Fox Sports reveals broadcast crew for Women's World Cup

JP Dellacamera and Aly Wagner will again serve as the lead broadcast crew for Fox Sports' coverage of the Women’s World Cup, which kicks off July 20 in Australia and New Zealand.

Play-by-Play / Match Analysts
JP Dellacamera and Aly Wagner
Jacqui Oatley and Lori Lindsey
John Strong and Kyndra de St. Aubin
Kate Scott and Danielle Slaton 
Jenn Hildreth and Warren Barton

Carli Lloyd, who played for the USA when it won the 2015 and 2019 Women's World Cup titles, joins Fox Sports for its studio coverage along with lead analyst Alexi Lalas, along with former U.S. internationals Heather O’Reilly and Stu Holden, Canadian Karina LeBlanc, Australian Kate Gill and German Ariane Hingst.

• Fox schedule: 2023 Women's World Cup

Rob Stone returns as the lead host for studio coverage throughout the tournament. 

Others working on the coverage will be reporter Jenny Taft, who will be embedded with the USWNT throughout the tournament, Tom Rinaldi, 17-time Emmy Award winning storyteller, Chris “The Bear” Fallica, who will join the network coverage as a wagering expert, and former referees Dr. Joe Machnik and Mark Clattenburg, who will serve as rules analysts.

7 comments about "Fox Sports reveals broadcast crew for Women's World Cup".
  1. R2 Dad, June 8, 2023 at 11:17 p.m.

    My thoughts on how to update that lineup: Lalas is outdated, Stu has recently proven (sadly, bc I like Stu) his old-school take on football is also outdated. Why do we need a German commentator? That Hingst chemistry better be good in the studio. Same with Clattenburg--do we really need more Brits? Christina Unkel has the better analysis, personality and checks all those DEI boxes supposedly so important these days. Wagering Expert? That's gotta be a typo.

  2. frank schoon, June 9, 2023 at 8:06 a.m.

    I Remember whenever Hollywood makes a bad movie , they would advertise the large cast of great stars involved in the movie...obvious this was a telling sign. Seeing this crew of commentators participants ,put together, who ,to me, couldn't fill a sentence with some interesting 'insights' about the game. It looks like ,i'll either turning off the volume or order some Apple earplugs...

  3. Ben Myers replied, June 9, 2023 at 4:57 p.m.

    Or watch on a Spanish language channel!  I get more useful info out of Spanish commentary than I do from the Fox talking heads.

    Strong was absolutely deadly during the men's World Cup.  He appears not to know his backside from his elbow when it comes to soccer.  Lalas thinks too much of himself.  Holden showed during the World Cup that he was completely clueless about the LOTG.

  4. frank schoon replied, June 9, 2023 at 9:26 p.m.


  5. John Soares, June 10, 2023 at 6:45 p.m.

    DelaCamara is still the best 
    Stays focused on the game
    Calls the game without all the chatter
    Names players.... not all  are household names 
    Especially foreign players
    Aly plays a good sidekick

  6. Bob Ashpole replied, June 10, 2023 at 9:15 p.m.

    Play-by-play was a creature of radio broadcasts. Never say the need for it for a video broadcast.

  7. Bob Ashpole, June 10, 2023 at 9:13 p.m.

    I always liked Julie Foudy, but she doesn't work for Fox. She tried to provide insights, but it was intended to the typical US fans so none of it was news to me. Didn't talk just to fill dead air and knows soccer too. Aly is comparable. I might keep the sound on to hear her. Usually though I listen to a Spanish language broadcast.

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