The FIFA Women's World Cup is currently underway in France right now, which means you have probably had soccer on your mind for the last few days/weeks, and probably still will for the next few days. The first games have been played, the first teams have been knocked out, the quarterfinals have happened, and currently, the United States, Sweden, England, and the Netherlands are in the semifinals.

If you're looking to tune into the games wherever you are in the world (and whatever time they're on), here's how you can keep up to date with everything that's happening, and who's playing who as we head into the final soccer stretch, which concludes July 7. May the best team win.

How to watch the FIFA Women's World Cup

Currently, Fox and the Fox Sports channels — Fox Sports 1 andFox Sports 2 — are airing the matches. Yay! The matches tend to happen at 9 a.m., 12:30 p.m., and 3 p.m. Eastern Standard Time, which means if you're in a different time zone just account for that shift (and have fun getting up early to watch soccer). You might not have access to the FS1 and FS2 channels, but the quarterfinals, semifinals, and finals will all be broadcast on Fox. The full schedule is here.

How to stream the FIFA Women's World Cup

Through your cable provider, you can also watch live games on your portable devices via the Fox app. Not all cable packages carry the Fox app, so just double check before you go ahead and make plans to watch on your iPhone on your train commute.

How to stream the FIFA Women's World Cup without the Fox app

Fox isn't the only option when it comes to watching the games. FuboTV might be your best bet, as they're streaming all the games from Fox AND come with a free week-long trial before you actually have to subscribe. Plans start at $54.99 a month.

When are the next games?

Semifinals

Tuesday, July 2
United States vs. England at 3 p.m. ET on Fox

Wednesday, July 3
Sweden vs. Netherlands at 3 p.m. ET on FS1

Third-place game

Saturday, July 6
United States/England vs. Sweden/Netherlands at 11 a.m. ET on Fox

Finals

Sunday, July 7
United States/England vs. Sweden/Netherlands at 11 a.m. ET on Fox

<p>Megan Rapinoe and Alex Morgan of USWNT at FIFA Women's World Cup </p>

Megan Rapinoe and Alex Morgan of USWNT at FIFA Women's World Cup