The Women's World Cup starts on Friday, June 7th. After winning the 2015 World Cup in Canada against Canada, the US women's national team (USWNT) is one of the most popular teams in France to repeat. The French, English and German teams are also among the favorites of this year's tournament. Cable cutters need to know this to watch the entire women's World Cup action this summer.
What is the schedule for the Women's World Cup?
The tournament starts on Friday, June 7th and ends on Sunday, July 7th. ET on Friday, June 7th.
The USWNT will contest their first game against Thailand on Tuesday, June 11th. The next two USWNT opening matches will take place on Sunday, June 16, at 12:00 ET against Chile and on Thursday, June 20, at 3:00 PM ET against Sweden.
The championship game is scheduled for Sunday, July 7, at 11:00 CET.
The full schedule can be found here.
Which channels show the Women's World Cup?
The tournament will be broadcast on the Fox and Fox Sports 1 (FS1) channels. For Spanish language broadcasts, you can tune in to Telemundo and Universo.
How can I broadcast the Women's World Cup live?
You can broadcast live Women's World Cup matches on FoxSports.com and the Fox Sports app to prove that you have a pay-TV subscription. If you do not have a cable or satellite TV subscription, you can watch the Women's World Cup with a live TV streaming service.
However, for the games on Fox and Telemundo, you must ensure that you can receive a live feed. In some markets, you can only view live content from Fox, Telemundo and other local networks on demand.
Other important information about live TV streaming services:
- You need a solid Internet connection.  You can watch any of them on TV as long as your Smart TV has the service app. You can also watch TV on your TV with a media streamer like Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, or Chromecast.
- You can also watch TV on iPhones, Android phones, tablets and PC browsers.
- You can sign up and cancel at any time without a contract being required.
- All offer free trial periods so you can sign up and then quit. (Wait until the second half of the fortnight to start your testing phase and you can see all quarter-finals, semi-finals and finals without spending a penny.)
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Sling TV's $ 25 per month Blue package includes Fox and FS1, but not Telemundo. (The first month rebate is currently $ 15 per month.) You can add Universo to the Blue package as part of the Best of Spanish package and pay $ 30 per month. Click here to see if you live in a market offering Fox.
$ 25.00 at Sling TV
Hulu with live TV
Hulu with live TV costs $ 45 a month and includes Fox, FS1 and Telemundo. The Espanol add-on for $ 5 a month adds Universo. On the welcome page, click the "See all channels in your area" link to see which local live channels are offered in your postcode.
$ 45.00 in Hulu with live TV
PlayStation Vue's monthly base access plan includes Fox, FS1 and Telemundo. The Espanol package adds $ 5 a month to Universo. Here you can see if a live feed from Fox and Telemundo is available in your area.
$ 45.00 at PlayStation Vue
YouTube TV costs $ 50 a month and includes Fox, FS1, Telemundo and Universo. Enter your zip code on the welcome page to see if a live feed from Fox and Telemundo is available in your area.
$ 50 on YouTube TV
The basic $ 50 package for DirecTV Now includes Fox, FS1 and Telemundo. The Espanol add-on, worth $ 15 a month, includes Universo. You can use its channel search tool to see if a live feed from Fox and Telemundo is available, where you live Universo. Click here to see if you live in a market offering Fox and Telemundo.
55.00 USD by FuboTV