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ESPN will broadcast 17 U-20 Women's World Cup matches
July 31st, 2014 8:42PM

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[SOCCER ON THE AIR] In its last FIFA world championship before rights revert to Fox next year, ESPN will offer coverage of the Under-20 Women's World Cup from Canada on ESPN2, ESPNU and ESPN3. It will offer live coverage of 17 matches, including all U.S. games, beginning with Tuesday's match against Germany.

Note: All times ET.

Tuesday, Aug. 5:
ESPNU
USA-GERMANY (live), 7 pm.

ESPN3
CANADA-GHANA (live), 8 pm
CHINA-BRAZIL (live), 10 pm

Wednesday, Aug. 6:
ESPN3
MEXICO-NIGERIA (live), 7 pm

Friday, Aug. 8:
ESPNU
USA-BRAZIL (live), 10 pm.

ESPN3
GERMANY-CHINA (live), 7 pm
CANADA-FINLAND (live), 8 pm

Saturday, Aug. 9:
ESPNU
MEXICO-ENGLAND (live), 1 pm

Tuesday, Aug. 12:
ESPN2
USA-CHINA (live), 4 pm.

ESPN3
BRAZIL-GERMANY(live), 4 pm

Saturday, Aug. 16:
ESPN3
QUARTERFINALS (live), 5 pm
QUARTERFINALS (live), 8 pm

Sunday, Aug. 17:
ESPN3
QUARTERFINALS (live), 4 pm
QUARTERFINALS (live), 7 pm

Wednesday, Aug. 20:
ESPN3
SEMIFINALS (live), 4 pm
SEMIFINALS (live), 7 pm

Sunday, Aug. 24:
ESPN3
THIRD-PLACE GAME (live), 4 pm
FINAL (live), 7 pm


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