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Never miss a moment of the FIFA Women’s World Cup™

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This year's FIFA Women's World Cup™ will feature teams from around the globe competing for the top prize on the world's largest stage. And with features from Search, YouTube and more from Google, you won't miss a second of the action.

Screenshot of the search results for Brazil vs Panama game showing a tied score, match highlights and the win probability of the game.

Follow all the game-time action on Search

Throughout the FIFA Women’s World Cup™, when you search for the tournament, a specific match-up, a team or even a player, you will have access to a breadth of features that make sure you never miss a major moment. You will be able to watch official highlights, follow your favorite teams, get notifications throughout the games and browse stats like head to head records, recent form and win probability.

Gif of someone playing an interactive scoring game on the Google Search results page.

Compete for glory in the Mini Cup Game

Craving some friendly competition? Just head to Search and compete in our multiplayer online game. Once a match is set, pick your team and work with fellow soccer fans from around the world to score the most goals before the game is over. Now you will even be able to track your personal achievements throughout the tournament and see how you’ve improved over the course of the month.

Stay up to date with the latest content

Google TV is the ultimate destination for FIFA Women’s World Cup™ fans to watch live games, highlights, documentaries and more. Choose from a variety of content providers including official broadcasters, YouTube and FIFA+ to keep up with all the latest action. Starting July 20, you will find a new row on your home screen that lets you quickly jump to content that interests you in the moment, helping you make the most of your Google TV experience and enjoy the tournament to the fullest.

A screenshot of the Google TV landing page featuring bundled content all related to the FIFA Women’s World Cup

Find exciting videos on YouTube

There are even more ways to watch the biggest moments throughout the tournament on YouTube. Sport fans can catch up with full length highlights, recaps and clips on the YouTube channels of official tournament broadcasters all over the world, plus FIFA will celebrate the greatest moments of the tournament on their YouTube channel. Starting July 20, YouTube TV subscribers can watch live the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™ on FOX and FS1, and make the most of their viewing experience with gameday features such as multiview, key plays to catch up on highlights, and real-time stats, scores and standings. Members subscribed to the 4K Plus add-on can enjoy all 64 matches in ultra-high-definition. For those looking to tune in to the Spanish broadcast, Telemundo is available as part of the YouTube TV Base Plan, and Universo is available through the Spanish Plus add-on.

Follow your favorite athletes in our editorial series

Later this week, we’ll launch a new television commercial showing how Google Pixel’s portfolio of devices help fans fix photos and more so that they can connect with the game they love. And FIFA Women’s World Cup™ athlete Megan Rapinoe and other NWSL players will be featured in our ongoing My Game in My Words series, in partnership with The Athletic, where they’ll look back at key career moments, their impact and discuss their overall approach to the game. Meanwhile in Europe, Google Pixel will be amplifying our partnerships with the England and Germany women’s national teams with exclusive content, fan-led stories and new campaigns starring fan-favorite players.

Access all the tournament related apps on the Play Store

To highlight and celebrate the best ways to follow the tournament around the world, the Play Store will be promoting the FIFA Women’s World Cup™ at the top of the store's app homepage. Along with a collection of apps and books to help you learn more about the game on the Play Store, you can also find the FIFA app, and apps by official broadcasters to watch the tournament.

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