The FIFA Women's World Cup is officially underway! Despite what many may think, this is a bigger deal because the United States actually qualified for this world cup (looking at you USMNT)! With six groups and 24 teams, the U.S. Women's National Team (USWNT) is actually a favorite to win this 2019 World Cup as they did in 2015.

Standing in Group F along with Thailand, Chile and Sweden, the USWNT plays for the first time on Tuesday, June 11 against Thailand. So grab those USWNT jerseys and your vuvuzelas and cheer on the red, white and blue. Here's the rest of the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup taking place in France- check your local listings for time.

FRIDAY, JUNE 7
France vs. South Korea

SATURDAY, JUNE 8
Germany vs. China
Spain vs. South Africa
Norway vs. Nigeria

SUNDAY, JUNE 9
Australia vs. Italy
Brazil vs. Jamaica
England vs. Scotland

MONDAY, JUNE 10
Argentina vs. Japan
Canada vs. Cameroon

TUESDAY, JUNE 11
New Zealand vs. Netherlands
Chile vs. Sweden
United States vs. Thailand

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12
Nigeria vs. South Korea
Germany vs. Spain
France vs. Norway

THURSDAY, JUNE 13
Australia vs. Brazil
South Africa vs. China

FRIDAY, JUNE 14
Japan vs. Scotland
Jamaica vs. Italy
England vs. Argentina

SATURDAY, JUNE 15
Netherlands vs. Cameroon
Canada vs. New Zealand

SUNDAY, JUNE 16
Sweden vs. Thailand
United States vs. Chile

MONDAY, JUNE 17
South Africa vs. Germany
China vs. Spain
Nigeria vs. France
South Korea vs. Norway

TUESDAY, JUNE 18
Jamaica vs. Australia
Italy vs. Brazil

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19
Japan vs. England
Scotland vs. Argentina

THURSDAY, JUNE 20
Netherlands vs. Canada
Cameroon vs. New Zealand
United States vs. Sweden
Thailand vs. Chile

Round of 16 Begins on Saturday, June 22 with teams to be determined.