Watch USWNT vs. Portugal online: TV Channel and Live Streaming for FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023


The United States are 1-0-1 in their group at the Women’s World Cup and need a win or another draw against Portugal to ensure they advance to the round of 16.

The USWNT have never been eliminated in the group stage, and as the No. 1 ranked team in the world, it would be a devastating blow to their record if they were to do so this year.

If they lose to Portugal, not much can be done. Fate will have their future in their hands and they will be heading towards the dreaded elimination. There is only one thing that can turn the tide, and that is if the unthinkable happens in the Netherlands-Vietnam match.

And since it’s football, you never know.

The USA lead Group E on goal difference, with the Netherlands level on four points going into the last game.

Whether we see history broken or extended on Tuesday depends on Trinity Rodman and the rest of the lily-white jerseys.

What channel is USWNT vs. Portugal on today?

Fans in the U.S. can watch USA vs. Portugal on TV in English or Spanish. Fox has the English-language rights, while NBCUniversal has the Spanish-language broadcasts on Telemundo and Universo.

You can check whether your cable packages include those channels on your remote. If you can’t do it there, further below is a website link to each of the major TV operators in the USA. where fans can find their channel assignments.

World Cup matches on Tuesday, August 1

Matchup Time (ET/PT) TV (English) TV (Spanish) Streaming
United States vs. Portugal 3 a.m. ET/
Midnight PT
Fox Telemundo Fubo
Vietnam vs. Netherlands 3 a.m. ET/
Midnight PT
FS1 Universo Fubo
China vs. England 7 a.m. ET/4 a.m. PT Fox Telemundo Fubo
Haiti vs. Denmark 7 a.m. ET/4 a.m. PT FS1 Universo Fubo

How to watch the World Cup in the USA

TV (English) Stream (English) TV (Spanish) Stream (Spanish)
Fox, FS1 Fubo,, Fox Sports app Telemundo, Universo Fubo, Telemundo Deportes En Vivo, Universo NOW, Peacock Premium

Fox Sports and NBCUniversal will handle coverage of World Cup matches in English- and Spanish-language broadcasts, respectively.

Games will be streamed live in English on and the Fox Sports app. Spanish-speaking streams are available on Peacock Premium, Telemundo Deportes en Vivo and Universo NOW with subscription.

Fubo not only has both English- and Spanish-speaking broadcasts available, but also offers a seven-day free trial for potential subscribers.

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