FIFA Women’s World Cup Audio Coverage on SiriusXM

FIFA Women's World Cup
FIFA Women’s World Cup

SiriusXM radio announced Thursday that it will offer subscribers comprehensive live audio coverage of the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup, taking place June 6 through July 5 in Canada.

SiriusXM will simulcast FOX Sports’ live play-by-play of every tournament match from the group stage through the final on July 5th in Vancouver.

All games featuring the U.S. Women’s National Team, as well as the championship match, will air on SiriusXM FC (channel 94), with other matches heard on additional SiriusXM play-by-play channels.

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All games will be available to subscribers via their satellite radios and on the SiriusXM app. A schedule with game times and channel listings is available here.

In addition to live game broadcasts, SiriusXM FC will offer fans a place to talk about the games and the headline stories happening throughout the tournament. The channel showcases a daily lineup of soccer-focused shows hosted by former players, coaches, executives and journalists.

SiriusXM FC’s roster of talent includes former U.S. Men’s National Team stars John Harkes and Tony Meola, former players / coaches Ray Hudson and Rodney Marsh, Tommy Smyth, Charlie Stillitano, Neil Barnett, Jason Davis and others.

Sirius XM Holdings Inc. (NASDAQ: SIRI) is a leading radio broadcaster.

Photo courtesy: SiriusXM

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