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Women’s World Cup commentator assignments revealed by FOX


As the 2015 Women’s World Cup gets ready to kick-off, FOX has released the lineup of broadcasters who will be covering the games live in Canada throughout the Group Stage.

JP Dellacamera, Tony DiCicco and Cat Whitehill will be calling the opening game, Canada vs. China PR, on June 6th with kick-off set for 6 PM EST on FOX Sports 1 while Julie Stewart-Binks will be the sideline reporter.

As a native Canadian, Stewart-Binks is going to be at 11 different games in four different cities throughout the World Cup providing on the ground coverage for the network.

The team of Dellacamera, DiCicco and Whitehill will also cover the U.S. Women’s National Team throughout the Group Stage with Jenny Taft helping with coverage on the sidelines. Taft will be providing insight into the USWNT including in-depth reports, breaking news and special features while working closely with the United States.

SEE MOREWomen’s World Cup TV schedule for viewers in US.

Covering the remaining games will be Glenn Davis and Christine Latham; Jenn Hildreth
and Kyndra de St. Aubin; Justin Kutcher and Aly Wagner; and John Strong and
Danielle Slaton.

Announcers for knock-out rounds and beyond will decided at a later date.

Here’s the complete lineup of Women’s World Cup commentator assignments for the Group Stage.

Sat., June 66:00 PMACanada vs China PREdmontonFOX Sports 1Dellacamera, Whitehill, DiCicco, Stewart-Binks
 9:00 PMANew Zealand vs NetherlandsEdmontonFOX Sports 2Strong, Slaton, Stewart-Binks
Sun., June 71:00 PMBNorway vs ThailandOttawaFOXKutcher, Wagner, Stewart-Binks
 4:00 PMBGermany vs Côte d’IvoireOttawaFOXKutcher, Wagner, Stewart-Binks
Mon., June 84:00 PMDSweden vs NigeriaWinnipegFOXDellacamera, Whitehill, DiCicco, Taft
 7:00 PMCCameroon vs EcuadorVancouverFOX Sports 2Davis, Latham
 7:30 PMDUSA vs AustraliaWinnipegFOX Sports 1Dellacamera, Whitehill, DiCicco, Taft
 10:00 PMCJapan vs SwitzerlandVancouverFOX Sports 1Hildreth, de St. Aubin
Tue., June 91:00 PMFFrance vs EnglandMonctonFOXKutcher, Wagner, Stewart-Binks
 4:00 PMFColombia vs MexicoMonctonFOXKutcher, Wagner, Stewart-Binks
 4:00 PMESpain vs Costa RicaMontrealFOX Sports 1Strong, Slaton
 7:00 PMEBrazil vs Korea RepublicMontrealFOX Sports 1Hildreth, de St. Aubin
Thur., June 114:00 PMBGermany vs NorwayOttawaFOX Sports 1Kutcher, Wagner, Stewart-Binks
 6:00 PMAChina PR vs NetherlandsEdmontonFOX Sports 2Davis, Hucles
 7:00 PMBCôte d’Ivoire vs ThailandOttawaFOX Sports 1Hildreth, de St. Aubin
 9:00 PMACanada vs New ZealandEdmontonFOX Sports 1Strong, Slaton
Fri., June 125:00 PMDAustralia vs NigeriaWinnipegFOX Sports 1Dellacamera, Whitehill, DiCicco, Taft
 7:00 PMCSwitzerland vs EcuadorVancouverFOX Sports 1Davis, Latham
 8:00 PMDUSA vs SwedenWinnipegFOXDellacamera, Whitehill, DiCicco, Taft
 10:00 PMCJapan vs CameroonVancouverFOX Sports 1Hildreth, de St. Aubin
Sat., June 131:00 PMFFrance vs ColombiaMonctonFOXKutcher, Wagner, Stewart-Binks
 4:00 PMFEngland vs MexicoMonctonFOXKutcher, Wagner, Stewart-Binks
 4:00 PMEBrazil vs SpainMontrealFOX Sports 1Strong, Slaton
 7:00 PMEKorea Republic vs Costa RicaMontrealFOX Sports 2Hildreth, Hucles
Mon., June 154:00 PMBThailand vs GermanyWinnipegFOXDellacamera, Whitehill, DiCicco, Stewart-Binks
 4:00 PMBCôte d’Ivoire vs NorwayMonctonFOX Sports 1Hildreth, de St. Aubin
 7:30 PMANetherlands vs CanadaMontrealFOX Sports 1Strong, Slaton
 7:30 PMAChina PR vs New ZealandWinnipegFOX Sports 2Davis, Latham
Tue., June 165:00 PMCEcuador vs JapanWinnipegFOX Sports 1Kutcher, Wagner
 5:00 PMCSwitzerland vs CameroonEdmontonFOX Sports 2Davis, Hucles
 8:00 PMDNigeria vs USAVancouverFOXDellacamera, Whitehill, DiCicco, Taft
 8:00 PMDAustralia vs SwedenEdmontonFOX Sports 1Hildreth, de St. Aubin
Wed., June 174:00 PMFMexico vs FranceOttawaFOXStrong, Slaton, Stewart-Binks
 4:00 PMFEngland vs ColombiaMontrealFOX Sports 1Dellacamera, Whitehill, DiCicco,
 7:00 PMECosta Rica vs BrazilMonctonFOX Sports 1Hildreth, de St. Aubin
 7:00 PMEKorea Republic vs SpainOttawaFOX Sports 2Davis, Latham


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  1. CM

    June 30, 2015 at 9:22 pm

    The FOX commentators are terrible across the board particularly DiCiccio and Whitehill. FOX needs to learn that just because someone coached or played soccer doesn’t qualify them to be an effective announcer. Most of them sound like total idiots who flunked high school English. Or maybe they are intentionally dumbing it down which would explain the “Doctor” having to explain the rules.

  2. Ash

    June 30, 2015 at 7:01 pm

    Cat Whitehill is the worst. She announces like the players are her kids on a U-13 travel team, constantly calling them by their first names, cheering them on, ignoring the replays when she’s wrong on an offsides or a foul.

  3. K R

    June 30, 2015 at 6:26 pm

    Whoever was the commentator who just spoke on 6/30 after the Hope Solo piece – is a complete an utter a hole who thinks his sh*t don’t stink.

  4. Greg Riehl

    June 16, 2015 at 10:47 pm

    Where did they dig Dicicco up from? Did he have a stroke or has he always been a complete tool???

  5. Alex Hahn

    June 16, 2015 at 9:51 pm

    The commentary by Dellacamera, Whitehill, DiCicco, and Taft (according to the schedule) was as mediocre as the play of the US team. The commentary was a striking combination of cheer leading, wishful thinking about US superiority, and misrepresentations of its “feared, dynamic attack,” etc. It was incredibly at odds with what was happening on the field: a meager 1-0 victory against a very inexperienced Nigerian team that played with 10 “men” for the last 10 minutes. Next time please: call it as it is, not as you desperately wish it to be.

  6. Jeff

    June 13, 2015 at 3:13 pm

    If you haven’t heard her commentary yet, Danielle Slaton has been amazing. I hope she gets a good look by the networks, because she’s been excellent!

    • john

      June 13, 2015 at 5:13 pm

      I don’t think she is all that great… I am listening to her in this Brazil v Spain game and she has not yet once said anything complimentary about the Brazilians.

  7. Gordon holt

    June 11, 2015 at 8:38 pm

    After, what??? some 40 years — and you all will excuse my jingoism here I’m sure — North American accents are finally calling the action in a major world soccer event. Thank you, Fox Sports.

    • Flyvanescence

      June 11, 2015 at 10:33 pm

      They were 20 years ago on ESPN. Problem is most of them suck. Getting the top British and Latin commentators is called progress. FOX is useless at soccer though, and think the American viewing audience is as naive as we were 20 years ago.

      • Joe

        June 12, 2015 at 11:13 am

        Progress would be you moving out of the US to a place where all you hear are non North American accents. Then you can be a real Euro poser wana be! BTW I love Fox!!

  8. Marti

    June 11, 2015 at 8:27 pm

    I do not know who the announcer is, but would someone please tell him that the German player is MITTAG, not Mitzag. He is driving me crazy!

  9. Johnny

    June 9, 2015 at 8:17 pm

    Referees and commentators are ruining the game.
    Horrible amateurs.

  10. Dee Cee

    June 9, 2015 at 1:23 pm

    The worst commentator: JP Dellacamera (Keeps reminding us of what minute they’re in…it’s TV, we’re watching the screen! Also, he only knew the name of ONE Nigerian player…the Keeper!)
    The BEST: Jenn Hildreth and Kydra de St. Aubin (GREAT commentary during the Japan/Switzerland match; they seemed to know the names of EACH player!)

    • Johnny

      June 9, 2015 at 8:20 pm

      I am watching Brasil vs South Korea.
      Jenn Hildreth and Kydra de St Aubin are
      They need to learn the rule first before start saying aomething about football.

    • Tim

      June 9, 2015 at 10:07 pm

      JP is an American soccer commentary legend and is loved by many. He is getting great reviews for his work in this world cup. You are delusional.

      • Flyvanescence

        June 9, 2015 at 11:36 pm

        I call it like is see/hear it. Dont care about your history. Dellacamera is terrible. Maybe he once was good but that is the past. He is worse than some of the goons calling games on talksport.

        Dee Cee’s points about him are fair.

        • Joe

          June 10, 2015 at 10:45 am

          Of course becasue you have a hard on for English accents as proven in your other posts. If he had an accent you would love him!

          • Flyvanescence

            June 10, 2015 at 12:52 pm

            That is a total crock of BS. if you actually bothered to read my post, i implied that Talksport’s [British] commentators are pretty bad.

            In fact my first instinct when i hear and older English analyst is not to trust them, and many know nothing the modern game.

            Just because i have a problem with MLS doesnt mean i hate American footy. I like to think the opposite. But some people cant tell the difference.

            Oh wait you forgot to call me a Eurosnob.

            • jtm371

              June 11, 2015 at 10:40 pm

              Plus 1 for Fly. The mls fanatics are out for new blood beware.:) Glad to be on your side. 🙂

        • Dee cede

          June 11, 2015 at 5:51 pm

          Thanks Fly! I also get tired of his hypothetical “what’s the player’s mindset” questions! Just like I do with Vitale, I turn the sound down. Go USA!

      • mike

        June 13, 2015 at 8:43 pm

        just because JP has been around forever does not, in and of itself make him a good commentator.
        he calls soccer like hockey, refers to the touchline as the sideline, has simplistic expressions like “goin’ long” and has repeatedly referred to extra time as “overtime” over the years. The Americanization of a British game makes about as much sense as the Britishization of an American game (like baseball).
        JP is simply the best of the worst (actually he has been far surpassed by John Strong who is actually good).
        Let’s stop with the “JP is the Vin Scully of soccer” just because he has broadcast longevity on his side.

        • Flyvanescence

          June 13, 2015 at 10:26 pm


      • Roger

        June 16, 2015 at 9:41 pm

        It’s Di Cicco I hate. He’s always critical, even of his fellow commentator’s assessments. In my opinion he is completely redundant. The best commentators don’t over analyze permitting them to convey excitement rather their own knowledge of the game. Top for me is Slaton.

  11. kenni

    June 8, 2015 at 8:46 pm

    I thought I was the only one…Too much over analysis and ‘know it all-ism’. They need to do more homework and focus on the players names instead of analyzing…that’s what the guests and contributors at the halftime report or after the match are for.

  12. Jon Grogan

    June 7, 2015 at 3:11 pm

    I am ashamed of the Fox sports Woman’s world cup commentators. In the Norway – Thailand game today. The Thai keeper stopped a penalty kick. As a fellow keeper I understand the meaning of stopping one. It is just about one of the hardest and most difficult to do. Your commentator Aly Wagner on national T.V. said “she just got lucky” and “it was only because she took a horrible shot” then “she shot it at just the right height for her to be able to get it. This is pitiful to be coming from a so called professional. That keeper has earned her spot and worked just as hard and as long as any other player on the field. She ruined a life long memory of success for that player. She should apologize for her ignorance immediately, that keeper deserves better than that.

    • Lost Angelino

      June 7, 2015 at 4:00 pm

      I agree, sounds like she had a keeper or two block her penalty kicks during her playing days.

    • Erica Andrews

      June 17, 2015 at 1:19 am

      Fox’s commentators, especially for the first few opening matches (including the pitiful Justin Kutcher and Aly Wagner commenting on the Thailand-Norway match) were completely unbalanced in their color commentary.

      They had plenty of background stories on Norway and Germany, but hardly any at all on their two competitors, Thailand and Ivory Coast.

      It’s as though they weren’t even trying. Several times they bluffed their way through pronouncing the Thai names, botching them badly, and then giving up almost entirely by match’s end.

      Other Fox commentators weren’t nearly this bad.

      And the TSN commentators on Canadian TV, and the BBC commentators, were head and shoulders above the Fox commentators.

      I, like you, am ashamed of the Fox Sports commentators for the Women’s World Cup.

    • drewnev12

      June 22, 2015 at 8:22 pm

      Considering this is the network that forced us to put up with Gus Johnson calling Goetze Gurtzer for an entire UCL campaign, I’d say be happy it isn’t worse than it is.

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