The 2019 Women’s World Cup begins on June 7. Here's how you can stream or follow the tournament in English, Spanish or French in the USA and Canada.
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Streaming the World Cup
- English-language: In the United States, matches will be streamed live FOX Sports Go and the FOX Sports App. Games in Canada will be streamed on TSN GO and CTV GO
- Spanish-language: Matches will be streaming in Spanish on Telemundo Deportes En Vivo
- French-language: Fans in Canada can stream matches in French via RDS GO.
- Additional English-language programming: FOX will also carry shoulder programming to compliment its complete slate of matches, including FIFA Women’s World Cup Live and FIFA Women’s World Cup Today broadcasting from Paris every day throughout the tournament. “FIFA Women’s World Cup Now” will air live on Twitter, with Aaron West and Karina LeBlanc hosting the daily show. The show will include guests Alexi Lalas, Aly Wagner and more, and is available via @FOXSports and @FOXSoccer.
World Cup on TV
- English-language: FOX will carry the Women’s World Cup in English across its family of networks. All matches will be broadcasted live on FOX or FS1. TSN will broadcast matches in Canada.
- Spanish-language: Spanish-language broadcasts in the U.S. will air on Telemundo and Universo.
- French-language: French-language broadcasts in Canada will air on RDS.
Follow on social media
Fans around the world can follow all of the action from France across social media.
- USWNT: twitter.com/USWNT or instagram.com/uswnt
- CanWNT: twitter.com/CanadaSoccerEN
- FIFA Women’s World Cup: twitter.com/FIFAWWC
- FOX Soccer: twitter.com/FOXSoccer or instagram.com/FOXSoccer
- FOX Sports: twitter.com/FOXSports or instagram.com/FOXSports
- TSN: twitter.com/TSNSports
- Engage in the conversation around the tournament by using #FIFAWWC and #WWC2019
Several MLS teams will host watch parties throughout the tournament. Follow your favorite club’s social handles for more information about how to attend and cheer on the USWNT and CanWNT.
- Atlanta United: www.atlutd.com/her
- Chicago Fire: Chicago-Fire.com/watchparties
- FC Cincinnati: For every USWNT match, watch parties will be held at both Fountain Square in downtown Cincinnati with 3CDC and also at Molly Malone’s in Covington, Kentucky on June 11 (3-6 pm), June 16 (11 am-3 pm) and June 20 (3-6 pm). Knockout Round matches TBD.
- Colorado Rapids: Celebrating the 2019 Women's World Cup
- Houston Dynamo: World Cup Hub
- LA Galaxy: USWNT Watch Parties
- New York City FC:
- Orlando City SC: Downtown Orlando restaurant Lion’s Pride will be showing all World Cup games live throughout the tournament which runs from Friday, June 7 through the World Cup Final on Sunday, July 7. Lion’s Pride and the Pride will also team up to host watch parties for all U.S. Women’s National Team matches, with a block party hosted on Church Street for the U.S. WNT’s final group stage match against Sweden. For more info click here.
- Seattle Sounders: https://www.soundersfc.com/watchwithus
- Sporting KC: Watch Parties at Kansas City Live Block