The 2023 Women’s FIFA World Cup is around the corner! And though women’s club fútbol doesn’t have the same kind of viewership the men’s game does, the popularity of the game has been growing, as has the support from the audience at large. That translates to a great deal of interest in the upcoming World Cup and questions about when and where to watch it.
The tournament is set to take place from July 20th to August 20th in nine cities across Australia and New Zealand. 32 nations will compete in this version of the tournament for the first time. The first-ever version of the Women’s FIFA World Cup, which took place in 1991, only had 12 teams, expanding to 16 in 1999, and 24 in 2015.
Costa Rica, Haiti, Brazil, Panama, Argentina, and Colombia qualified for the competition and will represent Latin America during the tournament. The US remains the odds-on favorite to win a tournament they have dominated, but Brazil goes into the tournament as the Latin American team with the better odds.
FOX has all World Cup English language rights for the US, which means all games will be on FOX and FS1, with Spanish language games available on Peacock, Telemundo, and Universo. With three weeks to go until the official kickoff, it has not yet been announced which games will be on FOX and which ones on FS1, but FOX will broadcast 29 games on the main network, with the rest of them on FS1. All matches will be streamed on the FOX app.
We’ll update this 2023 Women’s FIFA World Cup post as more news drops.