FIBA has Announced the Schedule of 2022 Women’s World Cup and the Fans can’t Wait for It

2022 FIBA Women’s World Cup Schedule

At the FIBA World Cup in Sydney, the United States will be hoping to win its fourth straight championship. Now if you count the Olympics as well, it’s the eighth consecutive World gold. Breanna Stewart, the Tokyo Olympic MVP, and two-time WNBA MVP A’ja Wilson lead the American team for the first time since 2000 without Sue Bird (retired) or Diana Taurasi (injured).

For the first time since 1994, the new-look team does not have anyone above 30. The last time it happened was when the United States started its dynasty at the 1996 Atlanta Games.  Since the 2006 Worlds bronze-medal game, the Americans have won 52 straight games between the Worlds and the Olympics.

The main opponent of the United States, host nation Australia, and Olympic silver medalist Japan are featured on the roster. Nigeria, which lost to the United States in Tokyo by nine points in the closest game of any opponent, isn’t there because the team’s federation withdrew due to problems with governance. Second-placed Spain in the world didn’t make the cut.

2022 FIBA Women’s World Cup Schedule

DateTime (ET)GameRound
Wed., Sept. 218:30 p.m.Bosnia and Herzegovina vs. Puerto RicoGroup A


9:30 p.m.USA vs. BelgiumGroup A
11 p.m.Canada vs. SerbiaGroup B
Thurs., Sept. 2212 a.m.Japan vs. MaliGroup B
3:30 a.m.China vs. South KoreaGroup A
6:30 a.m.Australia vs. FranceGroup B
8:30 p.m.USA vs. Puerto RicoGroup A
10 p.m.Japan vs. SerbiaGroup B
11 p.m.Belgium vs. South KoreaGroup A
Fri., Sept. 2312:30 a.m.Bosnia and Herzegovina vs. ChinaGroup A
4 a.m.Canada vs. FranceGroup B
6:30 a.m.Australia vs. MaliGroup B
Sat., Sept. 2412:30 a.m.USA vs. ChinaGroup A
4 a.m.Bosnia and Herzegovina vs. South KoreaGroup A
6:30 a.m.Belgium vs. Puerto RicoGroup A
Sun., Sept. 2512:30 a.m.France vs. MaliGroup B
4 a.m.Australia vs. SerbiaGroup B
6:30 a.m.Canada vs. JapanGroup B
9:30 p.m.Belgium vs. Bosnia and HerzegovinaGroup A
11:30 p.m.Mali vs. SerbiaGroup B
Mon., Sept. 2612 a.m.USA vs. South KoreaGroup A
2 a.m.France vs. JapanGroup B
3:30 a.m.China vs. Puerto RicoGroup A
6:30 a.m.Australia vs. CanadaGroup B
9:30 p.m.Puerto Rico vs. South KoreaGroup A
11:30 p.m.Belgium vs. ChinaGroup A
Tues., Sept. 2712 a.m.USA vs. Bosnia and HerzegovinaGroup A
2 a.m.Canada vs. MaliGroup B
3:30 a.m.France vs. SerbiaGroup B
6:30 a.m.Australia vs. JapanGroup B
Wed., Sept. 2810 p.m.Quarterfinal
Thurs., Sept. 2912:30 a.m.Quarterfinal
4 a.m.Quarterfinal
6:30 a.m.Quarterfinal
Fri., Sept. 303 a.m.Semifinal
5:30 a.m.Semifinal
11 p.m.Third-Place Game
Sat., Oct. 12 a.m.Final
Noah Davis
Former Collegiate Basketball Player Currently working as a sports writer sports enthusiast and Basketball lover

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