How to watch USWNT – Netherlands, schedule, start time, bracket

The Women’s Olympic soccer tournament is stacked in Tokyo and it has already been one heck of a tournament.

And we will have you covered throughout.

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The United States women’s national team have won the last two World Cups, but their 2016 Olympics was a rare failure as the team failed to medal for the first time in six tournaments.

After being hammered in their opening group game by Sweden, the USWNT hammered New Zealand to get back on track and then drew with Australia to finish second in Group G and limp into the knockout rounds.

Due to finishing second in their group, the USWNT will now face the Netherlands (the number four ranked team in the world who scored 21 goals in the group stage…) in the quarterfinals in a rematch of the 2019 World Cup final.

Sweden won Group G with a perfect three wins out of three, Great Britain won Group E and remain unbeaten and racked up seven points, while the Netherlands won Group F and edged out Brazil on goal difference as they both finished with seven points.

Hosts Japan and an emerging Australia side clinched the final two spots in the quarterfinals as the best-placed third-place teams.

The goal of the tournament so far is from Dominique Janssen, who scored an incredible free kick for the Netherlands against Brazil, and you can see her stunning strike in the video below. What a hit.


After being postponed due to COVID, the 2020 Tokyo Olympics will take place in Tokyo, Japan, Friday, July 23 – Sunday, August 8, 2021.

[ MORE: Latest schedule for USMNT, USWNT ]

As always, NBC is home to the Olympics and will provide coverage, which can be accessed on local NBC stations as well as streamed on, NBC Sports, and Peacock.

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When is Soccer at Tokyo Olympics 2020?

Story continues

Soccer is scheduled for Saturday, July 24 – Saturday, August 7.

Who is on the USWNT roster for the Olympics?

A lot of names you know: Megan Rapinoe, Becky Sauerbrunn, Alex Morgan, Carli Lloyd, Tobin Heath, Christen Press

And maybe some you don’t. Here’s the 18-player USMNT squad for the Tokyo Olympics.

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Women’s soccer at the Olympics — Knockout rounds


Friday, July 30
Match 22: Canada v Brazil (Miyagi) — 4am ET
Match 19: Great Britain v Australia (Kashima) — 5am ET
Match 21: Sweden v Japan (Saitama) — 6am ET
Match 20: Netherlands v USWNT (Yokohama) — 7am ET


Aug. 2
Winner of Match 20 v Winner of Match 22 (Kashima) — 4am ET
Winner of Match 19 v Winner of Match 21 (Yokohama) — 7am ET

Medal matches

Aug. 5
Bronze medal match (Kashima) — 4am ET
Gold medal match (Tokyo) — 10pm ET

More women’s soccer

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Women’s soccer at the Olympics — Group stage

July 27
New Zealand 0-2 Sweden (Miyagi)
Canada 1-1 Great Britain (Kashima)
Chile 0-1 Japan (Miyagi)
Netherlands 8-2 China (Yokohama)
Brazil 1-0 Zambia (Saitama)

July 24
Chile 1-2 Canada (Sapporo)
China 4-4 Zambia (Miyagi)
Sweden 4-2 Australia (Tokyo)
Japan 0-1 Great Britain (Sapporo)
Netherlands 3-3 Brazil (Miyagi)

July 21
Great Britain 2-0 Chile (Sapporo) – VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
China 0-5 Brazil (Miyagi) – VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
Japan 1-1 Canada (Sapporo) – VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
Zambia 3-10 Netherlands (Miyagi) – VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS
Australia 2-1 New Zealand (Tokyo) – VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS

Women’s soccer at the Olympics — Standings

Group E

Great Britain – 7 points (Qualified for quarterfinals)
Canada – 5 (Qualified for quarterfinals)
Japan – 4 (Qualified for quarterfinals)
Chile – 0

Group F
Netherlands – 7 (Qualified for quarterfinals)
Brazil – 7 (Qualified for quarterfinals)
China – 1
Zambia – 1

Group G
Sweden – 9 points (Qualified for quarterfinals)
USWNT – 4 (Qualified for quarterfinals)
Australia – 4 (Qualified for quarterfinals)
New Zealand – 0

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