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You can watch all seven matches this August, featuring NWSL’s Racing Louisville and OL Reign, England’s Tottenham Hotspur FC, Italy’s AC Milan, Mexico’s Club América, and Japan’s Nippon TV Tokyo Verdy Beleza. The full schedule for The Women’s Cup is listed below.
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As the exclusive English-language home of The Women’s Cup, Paramount+ begins its coverage on Sunday, Aug. 14, with AC Milan vs. Tokyo at 4 PM ET and Tottenham vs. Club América at 7 PM ET in the quarterfinal round.
The two winners will meet host Racing Louisville and OL Reign in the semifinals on Wednesday, Aug. 17 (5 and 8 PM ET), while the two losing teams from Sunday will face off for fifth place (2 PM ET). The final will be played on Saturday, Aug. 20 at 7 PM ET with the third-place match preceding it at 4 PM ET.
CBS Sports will provide additional in-depth coverage of the tournament across its digital and social platforms, including CBSSports.com; the CBS Sports app; CBS Sports HQ, the 24/7 streaming sports news service; and the Attacking Third podcast hosted by Sandra Herrera and Lisa Roman.
Tottenham recently completed its best FA Women’s Super League season in club history, while AC Milan has found recent success in Serie A, finishing the 2021-22 season with a 14-4-4 record and finishing as runner-up in the Supercoppa Italiana. NWSL stars Rose Lavelle and Megan Rapinoe anchor OL Reign this season, while Nadia Nadim and Jessica McDonald lead 2021 Women’s Cup champion Racing Louisville.
Paramount+, a leading destination for U.S. soccer fans, now features more than 2,400 live matches each year. The extensive portfolio of soccer properties includes UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League, UEFA Europa Conference League and UEFA Youth League; UEFA Women’s World Cup Qualifying; NWSL; Concacaf national team competitions (Men’s World Cup Qualifiers, Women’s World Cup Qualifiers, Men’s Nations League and Women’s Nations League); Italy’s Serie A; Argentina’s Liga Profesional de Fútbol; Brazil’s Campeonato Brasileirão Série A; the Scottish Professional Football League (cinch Premiership, cinch Championship and Premier Sports Cup); and Asian Football Confederation competitions (AFC Asian Qualifiers – Road to Qatar, AFC Champions League, AFC Women's Asian Cup and AFC Asian Cup).