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The United States is returning to the Women’s World Cup in 2023 to defend their 2015 Championship. The Stars and Stripes will face a tough challenge in the group stage but have an excellent chance of making a run if they get favorable results against Netherlands, Portugal, and Vietnam. Let’s take a look at how you can watch the American team as well as the 31 other countries represented in Australia and New Zealand from almost anywhere in the United States.
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Which Networks Hold Broadcasting Rights in the United States?
Fox Sports has the exclusive rights to any games broadcast in the United States in the English language. NBC will be broadcasting games in Spanish through its networks Telemundo and Universo. You can watch Fox and Telemundo with an antenna, which means that you won’t need to pay to do so. However, games that are broadcast on FS1 or Universo are only available to those who have access to a cable or streaming service provider.
Unblock Your Favorite Events & Teams With a VPN
If you can’t watch your favorite events or teams because of your location, a VPN will allow you to get the access you are entitled to, plus extra security and unequaled privacy. Check out our VPN Guide for everything you need to know, including our top pick ExpressVPN.
How to Stream Games in the United States
There are multiple platforms that make it easy, affordable and convenient to stream soccer matches in the United States. For instance, you can sign up for DIRECTV STREAM for $74.99/mo and get all the channels needed to watch games in either English or Spanish (see our viewer’s guide). You can also sign up for Hulu + Live TV for $69.99/mo and take advantage of the ESPN+ and Disney+ bundle.
Fubo is specifically geared for sports fans and comes with several networks that feature both domestic and international sports leagues and events. This service also starts at $74.99/mo and comes with a number of add-ons to make your viewing experience even more enjoyable. For more information, see our Word Cup guide.
For those who are looking to keep streaming costs to a minimum, you are encouraged to look at Sling Blue or Peacock. Sling Blue is $40.00/mo and comes with Fox and FS1 as well as local channels if you use an antenna. Peacock is $4.99 per month and comes with Universo, Telemundo and a variety of other great content options. YouTube TV and Vidgo are additional options that start at $72.99/mo and $69.99/mo respectively.
Which Devices Will My Streaming Platform Support?
Most streaming services allow you to watch games through a standard web browser or through almost any device that runs on Android or iOS. You can also use an Apple TV, Amazon Fire Stick or Roku to watch your favorite teams in Women’s FIFA. Your provider of choice will likely have a full list of supported devices on its website.
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Key Matches on the Calendar
The tournament begins on July 20 with a match between host country New Zealand and Norway. The United States plays its first game on July 21 against Vietnam and the knockout phase of the tournament begins on August 5.
- Fri Jul 21 : United States vs Vietnam
- Wed Jul 26 : United States vs Netherlands
- Tue Aug 1 : Portugal vs United States
Here is the knockout round schedule:
- Round of 16 (August 5-8)
- Quarter-Finals (August 10-12)
- Semi-Finals (August 15-16)
- Third-Place Play-Off (August 19)
- World Cup Final (August 20)
While soccer is still a relatively niche sport in the United States, the FIFA Women’s World Cup will likely captivate millions of Americans this holiday season. Whether you root for the United States or any of the other 31 teams in the field, there are plenty of ways to catch all of the action. In addition to cable and satellite providers, there are several streaming platforms that will offer convenient and timely access to every game broadcast in the country.
FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 Viewer’s Guides Outside the US
For more information on watching matches in different areas, see our World Cup VPN Guide.
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