The network will be covering matches throughout the course of the inaugural CONCACAF W Gold Cup.

The first ever edition of the CONCACAF W Gold Cup is now underway, and fans in the USA will be able to follow all the action thanks to CBS.

A total of 12 teams will be taking part in the inaugural tournament. Eight teams, including the USA, who are serving as hosts, are from CONCACAF, including Canada, Mexico, Panama, Costa Rica, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, and El Salvador. The other four teams are special invited guests from CONMEBOL, and will be represented by Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, and Paraguay.

The 12 teams are grouped into three groups of four, where each side will play one another once. After this,  the eight top teams will qualify for the knockout rounds.

CBS will be providing English language coverage of the first ever installment of the CONCACAF W Gold Cup, with all matches being live-streamed on its subscription service, Paramount+. In addition, several games will be shown on the network's linear channels, while CBS Sports Golazo will also be airing select games as well as offering the bulk of the network's pre and post match coverage.

For more details, including news, broadcast times, and live listings from CBS and other networks, make sure to bookmark our special CONCACAF W Gold Cup match page.