2024 Olympic Women’s Soccer Schedule; Matchups and TV Broadcast

2024 Olympic Women's Soccer Schedule

The 2024 Olympic Women’s soccer schedule is out. All of the group stage matchups and TV broadcast times are set. The Women’s tournament kicks off on July 25th, 2024, and wraps up play with the Olympic Gold medal game (or final) on August 10th, 2024. The Women’s soccer (football) tournament wraps up a day after the men’s gold medal game. 

What Teams are in the 2024 Paris Summer Olympics for Soccer (Football)?

For the Paris Olympics, we get to enjoy 12 teams in the Women’s tournament. The men’s Euros and Copa America will have been completed several weeks before the Olympics if you are just a big fan of International Soccer. 

Women’s Soccer/Football Teams in the Olympics

AFC (Asia): Japan, Australia

CAF (Africa): Nigeria, Zambia

CONMEBOL (South America): Brazil, Colombia

CONCACAF (Central & North America): Canada, USA

OFC (Oceania): New Zealand

UEFA: France (host), Spain, Germany

2024 Women’s Olympic Soccer Group Draws

The 12 teams in the Women’s Olympic soccer matches are split up into three groups for the initial stage of play. Here are the assignments. 

Group A: France, Colombia, Canada, New Zealand

Group B: USWNT, Zambia, Germany, Australia

Group C: Spain, Japan, Nigeria, Brazil

2024 Women’s Olympic Soccer Venues

The women are playing on the same soccer pitches across France as the men are playing in the 2024 Paris Olympics

Bordeaux, Lyon and Marseille: Stade de Bordeaux (FC Girondins de Bordeaux’s Matmut Atlantique), Stade de Lyon (Olympique Lyonnais’ Groupama Stadium) and Stade de Marseille (Olympique de Marseille’s Stade Velodrome).

Nantes: Stade de la Beaujoire (FC Nantes).

Nice and Saint-Etienne: Stade de Nice (OGC Nice’s Allianz Riviera) and Stade Geoffroy Guichard (AS Saint-Etienne).

Paris: Parc des Princes (Paris Saint-Germain).

2024 Olympic Women’s Soccer Schedule – Group Stage 

*All Times listed are U.S. Eastern Time

For the group stage games, all of the games are listed in US Eastern Time. NBC is carrying all of the US games live for fans this year. The matches will be on NBC and streamed on Peacock. Team USA’s first match is on Thursday, July 25th against Zambia in Nice. 

Group A Schedule

Thursday, July 25

Canada vs New Zealand – 11am (Saint-Etienne)

France vs Colombia – 3pm (Lyon)

Sunday, July 28

New Zealand vs Colombia – 11am (Lyon)

France vs Canada – 3pm (Saint-Etienne)

Wednesday, July 31

New Zealand vs France – 3pm (Lyon)

Colombia vs Canada – 3pm (Nice)

Group B Schedule

Thursday, July 25

Germany vs Australia, 1pm (Marseille)

USA vs Zambia, 3pm (Nice)

Sunday, July 28

Australia vs Zambia, 1pm (Nice)

USA vs Germany, 3pm (Marseille)

Wednesday, July 31

Zambia vs Germany, 1pm (Saint-Etienne)

Australia vs USA, 1pm (Marseille)

Group C Schedule

Thursday, July 25

Spain vs Japan, 11am (Nantes)

Nigeria vs Brazil, 1pm (Bordeaux)

Sunday, July 28

Brazil vs Japan, 11am (Paris)

Spain vs Nigeria, 1pm (Nantes)

Wednesday, July 31

Japan vs Nigeria, 11am (Nantes)

Brazil vs Spain, 11am (Bordeaux)

2024 Olympic Women’s Soccer Schedule – Quarterfinals (Knockout Stage)

Quarterfinal 1: Saturday, August 3: Group A winner vs 3rd place Group B/C, 3pm (Nantes)

Quarterfinal 2: Saturday, August 3: Group B winner vs Group C runner up, 9am (Paris)

Quarterfinal 3: Saturday, August 3: Group C winner vs 3rd place Group A/B, 11am (Lyon)

Quarterfinal 4: Saturday, August 3: Group A runner up vs Group B runner up, 1pm (Marseille)

2024 Olympic Women’s Soccer Schedule – Semifinals

Tuesday, August 6: Winner Quarterfinal 2 vs Winner Quarterfinal 4, 12pm (Lyon)

Tuesday, August 6: Winner Quarterfinal 1 vs Winner Quarterfinal 3, 3pm (Marseille)

2024 Olympic Women’s Soccer Schedule – Medal Rounds

Bronze Medal Match

Friday, August 9, 9am (Lyon)

Gold Medal Match

Saturday, August 10, 11am (Paris)

2023 FIFA World Cup Highlights

So, we’ll see a lot of the same stars at the 2024 Women’s Olympic soccer tournament as we did at the 2023 FIFA World Cup. Here’s a highlight video of the top 15 goals from that tournament for you. 

Jacey Tine

Jacey Tine is a lifelong San Diego Padres and Florida Gators fan. She has been delivering sports coverage and content for 7 years and counting now. You'll find her covering a number of sports and other news-worthy events on Sports Brackets.

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