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South Korea, 10 p. EST (FOX, FOX Sports app) Match spotlight: Brazil vs. Panama Brazil comes into the Cup as an experienced squad with a hefty jolt of freshness, courtesy of legendary Swedish coach Pia Sundhage. She’s been working with them for the last four years, and per FIFA, that’s resulted in a team that’s capable of "adapting their tactics to suit the occasion, a versatility they have developed in preparation for the most important tournament of them all. " And that flexibility has served them well, as when A Seleção won the Copa America in 2022, or when they took the victorious Brits to a shoot-out finish in the UEFA Women’s EURO. And with Marta in fighting shape, they’re all but guaranteed to put on a show.


But suffice it to say that you're looking at times that are anywhere from 12 hours (for matches in Perth, Australia) to 16 hours (all New Zealand-based matches) ahead of EST. That means some matches – like Nigeria vs. Canada, the first match of day two (July 21) – will be played early in the day locally but air on what's technically the evening before in the U. S. (in this case, July 20). Who said there's no such thing as time travel? RELATED: Who could be the breakout star for this young, talented USWNT squad? Where can you stream the FIFA Women’s World Cup? We’re living in the future, baby! All matches will be live-streamed on FOXSports. com and via the FOX Sports app, and full replays will also be available.


Italy, Germany and Brazil win 2023 Women's World Cup Jul 24, 2023 — Italy, Germany and Brazil earned wins in their respective opening matches at the 2023 Women's World Cup on


The return of Estefania Banini will bolster the South American country’s lineup that finished third at the 2022 Copa America Femenina. Monday will mark the first time these two will meet on the pitch, in women’s play. GROUP HGermany vs. MoroccoWhen: Monday, July 24Time: 4:30 a. ETWhere: Melbourne Rectangular Stadium (Melbourne, Australia)Channel: FOX Sports 1, NBC UniversoStream: FuboTV (Free Trial), Sling, DirecTV Stream, PeacockOne of the big contenders heading into Australia is Germany. The only other country besides the United States to have won multiple World Cups is hoping a fresh Alexandra Popp will give them more than enough to make a run to the final for the first time since they last won it all in 2007. They get to welcome Morocco to the world stage, as the first Arabian nation to qualify for the Women’s World Cup will have their hands full on Monday.


They have made it to the Round of 16 in each of the last six tournaments, but have not placed themselves in the quarterfinals since 2011. Panama avenged their near-World Cup appearance in 2019 by beating Papua New Guinea and Paraguay in the inter-confederation playoffs just a few months ago. With the likes of Riley Tanner and Marta Cox on their crew, Panama is hoping to make waves in the Land Down Under. Follow the Women’s World Cup schedule and results hereIf you purchase a product or register for an account through one of the links on our site, we may receive compensation.


EST (FOX, FOX Sports app) | watch the replayGermany vs. Morocco, 4:30 a. EST (FOX, FOX Sports app) | watch the replayBrazil vs. Panama, 7:00 a. EST (FOX, FOX Sports app) | watch the replay For details on the results of concluded matches, scroll down to the ‘Soccer spoilers’ section. In addition to those three matches, the first match of the next day will be airing while it’s still the 24th stateside: Colombia vs.


How to Watch the 2023 FIFA World Cup today - July 24: Italy v. Argentina, Brazil v. Panama and more | Channel, Stream, PreviewItaly's goalkeeper Laura Giuliani holds the ball during the Women Euro 2022 group D soccer match between Italy and Belgium at the Manchester City Academy Stadium, in Manchester, England, Monday, July 18, 2022. (AP Photo/Jon Super)APJust a couple of days left in the first set of matches in the FIFA Women’s World, as more top countries look to grab an early three points in the group stage.


Like Megan Rapinoe, she’s announced that the 2023 Cup will be her last. She has yet to win it all for Brazil, however, and that sets the stage for a Lionel Messi-esque storybook triumph. That Cup will be the main thing she’s hunting in this tournament – but don’t be surprised if she manages to smash a few records along the way. Where is the 2023 Women’s World Cup taking place? The eyes (and cameras) of the world have turned toward host countries Australia and New Zealand. In what time zone is the Women’s World Cup taking place? Well, there's more than one time zone involved, as the battles for the Cup will take place in 10 stadiums in two countries.


Watch the FIFA Women’s World Cup on FuboTV (7-day free trial) and PeacockGROUP GItaly vs. ArgentinaWhen: Monday, July 24Time: 2 a. m. ETWhere: Eden Park (Auckland, N. Z. )Channel: FOX Sports 1, TelemundoStream: FuboTV (Free Trial), Sling, DirecTV Stream, PeacockThough they made it to the quarterfinals in 2019, Italy has seemingly gone backward in recent years. Le Azzurree went winless at Women’s Euro 2022, and has a mix of veteran and youthful talent that has not quite meshed. Cristiana Girelli and Arianna Caruso will try and do their part to help the Italians advance to the knockout stage. Despite having made it to the World Cup four times before, Argentina has never won a match on the world’s biggest stage.


Brazil - Italy live - 4 July 2023 Jul 4, 2023 — Follow the Nations League - League Round Volleyball match between Brazil and Italy. The match starts at 09:00 on 4 July


Italy vs Brazil - May 21, 2023 May 21, 2023 — View the Italy vs Brazil game played on May 21, 2023. Box score, stats, odds, highlights, play-by-play, social &


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