Norway vs England Live Stream: How to Watch Norway vs England, Women’s World Cup Quarterfinals Live Stream, World Cup TV Schedule, and more info.
Date: Thursday, July 27
Start Time: 3:00 PM ET
TV Channel: FOX, Telemundo
World Cup Live Stream: fuboTV (watch for free)
The Women’s World Cup is down to eight teams, and there are some thrilling matchups on the docket for fans. The Quarterfinals begin with England vs. Norway at 3:00 PM ET on Thursday, in a matchup between rising and established European powers. You can watch every match of the World Cup in 4K, live on fuboTV.
Despite four wins in as many matches, this England squad has been unconvincing at times. Every match, save for their first against Scotland, has been relatively even, including a last-gasp goal against Argentina. Their 3-0 win over Cameroon was overshadowed by controversy and a perceived battle between the Cameroonian players and the referee. Their first goal was particularly odd, as they were given an indirect free kick only a few yards from the goal, and a simple touch and shot put them ahead. Despite the final scoreline, Cameroon threatened several times before England put the game away, including a resounding goal that was called back for the slightest of offsides.
Meanwhile, Norway have both a loss and a penalty shoot-out win to their name so far in the World Cup. In their second match of the tournament, they hung with France before a 72nd-minute penalty put the decisive goal in net. Sure, it means they’re vulnerable. But it also means they’ve tasted adversity and know how to respond. France and Australia are both superior opponents to any team that England have faced, and with Caroline Graham Hansen back in the lineup, Norway can surely score against this messy England back-line.