Oh Canada, this should be quite a tournament.

Our neighbors to the north will host the Women’s World Cup from June 6 through July 5, with games played in Vancouver, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Ottawa, Montreal and Moncton. The Americans are among the tournament favorites, although they must advance out of a tough group first.

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Here’s the complete Women’s World Cup schedule with results updated daily (all times Eastern):

2015 WOMEN’S WORLD CUP SCHEDULE
GROUP PLAY
SATURDAY, JUNE 6
Canada 1, China 0
Netherlands 1, New Zealand 0

SUNDAY, JUNE 7
Norway 4, Thailand 0
Germany 10, Ivory Coast 0

MONDAY, JUNE 8
USA 3, Australia 1
Sweden 3, Nigeria 3
Cameroon 6, Ecuador 0
Japan 1, Switzerland 0

TUESDAY, JUNE 9
France 1, England 0
Colombia 1, Mexico 1
Spain 1, Costa Rica 1
Brazil 2, South Korea 0

THURSDAY, JUNE 11
Germany 1, Norway 1
China 1, Netherlands 0
Thailand 3, Ivory Coast 2
Canada 0, New Zealand 0

FRIDAY, JUNE 12
USA 0, Sweden 0
Australia 2, Nigeria 0
Switzerland 10, Ecuador 1
Japan 2, Cameroon 1

SATURDAY, JUNE 13
Colombia 2, France 0
England 2, Mexico 1
Brazil 1, Spain 0
South Korea 2, Costa Rica 2

MONDAY, JUNE 15
Norway 3, Ivory Coast 1
Germany 4, Thailand 0
China 2, New Zealand 2
Netherlands 1, Canada 1

TUESDAY, JUNE 16
USA 1, Nigeria 0
Japan 1, Ecuador 0
Cameroon 2, Switzerland 1
Australia 1, Sweden 1

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17
France 5, Mexico 0
England 2, Colombia 1
Brazil 1, Costa Rica 0
South Korea 2, Spain 1

KNOCKOUT ROUNDS
SATURDAY, JUNE 20
Germany 4, Sweden 1
China 1, Cameroon 0

SUNDAY, JUNE 21
Australia 1, Brazil 0
France 3, South Korea 0
Canada 1, Switzerland 0

MONDAY, JUNE 22
USA 2, Colombia 0
England 2, Norway 1

TUESDAY, JUNE 23
Japan 2, Netherlands 1

QUARTERFINALS
FRIDAY, JUNE 26

USA 1, China 0
Germany 1, France 1 (Germany wins 5-4 on penalty kicks)

SATURDAY, JUNE 27
Japan 1, Australia 0
England 2, Canada 1

SEMIFINALS
TUESDAY, JUNE 30

USA 2, Germany 0

WEDNESDAY, JULY 1
Japan 2, England 1

THIRD-PLACE GAME
SATURDAY, JULY 4

England 1, Germany 0 (extra time)

FINAL
SUNDAY, JULY 5

USA 5, Japan 2

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