Women's World Cup: How to Watch USA vs. Spain Live Stream, TV Channel, Odds

After breezing through the group phase, the U.S. women's national team (USWNT) takes on Spain in the round of 16 of the women's World Cup on Monday.

The defending champions topped Group F with almost embarrassing ease, winning all their three games while scoring 18 goals—a World Cup record—and conceding none.

The U.S. made the most of an easy group—Sweden is ranked ninth in the world, while Thailand and Chile are 34th and 39th, respectively—but much tougher challenges lay ahead.

Aside from Spain, ranked number 13 in the world, the path to a fourth World Cup title could go through France, England and Germany.

In ascending order, the trio are immediately below the U.S. in the FIFA world rankings.

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Before they can set their sights on a potentially momentous quarter-final against the hosts, however, the Americans must focus on Spain.

La Roja has enjoyed a mixed tournament so far, qualifying as runner-up in Group B despite winning just one game. Spain has been kept scoreless by both Germany and China and a similar lack of attacking threat would almost certainly limit any chances of pulling off a major upset in Reims.

While the U.S. is favorite, coach Jill Ellis has a few injury concerns ahead of the game. Julie Ertz missed the game against Sweden as a precaution after suffering a hip contusion, while Alex Morgan was withdrawn at halftime.

"Alex took a knock in the first half and it was just, 'Let's be smart about this.' Similar vein to Julie [Ertz]," Ellis told ESPN.

"It is a zero-risk game in terms of having players available for the next round."

Here's everything you need to know ahead of Monday.

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USA players celebrate following their sides victory in the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup France group F match between Sweden and USA at Stade Oceane on June 20 in Le Havre, France. Alex Grimm//Getty

When and where is the game?

The USWNT faces Spain at Stade Auguste-Delaune in Reims on Monday, June 24, with kick-off scheduled for 12 p.m. ET.

Along with Roazhon Park, the stadium is one of two World Cup venues in the city and it hosted USWNT's opening game of the tournament, in which they thrashed Thailand 13-0.

TV channel

The game will be broadcast live on FOX Sports in English and on Telemundo in Spanish.

Live stream

USWNT's round of 16 game will be available FOX Sports' and Telemundo Deportes' digital platforms. Live streams will also be available on fuboTV, Sling Blue, Hulu Live and PlayStation Vue.


The defending champions are a firm favorite to progress to the quarter-finals. According to Oddschecker, USWNT is 2/9 to qualify, while Spain is 3/1 to make it through to the next round.

The Americans are 4/9 to win in 90 minutes, while Spain are 11/2 and the regulation time draw is at 16/5.