How to watch World Cup 2019

FIFA is expected to release the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup schedule later this week, which will include the final group stage matches and quarterfinals, as well as a total of eight home and away matches for the competition.

The 2019 FIFA World Cup, the largest international soccer event in the world, is set to be held from June 12-18 in Japan and South Korea, where the U.S. has qualified.

The U.K. will also host the tournament, while France and Germany are slated to take part.

The first three matches will be played at a neutral venue in London, England, while the semifinals will be held in the Olympic Stadium in Rio de Janeiro.

There are several big names to watch, including the world’s top-ranked women’s team and reigning World Cup winner, Australia, and reigning Olympic champion, Germany.

FIFA will also be showing live coverage of the semifinals and quarterfinal matches, with the U-20 World Cup kicking off on June 10.

On the men’s side, Canada is expected in Rio, while Australia will also travel to Brazil for the semifinal and final matches.

The USA, which has qualified for the 2019 World Cup on a different date, is scheduled to play host to the World Cup’s third round match.