KC Power & Light District to host U.S. Women's National Team watch parties for 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup


The Kansas City Power & Light District is partnering with Sporting KC and the KC Current to host watch parties at KC Live! for the U.S. Women’s National Team’s opening two matches for the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.

Fans of all ages are invited to cheer on the No. 1 ranked U.S. Women’s National Team alongside fellow soccer supporters and take part in a tradition that has earned Kansas City recognition as the Soccer Capital of America. Dating back to the 2010 FIFA World Cup, KC Live! at the Power & Light District has garnered international attention as one of the nation’s largest and most vibrant World Cup watch party locations with FOX expected to once again have a camera in Kansas City this summer to capture the sights and sounds as part of the network’s World Cup coverage.

Tickets for admission to the watch parties are free and available to reserve in advance via SeatGeek. Entry to the events in KC Live! will begin 90 minutes prior to kickoff.


Watch party details for the U.S. Women’s National Team’s group stage finale against Portugal at 2 a.m. CT on Tues., Aug. 1, as well as potential knockout round watch parties, will be announced at a later date.

KC Live!, the 25,000-square foot multi-level entertainment block in the heart of downtown Kansas City’s Power & Light District, will be the area’s premier watch party destination for the United States Women’s National Team’s opening two matches at the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup on July 21 and July 26. Broadcasts for both matches will be shown live on the theater-sized LED screen, which stretches 40 feet wide and 18 feet high, and match commentary will play throughout the covered outdoor venue.

The 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup will air live in the United States on FOX, FS1 and the FOX Sports App in English, as well as Telemundo, Universo and Peacock in Spanish. Click here for the full schedule of all 64 matches with broadcast information.

Taking place quadrennially, this year’s Women’s World Cup features an expanded field of 32 teams. The competition’s back-to-back champions, the United States has won four of the eight all-time Women’s World Cup tournaments and was drawn into Group E along with 2019 Women’s World Cup runners-up Netherlands as well as World Cup debutantes Vietnam and Portugal.

Vlatko Andonovski, a Kansas City resident and graduate of Park University, became head coach of the U.S. Women’s National Team at the end of 2019 and will lead the United States at a World Cup for the first time this summer. Andonovski won two NWSL championships in KC during his five seasons as head coach of FC Kansas City from 2013-2017 in addition to being a past player and coach for the Kansas City Comets.

Andonovski has named a 23-player roster for the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup highlighted by nine players from the team that won the tournament four years ago and 14 players for whom this will be their first World Cup. Alex Morgan, Megan Rapinoe and Kelley O’Hara were chosen to their fourth World Cup roster, while Alyssa Naeher and Julie Ertz were selected for a third consecutive World Cup.

Kansas City is one of 16 cities across the United States, Mexico and Canada selected to host matches during the FIFA World Cup 2026. Visit and follow @fwc26kansascity on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook for all the latest news.