Women’s College Cup 2023 Livestream: How to Watch the NCAA Women’s Soccer Tournament Online

Some of the country’s top student athletes are taking the pitch this month for the NCAA Division I Women’s Soccer Tournament. Sixty-four teams qualified for this year’s tournament, which is the 42nd edition of the postseason championship.

The first round kicked off Nov. 10 and the second round kicks off Nov. 17. That’s followed by the round of 16 on Nov. 19 and then the quarterfinals and semifinals. The College Cup final takes place Dec. 4.

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Want to watch the NCAA women’s soccer tournament on TV? While the College Cup soccer games will be televised on ESPNU, the rest of the tournament is streaming exclusively on ESPN+. A month of access to ESPN+ costs $10.99 and includes a live feed of all the early round games, plus the College Cup semifinals and finals.

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ESPN+ lets you live stream NCAA women’s soccer online without cable, and the service also has live streaming of other sports, like F1, UFC, NHL and more. An even better option? Get the Disney+ Bundle, which includes ESPN+, Hulu and Disney+ for just $14.99 — a 44% discount over purchasing each streaming service on its own.

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College Cup 2023 Tickets

While the teams are playing across the country right now in their respective college towns, this year’s College Cup will be played on Dec. 1 and Dec. 4 at WakeMed Soccer Park in Cary, NC. Tickets to the College Cup are now available on sites like Stubhub, SeatGeek and Vivid Seats.

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Use promo code RS2023 to save $20 off your ticket purchase at, where we spotted tickets are low at $88 as of this writing.

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NCAA Women’s Soccer Championships: Teams, Predictions

The NCAA Division I Women’s Soccer Tournament is a postseason tournament to crown the women’s college soccer national champion. The tournament culminates in the College Cup, which will be played on Dec. 1 and Dec. 4.

North Carolina has been the most dominant school in Division I women’s soccer, taking home the title 22 times, and the Tar Heels are once again predicted to win this year. Still, UNC will have a few upstart challengers this year: oddsmakers also have Florida State, Penn State and Stanford as favorites to make it to the championship game.

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Catch the entire NCAA Women’s Soccer Tournament on ESPN+, with a month of access to their live feeds and on-demand replays starting at just $10.99 here.

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