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Table

 

Pos.TeamMPWDLGFGAGDPForm
Group A
1 Great Britain 3 2 1 0 4 1 +3 7 DWW
2 Canada 3 1 2 0 4 3 +1 5 DWD
3 Japan 3 1 1 1 2 2 0 4 WLD
4 Chile 3 0 0 3 1 5 -4 0 LLL
Group B
1 Netherlands 3 2 1 0 21 8 +13 7 WDW
2 Brazil 3 2 1 0 9 3 +6 7 WDW
3 Zambia 3 0 1 2 7 15 -8 1 LDL
4 China 3 0 1 2 6 17 -11 1 LDL
Group C
1 Sweden 3 3 0 0 9 2 +7 9 WWW
2 USA 3 1 1 1 6 4 +2 4 DWL
3 Australia 3 1 1 1 4 5 -1 4 DLW
4 New Zealand 3 0 0 3 2 10 -8 0 LLL
Ranking of third-placed teams
1 Japan 3 1 1 1 2 2 0 4 WLD
2 Australia 3 1 1 1 4 5 -1 4 DLW
3 Zambia 3 0 1 2 7 15 -8 1 LDL
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Channels licensed to broadcast Olympic Soccer - Women in United States

NBC Sports
NBC Sports » Seasons 2018-2032
NBCUniversal has maintained exclusive television and digital rights to the Olympic Games after first signing a nearly $8 billion media rights deal with the IOC in 2014. Under the terms of this arrangement, NBC will get to cover all Olympic Games until 2032 via its family of channels.

The 2020 Olympic Games, including the women’s soccer competition, will be broadcast on a variety of channels, including NBC, USA, CNBC, NBCSN, and Olympic Channel: Home of Team USA.
More details Spanish language coverage will be provided via Telemundo and Univision. The network will show over 7,000 hours of Olympic coverage, including both the women’s and men’s soccer tournaments.

Bonus features include match highlights, pre and post game analysis, interviews with pundits, former players, and other analysts, and other carefully curated content especially dedicated to the USWNT.

Matches will be also live-streamed on Peacock, NBC’s over-the-top subscription service in high definition. Subscribers can access coverage in both English and Spanish. Additional live-streaming options include NBCOlympics.com in English and TelemundoDeportes.com in
Spanish.

In addition, viewers can also use the NBC Sports App or the Telemundo Deportes App for access while on the go via Android and iOS devices in the language of their choice.

Available on:
Telemundo » Spanish-language subscribers will be able to view matches on Telemundo and live-stream games via TelemundoDeportes.com and the Telemundo Deportes App.

 

News

Olympic Soccer [Women]: Where to watch the USWNT vs Canada on August 2, 2021

The two North American countries will be involved in penultimate clash in the women's soccer tournament at Tokyo 2020.

Olympic Soccer (Women) - Watch Australia vs Sweden on August 2, 2021

The Blagult will try to return to a gold medal match as they did in Rio 2016, but the highly-motivated Australian side will not go down without a fight.

Sweden vs Japan: Hosts look to finally get off the mark against high-flying Sweden - July 30

Hosts Japan qualified for the quarter-finals despite having the weakest attack so far at the 2020 Olympic Games. Can the 2011 World Cup winners get up and running as they take on Sweden?

Netherlands vs USWNT: Re-match between 2019 WWC finalists on July 30th

It's a rematch between the 2019 Women's World Cup finalists as the Netherlands and the USWNT lock horns in the 2020 Olympic Games quarter-finals.

Olympic Soccer (Women) - How to watch the Quarter-finals on July 30, 2021

Only eight teams are left in the tournament, and there will be some interesting pairings to define the semi-finals. Here's your guide for Friday's games.

Olympic Soccer (Women) - How to watch Matchday 3 on July 27, 2021

Only two teams have secured their place in the next round, which means that there will be much to play for on the final games of the group stage.

USWNT vs Australia: Will the Stars and Stripes soar or fall against Australia on July 27th?

After finally getting back to winning ways on matchday 2, the USWNT will look to secure a spot in the knockout rounds as they take on Australia for their final group stage game.

Olympics Soccer (Women): Where to watch the Netherlands vs Brazil live on July 24, 2021

The Netherlands' women's team will clash with Brazil in the second group game of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

Olympic Soccer (Women) - How to watch Matchday 2 on July 24, 2021

The first games of the competition left quite a few records and surprising results. Let's see what Matchday 2 of the Olympic football tournament has in store.

Zambia's Barbra Banda sets multiple records despite heavy loss to the Netherlands

Although the debutants suffered a true baptism by fire as they were crushed by the Netherlands, it was still a day to remember for striker Barbra Banda.

 

About Olympic Soccer - Women

The Olympic Football Tournament for Women was added to the Olympic program in 1996. It is considered by many fans and experts as a "mini Women's World Cup", mainly because senior teams are allowed to play, contrary to what happens in the Men’s category where participation is reserved to U-23 squads and a limited number of veterans per roster. Women's Olympic Soccer has given fans around the world a chance to witness some historic moments in women’s football, such as attendance records for a women’s game, added to other feats.

The tournament has evolved since its inception, especially in the number of participants. Back in 1996, there were only eight teams invited to play in this competition. Nowadays, twelve teams from around the world get the chance to dream about winning Olympic gold medals.

The Olympic Football Tournament competition consists of a round-robin group stage followed by a knockout stage. The participating countries are placed into groups of 4 teams, where each team plays each one another once in the group. A win attracts three points while one point is awarded for a draw. A defeat merits no point.

The two teams that finish at the top of each group, along with the top two third-place finishers progress to the knockout rounds. The knockout rounds feature single-elimination games consisting of quarterfinals, semifinals, and the gold and bronze medal matches.

The Olympic Women's Football competition slots are allocated as follows:

- UEFA: Three places
- CAF: One place
- AFC: Two places (excluding Japan)
- CONMEBOL: One place
- CONCACAF: Two places
- Oceanía: One place

In the qualifying phases, a playoff between the runners-up in the CAF Olympic Qualifiers and the Copa América Femenina runners-up was also scheduled. In terms of the tournament's composition at Tokyo, all 12 teams are drawn into three groups. The two best teams of every group are joined in the knockout stages by the two best-third placed nations in the competition.

Did you know?

The USWNT is the first team in Women's Olympic Football history to win three gold medals thrice in succession (2004,2008, 2012).

In the 2018 edition of the Olympic Games that took place in Brazil, the USWNT failed to reach the semi-final stage for the first time ever. Germany claimed their first Women's Soccer Olympics gold medal by defeating Sweden in the final match, while Canada earned the bronze medal after beating the hosts.

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