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By: NWSL Editor
Inaugural NWSL X LIGA MX Femenil Summer Cup Sets U.S. Television and Streaming Details, Playoff Sites

Semifinal round to be staged at CPKC Stadium in Kansas City on August 6, championship match to be held October 25 at Toyota Field in San Antonio, Texas

NEW YORK (May 28, 2024) – The National Women’s Soccer League and LIGA MX Femenil today announced further details for the first-ever NWSL X LIGA MX Femenil Summer Cup, including broadcast details for both English and Spanish-language distribution in the U.S., playoff locations and competition rules and regulations.

Debuting this season as part of a groundbreaking collaboration between the two leagues, the NWSL x LIGA MX Femenil Summer Cup kicks off July 19 featuring all 14 NWSL clubs and the six teams with the most points achieved in LIGA MX Femenil Clausura and Apertura during 2023, including Tigres UANL, Club América, Chivas de Guadalajara, Rayadas de Monterrey, Pachuca and Tijuana.

The tournament will consist of 30 group stage contests followed by a four-team semifinal round on August 6. CPKC Stadium, home of the Kansas City Current, in Kansas City, Missouri, will host the doubleheader semifinal round. The championship match will be staged at Toyota Field in San Antonio, Texas, on Friday, October 25.

CBS Sports will be the exclusive English-language distributor of all 33 Summer Cup games, with every match set to stream live on Paramount+, 11 matches simulcasting on CBS Sports Golazo Network and 12 matches simulcasting on CBS Sports Network, including the semifinals and championship match.

TUDN, the sports programming branch of Spanish-language network Univision, will air three group stage matches while NWSL+ will serve as the Spanish-language home for the remaining group stage matches in the U.S.

Details on international distribution will be shared in the coming weeks.

NWSL x LIGA MX Femenil Summer Cup will feature five groups of four teams consisting of both NWSL and LIGA MX Femenil clubs, with each club competing in three matches. Of the five group winners, the four clubs with the most points will advance to the semifinals.

Rules and regulations for the 2024 NWSL x LIGA MX Femenil Summer Cup can be found here.

A complete schedule with updated kick times and broadcast details is below. For more information about NWSL x LIGA MX Femenil Summer Cup, click here.

NWSL x LIGA MX FEMENIL SUMMER CUP SCHEDULE

DATE 

MATCH 

STADIUM 

TIME (ET) 

U.S. PLATFORM (ENGLISH) 

U.S PLATFORM (SPANISH) 

Friday, July 19 

Seattle Reign FC vs. Utah Royals FC 

Lumen Field 

9 p.m. 

CBS Sports Network / Paramount+  

NWSL+ 

Friday, July 19 

Tigres vs. Pachuca 

Estadio Universitario 

10 p.m. 

Paramount+ / CBS Sports Golazo Network 

NWSL+ 

Saturday, July 20  

Chicago Red Stars vs. NJ/NY Gotham FC 

SeatGeek Stadium 

5 p.m. 

CBS Sports Network / Paramount+ 

NWSL+ 

Saturday, July 20  

North Carolina Courage vs. Orlando Pride 

WakeMed Soccer Park 

7:30 p.m. 

Paramount+ 

NWSL+ 

Saturday, July 20  

Kansas City Current vs. Houston Dash 

CPKC Stadium  

8 p.m. 

Paramount+ / CBS Sports Golazo Network 

NWSL+ 

Saturday, July 20  

Racing Louisville FC vs. Rayadas 

Lynn Family Stadium 

8 p.m. 

Paramount+  

NWSL+ 

Saturday, July 20  

San Diego Wave FC vs. Bay FC 

Torero Stadium 

10 p.m. 

CBS Sports Network / Paramount+ 

NWSL+ 

Saturday, July 20  

Angel City FC vs. América 

Titan Stadium 

10 p.m. 

Paramount+ 

NWSL+ 

Sunday, July 21  

Washington Spirit vs. Chivas 

Subaru Park 

4:30 p.m. 

Paramount+ / CBS Sports Golazo Network 

TUDN 

Sunday, July 21  

Portland Thorns FC vs. Tijuana 

Providence Park 

7 p.m. 

Paramount+ / CBS Sports Golazo Network 

NWSL+ 

Friday, July 26 

Chicago Red Stars vs. Chivas 

SeatGeek Stadium 

8 p.m. 

Paramount+ 

NWSL+ 

Friday, July 26 

Racing Louisville FC vs. North Carolina Courage 

Lynn Family Stadium 

8 p.m. 

Paramount+ / CBS Sports Golazo Network 

NWSL+ 

Friday, July 26 

San Diego Wave FC vs. América 

Snapdragon Stadium 

10 p.m. 

Paramount+ / CBS Sports Golazo Network 

NWSL+ 

Friday, July 26 

Bay FC vs. Angel City FC 

PayPal Park 

10:30 p.m. 

CBS Sports Network / Paramount+ 

NWSL+ 

Saturday, July 27  

Orlando Pride vs. Rayadas 

Inter&Co Stadium 

6 p.m. 

Paramount+ 

NWSL+ 

Saturday, July 27  

Kansas City Current vs. Pachuca 

CPKC Stadium  

8 p.m. 

Paramount+ 

NWSL+ 

Saturday, July 27  

Utah Royals FC vs. Portland Thorns FC 

America First Field 

10 p.m. 

CBS Sports Network / Paramount+ 

NWSL+ 

Sunday, July 28  

Seattle Reign FC vs. Tijuana 

Lumen Field 

6 p.m. 

Paramount+ 

NWSL+ 

Sunday, July 28 

NJ/NY Gotham FC vs. Washington Spirit 

Subaru Park 

6 p.m.  

Paramount+ / CBS Sports Golazo Network 

NWSL+ 

Sunday, July 28 

Houston Dash vs. Tigres 

Shell Energy Stadium 

8 p.m. 

Paramount+ / CBS Sports Golazo Network 

NWSL+ 

Wednesday, July 31 

North Carolina Courage vs. Rayadas 

WakeMed Soccer Park 

7 p.m. 

Paramount+ / CBS Sports Golazo Network 

NWSL+ 

Wednesday, July 31  

Washington Spirit vs. Chicago Red Stars 

City Stadium 

7:30 p.m. 

Paramount+ 

NWSL+ 

Wednesday, July 31 

Portland Thorns FC vs. Seattle Reign FC 

Providence Park 

10 p.m. 

Paramount+ / CBS Sports Golazo Network 

NWSL+ 

Wednesday, July 31  

Utah Royals FC vs. Tijuana 

America First Field 

10 p.m. 

Paramount+ 

NWSL+ 

Thursday, August 1  

Orlando Pride vs. Racing Louisville FC 

Inter&Co Stadium 

7 p.m. 

Paramount+ / CBS Sports Golazo Network 

NWSL+ 

Thursday, August 1  

Houston Dash vs. Pachuca 

Shell Energy Stadium 

8 p.m. 

Paramount+ 

NWSL+ 

Thursday, August 1  

Kansas City Current vs. Tigres 

CPKC Stadium  

8 p.m. 

CBS Sports Network / Paramount+ 

NWSL+ 

Thursday, August 1  

Angel City FC vs. San Diego Wave FC 

Titan Stadium 

10 p.m. 

CBS Sports Network / Paramount+  

NWSL+ 

Friday, August 2  

NJ/NY Gotham FC vs. Chivas 

Red Bull Arena 

8 p.m. 

CBS Sports Network / Paramount+ 

TUDN 

Friday, August 2  

Bay FC vs. América 

PayPal Park 

10:30 p.m. 

CBS Sports Network / Paramount+ 

TUDN 

Tuesday, August 6 

TBD 

CPKC Stadium  

5 p.m. 

CBS Sports Network / Paramount+ 

TBD 

Tuesday, August 6  

TBD 

CPKC Stadium  

9 p.m. 

CBS Sports Network / Paramount+ 

TBD 

Friday, October 25 

TBD 

Toyota Field 

TBD 

CBS Sports Network / Paramount+ 

TBD 

 

 




About NWSL

The National Women’s Soccer League is the premier women’s professional soccer league in the world featuring national team players from around the globe. The clubs are Angel City FC, Bay FC, Boston, Chicago Red Stars, Houston Dash, Kansas City Current, NJ/NY Gotham FC, North Carolina Courage, Orlando Pride, Portland Thorns FC, Racing Louisville FC, San Diego Wave FC, Seattle Reign FC, Utah Royals FC, and Washington Spirit.

About LIGA MX Femenil

LIGA MX Femenil is the women's professional football league in Mexico that started its history in 2017 and is made up by 18 Clubs with different venues around the country. It plays two tournaments per year: Apertura and Clausura, plus a Champions match at the end of each season. The headquarters of the organization are located in Toluca, State of Mexico, in the facilities of the Mexican Football Federation. In its almost seven years of history, LIGA MX Femenil has achieved audience and attendance records such as the Apertura 2023 second leg Final between Tigres UANL vs. América, which was the most watched in history with a reach of 3.9 million viewers, or the attendance record set for a Final with 58,156 fans at an América vs. Pachuca match. For more information www.ligafemenil.mx.

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