Fifa announced FIFA Women World Cup 2015 Schedule, Fixtures, Time Table. Check FIFA Women World Cup 2015 Matches Timing, Schedule, Fixtures, Groups, Time Table. The Women’s World Cup is formally upon and this position has all the fundamentals you need to stay track of the competition. The Fifa 2015 competition is using goal-line technology for the 1st time with the Hawk-Eye method.

Schedule Match Timing Fixtures Time Table Venue
Schedule Match Timing Fixtures Time Table Venue

Group A: A1. Canada, A2. China, A3. New Zealand, A4. Netherlands
Group B: B1. Germany, B2. Ivory Coast, B3. Norway, B4. Thailand
Group C: C1. Japan, C2. Switzerland, C3. Cameroon, C4. Ecuador
Group D: D1. United States, D2. Australia, D3. Sweden, D4. Nigeria
Group E: E1. Brazil, E2. South Korea, E3. Spain, E4. Costa Rica
Group F: F1. France, F2. England, F3. Colombia, F4. Mexico

The 8th edition of the FIFA Women’s World Cup stats on 6th June 2015 when hosts Canada will effort to get off to an brilliant start en route to a country-pleasing triumph. The most interesting result of the pairings is that Germany, France and the USA have been put in the similar bracket which means there is no possibility that 2 of those well-built teams will build it to the finals.

The FIFA Women’s World Cup 2015 is down to its round of 16 matches with the U.S. team playing at 7 p.m. Central Time against Colombia. The FIFA Women’s World Cup 2015 is the 7th FIFA Women’s World Cup the quadrennial international women’s football world championship competition. Now below you can get the FIFA Women World Cup 2015 Schedule, Fixtures, Time Table.

Schedule and results (all times Eastern)

Saturday, June 6
Canada 1-0 China
New Zealand 0-1 Netherlands

Sunday, June 7
Norway 4-0 Thailand
Germany 10-0 Ivory Coast

Monday, June 8
Sweden 3-3 Nigeria
Cameroon 6-0 Ecuador
USA 3-1 Australia
Japan 1-0 Switzerland

Tuesday, June 9
France 1-0 England
Colombia 1-1 Mexico
Spain 1-1 Costa Rica
Brazil 2-0 South Korea

Thursday, June 11
Germany 1-1 Norway
China 1-0 Netherlands
Ivory Coast 2-3 Thailand
Canada 0-0 New Zealand

Friday, June 12
Australia 2-0 Nigeria
Switzerland 10-1 Ecuador
USA 0-0 Sweden
Japan 2-1 Cameroon

Saturday, June 13
France 0-2 Colombia
Brazil 1-0 Spain
England 2-1 Mexico
South Korea 2-2 Costa Rica

Monday, June 15
Ivory Coast 1-3 Norway
Thailand 0-4 Germany
China 2-2 New Zealand
Netherlands 1-1 Canada

Tuesday, June 16
Ecuador 0-1 Japan
Switzerland 1-2 Cameroon
Australia 1-1 Sweden
Nigeria 0-1 USA

Wednesday, June 17
England 2-1 Colombia
Mexico 0-5 France
Costa Rica 0-1 Brazil
South Korea 2-1 Spain

Saturday, June 20
Germany 4-1 Sweden
China 1-0 Cameroon

Sunday, June 21
Brazil vs. Australia — 1 p.m.
France vs. South Korea — 4 p.m.
Canada vs. Switzerland — 7:30 p.m.

Monday, June 22
Norway vs. England — 5 p.m.
United States vs. Colombia — 8 p.m.

Tuesday, June 23
Japan vs. Netherlands — 10 p.m.

Friday, June 26
Germany vs. France or South Korea — 4 p.m.
China vs. USA or Colombia — 7:30 p.m.

Saturday, June 27
Quarterfinal 3 — 4 p.m.
Quarterfinal 4 — 7:30 p.m.

Tuesday, June 30
Semifinal 1 — 7 p.m.

Wednesday, July 1
Semifinal 2 — 7 p.m.

Saturday, July 4
Third place match — 4 p.m.

Sunday, July 5
Final — 7 p.m.