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Where can you watch NCAA Women's Soccer in United States?

ESPN
ESPN
» Seasons 2019-2032
Following a 12-year contract extension from the 2020-21 season, ESPN will broadcast NCAA Women's soccer matches on its linear TV networks in USA. ESPN will also stream the matches on its OTT platforms ESPN+ and ESPN App for subscribers on computers, mobile devices, games consoles and smart TVs.
Available on:

ESPN+

ESPNU

ESPN3

ESPN App

ACC Network

ACC Network Extra

ESPNEWS

fuboTV
» Seasons 2020-2032
fuboTV has inherited NCAA Women’s Soccer rights in USA, subsequent to a deal with ESPN to stream their sports coverage live and on demand.

About NCAA Women's Soccer

NCAA Women's Soccer History, Format, Organization, Media Coverage

The NCAA Division I men's soccer tournament (also known as the College Cup during the semi-finals and the championship rounds) is an annual American intercollegiate soccer competition to determine the Division I men’s national champion. It was created in 1959 and is organized by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). The first edition of this competition featured eight teams, but the tournament proper has since expanded over the years to include a total of 48 teams as of the 2023/24 NCAA Division I season.

St. Louis University, Indiana University, the University of Virginia, and the University of Maryland are among the teams to have won multiple NCAA Division I titles. In more recent years, other schools, such as Stanford University, Georgetown University, and Syracuse University, have also won at least one NCAA Division I title.

During the regular season, over 200 teams spread across 20-plus conferences compete to win their respective conferences and put themselves in good stead to qualify for the NCAA Division I men’s soccer tournament, which features 48 teams. In its current format, the NCAA Division I men’s tournament is a single-elimination competition. Some of the teams qualify through receiving automatic bids (which usually is through winning a team’s conference), while others receive “at-large” bids (which is determined by a committee who calculates a team’s overall strength and performance using a variety of metrics).

The 48 teams are then seeded (ranked) by the NCAA selection committee, and the top 16 teams receive a “bye”, which is a pass to skip the first round. The other remaining 32 teams are then grouped by geography, and will play each other for a chance to compete against the top 16 teams in the second round.

During the first four rounds, the top seeded (ranked) team gets an additional benefit - to host the match. However, once the competition progresses to the semi-final and finals, commonly known as the College Cup, matches are played at a predetermined neutral side so as not to give any team any form of home pitch advantage.

The final four teams to compete in the College Cup are the winners of four brackets called “Regional One”, “Regional Two”, “Regional Three”, and “Regional Four”.

In addition to Division I, NCAA Men’s Soccer also has two other divisions: Division II and Division III. The NCAA Division II Men’s Soccer tournament was created in the early 1970s to help separate tiers for collegiate men’s soccer teams. To date, Southern Connecticut State University and Seattle Pacific University are among the most successful teams in Division II (D-II) men’s soccer history.

Meanwhile, Division III was also created in the early 1970s and holds its own separate soccer tournament each season. The most successful team in Division III (D-III) history is Messiah University, while Tufts University has recently emerged as a major powerhouse in D-III men’s soccer since the start of the 21st century.

Media coverage

In the USA, the NCAA Division I men’s soccer competition was primarily covered by ESPN during the late 1970s through the early 1990s. From the mid 1990s through much of the first two decades of the 21st century, broadcasts shifted to the College Sports Television (CSTV) network, before ESPN acquired TV broadcast rights to show games through its college-focused channel, ESPNU. The network then renewed its deal in a multi-year arrangement in the early 2020s to broadcast and live-stream NCAA Division I men’s soccer games.

In addition, several regional conferences, such as the Pac-12, ACC, and others, also regularly show and live-stream their conference’s games through their own partnerships with ESPN. Meanwhile, FuboTV is another resource to live-stream NCAA Division I men’s soccer games for viewers based in the United States.

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Group stage

Group A
Jun 14, 3:00pm Germany 5 - 1 Scotland
Jun 15, 9:00am Hungary 1 - 3 Switzerland
Jun 19, 12:00pm Germany vs Hungary
Jun 19, 3:00pm Scotland vs Switzerland
Jun 23, 3:00pm Scotland vs Hungary
Jun 23, 3:00pm Switzerland vs Germany
Group B
Jun 15, 12:00pm Spain 3 - 0 Croatia
Jun 15, 3:00pm Italy 2 - 1 Albania
Jun 19, 9:00am Croatia vs Albania
Jun 20, 3:00pm Spain vs Italy
Jun 24, 3:00pm Albania vs Spain
Jun 24, 3:00pm Croatia vs Italy
Group C
Jun 16, 12:00pm Slovenia 1 - 1 Denmark
Jun 16, 3:00pm Serbia 0 - 1 England
Jun 20, 9:00am Slovenia vs Serbia
Jun 20, 12:00pm Denmark vs England
Jun 25, 3:00pm Denmark vs Serbia
Jun 25, 3:00pm England vs Slovenia
Group D
Jun 16, 9:00am Poland 1 - 2 Netherlands
Jun 17, 3:00pm Austria 0 - 1 France
Jun 21, 12:00pm Poland vs Austria
Jun 21, 3:00pm Netherlands vs France
Jun 25, 12:00pm France vs Poland
Jun 25, 12:00pm Netherlands vs Austria
Group E
Jun 17, 9:00am Romania 3 - 0 Ukraine
Jun 17, 12:00pm Belgium 0 - 1 Slovakia
Jun 21, 9:00am Slovakia vs Ukraine
Jun 22, 3:00pm Belgium vs Romania
Jun 26, 12:00pm Slovakia vs Romania
Jun 26, 12:00pm Ukraine vs Belgium
Group F
Jun 18, 12:00pm Turkey 3 - 1 Georgia
Jun 18, 3:00pm Portugal 0 - 0 Czech Republic
Jun 22, 9:00am Georgia vs Czech Republic
Jun 22, 12:00pm Turkey vs Portugal
Jun 26, 3:00pm Czech Republic vs Turkey
Jun 26, 3:00pm Georgia vs Portugal
Knockout Stage

Round of 16
Jun 29, 12:00pm Berlin
2nd Group A vs 2nd Group B
Jun 29, 3:00pm Dortmund
1st Group A vs 2nd Group C
Jun 30, 12:00pm Gelsenkirchen
1st Group C vs 3rd Group D/E/F
Jun 30, 3:00pm Cologne
1st Group B vs 3rd Group A/D/E/F
Round of 16
Jul 1, 12:00pm Düsseldorf
2nd Group D vs 2nd Group E
Jul 1, 3:00pm Frankfurt
1st Group F vs 3rd Group A/B/C
Jul 2, 12:00pm Munich
1st Group E vs 3rd Group A/B/C/D
Jul 2, 3:00pm Leipzig
1st Group D vs 2nd Group F
Quarter-final
Jul 5, 12:00pm Stuttgart
Winner M39 vs Winner M37
Jul 5, 3:00pm Hamburg
Winner M41 vs Winner M42
Jul 6, 12:00pm Düsseldorf
Winner M40 vs Winner M38
Jul 6, 3:00pm Berlin
Winner M43 vs Winner M44
Semi-final
Jul 9, 3:00pm Munich
Winner M45 vs Winner M46
Jul 10, 3:00pm Dortmund
Winner M47 vs Winner M48
Final
Jul 14, 3:00pm Berlin
Winner M49 vs Winner M50


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Group stage

Group A
Jun 20, 8:00pm Atlanta, GA
Argentina vs Canada
Jun 21, 8:00pm Arlington TX
Peru vs Chile
Jun 25, 6:00pm Kansas City, KS
Peru vs Canada
Jun 25, 9:00pm East Rutherford, NJ
Chile vs Argentina
Jun 29, 8:00pm Miami Gardens, FL
Argentina vs Peru
Jun 29, 8:00pm Orlando, FL
Canada vs Chile
Group B
Jun 22, 6:00pm Santa Clara, CA
Ecuador vs Venezuela
Jun 22, 9:00pm Houston, TX
Mexico vs Jamaica
Jun 26, 6:00pm Las Vegas, NV
Ecuador vs Jamaica
Jun 26, 9:00pm Inglewood, CA
Venezuela vs Mexico
Jun 30, 8:00pm Austin, TX
Jamaica vs Venezuela
Jun 30, 8:00pm Glendale, AZ
Mexico vs Ecuador
Group C
Jun 23, 6:00pm Arlington, TX
USA vs Bolivia
Jun 23, 9:00pm Miami Gardens, FL
Uruguay vs Panama
Jun 27, 6:00pm Atlanta, GA
Panama vs USA
Jun 27, 9:00pm
Uruguay vs Bolivia
Jul 1, 9:00pm Orlando, FL
Bolivia vs Panama
Jul 1, 9:00pm Kansas City, MO
USA vs Uruguay
Group D
Jun 24, 6:00pm Houston, TX
Colombia vs Paraguay
Jun 24, 9:00pm Inglewood, CA
Brazil vs Costa Rica
Jun 28, 6:00pm Glendale, AZ
Colombia vs Costa Rica
Jun 28, 9:00pm Las Vegas, NV
Paraguay vs Brazil
Jul 2, 9:00pm Santa Clara, CA
Brazil vs Colombia
Jul 2, 9:00pm Austin, TX
Costa Rica vs Paraguay
Knockout Stage

Quarter-final
Jul 4, 9:00pm Houston, TX
1st Group A vs 2nd Group B
Jul 5, 9:00pm Arlington, TX
1st Group B vs 2nd Group A
Quarter-final
Jul 6, 6:00pm Las Vegas, NV
1st Group C vs 2nd Group D
Jul 6, 9:00pm Glendale, AZ
1st Group D vs 2nd Group C
Semi-final
Jul 9, 8:00pm East Rutherford, NJ
Winner M25 vs Winner M26
Jul 10, 8:00pm Charlotte, NC
Winner M27 vs Winner M28
3rd place match
Jul 13, 8:00pm Charlotte, NC
Loser M29 vs Loser M30
Final
Jul 14, 8:00pm Miami Gardens, FL
Winner M29 vs Winner M30