The 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup is heating up, with only a handful of teams left to vie for a place in the July 7th finale. We’re already heading into the semi-finals, so here’s a quick breakdown of the remaining matches:
- Netherlands v. Sweden – July 3rd, 12:00 p.m. Pacific
Third Place Match
- England v. TBD – July 6th, 8:00 a.m. Pacific
- United States v. TBD – July 7th, 8:00 a.m. Pacific
If you’ve been dying to watch the games but haven’t found a good streaming option, you’re in luck. We’re rounding up all of the ways to stream the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup.
How to Watch the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup
fuboTV is offering week-long free trial memberships, which is perfect for people interested in watching the Women’s World Cup without paying for a streaming service.
You can watch the matches with through FOX, FS1 and FS2 channels. You’ll definitely want to cancel before the trial is up, though, because the base price for fuboTV is $54.99 a month.
Fox is the exclusive provider for the FIFA Women’s World Cup in the U.S. and will be streaming all of the games on the Fox Sports website. However, you will need a cable subscription to access it directly.
YouTube TV is offering a five-day free trial membership for new users, giving you access to dozens of cable channel streams, including Fox Sports, FS1 and FS2. This service typically costs $49.99 a month, so be sure to cancel before the trial is over to avoid any charges.
Signing up for DirecTV Now will get you access to 45+ channels — including FS1, which streams the Women’s World Cup. The PLUS plan costs $50 a month, but new subscribers can get $15 off the first two months for a limited time.
Hulu + Live TV
A basic Hulu account won’t be enough to stream the games, unfortunately. However, you can sign up for Hulu + Live TV, which gives you the ability to stream dozens of cable channels, including FS1 and FS2.
The service costs a hefty $44.99 a month, but you can sign up for a free seven-day trial and cancel before the payment cycle arrives.
You can stream the Women’s World Cup through PlayStation Vue, but you’ll have to pay to access the service. You can either purchase a channel bundle starting at $44.99 a month, or subscribe to individual channels.
There is a Fox Soccer Plus channel available for $14.99 a month, but the seven-day free trial option would be adequate if you’re only interested in the Women’s World Cup.
Sling TV is offering the first month of its subscription service at a 40% discount, or $15. If you go with this option, be sure to sign up for Sling Blue to access Fox Sports and its affiliate channels.
After the first month, prices return to $25 a month. Be sure to cancel after the World Cup if you don’t want to pay full price for this service — or keep it to stream dozens of premium cable channels.
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