2012 Olympic Games: Women's Soccer TV Times, How To Watch Online

As the beautiful city of London prepares itself to be the center of the world for the next few weeks, the 2012 Olympic games is getting underway on Wednesday despite the opening ceremonies are still two days away. Women's soccer gets things started on Wednesday with a number of exciting first-round matches going on, and a number of different ways that you can watch.

Great Britian and New Zeland get things started at 8 am PT, while Japan and Canada get it on afterward at 8:50. The United States women's soccer team will take on France at 9 a.m. PT on NBC Sports Network, while Cameroon Brazil at 10:45. Sweeden takes on South Africa at 11:09, while Columbia and North Korea lock horns at 11:45.

8:00a

Women's Group E: Great Britain vs. New Zealand

8:50a

Women's Group F: Japan vs. Canada

9:00a

Women's Group G: United States vs. France

10:45a

Women's Group E: Cameroon vs. Brazil

11:09a

Women's Group F: Sweden vs. South Africa

11:45a

Women's Group G: Colombia vs. North Korea

All games can be viewed on either MSNBC or NBC Sports Network, or can be streamed online at NBC.com

Full viewing guide can be found here.

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