The 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup is less than a week away, and fans are getting ready for the tournament that will see 24 of the best teams from around the world compete for the coveted trophy.
The 2019 Women’s World Cup begins on June 7 in Paris, with hosts France taking on South Korea at Parc des Princes. The match will be televised by Fox at 3 p.m. ET.
The United States — which won the last World Cup in 2015 and has finished as runners-up three times — is one of the favorites to lift the trophy this year and will begin its campaign against Thailand on June 11 at 3 p.m. ET. The match will be broadcast live by Fox Sports 1 (also known as FS1).
The 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup is here and millions of fans around the world will be watching from their couches, at the pub or in the stadium. This year’s tournament is being held in France and will feature a record 24 teams playing for the trophy beginning on June 7.
The U.S. team is heavily favored to win its second consecutive title, but faces stiff competition from teams like England, Japan and Germany, who have all won titles in previous years. The tournament begins with a group stage where teams will play three games each before advancing to a knockout stage.
How to watch:
Every game of the 2019 Women’s World Cup will be available to stream on fuboTV (Try for free). You can also watch on FOX, FS1 or FS2 with a cable log-in. Telemundo and NBC Universo are showing Spanish-language broadcasts. For more information on how to watch the Women’s World Cup visit our 2019 Women’s World Cup TV schedule.
How much does it cost?
fuboTV costs $55 per month, but you can get your first 7 days free and can cancel anytime. For more information on what fuboTV includes check out our review of
The 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup will be drawing to a close this weekend. Both the United States and the Netherlands have qualified for the final, with the two countries set to face off in Lyon on Sunday, July 7. The U.S. has won the tournament three times before while the Netherlands is making its first appearance in the final.
The match will kick off at 11 a.m. ET on July 7 and will be broadcast on both Fox and Telemundo in English and Spanish respectively. Fans can also watch the game through Fox Sports Go or the Fox Soccer Match Pass (membership required) as well as fuboTV, Sling TV, Hulu, YouTube TV and PlayStation Vue (free trial).
Not near a TV? Fans can also stream all of the action live through FoxSports.com as well as through apps for iOS, Android, Apple TV, Roku and Amazon Fire TV.
If you love soccer, then the FIFA Women’s World Cup is one of the highlights of your year. There are many ways to watch the tournament, whether you prefer the comfort of your own home or the excitement at public viewing areas with fellow fans.
Here are some options:
Traditional TV and cable broadcasts
If you want to watch the games on a big screen, you can still use your old trusty television set and watch it on traditional broadcasting channels such as FOX, NBC and Telemundo. You can also watch it on their websites or their mobile apps if you have cable or satellite services.
There are many different streaming options available for cord-cutters and people who prefer to watch from their phones or tablets. Hulu has agreed to sponsor FOX’s stream, which means that Hulu subscribers can watch all of the games without having to log into a separate account. Amazon will stream games on Prime Video for subscribers. If you want to stream online but don’t want to pay for a service, there are options like YouTubeTV and ESPN+ that will stream all of the games for a fee. There are also many different unofficial streams available online that may be more questionable in terms of quality but are almost always free.
Now that we’ve gone over all the games and the different groups, it’s time to figure out how you can watch all of these games. The Women’s World Cup will be shown mainly on FOX Sports and Telemundo. Here are all the details you need to know about watching each game:
Watching on your TV
Anyone who has a cable subscription can just turn on their TV and watch the games that way. If you don’t have a cable subscription, then get one. It is a much cheaper alternative than paying for streaming services, especially if you only want to watch the Women’s World Cup.
Streaming On Devices Without Cable
If you want to watch on your phone or tablet, then download the FOX Sports app and login with your cable provider information. You can also stream the games on Telemundo Deportes en Vivo App. You will need access to Telemundo or NBC Universo with your pay-TV account information. You can also stream on mobile devices by downloading the Telemundo Deportes En Vivo App (available through iTunes, Google Play store and Windows Store).
If you want to stream on your computer, then head over to FoxSports
You’ve probably heard: The FIFA Women’s World Cup is coming to France this summer. If you’re new to the sport, or just tuning in for one of the biggest events in international women’s sports, we’ve got you covered.
The tournament kicked off June 7 and will run through July 7, with 52 matches taking place across nine French cities. This year, 24 teams are competing for the World Cup title. Among them are Germany, which has won the most World Cups (two); the United States, which has won three; Japan, which has won one; and Thailand, which has never before made it past group play. England and France have also never before won a title.
To kick off each game day this month, NBC News will round up important information about today’s games — what time they start, who’s playing and how to watch them live or on-demand on your phone or laptop. Check back daily for an updated schedule below as well as key details about each game.
And when you want to dive deeper into the sport and its history, NBC News BETTER has you covered with an ongoing series featuring interviews with top players from around the world answering questions from fans
By now, you’ve probably heard that the Women’s World Cup is coming to France this summer.
And you may have also heard that this year’s tournament is going to be the most exciting, competitive, and drama-filled Women’s World Cup in history.
That’s all true. But maybe you’re not sure how to watch it—or how much it will cost. Or, if you’ve already decided that you’ll be watching every match, then maybe you’re wondering what other ways there are to take your excitement to new heights during the month-long tournament.
Well wonder no more. Here are some of our top tips for following the Women’s World Cup.