The 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup is going strong and we’re heading into the final slate of matches to close out the group stage. The most dominant teams to date have been the United States (2-0-0; +16 GD), Sweden (2-0-0; +6 GD), Italy (2-0-0; +6 GD), France (3-0-0; +6 GD) and Germany (3-0-0; +6 GD). The Netherlands and Canada are also both an unblemished 2-0-0, and will face off on Thursday.
This week, the World Cup gives its viewers a small dilemma by hosting all in-group matches simultaneously to prevent teams from adjusting lineups and tactics based on other results. Avaya Stadium, hosting viewing parties for all 52 matches of the tournament, will show the marquee/more influential matchup on the main video board and the other matchup on the bar televisions.
See below for the full viewing schedule this week:
Tuesday, June 18
Main video board: Italy vs. Brazil (12 p.m.)
Bar TVs: Jamaica vs. Australia (12 p.m.)
Wednesday, June 19
Main video board: Japan vs. England (12 p.m.)
Bar TVs: Scotland vs. Argentina (12 p.m.)
Thursday, June 20
Main video board: Netherlands vs. Canada (9 a.m.)
Bar TVs: Cameroon vs. New Zealand (9 a.m.)
Main video board: Sweden vs. USA (12 p.m.)
Bar TVs: Thailand vs. Chile (12 p.m.)