FIFA women’s world cup is around the corner, the Sportsrush bring you the full schedule of the event with details of the telecast and streaming.
The most anticipated football tournament this summer is around the corner with Women’s world cup starting in less than three days in France.
There are 24 nations from six confederations, who will participate in this extravaganza with Europe having the most number of participants. Meanwhile, Chile, Jamaica, South Africa and Scotland will make their World Cup debuts.
The teams are ties in six groups, with four teams in each group. The first and second placed team will get straight qualification to the next round. Whereas, among the third placed teams across all the groups, four teams with the highest points will progress to the pre-quarterfinal.
Now, the Sportsrush present the details of the schedule of the event.
The tournament will start on the 7th June, and the group stages will continue until 21st June. The round of 16 fixtures will begin from June 22 and last until June 25.
After a day’s break, the quarterfinal will start on June 27; the semifinals will be held on July 2 and 3. The third place playoff will be played on July 6.
The final will be played in Lyon on July 7 at the 59,186-seater Parc Olympique Lyonnais stadium.
Women's World Cup Schedule for those interested.. pic.twitter.com/DETlQ21oeb
— Mikey ⚪ (@Mikey_NNG) May 26, 2019
Telecast and Streaming
The telecast of Women’s World Cup in India will be on Sony Pictures network. The matches will be live streamed on the Sony Liv app.
Twitter reactions to Women’s World Cup
FOUR DAYS until the FIFA Women's World Cup!
— FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) June 3, 2019
Ahead of the FIFA Women's World Cup this summer, Nike's new ad 'Dream Further' features global soccer stars alongside 10-year-old Makena Cook.
Are you ready? ⚽️pic.twitter.com/mnmenF8hVg
— Front Office Sports (@frntofficesport) June 3, 2019
We are proud to present our Review film of the FIFA Women’s World Cup Trophy Tour!
Produced/Directed for FIFA, for the Women’s World Cup.
🎥🇫🇷 🚆 😎🏆💪🏻
Thanks to a class-A team. 🤩
(Watch the longer version on YouTube!)#FIFAWWC #TrophyTour #Francepic.twitter.com/dAUEGjMEQS
— Paris London Productions (@ParisLondonProd) June 4, 2019
While @tabcomau brings the excitement of the FIFA Women’s World Cup to customers, we’re sending an employee & their mate to France to experience it for themselves! We can't wait to see the video entries in our biggest employee competition ever! #CreateAwesomeMoments @KristenFahd pic.twitter.com/WkdAMxnyGH
— Tabcorp (@Tabcorp) June 4, 2019
4 years ago, Cameroon was THE surprise of the FIFA Women's World Cup. What can they do for an encore?
Here's all you need to know about the Indomitable Lionesses. 🇨🇲 pic.twitter.com/QeCx7an6ln
— FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) June 2, 2019
Our very own La Lanterna ladies are ready to take on the beautiful game. 🥅⚽️ Will they triumph as FIFA Women's World Cup champions? #FIFAWWC
COMING SOON… pic.twitter.com/TB7uyxYsvj
— La Lanterna West End (@lalanternawest) June 3, 2019
SIX DAYS until the FIFA Women's World Cup! 🌍🏆
Moment No. 6️⃣: Marta and Brazil hand the USWNT their worst-ever loss at a major tournament, with Hope Solo watching from the bench. 👀 pic.twitter.com/BcJAqjxMSn
— FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) June 1, 2019
— Julie Casanova (@JulzCasanova) June 4, 2019
There are not many moments in your career that you get to play a small (tiny) role in a truly different impactful creative. '…Change the future they see…' Every Australian School Kid gets to stream the FIFA Women's World Cup without charge only on @OptusSport pic.twitter.com/a3FnikZxlA
— Clive Dickens (@clivedickens) May 31, 2019
— FOX26Houston (@FOX26Houston) June 3, 2019