The 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup between the United States and the Netherlands begins today, July 7 at 11:00 a.m. ET / 8:00 a.m. PT. While the US could possibly grab its fourth World Cup title, the Netherlands are hoping for their first World Cup championship.
The final can be found on local Fox stations and Telemundo in Spanish. The game can also be streamed after authenticating a service provider on FoxSports.com or the Fox Sports app, and in Spanish on TelemundoDeportes.com and the Telemundo Deportes app.
There’s nothing like watching soccer in 4k! If you’ve got a 4k Ultra HD TV and one of the following providers you may be able to get the Women’s World Cup in 4k.
Comcast is offering live 4k broadcasts for the first time with coverage of the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup. X1 customers need the Xi6 IP video client or XG1v4 STB/DVR. Live matches won’t show up on the Guide though. Instead, customers should go to the Sports Guide in X1 or use voice commands via the X1 Menu and remote.
DirecTV is showing the Women’s World Cup in 4k on Channels 105 and 106 (although Channel 106 is also covering the U.S. Open in 4k for part of the time). Customers need a Genie HD DVR (Model HR54) or better. Here’s how to get 4k on DirecTV.
The FIFA Women’s World Cup on Dish can be watched on the service provider’s dedicated Channel 540. Customers need a Hopper 3 or the 4K Joey to watch 4k programming.
Altice USA is providing the FIFA Women’s World Cup on their dedicated Channel 200 through their Optimum service.
As well as through traditional set-top boxes from a service provider, the FIFA Women’s World Cup can be streamed in 4k using the Fox Sports and Fox Now apps. And, fuboTV is providing 4k streams of the World Cup through supporting devices.