The 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup kicked-off in Canada on Saturday, June 6.
Every game will be aired on the Fox network and on NBC's sister network Telemundo (with commentary in Spanish). Livestreams will also be available.
For the first time, all 52 matches of the tournament will be available live in Spanish in the U.S. across Telemundo, NBC Universo and NBCDeportes.com, with former Mexican Women’s National Team captain Andrea Rodebaugh joining the network talent roster as analyst and commentator.
NBC Universo will broadcast all first round matches of the USA national team. Telemundo will air all of the Mexican women’s team’s first round games. Click here for Telemundo's live stream coverage of first round games.
On Sunday, July 5 at 6:30 p.m. ET, the World Cup final will be broadcast on Telemundo, returning to Spanish-language TV after an eight-year absence.
For the full Spanish-language broadcast schedule click here.
The roster of competing nations is as follows: USA, Germany, France, Brazil, Japan, Canada, Sweden, England, Norway, Australia, China, Spain, Netherlands, South Korea, Switzerland, Mexico,
New Zealand, Colombia, Nigeria, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Ivory Coast, Cameroon and Thailand.