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USA corner kick against Japan from 2011USA corner kick against Japan from 2011By: Allan Patrick

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Simple schedule of every world cup match with TV channels, links to watch online and video highlights
Previous Women's World Cup Games (EST)
  • United States
    @
    Netherlands
    FOX
  • England
    @
    Sweden
    FOX
  • Netherlands
    @
    Sweden
    FS1
  • England
    @
    United States
    FOX
  • Germany
    @
    Sweden
    FS1
  • Italy
    @
    Netherlands
    FS1
  • France
    @
    United States
    FOX
  • Norway
    @
    England
    FOX
  • Netherlands
    @
    Japan
    FS1
  • Italy
    @
    China
    FS1
  • Sweden
    @
    Canada
    FS1
  • Spain
    @
    United States
    FS1
  • France
    @
    Brazil
    FOX
  • England
    @
    Cameroon
    FS1
  • Norway
    @
    Australia
    FOX
  • Germany
    @
    Nigeria
    FS1
  • Sweden
    @
    United States
    FOX
  • Thailand
    @
    Chile
    FS1
  • Netherlands
    @
    Canada
    FOX
  • Cameroon
    @
    New Zealand
    FS1
  • Japan
    @
    England
    FS1
  • Scotland
    @
    Argentina
    FS2
  • Italy
    @
    Brazil
    FS1
  • Jamaica
    @
    Australia
    FS2
  • South Korea
    @
    Norway
    FS1


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