There are 52 highly anticipated matches in this years FIFA World Cup. All of these games are going to take place within 30 days, so be ready for kind of a crazy schedule. Here's a great source for upcoming match TV schedules without any spoilers:
Women's World Cup TV Schedule.
That is the best source I have found so far. If you are anything like myself, there is almost no way you can watch every single game live. So to avoid spoiling the results of the previous game when looking up the schedule, it does not give up that precious information prematurely.
The location/time of matches are actually not too bad to follow like most spread out events. There are only a select few channels that will be airing the games making it a bit easier to keep up with.
Tv Viewing Options Will be On Channels:
- Fox Sports 1
- Fox Sports 2- This one may prove difficult, as there are more people without that particular channel.
- NBC Universo
There are a a few good sources for online streaming. Though sometimes it is difficult to find a good source. I have ranked the following streaming locations in order from best (1), to one I would find more difficult to use (3). There many many options available out there as far as streaming. Most of which require a tv subscription of some sort (Time Warner/Comcast). These are my personal favorite, and are the most trusted locations per the general streaming public:
Online Streaming Options
- Fox Sports Go - They seem to have a great system already in place and looking good.
- BBC Sports - This one is a bit more difficult to operate the site. Though good in quality.
- ESPN Go - I have always liked ESPN's streaming app. It is easy to use and good quality. Though does take longer to load than the others, and there is no rewind available.