If you’re trying to find where to watch the Women’s World Cup on US TV, you’ve come to the right place. The premier international competition for the women’s game continues to grow in talent and popularity. It is repeatedly the home of the most-watched soccer games in the United States when the tournament happens.

In the United States, coverage of the Women’s World Cup is in line with the men’s competition. Therefore, you can find games on the same channels for both international events.

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Coverage of the FIFA Women’s World Cup has been on FOX for recent tournaments. Spanish coverage has been with Telemundo, similar to the men’s World Cup.

However, the broadcasting rights for the 2027 Women’s World Cup (which has yet to award a host but may take place in the United States) have not yet been decided. FOX and Telemundo may end up retaining the rights, or it could move to someone new.

Stick with World Soccer Talk for the latest news on 2027 World Cup broadcast developments.

Women’s World Cup continues to surge

That Spanish-language coverage saw a 27% increase from the 2015 competition to 2019. The Women’s World Cup in 2023 continued this trend, drawing more viewers around the globe than previous editions.

The United States had a disappointing earliest exit ever in the 2023 tournament. This did hurt viewership figures, however the Final that saw Spain triumph over England ended up as the most-watched Women’s World Cup Final (that did not involve the USWNT) ever. And that was for a 6AM ET kickoff.

There are now 32 teams involved in the Women’s World Cup, up from the previous 24-team format last used in 2019. Therefore, there are 16 more games and more chances to get eyes on the competition.