The 2023 Women’s World Cup will be held in Australia and New Zealand from July 20. The Dutch women, or the Oranjeleeuwinnen, are there and compete for the prizes. That way you won’t miss a thing of this summer’s football spectacle.
4 ways to watch the 2023 Women’s World Cup
The 2023 Women’s World Cup can be followed on various channels. We have listed the most logical channels for you.
Everything can be viewed at the NOS via NPO
The easiest way to watch the 2023 Women’s World Cup is via NOS. Most matches are broadcast on NPO 1 or NPO 3.
But you can also follow the matches via the website. In addition to the live registration, the NOS comes with reports from locations, and various analysts join to indicate the matches.
Many matches on the BBC in England
In England, the rights for the 2023 Women’s World Cup are divided between the BBC and ITV, just like the 2022 World Cup.
BBC is in the basic package on channel 111. ITV is not included in the package and therefore you cannot easily watch the matches via that service.
In Belgium mainly via the website
Our southern neighbors failed to qualify for the 2023 Women’s World Cup. Sporza nevertheless has the broadcasting rights to the World Cup. You can watch a number of matches via the channel.
These channels are included in the basic package and can be seen on channels 21 and 22. The majority of the matches are broadcast via the website.
However, there is a limitation: you can only view this with a Belgian IP address. You can get around that with a VPN connection.
The 2023 World Cup will also follow in Germany
The German women’s national group is continuously a contender to perform well at a World Cup.
That is why most matches are broadcast on the German channels ARD and ZDF. They are included in our fundamental bundle on channels 391 and 392.
Watch Women’s World Glass 2023 through TV Anyplace
Do you have got a TV membership? At that point you’ll observe the Women’s World Glass 2023 for complimentary by means of the Anyplace app.
With this app, you’ll be able observe live channels from your channel bundle. This way you’ll be able take after the Women’s World Cup 2023 wherever you are.
Immediately Boundless dates membership, you don’t have to be stress almost your information utilization. This way you’ll appreciate all matches undisturbed.
Schedule of the Orange Lionesses
The Dutch women are placed in Group E. A difficult group, with the United States as the clear favorite to win the World Cup.
But Portugal is also a tough opponent. The last game is against Vietnam. That can just be decisive to get through in the tournament.
|Date||Opponent||Stadium||Time (Dutch time)|
|July 23||Portugal||Dunedin Stadium||9:30 am|
|July 27||United States||Wellington Regional Stadium||3:00 am|
|1 August||Vietnam||Dunedin Stadium||9:00 am|
The 2023 Women’s World Cup schedule
In addition to the three group matches of the Orange Lionesses, there are 61 other matches to enjoy during the 2023 Women’s World Cup.
After the group stage, the knockout stage follows. View the schedule below. The playing times are very variable. So always check in advance what time the match you don’t want to miss takes place.
|Date||Phase||Times of the matches|
|July 20 – July 30||First, two group-stage matches||3:00 am
|July 30 – August 3||Last group stage match||9:00 a.m.
|August 5 – 8||Eighth final||4:00 am
pm 1:00 pm
|August 11 – 12||First, two group stage matches||3:00 a.m.
|December 15 – 16||The 2023 Women’s World Cup final||10 a.m.
|August 19||Consolation final (battle for 3rd and 4th place )||Quarterfinal|
|20th of August||10 am||12.00|
Preview Women’s World Cup 2023
There are no less than 64 matches that you can watch during the Women’s World Cup 2023.
Most of them take place at night or early morning. But luckily you can easily watch missed matches. The level of women’s football has risen considerably in recent years, making the matches wonderful to watch. The best countries compete for the main prize.
And almost all top countries are present. Only Iceland is missing from the top 15 in the FIFA ranking. Everything else is there to shine.
The Orange Lionesses
The Orange Lionesses are seen as outsiders. Qualifying was difficult. The last game against Iceland had to be won to get a ticket for the 2023 Women’s World Cup.
They succeeded with a 1-0 victory in the 93rd minute. In the friendly matches that followed, confidence was not really worked on.
For example, Norway, Austria, and Germany were lost. The last two games were won. The 5-0 victory over Belgium was their last achievement before traveling to New Zealand. The Orange Women play the group matches in that country.
The most important players for the Orange Lionesses are Lieke Martens, Lineth Beerensteyn, and Jackie Groenen. The most striking name that is missing is that of Vivianne Miedema. The top scorer has been injured for a long time.
Who are the favorites?
The Netherlands is an outsider. But who are the real contenders? We list the most important teams.
You can rightfully consider the United States one of the favorites to win the 2023 Women’s World Cup. In 2019, the
American team defeated the Netherlands in the final to take the title. And also in 2015, the team managed to win. The last major defeat of the Americans dates from 2011 when Japan won the world title in the final.
There is one law in football: you always have to take Germany into account. Also with women.
The team has two world and eight European titles to their name. And in 2016 there was another Olympic title. But in recent years, the team missed the prizes.
Preparation is messy. Victories over the United States, the Netherlands, and France were impressive. But just before the World Cup, Zambia lost.
Sweden is a team that can go far. During the European Championship, it lost no chance in the semi-finals to England, but in the period after that, there were a few nice victories.
France and China were defeated. But at the same time, Denmark and Australia also lost. So in that regard, it could go either way.
The England women’s team showed something two years ago that the men just can’t do: winning a title.
They became European champions in 2022. Germany was defeated in extra time in the final. With that title in its pocket, Sarina Wiegman’s team now also wants to go for the world title.
Finally, we still have France as a contender. During the European Championship, the team stranded in the semi-finals with a defeat against Germany.
The team is undefeated this year. There was a draw against Norway, but the rest of the games were won.
There were reasonably good opponents with teams such as Denmark, Canada, and Ireland. Perhaps the team can now go far.
Enjoy the 2023 Women’s World Cup live and on-demand
There is plenty to do during the Women’s World Cup 2023. Enjoy football matches for a month.
You can watch the matches live but also on demand. Handy if you don’t feel like getting up at night for the Netherlands – United States.
With Interactive TV and the TV Anywhere App, you can watch missed matches on-demand. This way you experience the matches as if they were being broadcast live.