How to watch NCAA Women’s Soccer Championship: FSU vs Stanford live stream, TV channel for 2023 College Cup final

The 2023 NCAA women’s soccer tournament has reached its finale, as the title match takes the field in Cary, NC to decide the national champion.

Top-ranked Florida State and No. 3 Stanford will face off to determine the title winner, in a matchup of two teams with national prestige and recent success.

FSU have won three national championships in school history, all within the past decade, most recently in 2021 when they topped BYU on penalties after a 0-0 draw. The Seminoles boast one of the nation’s most exciting young players in freshman forward Jordynn Dudley, who scored in the victory over Clemson in the semifinal on Friday.

Stanford, meanwhile, have three national titles of their own in recent years, the latest in 2019 when they also secured the championship on penalties after a scoreless draw, topping North Carolina in the title match. 

The matchup marks the first time in NCAA women’s soccer history that two undefeated teams meet in the national title game.

2023 NCAA women’s soccer championship live stream, TV channel

  • TV channel: ESPNU
  • Streaming: Fubo, ESPN+, WatchESPN

The entirety of the 2023 NCAA men’s and women’s College Cup has been televised on ESPNU, with both the semifinals and finals broadcast live on the channel. This match will also be shown on ESPN3.

The games can be streamed on ESPN+ or WatchESPN for those with valid login credentials, while ESPNU can also be found on Fubo.

What time does the 2023 NCAA women’s soccer championship match kickoff?

The title match of the 2023 Women’s College Cup, Florida State vs. Stanford, kicks off at 6 p.m. local time in Cary, NC on Monday, December 4.

Below is a table showing how the scheduled kickoff time translates across time zones in North America.

  FSU vs. Stanford
Eastern Time 6 p.m.
Central Time 5 p.m.
Mountain Time 4 p.m.
Pacific Time 3 p.m.

What teams are in the 2023 NCAA Women’s College Cup?

Reaching the College Cup represents the pinnacle of achievement in NCAA soccer, and this year four standout sides progressed through to the final four. Now, there are only two.

Below is a look at each team with a chance to lift the trophy and how their season played out.

Florida State (20-0-1, 9-0-1 in ACC)

  • United Soccer Coach’s Poll ranking: 1st
  • Ranked wins: #9 TCU, #8 Clemson, #11 Notre Dame, #18 Pitt, #7 Clemson, #7 Clemson
  • Ranked draws: #1 UNC
  • ACC tournament result: Won final (2-1 vs. Clemson)
  • All Americans: M Onyi Echegini (1st Team), F Jordynn Dudley (1st Team), M Taylor Huff (2nd Team), F Jody Brown (2nd Team), GK Cristina Roque (3rd Team)

Stanford (19-0-4, 8-0-3 in Pac-12)

  • United Soccer Coach’s Poll ranking: 3rd
  • Ranked wins: #10 Duke, #12 Santa Clara, #24 Washington, #25 Colorado, #5 BYU
  • Ranked draws: #13 Georgetown, #23 USC, #2 UCLA
  • P12 tournament result: N/A — No Pac-12 soccer tournament
  • All Americans: M Jasmine Aikey (1st Team), Elise Evans (3rd Team)

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