2023 Women’s World Cup A-Z Fan Guide

The 2023 FIFA womens world cup A-Z digital fans guide will be updated as additional details become available. It’s game on! 32 teams have been confirmed due to play. The women’s world cup football tournament starts on Thursday 20 July 2023. The opening match between Norway vs New Zealand will face off in (Group A) at Eden Park Stadium, Auckland on Thursday (July 20). The game will be broadcast live at 5:00 p.m. AEST. Do you ready for the experience of a lifetime?

Which team failed to qualify 2023 Women’s World Cup?

The 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup is the last time to play 24 teams are in the tournament. The next Women’s World Cup 2023 will play 32 teams. This year several national football teams will be missing the big tournament. Belgium; Bolivia, Portugal, and Ukraine; has been a failure to qualify in football history.

Women’s World Cup 2023: Group stage fixtures

The 32 teams play in eight groups of four teams each group. The group stage match starts on 20 July to 20 August 2023. This list below 32 of 29 qualified teams and their respective groups in the Women’s World Cup 2023.

  • Group A: New Zealand, Philippines, Norway, Switzerland
  • Group B: Australia, Canada, Republic of Ireland, Nigeria
  • Group C: Spain, Japan, Costa Rica, Zambia
  • Group D: England, China, Denmark, Group B play-off winner
  • Group E: United States, Netherlands, Vietnam, Group A play-off winner
  • Group F: Brazil, France, Jamaica, Group C play-off winner
  • Group G: Argentina, South Africa, Italy, Sweden
  • Group H: Morocco, Colombia, Germany, Korea Republic

Group Stage (all kick-off times AEST)

Thursday, July 20, 2023

GroupMatchupTime (AEST)Stadium
ANorway vs New Zealand5:00 PMEden Park Stadium, Auckland
BIreland vs Australia8:00 PMAllianz Stadium, Sydney

Friday, July 21

GroupMatchupTime (AEST)Stadium
ASwitzerland vs Philippines3:00 PMForsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin
BCanada vs Nigeria12:30 PMAAMI Park, Melbourne
CCosta Rica vs Spain5:30 PMSky Stadium, Wellington

Saturday, July 22

GroupMatchupTime (AEST)Stadium
CJapan vs Zambia5:00 PMWaikato Stadium, Hamilton
DTBD vs England7:30 PMSuncorp Stadium, Brisbane
DChina vs Denmark10:00 PMHBF Park, Perth
EVietnam vs USA11:00 AMEden Park, Auckland

Sunday, July 23

GroupMatchupTime (AEST)Stadium
ETBD vs Netherlands5:30 PMForsyth Barr Stadium Dunedin
FJamaica vs France8:00 PMAllianz Stadium, Sydney
GSouth Africa vs Sweden3:00 PMSky Stadium, Wellington

Monday, July 24

GroupMatchupTime (AEST)Stadium
FTBD vs Brazil9:00 PMHindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide
GItaly vs Argentina4:00 PMEden Park, Auckland
HMorocco vs Germany6:30 PMAAMI Park, Melbourne

Tuesday, July 25

GroupMatchupTime (AEST)Stadium
APhilippines vs New Zealand3:30 PMWellington Regional Stadium
ANorway vs Switzerland6:00 PMWaikato Stadium, Hamilton
HSouth Korea vs Colombia12:00 PMAllianz Stadium, Sydney

Wednesday, July 26

GroupMatchupTime (AEST)Stadium
BIreland vs Canada10:00 PMHBF Park, Perth
CCosta Rica vs Japan3:00 PMForsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin
CZambia vs Spain5:30 PMEden Park, Auckland

Thursday, July 27

GroupMatchupTime (AEST)Stadium
BNigeria vs Australia8:00 PMSuncorp Stadium, Brisbane
ENetherlands vs USA11:00 AMSky Stadium, Wellington
EVietnam vs TBD5:30 PMWaikato Stadium, Hamilton

Friday, July 28

GroupMatchupTime (AEST)Stadium
DDenmark vs England6:30 PMAllianz Stadium, Sydney
DTBD vs China vs9:00 PMHindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide
GSouth Africa vs Argentina10:00 AMForsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin

Saturday, July 29

GroupMatchupTime (AEST)Stadium
FBrazil vs France vs8:00 PMSuncorp Location, Brisbane
FJamaica vs TBD vs10:30 PMHBF Park, Perth
GItaly vs Sweden5:30 PMSky Stadium, Wellington

Sunday, July 30

GroupMatchupTime (AEST)Stadium
ANew Zealand vs Switzerland5:00 PMForsyth Barr Stadium
APhilippines vs Norway5:00 PMEden Park, Auckland
HMorocco vs South Korea2:30 PMHindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide
HColombia vs Germany7:30 PMAllianz Stadium, Sydney

Monday, July 31

GroupMatchupTime (AEST)Stadium
BAustralia vs Canada8:00 PMAAMI Park, Melbourne
BNigeria vs Ireland8:00 PMSuncorp Stadium, Brisbane
CSpain vs Japan5:00 PMSky Stadium, Wellington
CZambia vs Costa Rica5:30 PMWaikato Stadium, Hamilton

Tuesday, August 1

GroupMatchupTime (AEST)Stadium
DEngland vs China9:00 PMHindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide
DDenmark vs TBD9:00 PMHBF Park, Perth
EUSA vs TBD5:00 PMEden Park, Auckland
ENetherlands vs Vietnam5:00 PMForsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin

Wednesday, August 2

GroupMatchupTime (AEST)Stadium
FFrance vs TBD8:00 PMAllianz Stadium, Sydney
FBrazil vs Jamaica8:00 PMAAMI Park, Melbourne
GSweden vs Argentina5:00 PMWaikato Stadium, Hamilton
GItaly vs South Africa5:00 PMSky Stadium, Wellington

Thursday, August 3

GroupMatchupTime (AEST)Stadium
HGermany vs South Korea8:00 PMSuncorp Stadium, Brisbane
HColombia vs Morocco8:00 PMHBF Park, Perth

2023 Women’s World Cup Round of 16 TV Schedule

Saturday, August 5, 2023

MatchupTime (AEST)Stadium
1A vs 2C3:00 PMEden Park, Auckland
1C vs 2A6:00 PMSky Stadium, Wellington

Sunday, August 6

MatchupTime (AEST)Stadium
1E vs 2G12:00 PMAllianz Stadium, Sydney
1G vs 2E7:00 PMAAMI Park, Melbourne

Monday, August 7

MatchupTime (AEST)Stadium
1D vs 2B5:30 PMSuncorp Stadium, Brisbane
1B vs 2D8:30 PMAccor Stadium, Australia

Tuesday, August 8

MatchupTime (AEST)Location
1H vs 2F6:00 PMAAMI Park, Melbourne
1F vs 2H9:00 PMHindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide

2023 Women’s World Cup Quarterfinals TV Schedule

Friday, August 11, 2023

MatchupTime (AEST)Stadium
TBD11:00 AMSky Stadium, Wellington
TBD5:30 PMEden Park, Auckland

Saturday, August 12

MatchupTime (AEST)Stadium
TBD5:00 PMSuncorp Stadium, Brisbane
TBD8:30 PMAccor Stadium, Australia

Semifinal game schedule

The 2023 Women’s World Cup Semi-finals match starts on August 15-16. The First semi-finals game will be played at Eden Park stadium in Auckland at 6:00 PM (AEST). And another semi-final will be played Wednesday 16 August at Accor Stadium, Australia at 8:00 PM (AEST).

Third-place game

On Saturday, August 19 2023 at 6: 00 PM (AEST) Third-place game will be played at Suncorp Stadium, Sydney.

Qatar World Cup finals

On Sunday, August 20, 2023 Women’s World Cup ends with the biggy finals match at Accor Stadium, Australia at 8:00 PM AEST.

How to Watch the Women’s World Cup 2023 Without Cable from the USA, Australia, Canada, And the UK?

For most sports fans looking to catch up with every moment of Women’s World Cup 2023, Where to watch live stream the tournament. To watch the game fees charged by cable services or the cheapest alternative way.

If you are staying in the United States, watching every football game saves costs and subscription fees on these cable platforms. This article will help streaming platforms that offer Women’s World Cup 2023 full-season games in the United States.

How to watch from the United States

Fox and Telemundo official broadcast rights for US television. Telemundo provides live sports coverage in (Spanish) language only. Tune Fox and Telemundo streaming the Women’s World Cup 2023 every game without cable in the United States. You can enjoy watching large screens on any device.

How to watch from Australia

The good news for viewers’ access to all 64 matches is Optus Sport, and Seven Network will be the official broadcast rights for Australia. SBS provides exclusive live-stream broadcasts of football’s biggest competition, the Women’s World Cup 2023 live streaming service.

How to watch from the United Kingdom

If you are living in the UK, Few platforms are authorized to show Women’s World Cup 2023 games are not properly live. Anyway, the most available and cheapest option is BBC and ITV live in the United Kingdom. The BBC and ITV is the most popular live stream platform in the United Kingdom, It offers registered users a range of streaming services, from TV Shows to Sports events. Your account is open, you can simply connect to the devices search icon to find the Women’s World Cup football games that you would like to watch and stream.

How to watch from Canada

If you are in Canada. Do not miss any moment of the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup action. TSN Bell Media will be the official broadcast right for Canada. GO TSN platform and streaming. The official FIFA Youtube channel provides live coverage Worldwide.

Mobile Phones: iPhone, iPad, Android, Tablets.

Television: Samsung Smart TV*, Apple TV, Xbox One, and Chromecast.

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