Set your alarms, US soccer fans, for there are other games to watch as you support the USWNT to advance to the Round of 16 outside tonight’s USA vs. Netherlands game. Portugal and Vietnam, two other teams in Group E, will play each other early on Thursday. The USWNT’s World Cup progression will be determined by the early-morning match. Unfortunately, the World Cup this year is plagued by an odd time difference, with many of the games played in New Zealand and Australia airing in the middle of the night for American viewers. And the Portugal vs. Vietnam game, with a 3:30 a.m. ET kickoff, is no exception. So you might want to start brewing the coffee right now.
Here is all the details you require about the Portugal vs. Vietnam game, the whole Women’s World Cup schedule, streaming options for World Cup games, and more.
How to watch Portugal vs. Vietnam at the Women’s World Cup:
- Date: July 27, Thursday
- Time: 3:30 a.m. ET
- Location: Hamilton, New Zealand’s FMG Stadium Waikato
- TV Channel: FS1
- Streaming: Sling, Fubo
- Livestream: VPN
When is the World Cup match between Vietnam and Portugal?
The match between Portugal and Vietnam will take place on Thursday at 3:30 A.M. ET.
What channel is the World Cup match between Portugal and Vietnam on?
The Women’s World Cup has been aired in English in the United States by Fox since 2015. Spanish-language coverage will be carried on Telemundo and streamed on Peacock. Each of the 64 games will be broadcast live on both Networks.
The Portugal vs. Vietnam match will stream on FS1 on Thursday. Don’t have access to a Fox Sports cable package? See our suggestions for how to watch the 2023 Women’s World Cup.
How to watch Portugal vs. Vietnam in the Women’s World Cup without cable:
Fox and FS1 are available on Sling TV’s Blue plan in a few markets for just $20 for your first month, along with 41 more channels. You can always record games if you’re concerned about missing any of the early-morning World Cup action because a Sling subscription also comes with 50 hours of free DVR storage. Sling Blue, which costs $20, is a simple and economical method to watch the entire month’s worth of World Cup games without having to deal with a complex contract.
You can watch Fox and FS1 on Fubo TV’s Pro tier, along with a tonne of other fantastic sports channels like ABC, CBS, CBS Sports Network, and Ion (check your zip code to see if you apply). The live TV streaming service is the most expensive choice on this list, costing a total of $75 per month, but it will let you watch every World Cup game and still save you a tonne of money over a typical cable bundle. Additionally, 1,000 hours of cloud DVR storage are available to Fubo subscribers, allowing you to record early-morning games for later viewing. You can watch some of the Women’s World Cup for free during the platform’s seven-day trial period.
On Peacock, there will be exclusive Spanish coverage of all 64 World Cup games!
The cheapest option to stream live sports and events airing on NBC is with a Peacock membership, which starts at just $5 per month. You will get access to thousands of hours of content in addition to the World Cup, including well-known sitcoms like Parks and Recreation and The Office as well as more recent theatrical blockbusters like Book Club: The Next Chapter, Renfield, and shortly the Super Mario movie. You may upgrade to an ad-free subscription for $10 per month, which gives you access to your local NBC station live (rather than just during specific sports and events) and the option to download specific films to watch them offline.
How to watch the Women’s World Cup for free
In 2023, the Women’s World Cup will be co-covered by ITV and BBC, with all 64 games shown on ITV, ITV 4, and the BBC network. This means that if you live in the UK, you can watch World Cup coverage on the BBC iPlayer or ITVX for nothing at all.
With ExpressVPN’s “internet without borders,” you can watch the Women’s World Cup this month for free on BBC and ITV in the UK rather than paying for Fox and FS1. Simply sign up for Express VPN, select the UK as your server location, and create a free BBC iPlayer or ITVX account. To find out which games you can watch where, be sure to check the BBC broadcast schedule.
In addition to being Endgadget’s top choice for the best streaming VPN, ExpressVPN’s increased security, speed, and variety of location options make it a great alternative for first-time VPN customers wishing to expand their streaming capabilities. When they purchase a 12-month membership to ExpressVPN, new users can save 49%. In addition, the service provides a 30-day money-back guarantee in the event that you’re hesitant to use a VPN.
2023 Women’s World Cup full schedule:
All times Eastern.
Thursday, July 27
- Group E: Portugal vs. Vietnam (3:30 a.m. on FS1)
- Group B: Australia vs. Nigeria (6 a.m. on FS1)
- Group G: Argentina vs. South Africa (8 p.m. on FS1)
Friday, July 28
- Group D: England vs. Denmark (4:30 a.m. on FS1)
- Group D: China vs. Haiti (7 a.m. on FS1)
Saturday, July 29
- Group G: Sweden vs. Italy (3:30 a.m. on FS1)
- Group F: France vs. Brazil (6 a.m. on FOX)
- Group F: Panama vs. Jamaica (8:30 a.m. on FOX)
Sunday, July 30
- Group H: South Korea vs. Morocco (12:30 a.m. on FOX)
- Group A: Switzerland vs. New Zealand (3 a.m. on FOX)
- Group A: Norway vs. Philippines (3 a.m. on FS1)
- Group H: Germany vs. Colombia (5:30 a.m. on FS1)
Monday, July 31
- Group C: Japan vs. Spain (3 a.m. on FOX)
- Group C: Costa Rica vs. Zambia (3 a.m. on FS1)
- Group B: Canada vs. Australia (6 a.m. on FOX)
- Group B: Ireland vs. Nigeria (6 a.m. on FS1)
Tuesday, August 1
- Group E: Portugal vs. United States (3 a.m. on FOX)
- Group E: Vietnam vs. Netherlands (3 a.m. on FS1)
- Group D: China vs. England (7 a.m. on FOX)
- Group D: Haiti vs. Denmark (7 a.m. on FS1)
Wednesday, August 2
- Group G: Argentina vs. Sweden (3 a.m. on FOX)
- Group G: South Africa vs. Italy (3 a.m. on FS1)
- Group F: Panama vs. France (6 a.m. on FOX)
- Group F: Jamaica vs. Brazil (6 a.m. on FS1)
Thursday, August 3
- Group H: South Korea vs. Germany (6 a.m. on FOX)
- Group H: Morocco vs. Colombia (6 a.m. on FS1)
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