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CBC has live coverage of Team Canada's games from FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup Japan 2012, beginning August 20

Live coverage is available on CBC-TV and at cbcsports.ca as Canada takes on the world

Sixteen under-20 women's national teams are heading to Japan this month to stake their claim as the world's best, and CBC has Canada covered with live broadcasts of all Team Canada games starting with the national team's group play. Live coverage is available on CBC-TV and streaming live at cbcsports.ca.

CBC's live coverage of Canada's group play includes all three matches against their Group C opponents:

Andi Petrillo (@andipHNIC) hosts CBC's coverage from the studio alongside analysts Nigel Reed (@Nigel_Reed) and former Canadian women's national team member, Clare Rustad.

In addition to live streaming of each of team Canada's matches on cbcsports.ca, Canadian fans can join the online conversation through Facebook and Twitter. Viewers can interact at facebook.com/cbcsports and by following @cbcsports and using the hashtag #CanU20FIFA.

All team Canada matches will be seen live on CBC-TV which concludes its FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup coverage with the Championship match on Saturday, September 8, 2012 . Check cbcsports.ca for up-to-date broadcast details.

This year marks Canada's fifth participation at the FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup.  The next FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup will take place in Canada in 2014.


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