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How to Watch World Cup on Peacock – FIFA Women’s World Cup

The Women’s World Cup commences on July 20 in Australia and New Zealand, and the U.S. Women’s National Team (USWNT) emerges as the major favorite this year, with the USWNT being the +225 favorites according to 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup odds from Caesars Sportsbook. This tournament holds particular significance as it’s the last World Cup for Megan Rapinoe, a USWNT legend, who plans to retire soon.

While the Women’s World Cup promises thrilling action, watching it live might require some early mornings for East Coast viewers due to the time difference. However, for football/soccer enthusiasts and casual viewers, it’s an event not to be missed. Here’s everything you need to know:

2023 Women’s World Cup Schedule

All matches are broadcasted on Fox, FS1, and Peacock.

DateMatchTime (ET)Broadcast
July 20New Zealand vs Norway3:00 a.m.Fox, Peacock
July 20Australia vs. Ireland6:00 a.m.Fox, Peacock
July 20Nigeria vs. Canada10:30 p.m.Fox, Peacock
July 21Philippines vs. Switzerland1:00 a.m.FS1, Peacock
July 21Spain vs. Costa Rica3:30 a.m.FS1, Peacock
July 21USA vs. Vietnam9:00 p.m.Fox, Peacock
July 22Zambia vs. Japan3:00 a.m.FS1, Peacock
July 22England vs. Haiti5:30 a.m.Fox, Peacock
July 22Denmark vs. China8:00 a.m.Fox, Peacock
July 23Sweden vs. South Africa1:00 a.m.FS1, Peacock
July 23Netherlands vs. Portugal3:30 a.m.FS1, Peacock
July 23France vs. Jamaica6:00 a.m.Fox, Peacock
July 24Italy vs. Argentina2:00 a.m.FS1, Peacock
July 24Germany vs. Morocco4:30 a.m.FS1, Peacock
July 24Brazil vs. Panama7:00 a.m.FS1, Peacock
July 24Columbia vs. South Korea10:00 p.m.Fox, Peacock
July 25New Zealand vs. Philippines1:30 a.m.FS1, Peacock
July 25Switzerland vs. Norway4:00 a.m.FS1, Peacock
July 26Japan vs. Costa Rica1:00 a.m.FS1, Peacock
July 26Spain vs. Zambia3:30 a.m.FS1, Peacock
July 26Canada vs. Ireland8:00 a.m.FS1, Peacock
July 26U.S. vs. Netherlands9:00 p.m.Fox, Peacock
July 27Portugal vs. Vietnam3:30 a.m.FS1, Peacock
July 27Australia vs. Nigeria6:00 a.m.FS1, Peacock
July 27Argentina vs. South Africa8:00 p.m.FS1, Peacock
July 28England vs. Denmark4:30 a.m.FS1, Peacock
July 28China vs. Haiti7:00 a.m.FS1, Peacock
July 29Sweden vs. Italy3:30 a.m.FS1, Peacock
July 29France vs. Brazil6:00 a.m.Fox, Peacock
July 29Panama vs. Jamaica8:30 a.m.Fox, Peacock
July 30South Korea vs. Morocco12:30 a.m.Fox, Peacock
July 30Norway vs. Philippines3:00 a.m.FS1, Peacock
July 30Switzerland vs. New Zealand3:00 a.m.Fox, Peacock
July 30Germany vs. Columbia5:30 a.m.FS1, Peacock
July 31Japan vs. Spain3:00 a.m.Fox, Peacock
July 31Costa Rica vs. Zambia3:00 a.m.FS1, Peacock
July 31Ireland vs. Nigeria6:00 a.m.FS1, Peacock
July 31Canada vs. Australia6:00 a.m.Fox, Peacock
Aug. 1Vietnam vs. Netherlands3:00 a.m.FS1, Peacock
Aug. 1Portugal vs. U.S.3:00 a.m.Fox, Peacock
Aug. 1China vs. England7:00 p.m.Fox, Peacock
Aug. 1Haiti vs. Denmark7:00 p.m.FS1, Peacock
Aug. 2Argentina vs. Sweden3:00 a.m.Fox, Peacock
Aug. 2South Africa vs. Italy3:00 a.m.FS1, Peacock
Aug. 2Panama vs. France6:00 a.m.Fox, Peacock
Aug. 2Jamaica vs. Brazil6:00 a.m.FS1, Peacock
Aug. 3Morocco vs. Columbia6:00 a.m.FS1, Peacock
Aug. 3South Korea vs. Germany6:00 a.m.Fox, Peacock

Knockout Stages:

StageDatesTimes (ET)
Round of 16Aug. 5 – Aug. 81:00 a.m. – 7:00 a.m.
QuarterfinalsAug. 10 – Aug. 129:00 p.m. – 6:30 a.m.
SemifinalsAug. 15 – Aug. 164:00 a.m. – 6:00 a.m.
Third-place matchAug. 194:00 a.m.
FinalAug. 206:00 a.m.

All matches are broadcasted on Fox, FS1, and Peacock.

What’s the schedule for the USWNT in the 2023 Women’s World Cup?

DateMatchTime (ET)Channels
July 21U.S. vs. Vietnam9:00 p.m.Fox
July 26U.S. vs. Netherlands9:00 p.m.Fox
Aug. 1Portugal vs. U.S.3:00 a.m.Fox

What are the groups in the 2023 Women’s World Cup?

ANew Zealand, Norway, Switzerland, Philippines
BCanada, Nigeria, Australia, Ireland
CJapan, Costa Rica, Spain, Zambia
DEngland, China, Haiti, Denmark
EU.S., Netherlands, Portugal, Vietnam
FFrance, Brazil, Jamaica, Panama
GSweden, South Africa, Italy, Argentina
HGermany, Columbia, South Korea, Morocco

How to Stream The 2023 Women’s World Cup without Cable

The Women’s World Cup will be broadcasted on Fox and Telemundo, available via an over-the-air antenna in most cities. For cableless viewers, streaming platforms like Peacock, Hulu with Live TV, YouTubeTV, Sling TV, DirecTV Stream, and Fubo TV offer viewing options at varying costs.

  • Peacock: Peacock is a streaming service from NBCUniversal. It offers a large library of current and classic shows from NBCUniversal’s catalog, including movies, news, sports, and more. For the Women’s World Cup, Peacock will be broadcasting the matches. The service offers a 7-day free trial after which there are two tiers, Peacock Premium for $4.99/month (with ads) and Peacock Premium Plus for $9.99/month (without ads). Note, live sports are not included in the free version of Peacock. Watch on Peacock
  • Hulu with Live TV: Hulu with Live TV is a subscription service that combines Hulu’s on-demand library of TV shows and movies with 75+ live and on-demand channels, including Fox and FS1 for sports. The Live TV service includes news, sports, and a variety of other programming. The service costs $70 per month and no longer offers a free trial. Watch on Hulu Live TV
  • YouTube TV: YouTube TV is a subscription service that offers live TV from 85+ channels, including major broadcast and cable networks such as Fox and FS1. After a free two-week trial, the service costs $65 per month. It also includes unlimited cloud DVR storage space and the ability to stream at home or on the go with a phone, tablet, or computer.
  • Sling TV: Sling TV is an online streaming service providing access to live and on-demand programming, including sports, news, and more. The Sling Blue plan, which includes Fox and FS1 among its channels, costs $50 per month after a seven-day free trial. Sling is currently offering a promotion where the first month is half off. Watch on SlingTV
  • DirecTV Stream: Formerly known as DirecTV Now, AT&T TVNow, and AT&T TV, this service offers a variety of live TV packages starting at $70 per month. DirecTV Stream also offers a 5 days free trial period. Watch on Directv Stream
  • Fubo TV: Fubo TV is a sports-centric internet television service. It offers live and on-demand access to sports, news, and entertainment content from over 100 channels. Fubo TV offers a seven-day free trial, and afterwards, the service costs between $70 and $100 per month, depending on the channels you choose. Watch on Fubo TV

Where is the 2023 Women’s World Cup taking place?

The 2023 Women’s World Cup will take place in Australia and New Zealand across ten venues, six in Australia and four in New Zealand. The final game is set to be at Sydney Olympic Stadium in Australia.