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How to watch FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 on TV in UK and US

How to watch FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 on TV in UK and US

After a long row of winters turned into spring, Infantino took the doomsday option, threatening a media blackout for Europe’s traditional financial powers. “It is our moral and legal duty not to undersell the FIFA Women’s World Cup,” he said. “Therefore, if the concessions continue to be unfair, we will be forced not to broadcast the FIFA Women’s World Cup in the ‘big five’ European countries.”

After six weeks of negotiations and rhetoric, a compromise was found and an agreement with the “Big Five” was announced on June 15. In the United States, long-term contracts for English and Spanish rights are simpler.

How to watch in England

The BBC and ITV will submit a joint bid and share coverage of the games, with ITV showing two of the group games, the BBC one, and the knockout matches split at a later date with both hosting the final. All 64 matches will be broadcast on the BBC network, ITV and ITV4. The BBC has also won the live radio rights and will broadcast the commentary on the BBC. Radio 5 Live and 5 Sports Extra.

Saturday 22nd July England vs Haiti, 10.30am BST, D.V.I

Friday July 28 England vs Denmark, 9:30am BBC

Tuesday, August 1 China v England, noon D.V.I

Finally, the Sunday 20th August Starts at 11am in the UK.

How to watch in America

Fox has the English rights to the World Cup for the third consecutive tournament and will show the games on Fox and FS1 while Peacock, Telemundo and Universo will show the games in Spanish.

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Fox announced that its studio team will include Carly Lloyd, Carina LeBlanc, Alexi Lalas, Ariana Hingst, Kate Gill, Stuart Holden and Heather O’Reilly, while commentators will include JP Dellacmera and Jackie Oatley.

Friday July 21 United States vs. Vietnam, 9 p.m. ET, 6 p.m. Pacific

Wednesday 26th July United States vs. Netherlands, 9 p.m. ET, 6 p.m. Pacific

Tuesday, August 1 Portugal vs. USA, 3 a.m. ET, midnight Pacific

Qualifying for a fourth consecutive World Cup will be the final Sunday 20th August6 a.m. ET, 3 a.m. Pacific.

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