World Cup 2023 TV Schedule and Broadcasting Rights

64 Football matches are set to fight against each other in the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 which will be starting from July to August months. The 9th edition of the women’s football world cup is fixtured on Jul 20 to Aug 20. Here we have listed FIFA World Cup 2023 on what TV channels by country, how to watch, and more.

World Cup 2023 key dates

  • Group stage: July 20 to August 3
  • Round of 16: August 5-8
  • Quarter-finals: August 11-12
  • Semi-finals: August 15-16
  • Final: August 20

How many venues for World Cup 2023:

Australia set up six venuses and New Zealand are set up four venues for the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 big soccer competitions.

  1. Brisbane Stadium
  2. Hindmarsh Stadium
  3. AAMI Park Stadium
  4. HBF Park Stadium
  5. Stadium Australia
  6. Allianz Stadium
  7. Forsyth Barr Stadium
  8. FMG Stadium Waikato
  9. Eden Park Stadium
  10. Wellington Regional Stadium

What TV channel in the United States?

Fox and Telemundo have broadcasting rights for the entire FIFA World Cup 2023 in the United States. U.S. fans can visit the Fox Sports website or download the Fox Sports app via mobile then login and get started.

What channel in the UK, or France?

BBC and ITV will broadcast the Women’s World Cup 2023 matches in the UK. TF1, La 1ere, Canal+ covers France.

How to watch from India?

If you want to watch live in India, subscribe to Viacom18 and watch the entire event live.

When is the 2023 FIFA World Cup final, and how to watch it?

The 2023 World Cup Final is scheduled to be held in Qatar at 10 am ET on Sunday, December 18 at Lusail Iconic Stadium, Lusail, Qatar. ITV and BBC will carry the game in UK and FOX Sports in the United States.

FIFA World Cup 2023 Broadcasting Rights

We are including the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup Broadcasting Rights by the country. How to watch the Women’s World Cup 2023 live stream your country’s local TV network.

CountryRights holderCountryRights holder
United StatesFox, TelemundoAustriaORF, Servus TV
United KingdomBBC, ITVIndiaViacom18
AustraliaOptus Sport, Seven NetworkPakistanARY Digital Network
New ZealandPrime, Sky SportBangladeshT Sports
CanadaCTV, TSN, RDS, Bell MediaChileChilevision, Canal 13
GermanyARD, ZDF, Deutsche TelekomDenmarkViaplay Group, DR, TV 2
ItalyRAI, Sky SportEuropeEBU
FranceTF1, La 1ere, Canal+JapanTV Asahi, Fuji TV
NHK, J Sports.
MexicoSky Televisa, TV AztecaNorth KoreaKBS, SBS, MBC
SwitzerlandSRG SSRBelarusBeltele Radio
BrazilTV Globo, SporTVBelgiumRTBF, VRT
ArgentinaTVP, TyC SportsColombiaCaracol Television
Canal RCN
MENAbeIN SportsCroatiaHRT
NetherlandsNOSCzech RepublicCT, TV Nova
SwedenViaplay Group, SVT, TV4Latin AmericaVrio Corp
ChinaCCTV, MiguSouth AfricaSABC, SuperSport
SpainRTVE, Mediapro, Movistar Plus+, GOL PLAYEcuadorTeleamazonas
BulgariaBNT, NovaEstoniaERR
Costa RicaTeletica, ReporterEl SalvadorTCS
PhilippinesTAP DMVGreeceANT1
QatarbeIN SportsHondurasTVC
GhanaGBCIvory CoastNCI
FinlandNENT, YLE, MTV3IrelandRTE, TG4
MoroccobeIN SportsIcelandNENT, RUV
SingaporeMediacorp, Singtel, StarHubPolandNENT, TVP
South KoreaKBS, MBCUruguayTyC Sports, Teledoce
LatviaLTVMalaysiaAstro RTM
Puerto RicoFox, TelemundoNamibiaNBC
PortugalRTP, SIC, Sport TV, TVINorwayViaplay Group, NRK
TV 2
Pacific IslandsDigicelMaltaPBS
NepalMedia HubMoldovaTRM
Papua New GuineaNBC TVNigeriaSuperSport
PeruLatina TelevisiónAlbaniaRTSH