Rejoice, soccer fans! The 2015 Women’s World Cup is going to receive an unprecedented level of coverage from Fox when it takes place in Canada next June. All 52 matches of the tournament will be shown across the Fox family of stations, including Fox, Fox Sports 1 and Fox Sports 2. A record total of 16 of the 52 games will be broadcast on Fox. Another 30 will be televised on Fox Sports 1 and 6 games are scheduled for Fox Sports 2. If you’re stuck at work, you’ll be able to watch all 52 games through the Fox Sports Go app.

Why is this important news? For soccer fans, it’s always encouraging to see more of the sport on your dial. Soccer fans – both fans of men’s soccer and women’s soccer – understand that this news is nothing but positive.

If you’re questioning the entertainment value of the Women’s World Cup, allow us to remind you what happened to the American team back in 2011 against Brazil. The U.S. comeback against Brazil was one of the best moments in all of soccer in the last decade.

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