How to watch the U.S. men’s and women’s soccer matches at the World Cup and World Cup Qualifier in Chicago: ESPN2
The Fox Sports App is bringing the World Cups to Apple TV.
The new service is available now and will allow users to stream games from the Men’s World Cup, which starts July 9, and the Women’s World Cups starting July 13.
The first of the new apps, the Fox Sports Go app, will be available for free through June 30, with the others to follow through the summer.
Users will be able to stream live U.K. and French matches from the Women and Men’s games, which are streamed live by the UCL and the National Basketball Association, respectively.
A live streaming experience is available to watch a game online via the UStream app, which will be integrated into the Fox News app as well.
Fox Sports Go also lets users watch games through ESPN, which is streaming all of the matches on Fox Sports.
The apps are not limited to the Men and Women’s games.
Fox Sports 2 is also streaming the men’s semifinal between Germany and Sweden on July 17, the women’s final between France and Germany on July 20 and the men and women finals between Belgium and Argentina on July 21.
Fox’s Go app also features the men-plus-women and women-plus matches of the U-20 Women’s National Team matches and the U18 Men’s National Teams matches.
In the men, the U20 women face Colombia and Costa Rica in a semifinal on July 13, while in the women, the two teams meet in the semifinals of the Women the Americas Cup.
For the women and men, ESPN is streaming the World Championship between Germany, Spain and England, which concludes on July 18, while Fox Sports will have live coverage of the women-solo final between Brazil and Chile on July 25.
The Men’s Final of the World Championships will be streamed on July 30, while the Women Final will be shown on Aug. 7.
Fox is also offering a variety of other soccer viewing options.
For the men on the mens side, the Men Soccer Channel will stream matches live, while on the women it will be on the Fox Soccer Plus channel, which includes highlights of matches from across the league.
The women’s men’s men and female sides will be featured on Fox Soccer One, while women’s women’s teams and their supporters groups will also be shown.
Fox is also planning to offer live soccer streams from the 2017 FIFA Women’s Confederations Cup in Brazil, which begins in late June.