South American giants Brazil will begin their 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup campaign with a clash against debutant side Panama.

After yet another triumph at the Copa America, Brazil will hope that result will finally translate into a positive result at this summer's World Cup. The South American giants are just one of seven teams to have taken part at every single World Cup to date, but have never gotten their hands on the coveted prize.

In fact, only Japan, in 2011, were able to break the stranglehold that CONCACAF and UEFA have on the World Cup trophy, with the USWNT winning four of the eight prior competitions. Brazil will hope that long wait for a World Cup title will end this summer, and they will certainly be fancying their chances at kicking off their current campaign on a good foot. For starters, they have never lost a World Cup opener, with eight wins from their past eight tournaments, and will be facing a team who have never featured at a World Cup prior to this year's event.

With Jamaica shockingly holding France to a historic draw, Brazil can take advantage of France's slip-up to move into top spot in Group F if they can, as many expect, beat debutant side Panama on Monday. The minnows come into this match having suffered two heavy back to back defeats in their World Cup warm-up friendlies as they were thrashed 7-0 by Spain and 5-0 by Japan, so their confidence will not exactly be sky-high ahead of this tough test.

Team news: Brazil vs Panama

Brazil: No injury or any other concerns for Brazil ahead of this game.

Panama: Likewise, Panama should have a full-strength squad available for this tie.

Match facts: Brazil vs Panama

  • Panama are making their first ever Women's World Cup appearance...
  • ...while Brazil are one of seven sides who have featured at all eight prior World Cup competitions

Broadcast info: Brazil vs Panama

Where can I watch Brazil vs Panama live?

USA: For fans in the USA, there are plenty of options to tune into the Brazil vs Panama game, which kicks off at 7 AM EST (4 PM PST).

These options include catching the game on TV via Fox Sports 1, while FOX Sports App provides an on-the-go choice and the match can also be streamed via or Peacock.

For Spanish-speakers, they can check out Telemundo and Telemundo Deportes En Vivo.

In addition, FuboTV and Sling TV offer additional live-streaming services, with Fox Sports 1 available on both FuboTV and Sling TV, while Spanish-speakers also will find their channels available on FuboTV.

Brazil: Viewers in Brazil have a variety of TV and live-streaming options, including Canais Globo, NOW NET e Claro, SporTV, Globo, and

Panama: ViX, RPC, Tigo Sports Panama, Medcom GO, and TVMax are your options if you're living in Panama and want to support the team on their debut journey.

Live elsewhere? Here's how you can catch Brazil vs Panama live from wherever you are based:


Match details, result and original broadcast info

Brazil 4 - 0 Panama

July 24, 2023 7:00amHindmarsh Stadium (Adelaide)

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Live TV coverage and streaming in United States

Fox Sports 1 USA
Telemundo Deportes En Vivo
FOX Sports App