If you're a soccer fan of any sort, you're going to be glued to the FIFA Women's World Cup. It starts June 7 and ends exactly one month later. And wouldn't you know it — the U.S. women are the defending champs. Again.

And nearly as exciting is the fact that you'll be able to stream the entire tournament this year in 4K resolution. And as you might have guessed by now (or, uh, by reading the headline), you'll be able to stream it on Fubo TV. In 4K. That's ultra-high def. Lots of pixels.

Why's that a big deal? Because, frankly, once you see a soccer game in 4K, you'll never want to watch it any other way. (Same goes for any other sport, really.)

And in the United States, Fubo TV is the only stream service that's offering this up. It started 4K trials about a year ago, with the FIFA Men's World Cup. It's continued since then with other sports on a fairly regular clip, and it's been a pretty major selling point as Fubo TV as a service.

Speaking of which, here's what you're in for if you decide to sign up. (And you really should, especially given that you'll get a free weeklong trial.)

  • Fubo Standard costs $55 a month and gets you 83 channels and 30 hours of cloud DVR. Plus you'll be able to watch on two devices at once.

  • The Family plan increases the DVR to 500 hours and adds a third screen. It's $60 a month.

  • The Entertainment plan is the same as Standard, but it throws in Showtime for $65 a month.

  • And the Ultra plan gets you 103 channels, 500 hours of DVR, Showtime, three screens and the Sports Plus add-on for $75 a month.

See the full Fubo channel list and pricing options

And even better is that Fubo TV is pretty much available on any modern device you have. It'll also need to be 4K-capable, of course, to take advantage of the higher resolution feed. (Same for your TV.)

But fair warning: Once you watch sports in 4K, you're never going to to back.

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Sports were meant to be watched in high definition. Every blade of grass. Ever seam on every ball. Every scowl on every player's face. And Fubo TV is the only place to do it in the U.S.

2019 FIFA Women's World Cup schedule

The 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup runs from June 7 to July 7, from locations throughout France.

Here is the schedule for all first-round games. All times are Eastern.

June 7

  • France vs. Korea Republic, 3 p.m., FS1

June 8

  • 9 a.m. Germany vs. China, FS1
  • Noon: Spain vs. South Africa, Fox
  • 3 p.m.: Norway vs. Nigeria, Fox

June 9

  • 7 a.m.: Australia vs. Italy, FS1
  • 9:30 a.m.: Brazil vs. Jamaica, FS1
  • Noon: England vs. Scotland, Fox

June 10

  • Noon: Argentina vs. Japan, FS1
  • 3 p.m.: Canada vs. Cameroon, FS1

June 11

  • 9 a.m.: New Zealand vs. The Netherlands, FS1
  • Noon: Chile vs. Sweden, FS1
  • 3 p.m.: United States vs. Thailand, Fox

June 12

  • 9 a.m.: Nigeria vs. Korea Republic, FS1
  • Noon: Germany vs. Spain, Fox
  • 3 p.m.: France vs. Norway, Fox

June 13

  • Noon: Australia vs. Brazil, Fox
  • 3 p.m. South Africa vs. China

June 14

  • 9 a.m. Japan vs. Scotland, FS1
  • Noon: Jamaica vs. Italy, Fox
  • 3 p.m.: England vs. Argentina, Fox

June 15

  • 9 a.m.: The Netherlands vs. Cameroon, FS1
  • 2:50 p.m.: Canada vs. New Zealand, FS2

June 16

  • 9 a.m. Sweden vs. Thailand, FS1
  • Noon: United States vs. Chile, Fox

June 17

  • Noon: South Africa vs. Germany, Fox
  • Noon: China vs. Spain, FS1
  • 3 p.m. Nigeria vs. France
  • 3 p.m. Korea Republic vs. Norway

June 18

  • 3 p.m.: Italy vs. Brazil, FS1
  • 3 p.m. Jamaica vs. Australia, FS2

June 19

  • 3 p.m.: Japan vs. England, FS1
  • 3 p.m.: Scotland vs. Argentina, FS2

June 20

  • Noon: The Netherlands vs. Canada, Fox
  • Noon: Cameroon vs. New Zealand, FS1
  • 3 p.m.: Sweden vs. United States, Fox
  • 3 p.m.: Thailand vs. Chile, FS1

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