How to Stream the 2023 Women's World Cup

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The 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup will kick off on Thursday, July 20. The big event will be co-hosted by Australia and New Zealand. Over the course of four weeks, 32 teams will play 60 games to determine the best women's soccer team in the world.


Where to stream the U.S. World Cup games

If you have cable, you'll be able to watch the games on Fox. Fox Sports channels will also be airing the games. If you don't have Fox, there are several live TV streaming services that will air the games, including Hulu with Live TV, YouTubeTV, Sling TV, and FuboTV.

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Spanish-language coverage of the games will air on Telemundo, which you can catch on Peacock if you're a subscriber or pay the $4.99 monthly fee and the cancel once the games are over.

As for when the games will air, only the first three games have been announced. Keep in mind that the tournament will be taking place down under, so the games will begin in the very early morning for much of the U.S. — some even kicking off in the middle of the night.



Here's the schedule so far:

  • Friday, July 21: USA vs Vietnam, 8 pm ET/5 pm PT
  • Wednesday, July 26: USA vs Netherlands, 8 pm ET/5 pm PT
  • Tuesday, August 1: Portugal vs USA, 2 am ET/11 pm PT (the day before)

Keep an eye on the FIFA website for updates on the schedule and additional games.



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