Women's World Cup TV Schedule

FIFA Womens World Cup logo Women's World Cup TV ScheduleThe 2011 Women’s World Cup will be televised on ESPN for viewers in the United States of America. Here is the complete TV schedule:

FIRST ROUND

Sunday, June 26:

  • 8:30am: Nigeria vs France, ESPN2
  • 11:30am: Germany vs Canada, ESPN

Monday, June 27:

  • 8:45am: Japan vs New Zealand, ESPN
  • 11:45am: Mexico vs England, ESPN

Tuesday, June 28:

  • 8:45am: Colombia vs Sweden, ESPN
  • 11:45am: USA vs Korea DPR, ESPN

Wednesday, June 29:

  • 8:45am: Norway vs E. Guinea, ESPN
  • Noon: Brazil vs Australia, ESPN

Thursday, June 30:

  • 11:45am: Canada vs France, ESPN
  • 2:30pm: Germany vs Nigeria, ESPN2

Friday, July 1:

  • 8:45am: Japan vs Mexico, ESPN
  • Noon: New Zealand vs England, ESPN

Saturday, July 2:

  • 7:45am: Korea DPR vs Sweden, ESPN2
  • 11:30am: USA vs Colombia, ESPN

Sunday, July 3:

  • 7:45am: Australia vs E. Guinea, ESPN2
  • Noon: Brazil vs Norway, ESPN

Monday, July 4:

  • No games scheduled

Tuesday, July 5:

  • Noon: England vs Japan, ESPN
  • Noon: New Zealand vs Mexico, ESPN2
  • 2:30pm: France vs Germany, ESPN
  • 2:30pm: Canada vs Nigeria, ESPN2

Wednesday, July 6:

  • 11:45am: E. Guinea vs Brazil, ESPN
  • 11:45am: Australia vs Norway, ESPN2
  • 2:30pm: Sweden vs USA, ESPN
  • 2:30pm: Korea DPR vs Colombia, ESPN2

QUARTERFINALS

Saturday, July 9:

  • 11:30am: TBD vs TBD, ESPN
  • 2:15pm: TBD vs TBD, ESPN

Sunday, July 10:

  • 6:30am: TBD vs TBD, ESPN
  • 11am: TBD vs TBD, ESPN

SEMI-FINALS

Wednesday, July 13:

  • 11:30am: TBD vs TBD, ESPN
  • 2:15pm: TBD vs TBD, ESPN

THIRD-PLACE FINAL

Saturday, July 16:

  • 11am: TBD vs TBD, ESPN2

FINAL

Sunday, July 17:

  • 2pm: TBD vs TBD, ESPN

For coverage of the 2011 Women’s World Cup, visit World Cup Buzz.

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2 Responses to Women's World Cup TV Schedule

  1. Nghe T. nguyen says:

    I am an avid soccer’s fan for the past fifty years. This US women team, with the dramatic comeback from Brasil in the last few minutes of OT with 10 players, is the best ever. Go USA!

  2. This was quite a World Cup..I’ll remember it for a long time. Here are 5 facts you can take away:
    http://www.soccerwithswagger.com/5-womens-world-cup-facts/

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