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CONCACAF W Championship 2022 standings, schedule, scores for women’s soccer World Cup, Olympic qualifying - XDpoker

CONCACAF W Championship 2022 standings, schedule, scores for women’s soccer World Cup, Olympic qualifying

The inaugural CONCACAF W Championship will crown the best national women’s soccer team on the North American content, but it carries even more weight than that: Direct berths will be handed out to the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup and the 2024 Olympics.

The USA, ranked No. 1 in the world, headline the competition alongside No. 6-ranked Canada, and each were placed in separate groups. Mexico is the next highest-ranked nation in the region at No. 26 in the FIFA World Rankings, while Costa Rica is fourth at No. 37.

After using the early stages of 2022 to test younger talent as the team reloads, USWNT head coach Vlatko Andonovski has recalled a number of proven veterans like Alex Morgan and Megan Rapinoe to help guide the squad, and it resulted in a World Cup berth after just two group matches.

The Americans have never missed out on a FIFA World Cup or Olympics tournament, but it won’t be a cakewalk to the W Championship title with Olympic gold medalists Canada likely to reach the final. But Haiti, Jamaica, and Costa Rica have also made important strides in recent years as they seek to make history.

MORE: Teams qualified for 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup

Where is the 2022 CONCACAF W Championship?

The 2022 CONCACAF W Championship is taking place from July 4-18, 2022 in Mexico.

The entire tournament is split between two venues in Monterrey, with games at the Estadio BBVA in the Guadalupe neighborhood, and the Estadio Universitario in San Nicolas de los Garza. The two venues are just nine miles apart in downtown Monterrey.

All games will kick off at either 7 p.m. ET or 10 p.m. ET, with the final to take place on July 18 at Estadio BBVA (kickoff set for 10 p.m. ET).

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CONCACAF W Championship TV, live streams

  In USA In Canada
Dates July 4-18 July 4-18
Times (ET) 7 p.m. & 10 p.m. 7 p.m. & 10 p.m.
TV CBSSN, TUDN Telus (Ch. 980), CBC Sports
Live Stream fuboTV, Paramount+, ViX fuboTV, OneSoccer, CBC Gem

USA: The CONCACAF W Championship match will be streamed on Paramount+ (English) and ViX (Spanish). Select matches broadcast on CBS Sports Network and TUDN will also be streamed on fuboTV.

A special discount is available to new fuboTV users for the first month of the Spanish-language Latino package.

CANADA: The Canada women’s soccer matches will be carried by OneSoccer, which is streamed on fuboTV. CBC Sports will carry the live broadcast of the final group match and tape-delayed broadcasts of the first two group games.

CONCACAF W Championship: What’s at stake

The CONCACAF W Championship features eight teams split into two groups (Groups A & B). After round-robin play concludes in each group, the top two teams advance to the knockout semifinals with A1 facing B2 and B1 taking on A2 in single-elimination matches.

The final will be played on July 18 with the third-place match unfolding a mere hours before. Third-place will matter to the winner because here’s what’s at stake in the tournament:

  • 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup berths: The top two teams in each group clinch an automatic berth to the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand. The third-place finishers in each group advance to a 10-team FIFA intercontinental playoff which will hand out the final three World Cup berths.
  • 2024 Summer Olympic berths: The winner of the W Championship earns a direct berth to the 2024 Paris Olympics. The second- and third-place finishers will do battle for the second automatic Olympic spot via a head-to-head play-in match in Sept. 2023. 
  • 2024 CONCACAF W Gold Cup berths: The top three finishers all qualify directly for the 2024 CONCACAF W Gold Cup tournament. The rest of the Gold Cup field will be determined by a qualifying competition held in the latter half of 2023.
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CONCACAF W Championship 2022 standings, schedule & scores

Group Stage

The top two finishers in Group A and Group B clinch a spot in the 2023 Women’s World Cup. Third place finishers in each group earn a spot in the 10-team FIFA intercontinental World Cup playoffs.

If teams are tied on points, the tiebreakers are: (1) goal difference, (2) goals scored, (3) points in matches between tied teams with additional tiebreakers available in the tournament regulations (page 21).

Group A

Team GP Pts W-L-D GD
1. USA-X 2 6 2-0-0 +8
2. Haiti 2 3 1-1-0
3. Jamaica 2 3 1-1-0 -4
4. Mexico 2 0-2-0 -4

X = qualified to semifinals, clinch World Cup berth
Y = clinched World Cup intercontinental playoff berth

Group A fixtures & results

Date Match Time (ET) USA
TV & Streaming
Canada
TV & Streaming
Mon, July 4 USA 3, Haiti HIGHLIGHTS    
Mon, July 4 Mexico , Jamaica 1 HIGHLIGHTS    
Thu, July 7 Jamaica , USA 5 HIGHLIGHTS    
Thu, July 7 Haiti 3, Mexico  HIGHLIGHTS    
Mon, July 11 Jamaica vs Haiti 10 p.m. Paramount+, ViX
Mon, July 11 USA vs. Mexico 10 p.m. Paramount+, ViX fuboTV, OneSoccer

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Group B

Team GP Pts W-L-D GD
1. Canada 1 3 1-0-0 +6
2. Costa Rica 1 3 1-0-0 +3
3. Panama 1 0-1-0 -3
4. Trinidad & Tobago 1 0-1-0 -6
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X = qualified to semifinals, clinch World Cup berth
Y = clinched World Cup intercontinental playoff berth

Group B fixtures & results

Date Match Time (ET) USA
TV & Streaming
Canada
TV & Streaming
Mon, July 5 Costa Rica 3, Panama  HIGHLIGHTS    
Mon, July 5 Canada 6, Trinidad & Tobago  HIGHLIGHTS    
Thu, July 8 Trinidad & Tobago vs. Costa Rica 7 p.m. Paramount+, ViX fuboTV, OneSoccer
Thu, July 8 Panama vs. Canada 10 p.m. Paramount+, ViX fuboTV, OneSoccer
Mon, July 11 Canada vs. Costa Rica 7 p.m. Paramount+, ViX fuboTV, OneSoccer, CBC Sports
Mon, July 11 Panama vs. Trinidad & Tobago 7 p.m. Paramount+, ViX

Semifinals

The four semifinalists qualify directly for the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup regardless of semifinal result.

Date Match Time (ET) USA
TV & Streaming
Canada
TV & Streaming
Thu, July 14 A1 vs. B2 7 p.m. CBSSN, fuboTV,
Paramount+, ViX
fuboTV, OneSoccer
Thu, July 14 B1 vs. A2 10 p.m. CBSSN, fuboTV,
Paramount+, ViX
fuboTV, OneSoccer

Third Place Match

The winner of the third-place match earns a spot in a 2024 Olympic play-in match against the tournament runner-up, which will take place in September 2023.

Date Match Time (ET) USA
TV & Streaming
Canada
TV & Streaming
Mon, July 18 Semi 1 Loser vs. Semi 2 Loser 7 p.m. Paramount+, ViX fuboTV, OneSoccer

Final

The winner of the final qualifies directly to the 2024 Summer Olympics. The loser of the final earns a spot in an Olympic play-in match against the third-place finisher in September 2023.

Date Match Time (ET) USA
TV & Streaming
Canada
TV & Streaming
Mon, July 18 Semi 1 Winner vs. Semi 2 Winner 10 p.m. TUDN, fuboTV, Paramount+ fuboTV, OneSoccer