ESPN announced on Monday the U.S. broadcast schedule for this summer’s FIFA Women’s World Cup in Germany. All 32 matches will be appear live and in high definition on either ESPN or ESPN2 as well as ESPN3.com and ESPN Mobile TV.
The July 17 final will be aired live from Frankfurt at 2 p.m. on ESPN. All three U.S. Women’s National Team matches will appear live on ESPN, as will the opening game on June 26 between Canada and host Germany.
As far as announcers are concerned, Ian Darke, a leading voice for ESPN’s coverage of the 2010 World Cup in South Africa, will be involved in the 2011 Women’s World Cup in some capacity.
Here is a look at the full broadcast schedule:
*All matches will be broadcast on ESPN3.com and ESPN Mobile TV
|1||June 26||Germany vs. Canada||11:30 a.m.||ESPN||Berlin|
|2||June 26||Nigeria vs. France||8:45 a.m.||ESPN2||Sinsheim|
|3||June 27||Japan vs. New Zealand||8:45 a.m.||ESPN||Bochum|
|4||June 27||Mexico vs. England||11:45 a.m.||ESPN||Bielefeld|
|5||June 28||USA vs. Korea DPR||11:45 a.m.||ESPN||Dresden|
|6||June 28||Colombia vs. Sweden||8:45 a.m.||ESPN||Leverkusen|
|7||June 29||Brazil vs. Australia||12 p.m.||ESPN||Moenchengladbach|
|8||June 29||Norway vs. Equatorial Guinea||8:45 a.m.||ESPN||Augsburg|
|9||June 30||Germany vs. Nigeria||2:30 p.m.||ESPN2||Frankfurt|
|10||June 30||Canada vs. France||11:45 a.m.||ESPN||Bochum|
|11||July 1||Japan vs. Mexico||8:45 a.m.||ESPN||Leverkusen|
|12||July 1||New Zealand vs. England||12 p.m.||ESPN||Dresden|
|13||July 2||USA vs. Colombia||11:30 a.m.||ESPN||Sinsheim|
|14||July 2||Korea DPR vs. Sweden||7:45 a.m.||ESPN2||Augsburg|
|15||July 3||Brazil vs. Norway||12 p.m.||ESPN||Wolfsburg|
|16||July 3||Australia vs. Equatorial Guinea||7:45 a.m.||ESPN2||Bochum|
|17||July 5||France vs. Germany||2:30 p.m.||ESPN||Moenchengladbach|
|18||July 5||Canada vs. Nigeria||2:30 p.m.||ESPN2||Dresden|
|19||July 5||England vs. Japan||12 p.m.||ESPN||Augsburg|
|20||July 5||New Zealand vs. Mexico||12 p.m.||ESPN2||Sinsheim|
|21||July 6||Sweden vs. USA||2:30 p.m.||ESPN||Wolfsburg|
|22||July 6||Korea DPR vs. Colombia||2:30 p.m.||ESPN2||Bochum|
|23||July 6||Equatorial Guinea vs. Brazil||11:45 a.m.||ESPN||Frankfurt|
|24||July 6||Australia vs. Norway||11:45 a.m.||ESPN2||Leverkusen|
|25||July 9||1A vs. 2B||2:15 p.m.||ESPN||Wolfsburg|
|26||July 9||1B vs. 2A||11:30 a.m.||ESPN||Leverkusen|
|27||July 10||1C vs. 2D||6:30 a.m.||ESPN||Augsburg|
|28||July 10||1D vs. 2C||11 a.m.||ESPN||Dresden|
|29||July 13||W25 vs. W27||2:15 p.m.||ESPN||Frankfurt|
|30||July 13||W26 vs. W28||11:30 a.m.||ESPN||Moenchengladbach|
|31||July 16||L29 vs. L30||11 a.m.||ESPN2||Sinsheim|
|32||July 17||W29 vs. W30||2 p.m.||ESPN||Frankfurt|
Your accountSign in
/ 4 days ago
Being tasked with hiring the next head coach of the two-time defending World Cup...
/ 6 days ago
Stanford won the 2019 NCAA championship on Sunday, defeating North Carolina in a sudden-death,...
/ 1 week ago
One day before the United States women’s national team won a second consecutive World...