How to Stream the FIFA World Cup Women’s Soccer Final

Fox Sports Go 2015 FIFA World Cup USA Womens

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Want to watch the final of the 2015 FIFA World Cup women’s soccer match on your tablet or PC? There is only one way to legitimately live-stream the FIFA World Cup, and that’s through Fox Sports Go. The service provides over-the-internet streams of live network broadcasts from Fox Sports, Fox Sports 1, Fox Sports 2, Fox Deportes, Fox College Sports, and regional Fox sports networks.

In addition to the live network broadcast of the FIFA World Cup, Fox Sports Go offers accompanying streams of the event including the Cable Cam, Tactical View, and Match 360 views. When there are no live events happening, Fox Sports Go re-broadcasts previously aired programs. And for Spanish speakers, some Fox Deportes programming is also available.

There are essentially three ways to stream Fox Sports Go:

  1. Through web browsers on PCs and Macs at FoxSportsGo.com
  2. Using the Fox Sports Go apps for Android, Apple iOS, and Windows smartphones and tablets
  3. On the Fox Sports Go app channel for Amazon Fire TV (Apple TV and Roku not supported)

To watch programming on Fox Sports Go, viewers need to first need to authenticate the service (whether on the website or apps) with the username and password associated with a TV provider. If using a using an app, local services must be turned on. Most major TV service providers support the service. (See the list below.)

Fox Sports Go also streams other sporting events from MLB ON FOX, NBA, NASCAR, UFC, College Football, College Hoops, UEFA Champions League Soccer, and the the US Open.

FOX Sports GO partners:

• AT&T U-verse
• Bright House
• Cable One
• Cablevision Optimum
• Charter
• Comcast XFINITY
• COX
• DIRECTV
• Mediacom
• Midcontinent Communications
• Suddenlink
• Time Warner Cable
• Verizon FIOS
• WOW!

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