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2011 Women's World Cup on the air
March 22nd, 2011 12:07AM
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[TELEVISION GUIDE] All Women's World Cup matches in Germany will be aired live and in high definition on ESPN (23 games) and ESPN2 (9), as well as ESPN3.com and ESPN Mobile TV. Coverage begins June 26. For the complete schedule ...

All 32 matches will be aired live, including 28 with match commentators on the scene in Germany. All telecasts will feature pre-match, halftime and post-match studio segments originating live from the host nation. The pre-match segments will include all symbolic FIFA World Cup traditions – the teams walking onto the field, the national anthems and ceremonial handshakes.

SCHEDULE:
Sunday June 26
8:45 a.m. ESPN2/ESPN3.com Nigeria vs. France
11:30 a.m. ESPN/ESPN3.com Germany vs. Canada

Monday June 27
8:45 a.m. ESPN/ESPN3.com Japan vs. New Zealand
11:45 a.m. ESPN/ESPN3.com Mexico vs. England

Tuesday June 28

8:45 a.m. ESPN/ESPN3.com Colombia vs. Sweden
11:45 a.m. ESPN/ESPN3.com USA vs. Korea DPR

Wednesday June 29

8:45 a.m. ESPN/ESPN3.com Norway vs. Equa. Guinea
12 p.m. ESPN/ESPN3.com Brazil vs. Australia

Thursday June 30

11:45 a.m. ESPN/ESPN3.com Canada vs. France
2:30 p.m. ESPN2/ESPN3.com Germany vs. Nigeria

Friday July 1

8:45 a.m. ESPN/ESPN3.com Japan vs. Mexico
12 p.m. ESPN/ESPN3.com New Zealand vs. England

Saturday July 2
7:45 a.m. ESPN2/ESPN3.com Korea DPR vs. Sweden
11:30 a.m. ESPN/ESPN3.com USA vs. Colombia

Sunday July 3
7:45 a.m. ESPN2/ESPN3.com Australia vs. Equa. Guinea
12 p.m. ESPN/ESPN3.com Brazil vs. Norway

Tuesday July 5

12 p.m. ESPN/ESPN3.com England vs. Japan
12 p.m. ESPN2/ESPN3.com New Zealand vs. Mexico
 2:30 p.m. ESPN/ESPN3.com France vs. Germany
 2:30 p.m. ESPN2/ESPN3.com Canada vs. Nigeria

Wednesday July 6
11:45 a.m. ESPN/ESPN3.com Equa. Guinea vs. Brazil
11:45 a.m. ESPN2/ESPN3.com Australia vs. Norway
2:30 p.m. ESPN/ESPN3.com Sweden vs. USA
2:30 p.m. ESPN2/ESPN3.com Korea DPR vs. Colombia

2nd Stage – Quarterfinals
Saturday July 9
11:30 a.m. ESPN/ESPN3.com 1st B vs. 2nd A (#26)
2:15 p.m. ESPN/ESPN3.com 1st A vs. 2nd B (#25)

Sunday July 10

6:30 a.m. ESPN/ESPN3.com 1st C vs. 2nd D (#27)
11 a.m. ESPN/ESPN3.com 1st D vs. 2nd C (#28)

2nd Stage – Semifinals
Wednesday July 13
11:30 a.m. ESPN/ESPN3.com Winners: Match 26 vs. 28 (#29)
2:15 p.m. ESPN/ESPN3.com Winners: Match 25 vs. 27 (#30)

Third-Place Match

Saturday July 16
11 a.m. ESPN2/ESPN3.com Losers – 29 vs. 30

Championship
Sunday July 17
2 p.m. ESPN/ESPN3.com Winners – 29 vs. 30



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