There are various method to watch the Womens World Cup which inaugurates Thursday and will be held in nine cities throughout Australia and New Zealand.
Where to watch the Women’s World Cup
Trial periods and The Prices of all the streaming services mentioned may depend on where you live and location. Sling TV, Fubo or Youtube Tv.
All 64 matches will be available to watch on YouTube TV, Sling TV and Fubo.
Youtube TV gives free trials for new subscribers after which you will be charged a subscription plan. Youtube offers two Plans the Spanish Plan and the Base Plan.
The Spanish plan free trial for seven days and The Base Plan duration 10 days. The Spanish plan free trial last seven days. The Base Plan costs $64.99 for three months and $72.99 per month. The Spanish Plan costs $34.99 per month.
Fubo offers a seven day free trial for new subscribers. The cheapest Fubo Plan , Pro initiates at $74.99 per month. You can watch Fubo on up to 10 screens and uses 1000 hrs of digital video recording or DVR.
Ultimately to watch the women’s World Cup on Sling TV you will need Sling Blue.Package starts $30 for first month and $45 after that month.
All of the Women’s World Cup matches will be streamed on the Fox Sports app. The app is without charges.
- YouTube TV
- Hulu+ Live TV
- Verizon Fios TV
- Direct TV Stream
- Direct TV
The U.S. Women’s National Team (USWNT) is going for its third consecutive World Cup Title. The team has won 4 of eight women’s World Cups and never placed lower than third in tournament. The tournament ends on August 20. Various tournament matches air in the wee hours of North America.
What’s the time difference between the U.S and the Women’s World Cup local times?
The International Olympic Committee has the Women World Cup schedule available on its website . All times are listed in UTC or Coordinated Universal Time.New Zealand and Australia are 14 hours of Eastern Daylight Time.
- To convert the scheduled time to your local time know that UTC
- 4 hours ahead of Eastern Daylight time
- 5 hours ahead of Central Daylight time
- 7 hours ahead of Pacific Daylight Time
- 6 hours ahead of Mountain Daylight time
When does the U.S. Women’s National Team Play
The USWNT has three matches
- July 21 at 9 P.m. EDT against Vietnam
- July 26 at 9 P.m. EDT against Netherlands
- Aug 1 at 3 a.m. EDT against Portugal
Result of theses matches decide how far USWNT go so far in tournament.