The knockout phase of the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup starts on Saturday, August 5th at with a match between the Group A winner and the Group C runner-up.
You can watch this and all the other knockout matches on Sling TV. In fact, it is also the most cost-effective way to enjoy the World Cup. We have all the details below!
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Soccer is now the fourth most popular spectator sport in America — and it’s nipping at the heels of baseball! A big reason for that is that America has gotten a lot better at the sport.
Currently, US Women’s National Team (USWNT) is #1 in the FIFA rankings. Of course, this does mean that there is enormous pressure on them to win their third straight World Cup. They would be the first time to ever accomplish this.
How to Watch Knockout Round of FIFA 2023 on TV
If you are looking for Spanish-language coverage, you need to look elsewhere. NBCUniversal has all the rights to these World Cup matches. The matches will be split between Universo and Telemundo. You can also stream all of the matches on Peacock (deal details).
Round of 16 Schedule
We do not yet know which teams will be in the Round of 16 but we do have the schedule:
- Sat Aug 5 : A1 vs C2 (FS1)
- Sat Aug 5 : C1 vs A2 (FS1)
- Sat Aug 5 : E1 vs G2 (Fox)
- Sun Aug 6 : G1 vs E2 (Fox)
- Mon Aug 7 : D1 vs B2 (FS1)
- Mon Aug 7 : B1 vs D2 (FS1)
- Tue Aug 8 : H1 vs F2 (FS1)
- Tue Aug 8 : F1 vs H2 (FS1)
Get complete information on watching Team USA in the Women’s World Cup.
Here is an overview of the rest of the 2023 Women’s World Cup:
- August 10 — August 12: Quarterfinals
- August 15 — Augst 16: Semifinals
- August 19: Third Place Game
- August 20: World Cup Final
Stream USA vs The Netherlands With Sling TV
Sling TV offers two base plans with countless options to customize it just the way you want. One popular plan is Sling Orange, which comes with ESPN and Disney Channel. But it isn’t what you want to watch the World Cup.
Note that Fox, being a network, is only available in select markets. See the list below.
Sports fans may also be interested to know that this is a good plan for watching other soccer leagues and includes NFL Network in its channel lineup. And it includes a great selection of general interest channels including Adult Swim, AMC, BET, Comedy Central, History, National Geographic, TBS, and TNT.
You can also combine this plan with Orange. The Sling Orange & Blue plan costs $55.00/mo and comes with a total of 50+ channels.
Why Sling TV Is the Best Choice to Cheer on Your Favorite Team at the World Cup
We really like Sling TV because of all the streaming services, it is the one that really understands viewers. We aren’t just looking to replace cable. We want to watch in a whole new way. That’s not a slight on the other streaming services, but it is one thing that makes Sling special.
There are other (related) advantage Sling TV:
- The least expensive of the full-cable replacement services — substantially less expensive than Fubo, Hulu + Live TV, DIRECTV STREAM, and YouTube TV.
- Exceptional device support that includes pretty much whatever devices you use.
- The only streaming service with true antenna integration — local channels right in the Sling guide.
- The closest to la carte channel selection you will find with streaming, satellite, or cable including many channel packages, 40+ channel add-ons, language/region-specific packages, and more.
- Thousands of on-demand shows and films.
- Simultaneous live streaming on 3 devices.
- Cloud DVR included with 50 hours of storage.
Devices for Live Streaming USA vs Netherlands With Sling TV
- Amazon Fire TV (Firestick)
- Android mobile
- Android TV Smart TVs
- Apple TV
- iOS (iPhone, iPad)
- LG smart TVs
- Samsung smart TVs
- Vizio smart TVs
- Web browsers
Don’t miss out on all the knockout action at the World Cup!
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Can I watch the World Cup on Sling TV in my area?
FS1 is included with all Sling Blue plans but since it is a network channel, Fox is only available in select markets. These are:
- Atlanta (WAGA)
- Austin (KTBC)
- Chicago (WFLD)
- Dallas (KDFW)
- Detroit (WJBK)
- Gainesville (WOGX)
- Houston (KRIV)
- Los Angeles (KTTV)
- Milwaukee (WITI)
- Minneapolis (KMSP)
- New York (WNYW)
- Orlando (WOFL)
- Philadelphia (WTXF)
- Phoenix (KSAZ)
- San Francisco (KTVU)
- Seattle (KCPQ)
- Tampa (WTVT)
- Washington (WTTG)
What teams have made the Round of 16 at the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup?
We don’t yet know which teams will be in the Round of 16, but here are all 32 that have qualified for the Group Stage:
- Costa Rica
- New Zealand
- South Africa
- South Korea
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