2023 Women’s World Cup Schedule Full Fixture
The FIFA Women’s World Cup soccer championship is the most prestigious and popular competition of any other sporting tournament in the world. Australia and New Zealand are elected as host nations for the ninth event from 20 July to 20 August 2023.
FIFA Council has drawn 32 teams into 8 groups and fixed the 2023 World cup matches including start time, date, location, TV channel, groups, and more.
How 2023 FIFA World Cup schedule is made?
Australia and New Zealand are qualified as host nations, the rest of the 30 teams come from six confederations where 207 Fifa members are competing in the qualifying process to clinch the 2023 World Cup seeds.
The association of world football announced key dates for the 9th running of the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup on December 1, 2021, including group matches, the round of 16, quarter-finals, Semi-finals, Third place match, and Final. FOX Sports will host the entire event in the United States.
2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup Important dates:
- Opening Ceremony: Thursday, 20th July 2023.
- First round: 20th July to 3rd August 2023.
- Round of 16: 5th August to 8th August 2023.
- Quarter-finals: 11th August to 12th August 2023.
- Semi-finals: 15th August to 16th August 2023.
- Third-place match: 19th August 2023.
- 9th Women’s Fifa World Cup Final: 20th August 2023.
When is Women’s World Cup 2023?
The tournament is fixed with a monthly timeframe from 20 July to 20 August for the first time in the FIFA Women’s World Cup’s history two nations host 10 venues. Opening games host nation New Zealand plays against Norway at 5:00 PM (AEST)
Where is the Women’s World Cup 2023?
Asian Confederation (Australia) and Oceania Confederation (New Zealand), who hosts the 2023 Fifa Women’s World Cup in 2023. The first match will be played at the Eden Park Stadium in Auckland.
When is the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup final?
According to fifa.com, the 22nd Fifa World Cup 2022 final will take place on Sunday 18 December at Lusail Stadium, and will start at 9:00 pm local time / 10:00 am ET.
How many groups in FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023?
The 32 national teams participated in the 2023 World Cup to play 64 matches which included Eight groups four teams in each group.
2023 Women’s World Cup TV Schedule
Thursday, July 20, 2023
|A||Norway vs New Zealand||5:00 PM||Eden Park Stadium, Auckland|
|B||Ireland vs Australia||8:00 PM||Allianz Stadium, Sydney|
Friday, July 21
|A||Switzerland vs Philippines||3:00 PM||Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin|
|B||Canada vs Nigeria||12:30 PM||AAMI Park, Melbourne|
|C||Costa Rica vs Spain||5:30 PM||Sky Stadium, Wellington|
Saturday, July 22
|C||Japan vs Zambia||5:00 PM||Waikato Stadium, Hamilton|
|D||TBD vs England||7:30 PM||Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane|
|D||China vs Denmark||10:00 PM||HBF Park, Perth|
|E||Vietnam vs USA||11:00 AM||Eden Park, Auckland|
Sunday, July 23
|E||TBD vs Netherlands||5:30 PM||Forsyth Barr Stadium Dunedin|
|F||Jamaica vs France||8:00 PM||Allianz Stadium, Sydney|
|G||South Africa vs Sweden||3:00 PM||Sky Stadium, Wellington|
Monday, July 24
|F||TBD vs Brazil||9:00 PM||Hindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide|
|G||Italy vs Argentina||4:00 PM||Eden Park, Auckland|
|H||Morocco vs Germany||6:30 PM||AAMI Park, Melbourne|
Tuesday, July 25
|A||Philippines vs New Zealand||3:30 PM||Wellington Regional Stadium|
|A||Norway vs Switzerland||6:00 PM||Waikato Stadium, Hamilton|
|H||South Korea vs Colombia||12:00 PM||Allianz Stadium, Sydney|
Wednesday, July 26
|B||Ireland vs Canada||10:00 PM||HBF Park, Perth|
|C||Costa Rica vs Japan||3:00 PM||Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin|
|C||Zambia vs Spain||5:30 PM||Eden Park, Auckland|
Thursday, July 27
|B||Nigeria vs Australia||8:00 PM||Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane|
|E||Netherlands vs USA||11:00 AM||Sky Stadium, Wellington|
|E||Vietnam vs TBD||5:30 PM||Waikato Stadium, Hamilton|
Friday, July 28
|D||Denmark vs England||6:30 PM||Allianz Stadium, Sydney|
|D||TBD vs China vs||9:00 PM||Hindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide|
|G||South Africa vs Argentina||10:00 AM||Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin|
Saturday, July 29
|F||Brazil vs France vs||8:00 PM||Suncorp Location, Brisbane|
|F||Jamaica vs TBD vs||10:30 PM||HBF Park, Perth|
|G||Italy vs Sweden||5:30 PM||Sky Stadium, Wellington|
Sunday, July 30
|A||New Zealand vs Switzerland||5:00 PM||Forsyth Barr Stadium|
|A||Philippines vs Norway||5:00 PM||Eden Park, Auckland|
|H||Morocco vs South Korea||2:30 PM||Hindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide|
|H||Colombia vs Germany||7:30 PM||Allianz Stadium, Sydney|
Monday, July 31
|B||Australia vs Canada||8:00 PM||AAMI Park, Melbourne|
|B||Nigeria vs Ireland||8:00 PM||Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane|
|C||Spain vs Japan||5:00 PM||Sky Stadium, Wellington|
|C||Zambia vs Costa Rica||5:30 PM||Waikato Stadium, Hamilton|
Tuesday, August 1
|D||England vs China||9:00 PM||Hindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide|
|D||Denmark vs TBD||9:00 PM||HBF Park, Perth|
|E||USA vs TBD||5:00 PM||Eden Park, Auckland|
|E||Netherlands vs Vietnam||5:00 PM||Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin|
Wednesday, August 2
|F||France vs TBD||8:00 PM||Allianz Stadium, Sydney|
|F||Brazil vs Jamaica||8:00 PM||AAMI Park, Melbourne|
|G||Sweden vs Argentina||5:00 PM||Waikato Stadium, Hamilton|
|G||Italy vs South Africa||5:00 PM||Sky Stadium, Wellington|
Thursday, August 3
|H||Germany vs South Korea||8:00 PM||Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane|
|H||Colombia vs Morocco||8:00 PM||HBF Park, Perth|
2023 World Cup Round of 16 TV Schedule
Saturday, August 5, 2023
|1A vs 2C||3:00 PM||Eden Park, Auckland|
|1C vs 2A||6:00 PM||Sky Stadium, Wellington|
Sunday, August 6
|1E vs 2G||12:00 PM||Allianz Stadium, Sydney|
|1G vs 2E||7:00 PM||AAMI Park, Melbourne|
Monday, August 7
|1D vs 2B||5:30 PM||Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane|
|1B vs 2D||8:30 PM||Accor Stadium, Australia|
Tuesday, August 8
|1H vs 2F||6:00 PM||AAMI Park, Melbourne|
|1F vs 2H||9:00 PM||Hindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide|
2023 Women’s World Cup Quarterfinals TV Schedule
Friday, August 11, 2023
|TBD||11:00 AM||Sky Stadium, Wellington|
|TBD||5:30 PM||Eden Park, Auckland|
Saturday, August 12
|TBD||5:00 PM||Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane|
|TBD||8:30 PM||Accor Stadium, Australia|
2023 AU and NZ Women’s World Cup Semi-finals TV Schedule
|Tuesday, August 15||TBD||6:00 PM||Eden Park, Auckland|
|Wednesday, Aug. 16||TBD||8:00 PM||Accor Stadium, Australia|
Third-place game TV Schedule
|Saturday, August. 19||Semi-final losser||6:00 PM||Suncorp Stadium, Sydney|
2023 World Cup Final TV Schedule
|Sunday, August. 20||Semi-final winner||8:00 PM||Accor Stadium, Australia|
How to Live Stream FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023?
You can live stream the 2023 FIFA World Cup on FuboTV, Peacock, SlingTV, and Vidgo.
FuboTV: USA sports fans can enjoy all the matches of the World Cup 2023 on FuboTV. Select matches that connect Fox and FS1 with FuboTV 4K HD. Viewers can pay monthly costs of $69.99 for the Pro plan, including 120 channels. This TV streaming service supports Roku, Android TV, and Amazon Fire TV.
Peacock TV: Peacock is the best tv streaming service in the sports world. Peacock Live broadcasts every match in Spanish-language and also offers the first 12 matches on a free trial and the last 52 matches also live stream on a premium subscription. $4.99 pay for premium subscribers per month.
SlingTV: Sling TV is the top-rated TV streaming service in the United States. Which includes beIN Sports, FOX, ESPN, and more, on Sling TV. Viewers can pay for the Blue package costs$35 in a month. And also have a 7-day free trial here.
Vidgo: Fans pay costs $59.95 per month for Vidgo Plus Package in the 110+ live channels. Which Includes FS1, ESPN, TUDN, and FOX. Sports viewers also live stream here every match of the FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar.
2023 Women’s World Cup broadcasting rights in your country?
Find here how to watch every match of the 2023 World Cup in Qatar. FIFA World Cup 2022 broadcasting rights in your country are below.
|Country||Rights holder||Country||Rights holder|
|United States||Fox, Telemundo||Austria||ORF, Servus TV|
|United Kingdom||BBC, ITV||India||Viacom18|
|Australia||Optus Sport, Seven Network||Pakistan||ARY Digital Network|
|New Zealand||Prime, Sky Sport||Bangladesh||T Sports|
|Canada||CTV, TSN, RDS, Bell Media||Chile||Chilevision, Canal 13|
|Germany||ARD, ZDF, Deutsche Telekom||Denmark||Viaplay Group, DR, TV 2|
|Italy||RAI, Sky Sport||Europe||EBU|
|France||TF1, La 1ere, Canal+||Japan||TV Asahi, Fuji TV|
NHK, J Sports.
|Mexico||Sky Televisa, TV Azteca||North Korea||KBS, SBS, MBC|
|Switzerland||SRG SSR||Belarus||Beltele Radio|
|Brazil||TV Globo, SporTV||Belgium||RTBF, VRT|
|Argentina||TVP, TyC Sports||Colombia||Caracol Television|
|Netherlands||NOS||Czech Republic||CT, TV Nova|
|Sweden||Viaplay Group, SVT, TV4||Latin America||Vrio Corp|
|China||CCTV, Migu||South Africa||SABC, SuperSport|
|Spain||RTVE, Mediapro, Movistar Plus+, GOL PLAY||Ecuador||Teleamazonas|
|Costa Rica||Teletica, Repretel||El Salvador||TCS|
|Central Asia||Saran Media||Guatemala||TV Azteca, Tigo Sports|
|Finland||NENT, YLE, MTV3||Ireland||RTE, TG4|
|Morocco||beIN Sports||Iceland||NENT, RUV|
|Singapore||Mediacorp, Singtel, StarHub||Poland||NENT, TVP|
|South Korea||KBS, MBC||Uruguay||TyC Sports, Teledoce|
Canal 4, Canal 10 ANTEL
|Puerto Rico||Fox, Telemundo||Namibia||NBC|
|Portugal||RTP, SIC, Sport TV, TVI||Norway||Viaplay Group, NRK|
|Paraguay||SNT, Telefuturo, Trece, Tigo Sports||Monaco||TF1|
|Papua New Guinea||NBC TV||Nigeria||SuperSport|