Just follow those instructions above. The CTV Go app will let you watch Don't get disheartened if you're away from Canada and want to catch the football.
Since then, he defending champion US squad has so far gone undefeated, and on Friday they play the host country France, another strong team, in a must-watch quarterfinal match that kicks off at 3 pm ET on Fox.
The winner will go on to face England in the semifinals on July 2 3 pm ET. The other set of quarterfinals takes place on Saturday, June 29, starting at 9 am ET. Italy and the Netherlands face off first, followed by Germany and Sweden. The winners will move on to a semifinal on July 3 3 pm ET.
The losing sides in each semi will play for third place on July 6 3 pm ET. And the final will take place on July 7, starting at 11 am ET. Want to watch without paying anything? We rounded up the online streaming services that carry the right channels and also offer free trials.
Scan below to find an offer or two! Team USA is on a mission to defend their title, but this is no walk in the park.
While the US still fields a strong squad, the rest of the women's soccer world is catching up —fast. A record 62 broadcasters from around the world are going to air the tournament this year, according to FIFA.
The matches will also be available in Spanish at TelemundoDeportes. You can sign up for a free trial: Most providers will let you test out their service for a week, no charge.
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