All USA matches at FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup to air on FOX Sports
CHICAGO (Via U.S. Soccer) – The U.S. U-17 Women’s National Team will televise all the matches at the 2016 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup across the networks of FOX Sports. The USA begins Group D play this Saturday, Oct. 1, when it faces Paraguay at 11:55 a.m. ET on FOX Soccer Plus with Mark Rogondino and 1999 U.S. Women’s World Cup champion Shannon MacMillan on the call.
The 2016 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup in Jordan, the first FIFA women’s competition to take place in the Middle East, will see FOX Sports televise all 32 tournament matches on FS1, FS2 and FOX Soccer Plus. All matches are also available for live and on-demand streaming via the FOX Sports GO app and online at FOXSportsGO.com and on-demand at FOXSoccer2Go.com. Fans can enter a free promo code to watch the games on the FOXSoccer2Go.com registration page when prompted. The promo code is “U17WNT” and can be activated fromSept. 30-Oct. 31.
The USA’s first Group D match against Paraguay will be played at Prince Mohammed International Stadium in Al Zarqa (11:55 a.m. ET; FOX Soccer Plus). The U.S. will then take on Ghana on Oct. 4 at King Abdullah II International Stadium in Amman (8:55 a.m. ET; FS2) and will finish group play on Oct. 8 against Japan at Amman International Stadium (11:55 a.m. ET; FS2).
The 2016 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup will feature 16 teams, with the top two finishers in each group advancing to the quarterfinals. Should the U.S. advance to the second round by winning the group, it would meet a second-place team from Group C. If the USA finishes second in the group, it would face the first-place team from Group C.
Group A features Jordan, Spain, Mexico and New Zealand. Group B features Venezuela, Germany, Cameroon and Canada. Group C features Nigeria, Brazil, England and Korea DPR.
FOX Sports’ broadcasters for the tournament include a rotation of announcers who were part of FOX Sports’ 2015 Women’s World Cup coverage. In addition to MacMillan, former U.S. Women’s National Team players Angela Hucles and Danielle Slaton, who captained the U.S. Women’s U-16 Team from 1996-1997, will provide color commentary.
2016 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup TV Schedule:
|Friday, Sept. 30||7:55 AM||Venezuela vs. Germany||FS2|
|Friday, Sept. 30||9:55 AM||Mexico vs. New Zealand||FS2|
|Friday, Sept. 30||10:55 AM||Cameroon vs. Canada||FOX Soccer Plus|
|Friday, Sept. 30||12:55 PM||Jordan vs. Spain||FOX Soccer Plus|
|Saturday, Oct.1||8:55 AM||Nigeria vs. Brazil||FS1|
|Saturday, Oct.1||8:55 AM||Ghana vs. Japan||FOX Soccer Plus|
|Saturday, Oct.1||11:55AM||USA vs. Paraguay||FOX Soccer Plus|
|Saturday, Oct.1||5:00PM/1:00AM||England vs. Korea||FOX Soccer Plus/FS2|
|Monday, Oct. 3||8:55 AM||Spain vs. New Zealand||FS2|
|Monday, Oct. 3||8:55 AM||Venezuela vs. Cameroon||FOX Soccer Plus|
|Monday, Oct. 3||11:55AM||Germany vs. Canada||FS2|
|Monday, Oct. 3||11:55AM||Jordan vs. Mexico||FOX Soccer Plus|
|Tuesday, Oct. 4||8:55 AM||USA vs. Ghana||FS2|
|Tuesday, Oct. 4||8:55 AM||Nigeria vs. England||FOX Soccer Plus|
|Tuesday, Oct. 4||11:55AM||Brazil vs. Korea||FS2|
|Tuesday, Oct. 4||11:55AM||Paraguay vs. Japan||FOX Soccer Plus|
|Friday, Oct. 7||8:55 AM||Spain vs. Mexico||FS2|
|Friday, Oct. 7||8:55 AM||New Zealand vs. Jordan||FOX Soccer Plus|
|Friday, Oct. 7||5:00PM/3:00AM||Germany vs. Cameroon||FS2/FOX Soccer Plus|
|Friday, Oct. 7||11:55AM||Canada vs. Venezuela||FOX Soccer Plus|
|Saturday, Oct. 8||8:55 AM||Brazil vs. England||FS1|
|Saturday, Oct. 8||8:55 AM||Korea vs. Nigeria||FS2|
|Saturday, Oct. 8||11:55AM||Japan vs. USA||FS2|
|Saturday, Oct. 8||5:00PM||Paraguay vs. Ghana||FS2|
|Wednesday, Oct. 12||8:55 AM||Quarterfinal||FS2|
|Wednesday, Oct. 12||11:55AM||Quarterfinal||FS2|
|Thursday, Oct. 13||8:55 AM||Quarterfinal||FS2|
|Thursday, Oct. 13||11:55AM||Quarterfinal||FS2|
|Monday, Oct. 17||8:55 AM||Semifinal||FS2|
|Monday, Oct. 17||11:55AM||Semifinal||FS2|
|Friday, Oct. 21||9:55AM||Third place||FS2|
|Friday, Oct. 21||12:55PM||Final||FS2|