CTV will only be showing the Canadian national team's games - so Team Canada supporters will naturally hope that the squad will go far in France this summer!

Online streaming and on-demand: TSN GO, RDS GO, and CTV GO are the corresponding on the go options for the aforementioned TV channels.

France:

TV: Canal+ and TF1 will provide full coverage of the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup for France-based fans not able to make to the stadiums to watch the games live.

Online streaming and on-demand: Please note that whilst Canal+ will only provide TV coverage, TF1 will provide full mobile and internet coverage for fans wishing to view the games on alternate devices.

In addition, Radio France will be also covering select games for fans who wish to go the old-fashioned route and tune into games like how their grandparents did back in the day.

Germany:

TV: German broadcasters ARD and ZDF will be carrying all matches of the 2019 Women's World Cup from the group stages to the final.

Online streaming and on-demand: Both ARD and ZDF will provide online streaming and on-demand options for fans on their mobile devices and computers.

Netherlands:

TV: NPO 1, 2, and 3 will provide full coverage of the tournament from the opening game all the way through to the final.

Online streaming and on-demand: If you prefer access via the Internet, NPO will also give you the freedom to access the games via computer or your mobile device.

Spain:

TV: Mediapro will be your source to catch all the action from the upcoming tournament if you are based in Spain. GOL will be one of the channels providing coverage of all the games.

Online streaming and on-demand: In addition, Mediapro will also be the place to follow the women's national team online and on-demand as they hope to cause major waves in France this summer.

Australia:

TV: Optus Sport will be showing all matches of the highly-anticipated 2019 Women's World Cup, starting from the group stages to the final.

Online streaming and on-demand: If watching the games on the go is your thing, you're in luck, as Optus Sport will also provide online streaming and on-demand coverage for fans to stay on top of the action from their computers, mobiles, tablets, and other devices.

SBS Australia is another option - however, unlike Optus Sport, SBS will not provide full coverage of the tournament and will only show select games on TV, mobile, internet, and radio.

Did you know? The USWNT has played 43 FIFA WWC games in history. Thirty-three of those games have ended in a victory for the Stars and Stripes.

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