Warner Bros. Discovery Sports Tuesday announced its roster of commentators ahead of the launch of its U.S. Soccer coverage.

The coverage kicks off with HBO Max’s first domestic live sports coverage – on Tuesday, Jan. 17, featuring the U.S. women’s national team traveling to face the 2023 Women’s World Cup co-host New Zealand at 10 p.m. ET. HBO Max will also present the follow up match between the USA and New Zealand live from Auckland on Friday, Jan. 20, at 10 p.m. ET.

WBD Sports’ lineup of analysts will feature three National Soccer Hall of Famers – Julie Foudy, DaMarcus Beasley and Shannon Boxx – along with former USMNT player and American soccer personality Kyle Martino.

WBD Sports’ commentator roster also will include other experienced soccer voices – both domestic and international – with various ties to the sport.

An award-winning soccer commentator with more than 25 years of experience of calling international soccer, Luke Wileman will serve as TNT and HBO Max’s lead play-by-play voice for U.S. Soccer. A veteran of several World Cups, including last year’s event in Qatar, Wileman has called many of the world’s biggest soccer showcases.

Four-time Emmy Award-winning sports broadcast Sara Walsh will host WBD Sports’ studio coverage of U.S. Soccer. Walsh spent seven years with ESPN, including as anchor of its flagship program SportsCenter. Walsh has covered USWNT, USMNT and MLS games for FOX Sports, along with the NFL and NASCAR. She was a four-year starter on the University of North Florida soccer team, where she set the school record for goals scored in a game.

Soccer broadcaster Melissa Ortiz will serve as a reporter for TNT and HBO Max. She has worked as a host, studio analyst, commentator and sideline reporter for FOX Sports, ESPN and fuboTV. Last month, she served as a World Cup digital analyst and host in Qatar. As a player, Ortiz was a standout for the Colombian women’s national team, helping the squad qualify for the 2015 Women’s World Cup. She was a standout player at Lynn University.

WBD Sports and the U.S. Soccer Federation are in the first of an eight-year multimedia rights agreement, which made TNT and HBO Max the exclusive English-language home to more than 20 USWNT and USMNT matches every year. High profile games will include the SheBelieves Cup, CONCACAF Nations League and international friendlies.

Further programming, production and scheduling details will be announced soon.