How to Watch the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup
All the 24 teams are gearing for the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup which is set to be played over 31 days. If you want to know where to watch every game, check this guide to catch them online free with a FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 live streaming. The tournament kicks off June 7 with the host nation France takes on the Korea Republic in the opening match.
As per reports, a total of 62 broadcasters from around the world are broadcasting 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup live online and on television. The tournament starts with group phase and runs until 20 June with the knock-out stage starting on 22 June 2019. The final of Women’s World Cup 2019 is scheduled to take place on Sunday, 7 July at the at Parc Olympique Lyonnais.
Three-time champion and the World Cup 2019 defending chmapions the USA are the favourites to win the title. The United States is in Group F along with Thailand, Sweden and Chile. You want to watch the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup live stream, here’s a guide.
How to stream the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup in the UK
BBC Sport has exclusive rights of the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 and they are having the live coverage of every match on television. Online football fans can catch the live stream of matches on the BBC Sport website.
BBC One to broadcast the opening game between France and South Korea live from 7:30 pm BST. The matches will broadcast on BBC One, BBC Two, and BBC Four.
How to live stream the FIFA Women’s World Cup in USA (Free)
The tournament is broadcasting in the United States in English on Fox and FS1 while the Spanish broadcast rights are with Telemundo. In the USA, fans can also watch the tournament on Universo. Viewers can also watch the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup live stream free on fuboTV.
U.S. fans have the option to watch the matches live through Fox’s streaming services which are available for its subscribers. Access Fox Sports Go through the website or a mobile app (Android, iOS) and stream Women’s World Cup 2019 matches.
In case you do not have the cable or satellite tv channel then you can stream the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup through streaming services listed below.
- FuboTV $44.99 for the first month
- Hulu with Live TV $44.99 per month
- Playstation Vue starting at $44.99 per month
- DirecTV Now $50 per month
- Sling TV starting at $15 per month
- YouTube TV $49.99 per month
How to stream 2019 Women’s World Cup live online in Australia
The Aussies football fans can catch all the live action from the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup online on Optus Sport.
How to watch FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 Live Streaming in Africa
Football fans in Sub-Saharan Africa can watch the matches of the female World Cup 2019 on DirecTV Sports. DirecTV app and website will you watch the matches online.
What teams are in the Women’s World Cup 2019?
Women’s World Cup 2019 Schedule
Friday 7 June
Group A: France vs South Korea (20:00, Paris)
Saturday 8 June
Group A: Norway vs Nigeria (14:00, Reims)
Group B: Spain vs South Africa (17:00, Le Havre)
Group B: Germany vs China (20:00, Rennes)
Sunday 9 June
Group C: Australia vs Italy (12:00, Valenciennes)
Group C: Brazil vs Jamaica (14:30, Grenoble)
Group D: England vs Scotland (17:00, Nice)
Monday 10 June
Group D: Argentina vs Japan (17:00, Paris)
Group E: Canada vs Cameroon (20:00, Montpellier)
Tuesday 11 June
Group E: New Zealand vs Netherlands (14:00, Le Havre)
Group F: Chile vs Sweden (17:00, Rennes)
Group F: United States vs Thailand (20:00, Reims)
Wednesday 12 June
Group A: Nigeria vs South Korea (14:00, Grenoble)
Group B: Germany vs Spain (17:00, Valenciennes)
Group A: France vs Norway (20:00, Nice)
Thursday 13 June
Group C: Australia vs Brazil (17:00, Montpellier)
Group B: South Africa vs China (20:00, Paris)
Friday 14 June
Group D: Japan vs Scotland (14:00, Rennes)
Group D: England vs Argentina (17:00, Le Havre)
Group C: Jamaica vs Italy (20:00, Reims)
Saturday 15 June
Group E: Netherlands vs Cameroon (17:00, Valenciennes)
Group E: Canada vs New Zealand (20:00, Grenoble)
Sunday 16 June
Group F: United States vs Chile (14:00, Paris)
Group F: Sweden vs Thailand (17:00, Nice)
Monday 17 June
Group B: China vs Spain (17:00, Le Havre)
Group B: South Africa vs Germany (17:00, Montpellier)
Group A: Nigeria vs France (20:00, Rennes)
Group A: South Korea vs Norway (20:00, Reims)
Tuesday 18 June
Group C: Jamaica vs Australia (20:00, Grenoble)
Group C: Italy vs Brazil (20:00, Valenciennes)
Wednesday 19 June
Group D: Japan vs England (20:00, Nice)
Group D: Scotland vs Argentina (20:00, Paris)
Thursday 20 June
Group E: Cameroon vs New Zealand (17:00, Montpellier)
Group E: Netherlands vs Canada (17:00, Reims)
Group F: Sweden vs United States (20:00, Le Havre)
Group F: Thailand vs Chile (20:00, Rennes)
What are the Venues in the 2019 Women’s World Cup?
Grenoble – Stade des Alpes (20,068 capacity)
Le Harve – Stade Océane (25,178 capacity)
Lyon – Parc Olympique Lyonnais (59,186 capacity)
Montpellier – Stade de la Mosson (32,900 capacity)
Nice – Allianz Riviera (35,624 capacity)
Paris – Parc des Princes (48,583 capacity)
Reims – Stade Auguste-Delaune (21,127 capacity)
Rennes – Roazhon Park (29,164 capacity)
Valenciennes – Stade du Hainaut (25,172 capacity)