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Women’s World Cup Quarter-Finals open thread: eight teams are left, TV schedule, and links

We’re down to the final eight teams and all is still there to play for. Will Colombia continue their fairytale run or will one of the bigger teams still in the tournament stop them.

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When this World Cup started, no one would’ve expected Colombia to be the only team left from North, Central or South America. Yet here we are, with the USWNT and Jamaica leaving the tournament in the Round of 16, much to the surprise of many especially when it comes to the USWNT.

The World Cup still has plenty to offer as Australia, England, Japan, the Netherlands, Spain and Sweden all square off during the next few days to determine who will be one step closer to winning it all.

Japan have been the standout team of the tournament so far but with so many quality teams still left in the tournament, their path won’t be easy. We’re set up for a great showdown between some great teams as the World Cup begins to reach it’s conclusion.

How To Watch

Who: Spain vs Netherlands

Where: Wellington Regional Stadium, Wellington

When: 9:00 p.m. ET (Aug 10)

TV: FOX / Telemundo

Stream: Free Fubo TV trial

Who: Japan vs Sweden

Where: Eden Park, Auckland

When: 3:30 a.m. ET (Aug 11)


Stream: Free Fubo TV trial

Who: Australia vs France

Where: Suncorp Stadium, Milton

When: 3:00 a.m. ET (Aug 12)


Stream: Free Fubo TV trial

Who: England vs Colombia

Where: Stadium Australia, Sydney

When: 6:30 a.m. ET


Stream: Free Fubo TV trial

Open Thread

This is also your discussion thread for the quarter-finals! With so many of the so-called “big teams” now out of the tournament, it makes for an interesting viewing from here on out. Of the teams left, only Japan can win a World Cup. Can they do it again or will another team rise to the top of the world this year? Make sure you leave your thoughts in the comments below!