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US TV schedule for 2015 Women’s World Cup on FOX Sports

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The 2015 Women’s World Cup in Canada is set to kick-off on Saturday June 6th and FOX has announced the TV schedule that will broadcast all 52 games live on FOX, FOX Sports 1, FOX Sports 2, online at FOXSportsGO.com as well as the FOX Sports GO app.

Coverage is set to begin with a live one-hour preview show on FOX Sports 1 starting at 7:30 PM EST.

The first game of the tournament features Canada taking on China PR in Edmonton (6:00 PM EST). Over the course of the tournament, 24 teams will be playing in 6 cities.

All times are listed as Eastern Standard Time

Saturday 06 June
6:00 PM – Canada v. China PR (Group A, Commonwealth Stadium – Edmonton) – FOX Sports 1
9:00 PM – New Zealand v. Netherlands (Group A, Commonwealth Stadium – Edmonton) – FOX Sports 2

Sunday 07 June
1:00 PM – Norway v. Thailand (Group B, Lansdowne Stadium – Ottawa) – FOX
4:00 PM – Germany v. Côte d’Ivoire (Group B, Lansdowne Stadium – Ottawa) – FOX

Monday 08 June
4:00 PM – Sweden v. Nigeria (Group D, Winnipeg Stadium – Winnipeg) – FOX
7:00 PM – Cameroon v. Ecuador (Group C, BC Place Stadium – Vancouver) – FOX Sports 2
7:30 PM – USA v. Australia (Group D, Winnipeg Stadium – Winnipeg) – FOX Sports 1
10:00 PM – Japan v. Switzerland (Group C, BC Place Stadium – Vancouver) – FOX Sports 1

Tuesday 09 June
1:00 PM – France v. England (Group F, Moncton Stadium – Moncton) – FOX
4:00 PM – Spain v. Costa Rica (Group E, Olympic Stadium -Montreal) – FOX
4:00 PM – Colombia v. Mexico (Group F, Moncton Stadium – Moncton) – FOX Sports 1
7:00 PM – Brazil v. Korea Republic (Group E, Olympic Stadium -Montreal) – FOX Sports 1

Thursday 11 June
4:00 PM – Germany v. Norway (Group B, Lansdowne Stadium – Ottawa) – FOX Sports 1
6:00 PM – China PR v. Netherlands (Group A, Commonwealth Stadium – Edmonton) – FOX Sports 2
7:00 PM – Côte d’Ivoire v. Thailand (Group B, Lansdowne Stadium – Ottawa) – FOX Sports 1
9:00 PM – Canada v. New Zealand (Group A, Commonwealth Stadium – Edmonton) – FOX Sports 1

Friday 12 June
5:00 PM – Australia v. Nigeria (Group D, Winnipeg Stadium – Winnipeg) – FOX Sports 1
7:00 PM – Switzerland v. Ecuador (Group C, BC Place Stadium – Vancouver) – FOX Sports 1
8:00 PM – USA v. Sweden (Group D, Winnipeg Stadium – Winnipeg) – FOX
10:00 PM – Japan v. Cameroon (Group C, BC Place Stadium – Vancouver) – FOX Sports 1

Saturday 13 June
1:00 PM – France v. Colombia (Group F, Moncton Stadium – Moncton) – FOX
4:00 PM – Brazil v. Spain (Group E, Olympic Stadium – Montreal) – FOX Sports 1
4:00 PM – England v. Mexico (Group F, Moncton Stadium – Moncton) – FOX
7:00 PM – Korea Republic v. Costa Rica (Group E, Olympic Stadium – Montreal) – FOX Sports 2

Monday 15 June
4:00 PM – Thailand v. Germany (Group B, Winnipeg Stadium – Winnipeg) – FOX
4:00 PM – Côte d’Ivoire v. Norway (Group B, Moncton Stadium – Moncton) – FOX Sports 1
7:30 PM – Netherlands v. Canada (Group A, Olympic Stadium – Montreal) – FOX Sports 1
7:30 PM – China PR v. New Zealand (Group A, Winnipeg Stadium – Winnipeg) – FOX Sports 2

Tuesday 16 June
5:00 PM – Ecuador v. Japan (Group C, Winnipeg Stadium – Winnipeg) – FOX Sports 1
5:00 PM – Switzerland v. Cameroon (Group C, Commonwealth Stadium – Edmonton) – FOX Sports 2
8:00 PM – Nigeria v. USA (Group D, BC Place Stadium – Vancouver) – FOX
8:00 PM – Australia v. Sweden (Group D, Commonwealth Stadium – Edmonton) – FOX Sports 1

Wednesday 17 June
4:00 PM – Mexico v. France (Group F, Lansdowne Stadium – Ottawa) – FOX
4:00 PM – England v. Colombia (Group F, Olympic Stadium – Montreal) – FOX Sports 1
7:00 PM – Costa Rica v. Brazil (Group E, Moncton Stadium – Moncton) – FOX Sports 1
7:00 PM – Korea Republic v. Spain (Group E, Lansdowne Stadium – Ottawa) – FOX Sports 2

ROUND OF 16

Saturday 20 June
4:00 PM – Germany v. Sweden (Lansdowne Stadium – Ottawa) – FOX Sports 1
7:30 PM – China v. Cameroon (Commonwealth Stadium – Edmonton) – FOX Sports 1

Sunday 21 June
1:00 PM – Brazil v. Austrailia (Commonwealth Stadium – Edmonton) – FOX Sports 1
4:00 PM – France v. Korea (Olympic Stadium – Montreal) – FOX Sports 1
7:30 PM – Canada v. Switzerland (BC Place Stadium – Vancouver) – FOX Sports 1

Monday 22 June
5:00 PM – Norway v. England (Lansdowne Stadium – Ottawa) – FOX Sports 1
8:00 PM – USA v. Colombia (Commonwealth Stadium – Edmonton) – FOX Sports 1

Tuesday 23 June
10:00 PM – Japan v. Netherlands (BC Place Stadium – Vancouver) – FOX Sports 1

SEE ALSO — How to use FOX Sports GO to watch the Women’s World Cup.

QUARTER-FINALS

Friday 26 June
4:00 PM – Germany v. France (Olympic Stadium – Montreal) – FOX
7:30 PM – China v. USA (Lansdowne Stadium – Ottawa) – FOX

Saturday 27 June
4:00 PM – Australia v. Japan (Commonwealth Stadium – Edmonton) – FOX Sports 1
7:30 PM – England v. Canada (BC Place Stadium – Vancouver) – FOX Sports 1

SEMIFINALS

Tuesday 30 June
7:00 PM – USA v. Germany (Olympic Stadium – Montreal) – FOX

Wednesday 1 July
7:00 PM – England v. Japan (Commonwealth Stadium – Edmonton) – FOX Sports 1

MATCH FOR THIRD PLACE

Saturday 4 July
4:00 PM – Germany v. England (Commonwealth Stadium – Edmonton) – FOX

FINAL

Saturday 5 July
7:00 PM – USA v. Japan (BC Place Stadium – Vancouver) – FOX

 

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2 Comments

2 Comments

  1. Ellen Hooper

    May 26, 2015 at 7:34 pm

    First, thanks to Fox for keeping a key number of these matches on broadcast TV, available to anyone with an antenna.

    It’s a real shame, though, that well over half of these matches are on Fox’s new cable channels. Very few people subscribe to these, especially Fox Sports 2, which hardly any of the major cable operators even offer to their subscribers.

  2. CTBlues

    May 20, 2015 at 12:41 pm

    Wow Fox is using Fox proper during the Week. I also wonder if they are going to be showing their Saturday MLB games on Fox proper since they are showing WC games on FS1&2 or if the games will be in time slots that won’t interfere.

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