Your FIFA Women’s World Cup Group Stage Announcing Schedule

The FIFA Women’s World Cup kicks off this weekend in Germany and ESPN is taking some of the same attributes of their great 2010 World Cup coverage to Germany.  Some of the added features this time around include a live set from Germany and top announcers like Ian Darke, Adrian Healey, and Julie Foudy calling games as well as Bob Ley and former USWNT stars Mia Hamm, Brandi Chastain, and Brianna Scurry in the studio as part of the coverage.  Darke and Foudy will announce all US games in the group stages.  ESPN’s This is Sportscenter ad campaign is even getting in on the action in a spot starring Abby Wambach of the USWNT…

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AA has the announcing assignments for all the group stage games straight from ESPN.  Here’s your schedule for the group stages up till July 6…

Date  

Time  

Network  

Match  

Group  

Site  

Su 6/26  

8:45 a.m.  

ESPN2/ESPN3.com  

Nigeria vs. France  

Adrian Healey and Kate Markgraf  

A  

Sinsheim  

   

11:30 a.m.  

ESPN/ESPN3.com  

Germany vs. Canada  

Ian Darke and Julie Foudy  

A  

Berlin  

Mo 6/27  

8:45 a.m.  

ESPN/ESPN3.com  

Japan vs. New Zealand  

Beth Mowins and Cat Whitehill  

B  

Bochum  

   

11:45 a.m.  

ESPN/ESPN3.com  

Mexico vs. England  

Healey and Markgraf  

B  

Wolfsburg  

Tu 6/28  

8:45 a.m.  

ESPN/ESPN3.com  

Colombia vs. Sweden  

Mowins and Whitehill  

C  

Leverkusen  

   

11:45 a.m.  

ESPN/ESPN3.com  

USA vs. Korea DPR  

Darke and Foudy  

C  

Dresden  

We 6/29  

8:45 a.m.  

ESPN/ESPN3.com  

Norway vs. Equatorial Guinea

Mowins and Whitehill

D

Augsburg

12 p.m.

ESPN/ESPN3.com

Brazil vs. Australia

Healey and Tony DiCicco

D

Moenchengladbach

Th 6/30

11:45 a.m.

ESPN/ESPN3.com

Canada vs. France

Healey and DiCicco

A

Bochum

2:30 p.m.

ESPN2/ESPN3.com

Germany vs. Nigeria

Darke and Foudy

A

Frankfurt

Fr 7/1

8:45 a.m.

ESPN/ESPN3.com

Japan vs. Mexico

Mowins and Whitehill

B

Leverkusen

12 p.m.

ESPN/ESPN3.com

New Zealand vs. England

Healey and Markgraf

B

Dresden

Sa 7/2

7:45 a.m.

ESPN2/ESPN3.com

Korea DPR vs. Sweden

Mowins and Whitehill

C

Augsburg

11:30 a.m.

ESPN/ESPN3.com

USA vs. Colombia

Darke and Foudy

C

Sinsheim

Su 7/3

7:45 a.m.

ESPN2/ESPN3.com

Australia vs. Equatorial Guinea

Healey and Markgraf

D

Bochum

12 p.m.

ESPN/ESPN3.com

Brazil vs. Norway

Darke and Foudy

D

Wolfsburg

Tu 7/5

12 p.m.

ESPN/ESPN3.com

England vs. Japan

Healey and Markgraf

B

Augsburg

12 p.m.

ESPN2/ESPN3.com

New Zealand vs. Mexico

Mowins and Whitehill

B

Sinsheim

2:30 p.m.

ESPN/ESPN3.com

France vs. Germany

Darke and Foudy

A

Moenchengladbach

2:30 p.m.

ESPN2/ESPN3.com

Canada vs. Nigeria

Mowins and Whitehill

A

Dresden

We 7/6

11:45 a.m.

ESPN/ESPN3.com

Equatorial Guinea vs. Brazil

Mowins and Whitehill

D

Frankfurt

11:45 a.m.

ESPN2/ESPN3.com

Australia vs. Norway

Healey and Markgraf

D

Leverkusen

2:30 p.m.

ESPN/ESPN3.com

Sweden vs. USA

Darke and Foudy

C

Wolfsburg

2:30 p.m.

ESPN2/ESPN3.com

Korea DPR vs. Colombia

Mowins and Whitehill

C

Bochum

Thanks to Mac Nwulu at ESPN for the schedule

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