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How to watch 5 NWSL games on June 19 & 20

How to watch 5 NWSL games on June 19 & 20, including Orlando Pride vs. Gotham FC

June 18, 2021 By Juan Aguerrevere
Some of the league’s biggest stars represented their countries during international break. They are now back after a two-week absence and ready for NWSL action. Learn how you can watch five league games on Saturday, June 19, and Sunday, June 20.

A matchup between the Orlando Pride and Gotham FC headlines this weekend’s NWSL games. But first, let us take a look at the other four games that will unfold before the match of the weekend between Orlando and Gotham.

NC Courage vs. OL Reign on Saturday, June 19, at 4 p.m. ET

The North Carolina Courage and OL Reign are living sub-par starts to their 2020 season. Paul Riley’s Courage sits seventh in the NWSL table after one win, one draw and two losses. Meanwhile, Farid Benstiti’s OL Reign find themselves in eight-place with the same record as North Carolina, but a worse goal differential.

Americans and Canadians can catch coverage of the game on big CBS. Also, fans in the USA can watch the game online via Paramount+. Regarding fans elsewhere in the world, Twitch will stream the game internationally.

Chicago Red Stars vs. Washington Spirit on Saturday, June 19, at 8 p.m. ET

The Chicago Red Stars bounced back from an embarrassing 5-0 loss to the Portland Thorns on opening weekend, winning two and drawing one of their next four games. On the other hand, the Washington Spirit will look to extend their three-game undefeated streak – two wins, one draw – against the Red Stars on Saturday. Moreover, in-form forward Ashley Hatch will look for her third goal in four matches.

NWSL fans from around the world can tune into Twitch to catch all the action. 

Racing Louisville vs. Houston Dash on Sunday, June 20, at 3 p.m. ET

Ninth-place Racing Louisville finds itself in a three-way tie with North Carolina and OL Reign. A win against the Houston Dash will see Racing go level in points with the Texan ensemble. However, the expansion side will have to deal with English forward Rachel Daly, who has two goals this season, and the USA’s Kristie Mewis, who is tied for most assists with two. 

The game will be available in the USA online via Paramount+ and internationally on Twitch.

Portland Thorns vs. Kansas City on Sunday, June 20, at 4 p.m. ET

Like Racing Louisville, fellow expansion side Kansas City has found it hard to acclimate to the NWSL’s highly competitive stage. KC is yet to win its first regular-season game – 2 draws, 3 losses – and now face the force to be reckoned with, the Portland Thorns. The Thorns have not had the flawless run many thought they would go on, dropping two games against rivals OL Reign and the Orlando Pride.

The game will air live on CBS in the USA and Canada. Also, fans in the USA can watch the game online via Paramount+. Twitch has viewers covered elsewhere in the world.

Orlando Pride vs. Gotham FC on Sunday, June 20, at 6 p.m. ET

Alex Morgan’s Orlando Pride will take on a mighty Gotham FC team that wants to edge closer to first place. Morgan, who leads the league in scoring, will look to bag her fifth goal of the season. On the flip side of the coin, Carli Lloyd and Midge Purce will do their best to secure three points that would take them closer to the top of the table.

The game will be available online in the USA on Paramount+ and internationally on Twitch.

Broadcast information for all five NWSL games on June 19 & 20


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