Can the United States secure its third consecutive title at the 2023 Women’s World Cup? Here’s what you need to know to tune in and find out!
The details: The 2023 Women’s World Cup kicks off on July 20 in Auckland, New Zealand, with the champion crowned on August 20.
This year’s Women’s World Cup marks several firsts:
- The first to be hosted by two countries: Australia and New Zealand.
- The first to include 32 teams, with eight countries set to make their tournament debut.
- The first to be held in the southern hemisphere – where it’s currently winter.
Will the U.S. women’s national team be successful at defending its title? Can England finally reach the tournament final? How will underdog teams fare on the international soccer stage?
Safe to say…this is a sporting event you don’t want to miss!
How to Watch the 2023 Women’s World Cup
Not making the journey to Australia and New Zealand? Here are your best options for tuning into all the action.
FOX Sports is the official English-language broadband partner in the United States for the 2023 Women’s World Cup.
- FOX will broadcast a record 29 matches on its main network, and the rest of the games will be aired on FS1. All matches will be available to live stream on FOXSports.com and the FOX Sports app (you’ll need to log in with your provider’s info).
- TV apps, like fuboTV, Hulu with Live TV, Sling TV, or YouTube TV, are also an option if you have a package that includes FOX’s sporting channels.
Telemundo is the exclusive Spanish-language broadband partner in the United States for the 2023 Women’s World Cup.
- All 64 matches will air live in Spanish, with 33 on Telemundo and 31 on Universo. All matches will stream live on the Telemundo app.
- Telemundo Deportes will take over the recently announced Al Dia FAST channel and supplement the network’s live coverage of the Women’s World Cup with original content. Viewers can access the FAST channel via Peacock, Freevee, Samsung TV Plus, and Xumo Play.
Peacock will carry live coverage of all 64 matches in Spanish, produced by Telemundo.
- The streaming platform will also feature a World Cup Hub with on-demand content, full-match replays, and more.
Tubi will offer free on-demand replays of each match – right after the final whistle.
To find out when can’t-miss matches are taking place, click here for the full schedule.
The Most Accessible Women’s World Cup EVER
Thanks to high-speed broadband, people can experience the 2023 Women’s World Cup no matter where they are in the world. In fact, an estimated two billion people are set to watch this year’s tournament – up from 1.12 billion viewers for the 2019 Women’s World Cup in France.
Plus, at the click of a button, we will have instant access to statistics, replays, commentary, and analysis in multiple languages – and much more.
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