Paris – In less than one week, it’s “All Eyes on Us,” as the FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019™ kicks off on FOX and FS1. Today, the network’s broadcaster assignments for the tournament’s Group Stage were announced by David Neal, Executive Producer, FIFA Women’s World Cup™ on FOX.

The tournament begins Friday, June 7, with FOX Sports lead FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019™ play-by-play announcer JP Dellacamera and lead match analyst Aly Wagner on the call as host nation France faces Korea Republic at 3:00 PM ET on FS1 live from Parc des Princes in Paris. A one-hour edition of FIFA WOMEN’S WORLD CUP LIVE at 2:00 PM ET previews the opening match.

The FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019™ continues with a full day of matches on Saturday, June 8. Play begins at 9:00 AM ET with Lisa Byington and Cat Whitehill calling the action for Germany vs. China on FS1, followed by Jenn Hildreth and Kyndra de St. Aubin on the call for Spain vs. South Africa at 12:00 PM ET on the FOX broadcast network. At 3:00 PM ET on FOX, Derek Rae and Danielle Slaton are live from Stade Auguste-Delaune in Reims for Norway vs. Nigeria. Glenn Davis and Angela Hucles make their FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019™ debut Sunday, June 9, for Australia vs. Italy at 7:00 AM ET on FS1.

The U.S. Women’s National Team begins its Women’s World Cup title defense on Tuesday, June 11, opening Group Stage play against Thailand at 3:00 PM ET on the FOX broadcast network. Dellacamera and Wagner have the call live from Stade Auguste-Delaune in Reims and are joined by reporter Alex Curry. A one-hour edition of FIFA WOMEN’S WORLD CUP TODAY leads into the match and features an emotional look at the U.S. WNT as it joined a group of World War II veterans on Omaha Beach, the site of the D-Day landings, and at the Normandy American Cemetery as part of The Greatest Generations Foundation Normandy Experience.

FOX Sports’ FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019™ coverage begins Wednesday, June 5, with a one-hour FIFA WOMEN’S WORLD CUP FRANCE 2019 PREVIEW SHOW from the network’s Paris studio. Rob Stone hosts alongside analysts Kate Gill, Ariane Hingst, Alexi Lalas, Karina LeBlanc, Heather O’Reilly and Kelly Smith with reports from Jenny Taft and Grant Wahl.

Each match day during the FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019™, FOX Sports presents exclusive studio coverage from its set located in Paris’s iconic Place du Trocadero in the shadow of the Eiffel Tower. Stone and Taft serve as hosts and are joined by analysts Eni Aluko, Gill, Hingst, Lalas, LeBlanc, O’Reilly and Smith. Christina Unkel is FOX Sports’ FIFA Women’s World Cup™ rules analyst, and Wahl serves as correspondent-at-large.

Each match day, LeBlanc and Aaron West co-host FIFA WOMEN’S WORLD CUP NOW live on Twitter via @FOXSports and @FOXSoccer. FOX SOCCER TONIGHT, which originates from the network’s Los Angeles studios, wraps each night during this Summer of Soccer with host Kate Abdo and analysts Leslie Osborne, Christie Pearce Rampone, Maurice Edu, Cobi Jones and Fernando Fiore providing reaction and analysis to the FIFA Women’s World Cup™ and Concacaf Gold Cup.

The complete game broadcaster assignments for the FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019™ Group Stage is below.

FOX Sports FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019™
Group Stage Broadcaster Assignments
(Coverage Begins One Hour Before Match Start Time on Televising Channel)

Date Time (ET) Network Matchup Broadcasters
Friday, June 7 3:00 PM FS1 France vs. Korea Republic JP Dellacamera and Aly Wagner
Saturday, June 8 9:00 AM FS1 Germany vs. China PR Lisa Byington and Cat Whitehill
12:00 PM FOX Spain vs. South Africa Jenn Hildreth and Kyndra de St. Aubin
3:00 PM FOX Norway vs. Nigeria Derek Rae and Danielle Slaton
Sunday, June 9 7:00 AM FS1 Australia vs. Italy Glenn Davis and Angela Hucles
9:30 AM FS1 Brazil vs. Jamaica Lisa Byington and Cat Whitehill
12:00 PM FOX England vs. Scotland JP Dellacamera and Aly Wagner
Monday, June 10 12:00 PM FS1 Argentina vs. Japan Derek Rae and Danielle Slaton
3:00 PM FS1 Canada vs. Cameroon Jenn Hildreth and Kyndra de St. Aubin
Tuesday, June 11 9:00 AM FS1 New Zealand vs. Netherlands Glenn Davis and Angela Hucles
12:00 PM FS1 Chile vs. Sweden Jenn Hildreth and Kyndra de St. Aubin
3:00 PM FOX USA vs. Thailand JP Dellacamera,

Aly Wagner and

Alex Curry

Wednesday, June 12 9:00 AM FS1 Nigeria vs. Korea Republic Glenn Davis and Angela Hucles
12:00 PM FOX Germany vs. Spain Lisa Byington and Cat Whitehill
3:00 PM FOX France vs. Norway Derek Rae and Danielle Slaton
Thursday, June 13 12:00 PM FOX Australia vs. Brazil Jenn Hildreth and Kyndra de St. Aubin
3:00 PM FOX South Africa vs. China PR Lisa Byington and Cat Whitehill
Friday, June 14 9:00 AM FS1 Japan vs. Scotland Glenn Davis and Angela Hucles
12:00 PM FOX Jamaica vs. Italy Lisa Byington and Cat Whitehill
3:00 PM FOX England vs. Argentina JP Dellacamera and Aly Wagner
Saturday, June 15 9:00 AM FS1 Netherlands vs. Cameroon Jenn Hildreth and Kyndra de St. Aubin
2:50 PM FS2 Canada vs. New Zealand Glenn Davis and Angela Hucles

 

Sunday, June 16 9:00 AM FS1 Sweden vs. Thailand Derek Rae and Danielle Slaton
12:00 PM FOX USA vs. Chile JP Dellacamera, Aly Wagner, Alex Curry and Jenny Taft
Monday, June 17 12:00 PM FOX South Africa vs. Germany Lisa Byington and Cat Whitehill
12:00 PM FS1 China PR vs. Spain Jenn Hildreth and Kyndra de St. Aubin
3:00 PM FOX Nigeria vs. France Derek Rae and Danielle Slaton
3:00 PM FS1 Korea Republic vs. Norway Glenn Davis and Angela Hucles
Tuesday, June 18 3:00 PM FOX Italy vs. Brazil Lisa Byington and Cat Whitehill
3:00 PM FS1 Jamaica vs. Australia Jenn Hildreth and Kyndra de St. Aubin
Wednesday, June 19 3:00 PM FOX Japan vs. England JP Dellacamera and Aly Wagner
3:00 PM FS1 Scotland vs. Argentina Glenn Davis and Angela Hucles
Thursday, June 20 12:00 PM FOX Netherlands vs. Canada Derek Rae and Danielle Slaton
12:00 PM FS1 Cameroon vs. New Zealand Lisa Byington and Cat Whitehill
3:00 PM FOX Sweden vs. USA JP Dellacamera, Aly Wagner, Alex Curry and Jenny Taft
3:00 PM FS1 Thailand vs. Chile Jenn Hildreth and Kyndra de St. Aubin


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