Get ready for thrilling action and world-class soccer as the ninth edition of the FIFA Women’s World Cup kicks off in 2023.
The prestigious tournament will take place from July 20 to August 20, 2023, across 10 fantastic stadiums in Australia and New Zealand, with six venues in Australia and four in New Zealand.
Soccer fans across the United States will be eager to follow their national team’s progress and witness the incredible talent on display from 32 competing nations.
This guide provides essential information on the tournament, including the USA’s schedule, where to watch the matches, and a brief look at the team’s history in the competition.
2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup USA Schedule
Discover the complete USWNT World Cup group schedule, featuring all three matches set to take place in New Zealand.
|Friday, July 21||9 p.m||USA vs. Vietnam||Eden Park, Auckland|
|Wednesday, July 26||9 p.m||USA vs. Netherlands||Wellington Regional Stadium, Wellington|
|Tuesday, Aug. 1||3 a.m||USA vs. Portugal||Eden Park, Auckland|
Stay tuned as we’ll provide updates on Knockout Stage matchups following the conclusion of the Group stage games.
You can also check the full Soccer World Cup 2023 Schedule Here.
Which Channel will Telecast FWWC 2023 in the USA?
Soccer enthusiasts in the United States can catch all the live action from the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 on FOX, FS1, FOXSports.com, and the FOX Sports App.
For Spanish-speaking viewers, Telemundo will also be offering comprehensive Spanish-language coverage.
How to watch the FWWC 2023 without cable in the USA?
To watch the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 without a cable subscription in the USA, you can use various streaming services that offer access to the channels broadcasting the tournament, such as FOX and FS1.
Make sure to choose a streaming service that includes the necessary channels to enjoy all the action from the FWWC 2023.
Additionally, you can access live streaming through FOXSports.com and the FOX Sports App with a TV provider login details.
USA Team FIFA Women’s World Cup History
The United States Women’s National Soccer Team has a rich FIFA Women’s World Cup history, having won the prestigious tournament four times (1991, 1999, 2015, and 2019).
As defending champions, the team will look to retain their title and make history again. With a mix of experienced players and rising stars, the USA will undoubtedly be a force to be reckoned with in the 2023 edition of the competition.
The USA Women’s National Soccer Team has been placed in Group E for the 2023 Women’s World Cup. They will be competing against Vietnam, the Netherlands, and Portugal
32 teams will be competing in the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup.
The United States Women’s National Soccer Team is the current title holder, having won the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup.
The FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 promises to be an electrifying event, showcasing the very best in women’s soccer from around the globe. As the USA gears up to defend its title, fans can look forward to a month of intense competition and unforgettable moments.
Do not miss out on the action by tuning in to FOX, FS1, FOXSports.com, or the FOX Sports App. Prepare for a summer of exhilarating soccer action and cheer on your favorite team in the race for the prestigious World Cup trophy.