ESPN Has Women’s World Cup Covered

ESPN has begun its most comprehensive coverage ever of the FIFA Women’s World Cup, the quadrennial 16-team soccer tournament that kicked off yesterday in Germany and will run through the championship game July 17. ESPN and ESPN2 will air all 32 matches live. Broadband service will simulcast all of the matches.

The United States team, one of the favorites, opens play tomorrow against North Korea.

ESPN and ESPN2 are available to substantially all Suddenlink customers who have what is commonly known as Expanded Basic TV service. Suddenlink Internet customers can access for no charge from any computer connected to Suddenlink Internet service. They can also access from the home page.

For the first time, ESPN will present all of its studio coverage from the host nation. It will include pre-match, halftime and post-match shows, as well as World Cup-branded segments.