Fox Sports, which will cover all 52 matches at the 2019 Women's World Cup live from France, will air two daily studio shows during the tournament from Place du Trocadero, across from the Eiffel Tour, in Paris.
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Women's World Cup Live and Women's World Cup Today will be followed in the evening by Fox Soccer Tonight, carried live from Fox Studios in Los Angeles. The latter show will wrap up the Women's World Cup and Gold Cup. In addition, Fox Sports will produce a live-stream a Twitter show, Women's World Cup Now, every matchday from Paris.
The Women's World Cup will begin June 7 while the Gold Cup will start June 15. Both tournaments will conclude with finals on July 7.
JP Dellacamera and two-time Olympic gold medalist Aly Wagner will be Fox Sports' lead announcing team.
Dellacamera has covered 14 World Cups (nine men's, five women's) on TV and radio, while this summer's tournament will be the third for Wagner (two women's, one men's).