With the end of the women’s soccer portion of the 2012 Olympics, so goes most of the world’s access to being able to see any women’s soccer on live television. As the WPS has been disbanded, there is no women’s major league to watch this year, but there are still some great national team and college games that should not be missed by fans. The college system is where most of the USWNT developed their skills and there is incredible strength in these teams, which start their season this month.
This is an incomplete list since there are so many different networks to follow. Please contact us with any TV scheduling not on here and check back for updates. We’ll also add a new post whenever there is updated info so you don’t miss any games.
A few ways to watch women’s soccer now:
- USWNT: The USWNT have two games both being shown on NBC next month as part of their Olympic victory tour. On September 1st the team takes on Costa Rica at 2:30 PM (ET) and on September 16th at 12:30 PM (ET) they play Australia.
- Fox Soccer: The network will show a match weekly of some of the best match-ups in men and women’s college soccer. Eight of the matches will feature women’s teams. A list of the televised matches is here.
- ACC Matches: It looks like over 10 matches will be shown nationwide on ESPN3 and a few on ESPNU. A list of televised matches is here.
- Big 10 Network: The network is showing at least 60 matches this season (combined men and women’s), with at least one live women’s match a week. A list of televised matches is here. For updates, follow their soccer Twitter account.
- Big 12 Matches: All that’s known so far is four matches will be shown on ESPNU, Fox Soccer and FSN. A list of televised matches is here.
- Big East Matches: A schedule of matches is available here, but no TV info could be found as of yet.
- Pac-12 Networks: Those with access to the channels will be able to watch 58 women’s Pac-12 matches this season. A list of the televised matches is here.
- SEC Matches: Those in SEC country will have access to games on CSS, CST and SportSouth. Four matches will be shown on ESPNU, which 73 million households have access to. A list of televised matches is here.
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