FIFA Women's World Cup
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Where can you watch FIFA Women's World Cup in United States?
The competition will be available to watch on linear TV channels Telemundo and Universo, with Telemundo carrying 33 games and Universo getting to broadcast 31. To make the tournament available to all, Peacock will handle live streaming coverage for all games.
The Spanish-language company will cover the tournament on-site and with a detailed studio coverage, having Ana Jurka and Miguel Gurwitz as anchors, and with the help of veteran reporter Carlos Yustis and Premier League host Carlota Vizmanos. As a cherry on top, journalist Verónica Rodríguez will host Zona Mixta, the show being aired during the weekends for the entirety of the tournament.
Live games will be called by the multi-Emmy winner Andrés Cantor, who will team up with former Chivas midfielder Manuel Sol and former coach Natalia Astrain for all top games. Additional coverage will be handled by Sammy Sadovnik, Copán Álvarez, Daniella López-Guajaro and Jorge Calvo, among others. Live game commentary will be provided by the heralded Eduardo Biscayart and journalist Diana Rincón.
To provide a deeper view of the competition, Telemundo will add expert help to their coverage with some special guests, which will include Deyna Castellanos (Venezuelan National Team), Isabella Echeverri (Colombian NT), Janelly Farías (Mexico National Team), Jaime Herrera ( former Mexican ref), Kenti Robles (Mexico NT), Maxi Rodríguez (Argentine National Team), Lucila Venegas (Mexican ref), and many more.
This edition of the Women’s World Cup will be one for the record books, as it will mark the first time for U.S. television where a tournament of this kind is aired in its entirety on Spanish-spoken TV. Added to that, this will be the first edition of the Women’s World Cup that will be available to stream live via Peacock.
About FIFA Women's World Cup
FIFA Women's World Cup History, Format, Organization, Media Coverage
The FIFA Women’s World Cup is a quadrennial women’s international football competition featuring women’s national football teams of FIFA’s member associations. It was created in 1991 and has been held every four years since.
The first edition of the FIFA Women’s World Cup featured 12 teams, before it was expanded to 16 in 1999, 24 in 2015, and 32 in 2023. In its current format, the 32 teams are divided into eight groups of four. Each team plays its other group members once, with the top two teams from each group qualifying for the round of 16.
The round of 16, quarter-finals, and semi-finals are all single elimination games. The two losers of the semi-finals have the opportunity to compete for a third-placed medal in the consolation match, while the winners of the semi-finals feature in the final. To date, the United States are by far the most successful team in FIFA Women’s World Cup history, with more titles won than any other side. In 2011, Japan made history as the first Asian nation (both men’s and women’s) to win a World Cup.
In the USA, the FIFA Women’s World Cup was broadcast for the first time in 1991 by SportsChannel America, before ESPN acquired TV broadcast rights for the 1995, 1999, 2003, 2007, and 2011 editions. During that time frame, ESPN featured matches on ESPN, ESPN2, and ABC. However, Fox Sports secured the English-language broadcast TV and live-streaming rights to the FIFA Women’s World Cup in 2015, 2019, and 2023. Peacock secured live-streaming Spanish-language rights to the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup, which was also shown on TV on Telemundo and Universo. Prior to this, Spanish-language broadcast rights were under the umbrella of Televisa Univision from 2003 to 2011.
Elsewhere, the BBC held exclusive UK TV broadcast rights to the FIFA Women’s World Cup for the 2007, 2011, 2015, and 2019 editions before ITV signed a non-exclusive broadcast deal to cover the 2023 competition in conjunction with the BBC.