The 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup is set to be the biggest and most exciting women's soccer tournament in history. With 32 teams competing for the title, there will be plenty of action to see. And if you're in Europe, you'll have no shortage of options for watching the games.
Here's a look at the TV channels and frequencies that will be broadcasting the Women's World Cup in Europe:
- BBC One and BBC iPlayer: The BBC will be showing the majority of the games in the UK. You can watch them live on BBC One or on demand on BBC iPlayer.
- ITV1 and ITV4: ITV will also be showing a selection of games. You can watch them live on ITV1 or ITV4.
- Sky Sports: Sky Sports will be showing all of the games in the UK. You can watch them live on Sky Sports Football or on demand on Sky Go.
- Eurosport: Eurosport will be showing a selection of games in Europe. You can watch them live on Eurosport 1 or on demand on Eurosport Player.
- Al Jazeera Sports: Al Jazeera Sports will be showing all of the games in the Middle East and North Africa. You can watch them live on Al Jazeera Sports 1 or on demand on Al Jazeera Sports Online.
These are just a few of the TV channels that will be broadcasting the Women's World Cup in Europe. For a complete list, you can visit the FIFA website.
In addition to TV, you'll also be able to watch the Women's World Cup online. The BBC, ITV, Sky Sports, and Eurosport all offer live streaming services. And if you're outside of Europe, you can watch the games on FIFA's official website.
So whether you're in Europe or not, you'll be able to catch all the action from the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup.