The Women's World Cup is officially upon us. This post has all the basics you need to keep track of the tournament. Full coverage is available in Philly.com's World Cup special section. In addition to my on-site coverage of the U.S. team, you'll find the latest news and analysis, as well as real-time Twitter updates from across Canada.

Here's the group stage draw, including the United States' place in the Group of Death:

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 U.S.' group stage schedule is as follows. Kickoff times and TV listings are in the master schedule below:

Monday, June 8: vs. Australia at Winnipeg Stadium, Winnipeg
Friday, June 12: vs. Sweden at Winnipeg Stadium, Winnipeg
Tuesday, June 16: vs. Nigeria at BC Place, Vancouver

(I am using FIFA's non-sponsored names for Winnipeg's Investors Group Field and Ottawa's TD Place Stadium because they are what you'll be seeing on TV and in other media throughout the tournament. And I figure that anyone who hadn't heard of the venues before now probably wouldn't have known about their real names.)

Having finished first in the group, the Americans' path through the knockout rounds is as follows:

Monday, June 22: Round of 16 at Commonwealth Stadium, Edmonton
Friday, June 26: Quarterfinal at Lansdowne Stadium, Ottawa
Tuesday, June 30: Semifinal at Olympic Stadium, Montréal

Fox (English) and Telemundo (Spanish) have television rights in the United States. It will be the first time either network has shown a major FIFA tournament.

The big Fox over-the-air network airs 16 games. That is the most games ever shown on over-the-air U.S. television for any men's or women's World Cup. Among them will be two U.S. group stage games, two quarterfinals, one semifinal, the third place match and the final. Fox Sports 1 will carry 29 games, including the U.S.' tournament opener, the entire round of 16, two quarterfinals and one semifinal. Fox Sports 2 will carry the remaining seven games.

Fox Sports 1 will begin each day's coverage will begin with an hour-long pregame show, and end each night with an hour-long wrapup show.

Streaming will be through Fox's website and the Fox Sports Go app, free of charge with authentication through participating pay-TV providers. In addition to the television broadcast feeds, there will be supplementary feeds for select games. For all games, there will be a feed with pregame warmups, in-progress highlights and postgame press conferences. There will also be an overhead cable-cam feed for 23 games and a wide-angle tactical view for 41 games.

Fox's studio coverage will orginate from a spectacular location along Vancouver's Coal Harbour for the duration of the tournament. Rob Stone and Kate Abdo will split hosting duties. Monica González, Ariane Hingst, Alexi Lalas, Christine Latham, Heather Mitts, Leslie Osborne, Kelly Smith, Eric Wynalda and referee expert Dr. Joe Machnik will rotate as analysts. Jenny Taft, Julie Stewart-Binks and Grant Wahl will be the reporters, with Taft specifically assigned to cover the United States team.

The network has five commentary crews:

- J.P. Dellacamera (play-by-play), Tony DiCicco (analyst) and Cat Whitehill (analyst)
- John Strong (play-by-play) and Danielle Slaton (analyst)
- Justin Kutcher (play-by-play) and Aly Wagner (analyst)
- Jenn Hildreth (play-by-play) and Kyndra de St. Aubin (analyst)
- Glenn Davis (play-by-play) and Christine Latham (analyst)

Dellacamera, DiCicco and Whitehill are the top crew, calling every U.S. game and the final. Strong will leave after the quarterfinals to prepare to lead Fox's coverage of the CONCACAF Gold Cup, which starts two days after the World Cup ends. Latham will also be in the studio analyst rotation.

Almost every game will be called live on site. A few will be called off monitors from Vancouver. Before you complain, ESPN did the same thing in Brazil last year because of venue capacity constraints and travel distances.

Telemundo airs 10 games over the air, including the opener, every Mexican national team contest, three round of 16 matches, one quarterfinal and the final. Sister cable network NBC Universo carries 21 games, including all U.S. group stage contests, four round of 16 matches, two quarterfinals and both semifinals. Broadcast windows will usually start with pregame coverage half an hour before kickoff.

All games, whether televised or not, will be streamed through the new NBC Deportes website and apps, free of charge with authentication.

Andrés Cantor and Sammy Sadovnik lead the on-air team. They and their colleagues are based at their combined studio in Miami for much of the tournament. They might get to Vancouver for the final, but expect everything else to be called off monitors. Many of them are also calling the FIFA under-20 men's World Championship, which overlaps with the women's World Cup.

There will not be over-the-air radio broadcasts, but SiriusXM will carry simulcasts of Fox Sports' feed for every game of the tournament. The big games, including U.S. contests, will be on Sirius XM FC (channel 94, also known as where you listen to Soccer Morning), with other games on other channels. Coverage will include pregame and postsgame shows hosted by Garth Crooks, New York City FC's radio play-by-play voice. (And you might hear me contributing every now and again too.)

In Canada, Bell Media is both the rights-holder and host broadcaster. In English, over-the-air network CTV has 17 games, with the rest spread across TSN networks. In French, all games will be split between cable networks RDS, RDS2 and RDS Info. Online streaming is via the CTV GO, TSN GO and RDS GO websites and apps, all free with authentication via participating Canadian pay-TV providers.

TSN's studio coverage is hosted by Jennifer Hedger, with former Canadian national team stalwart Clare Rustad among the analysts. On-site coverage of Canada's games is led by James Duthie, Kara Lang and Kristian Jack, with Luke Wileman (play-by-play) and Jason deVos (analyst) in the booth. Sheri Forde and Brian Williams deliver reporting and on-air features.

Bell also has radio rights for the tournament, and broadcasts games across TSN Radio's English-language national network. Gareth Wheeler hosts, with Dan Dunleavy (play-by-play) and Andrea Neal (analyst) calling games.

Here is the complete Women's World Cup schedule. All times are Eastern. U.S. games are in italics. I'll add in commentary teams as they are announced.

Group Stage

Saturday, June 6

6:00 p.m.: A1. Canada vs. A2. China at Commonwealth Stadium, Edmonton

- Fox Sports 1 (J.P. Dellacamera, Tony DiCicco, Cat Whitehill and Julie Stewart-Binks)
- Telemundo
- CTV, TSN1, TSN3, TSN4, TSN5 (Luke Wileman and Jason deVos)
- RDS
- SiriusXM
- TSN Radio

9:00 p.m.: A3. New Zealand vs. A4. Netherlands at Commonwealth Stadium, Edmonton

- Fox Sports 2 (John Strong, Danielle Slaton and Julie Stewart-Binks)
- TSN1, TSN3, TSN4
- RDS
- SiriusXM

Sunday, June 7

1:00 p.m.: B3. Norway vs. B4. Thailand at Lansdowne Stadium, Ottawa

- Fox (Justin Kutcher, Aly Wagner and Julie Stewart-Binks)
- CTV
- RDS2
- SiriusXM

4:00 p.m.: B1. Germany vs. B2. Ivory Coast at Lansdowne Stadium, Ottawa

- Fox (Justin Kutcher, Aly Wagner and Julie Stewart-Binks)
- NBC Universo
- TSN1, TSN3, TSN4, TSN5
- RDS
- SiriusXM

Monday, June 8

4:00 p.m.: D3. Sweden vs. D4. Nigeria at Winnipeg Stadium, Winnipeg

- Fox (J.P. Dellacamera, Tony DiCicco, Cat Whitehill and Jenny Taft)
- TSN1, TSN3, TSN4, TSN5
- RDS2
- SiriusXM

7:00 p.m.: C3. Cameroon vs. C4. Ecuador at BC Place, Vancouver

- Fox Sports 2 (Glenn Davis and Christine Latham)
- TSN2
- RDS2
- SiriusXM

7:30 p.m.: D1. United States vs. D2. Australia at Winnipeg Stadium, Winnipeg

- Fox Sports 1 (J.P. Dellacamera, Tony DiCicco, Cat Whitehill and Jenny Taft)
- NBC Universo
- TSN1, TSN3, TSN4
- RDS
- SiriusXM FC 94

10:00 p.m.: C1. Japan vs. C2. Switzerland at BC Place, Vancouver

- Fox Sports 1 (Jenn Hildreth and Kyndra de St. Aubin)
- TSN1, TSN3, TSN4
- RDS2
- SiriusXM

Tuesday, June 9

1:00 p.m.: F1. France vs. F2. England at Moncton Stadium, Moncton

- Fox (Justin Kutcher, Aly Wagner and Julie Stewart-Binks)
- TSN1, TSN3, TSN4, TSN5
- RDS
- SiriusXM

4:00 p.m.: E3. Spain vs. E4. Costa Rica at Olympic Stadium, Montréal

- Fox Sports 1 (John Strong and Danielle Slaton)
- NBC Universo
- TSN2
- RDS
- SiriusXM

4:00 p.m.: F3. Colombia vs. F4. Mexico at Moncton Stadium, Moncton

- Fox (Justin Kutcher, Aly Wagner and Julie Stewart-Binks)
- Telemundo
- TSN1, TSN3, TSN4, TSN5
- RDS2
- SiriusXM

7:00 p.m.: E1. Brazil vs. E2. South Korea at Olympic Stadium, Montréal

- Fox Sports 1 (Jenn Hildreth and Kyndra de St. Aubin)
- NBC Universo
- TSN1, TSN3, TSN4, TSN5
- RDS
- SiriusXM

Thursday, June 11

4:00 p.m.: B1. Germany vs. B3. Norway at Lansdowne Stadium, Ottawa

- Fox Sports 1 (Justin Kutcher, Aly Wagner and Julie Stewart-BInks)
- NBC Universo
- TSN1, TSN3, TSN4, TSN5
- RDS2
- SiriusXM

6:00 p.m.: A2. China vs. A4. Netherlands at Commonwealth Stadium, Edmonton

- Fox Sports 2 (Glenn Davis and Angela Hucles)
- TSN1, TSN3, TSN4, TSN5
- RDS2
- SiriusXM

7:00 p.m.: B2. Ivory Coast vs. B4. Thailand at Lansdowne Stadium, Ottawa

- Fox Sports 1 (Jenn Hildreth and Kyndra de St. Aubin)
- TSN2
- RDS Info
- SiriusXM

9:00 p.m.: A1. Canada vs. A3. New Zealand at Commonwealth Stadium, Edmonton

- Fox Sports 1 (John Strong and Danielle Slaton)
- CTV, TSN2 (Luke Wileman and Jason deVos)
- RDS
- TSN Radio
- SiriusXM

Friday, June 12

5:00 p.m.: D2. Australia vs. D4. Nigeria at Winnipeg Stadium, Winnipeg

- Fox Sports 1 (J.P. Dellacamera, Tony DiCicco, Cat Whitehil and Jenny Taft)
- TSN1, TSN3, TSN4, TSN5 
- RDS2
- SiriusXM

7:00 p.m.: C2. Switzerland vs. C4. Ecuador at BC Place, Vancouver

- Fox Sports 1 (Glenn Davis and Christine Latham)
- TSN1, TSN3, TSN4, TSN5
- RDS2
- SiriusXM

8:00 p.m.: D1. United States vs. D3. Sweden at Winnipeg Stadium, Winnipeg

- Fox (J.P. Dellacamera, Tony DiCicco, Cat Whitehill and Jenny Taft)
- NBC Universo
- CTV
- RDS
- SiriusXM FC 94

10:00 p.m.: C1. Japan vs. C3. Cameroon at BC Place, Vancouver

- Fox Sports 1 (Jenn Hildreth and Kyndra de St. Aubin)
- TSN1, TSN3, TSN4, TSN5
- RDS2
- SiriusXM

Saturday, June 13

1:00 p.m.: F1. France vs. F3. Colombia at Moncton Stadium, Moncton

- Fox (Justin Kutcher, Aly Wagner and Julie Stewart-Binks)
- Telemundo
- TSN1, TSN3, TSN4, TSN5
- RDS
- SiriusXM

4:00 p.m.: E1. Brazil vs. E3. Spain at Olympic Stadium, Montréal

- Fox Sports 1 (John Strong and Danielle Slaton)
- NBC Universo
- TSN1, TSN3, TSN4, TSN5
- RDS
- SiriusXM

4:00 p.m.: F2. England vs. F4. Mexico at Moncton Stadium, Moncton

- Fox (Justin Kutcher, Aly Wagner and Julie Stewart-Binks)
- Telemundo
- CTV, TSN2
- RDS2
- SiriusXM

7:00 p.m.: E2. South Korea vs. E4. Costa Rica at Olympic Stadium, Montréal

- Fox Sports 2 (Jenn Hildreth and Angela Hucles)
- TSN1, TSN3, TSN4, TSN5
- RDS Info
- SiriusXM

Monday, June 15

4:00 p.m.: B4. Thailand vs. B1. Germany at Winnipeg Stadium, Winnipeg

- Fox (J.P. Dellacamera, Tony DiCicco, Cat Whitehill and Julie Stewart-Binks)
- TSN1, TSN3, TSN4, TSN5
- RDS2
- SiriusXM

4:00 p.m.: B2. Ivory Coast vs. B3. Norway at Moncton Stadium, Moncton

- Fox Sports 1 (Jenn Hildreth and Kyndra de St. Aubin)
- TSN2
- RDS
- SiriusXM

7:30 p.m.: A4. Netherlands vs. A1. Canada at Olympic Stadium, Montréal

- Fox Sports 1 (John Strong and Danielle Slaton)
- NBC Universo
- CTV, TSN3, TSN4, TSN5 (Luke Wileman and Jason deVos)
- RDS
- TSN Radio
- SiriusXM

7:30 p.m.: A2. China vs. A3. New Zealand at Winnipeg Stadium, Winnipeg

- Fox Sports 2 (Glenn Davis and Christine Latham)
- TSN1
- RDS2
- SiriusXM

Tuesday, June 16

5:00 p.m.: C4. Ecuador vs. C1. Japan at Winnipeg Stadium, Winnipeg

- Fox Sports 1 (Justin Kutcher and Aly Wagner)
- NBC Universo
- TSN1, TSN3, TSN4, TSN5
- RDS
- SiriusXM

5:00 p.m.: C2. Switzerland vs. C3. Cameroon at Commonwealth Stadium, Edmonton

- Fox Sports 2 (Glenn Davis and Angela Hucles)
- TSN2
- RDS2
- SiriusXM

8:00 p.m.: D4. Nigeria vs. D1. United States at BC Place, Vancouver

- Fox (J.P. Dellacamera, Tony DiCicco, Cat Whitehill and Jenny Taft)
- NBC Universo
- CTV
- RDS
- SiriusXM FC 94

8:00 p.m.: D2. Australia vs. D3. Sweden at Commonwealth Stadium, Edmonton

- Fox Sports 1 (Jenn Hildreth and Kyndra de St. Aubin)
- TSN2 
- RDS2
- SiriusXM

Wednesday, June 17

4:00 p.m.: F4. Mexico vs. F1. France at Lansdowne Stadium, Ottawa

- Fox (John Strong, Danielle Slaton and Julie Stewart-Binks)
- Telemundo
- TSN1, TSN3, TSN4, TSN5
- RDS
- SiriusXM

4:00 p.m.: F2. England vs. F3. Colombia at Olympic Stadium, Montréal

- Fox Sports 1 (J.P. Dellacamera, Tony DiCicco and Cat Whitehill)
- NBC Universo
- TSN2
- RDS2
- SiriusXM

7:00 p.m.: E4. Costa Rica vs. E1. Brazil at Moncton Stadium, Moncton

- Fox Sports 1 (Jenn Hildreth and Kyndra de St. Aubin)
- NBC Universo
- TSN1, TSN3, TSN4
- RDS
- SiriusXM

7:00 p.m.: E2. South Korea vs. E3. Spain at Lansdowne Stadium, Ottawa

- Fox Sports 2 (Glenn Davis and Christine Latham)
- TSN2
- RDS2
- SiriusXM

Saturday, June 20

Round of 16

From here on, team designations refer to place in the group standings. For example. 1C. is the first-place finisher in Group C, not team C1 in the Group Stage.

4:00 p.m.: Match 39. 1B. Germany vs. 3D. Sweden at Lansdowne Stadium, Ottawa

- Fox Sports 1 (Justin Kutcher, Aly Wagner and Grant Wahl)
- Telemundo
- CTV
- RDS2
- SiriusXM

7:30 p.m.: Match 37, 2A. China. vs. 2C. Cameroon. at Commonwealth Stadium, Edmonton

- Fox Sports 1 (J.P. Dellacamera, Tony DiCicco, Cat Whitehill and Julie Stewart-Binks)
- CTV
- RDS2
- SiriusXM

Yes, as with the men's World Cup, FIFA plays games out of numerical order. Because it can.

Sunday, June 21

1:00 p.m.: Match 41, 1E. Brazil vs. 2D. Australia at Moncton Stadium, Moncton

- Fox Sports 1 (John Strong and Danielle Slaton)
- Telemundo
- TSN3, TSN4, TSN5
- RDS2
- SiriusXM

4:00 p.m.: Match 40, 1F. France vs. 2E. South Korea at Olympic Stadium, Montréal

- Fox Sports 1 (Justin Kutcher and Aly Wagner)
- Telemundo
- CTV
- RDS2
- SiriusXM

7:30 p.m.: Match 44, 1A. Canada vs. 3C. Switzerland at BC Place, Vancouver

- Fox Sports 1 (Jenn Hildreth, Kyndra de St. Aubin and Julie Stewart-Binks)
- NBC Universo
- CTV (Luke Wileman and Jason deVos)
- RDS2
- TSN Radio
- SiriusXM

Monday, June 22

5:00 p.m.: Match 43, 2F. England. vs. 2B. Norway. at Lansdowne Stadium, Ottawa

- Fox Sports 1 (Justin Kutcher and Aly Wagner)
- NBC Universo
- TSN1, TSN3, TSN4, TSN5
- RDS
- SiriusXM

8:00 p.m.: Match 38, 1D. United States vs. 3F. Colombia at Commonwealth Stadium, Edmonton

- Fox Sports 1 (J.P. Dellacamera, Tony DiCicco, Cat Whitehill and Jenny Taft)
- NBC Universo
- TSN1, TSN3, TSN4, TSN5
- RDS
- SiriusXM

Tuesday, June 23

10:00 p.m.: Match 42, 1C. Japan. vs. 3A. Netherlands at B.C. Place, Vancouver

- Fox Sports 1 (John Strong, Danielle Slaton and Julie Stewart-Binks)
- NBC Universo
- TSN1, TSN3, TSN4, TSN5
- RDS
- SiriusXM

Quarterfinals

Friday, June 26

4:00 p.m.: Match 46, Germany vs. France at Olympic Stadium, Montréal

- Fox (Justin Kutcher, Aly Wagner and Julie Stewart-Binks)
- TSN1, TSN3, TSN4, TSN5
- RDS
- TSN Radio
- SiriusXM

7:30 p.m.: Match 45, China vs. United States at Lansdowne Stadium, Ottawa

- Fox (J.P. Dellacamera, Tony DiCicco, Cat Whitehill and Jenny Taft)
- NBC Universo
- CTV, TSN2
- RDS
- TSN Radio

- SiriusXM

Saturday, June 27

4:00 p.m.: Match 47, Australia vs. Japan at Commonwealth Stadium, Edmonton

- Fox Sports 1 (Jenn Hildreth and Kyndra de St. Aubin)
- Telemundo
- CTV
- RDS
- TSN Radio
- SiriusXM

7:30 p.m.: Match 48, England vs. Canada at BC Place, Vancouver

- Fox Sports 1 (John Strong, Danielle Slaton and Julie Stewart-Binks)
- NBC Universo
- CTV
- RDS
- TSN Radio
- SiriusXM

Semifinals

Tuesday, June 30

7:00 p.m.: Match 49, Germany vs. United States at Olympic Stadium, Montréal

- Fox (J.P. Dellacamera, Cat Whitehill, Tony DiCicco and Jenny Taft)
- NBC Universo
- CTV, TSN1, TSN3, TSN4, TSN5 (Luke WIleman and Jason deVos)
- RDS
- SiriusXM

Wednesday, July 1

7:00 p.m.: Match 50, Japan vs. England at Commonwealth Stadium, Edmonton

- Fox Sports 1 (Jenn Hildreth, Kyndra de St. Aubin and Julie Stewart-Binks)
- NBC Universo
- CTV, TSN1, TSN3, TSN4, TSN5
- RDS
- TSN Radio
- SiriusXM

3rd Place Game

Saturday, July 4

4:00 p.m.: Match 51, Germany vs. England at Commonwealth Stadium, Edmonton

- Fox (Justin Kutcher, Aly Wagner and Julie Stewart-Binks)
- NBC Universo
- TSN1, TSN3, TSN4, TSN5
- RDS
- TSN Radio
- SiriusXM

Championship Game

Sunday, July 5

7:00 p.m.: Match 52, United States vs. Japan at BC Place, Vancouver

- Fox (J.P. Dellacamera, Cat Whitehill, Tony DiCicco and Jenny Taft)
- Telemundo (Andrés Cantor, Sammy Sadovnik and Andrea Rodebaugh)
- CTV, TSN1, TSN3, TSN4 (Luke Wileman and Jason deVos)
- RDS (Claudine Douville and Jean Gounelle)
- TSN Radio (Dan Dunleavy and Gareth Wheeler)
- SiriusXM FC 94