BBC and ITV announce TV schedule for Women’s World Cup 2023

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The BBC and ITV today announced their TV schedule for the 2023 Women’s World Cup.

The quadrennial international women’s association football championship will be jointly hosted by Australia and New Zealand from the 20th July to 20th August 2023.

The tournament kicks-off on the BBC, with live coverage of host nation New Zealand facing Norway in Auckland at 8.00am on 20th July.

The TV fixture split between the BBC and ITV is posted below, but with first pick of the Round of 16 stage, the BBC will broadcast live coverage of England’s first knockout game if they make it past the group stages.

The BBC will be the only place to watch both World Cup Semi-Finals, while the final will be broadcast by both the BBC and ITV.

TV Schedule

20th July 2023

New Zealand v Norway – 8.00am – BBC

Australia v Republic of Ireland – 11.00am – ITV

21st July 2023

Nigeria v Canada – 3.30am – BBC

Philippines v Switzerland – 6.00am – ITV

Spain v Costa Rica – 8.30am – BBC

22nd July 2023

USA v Vietnam – 2.00am – BBC

Zambia v Japan – 8.00am – BBC

England v Haiti – 10.30am – BBC

Denmark v China – 1.00pm – BBC

23rd July 2023

Sweden v South Africa – 6.00am – BBC

Netherlands v Portugal – 8.30am – BBC

France v Jamaica – 11.00am – ITV

24th July 2023

Italy v Argentina – 7.00am – ITV

Germany v Morocco – 9.30am – ITV

Brazil v Panama – 12.00pm – BBC

25th July 2023

Colombia v South Korea – 3.00am – BBC

New Zealand v Philippines – 6.30am – ITV

Switzerland v Norway – 9.00am – ITV

26th July 2023

Japan v Costa Rica – 6.00am – ITV

Spain v Zambia – 8.30am – BBC

Canada v Republic of Ireland – 1.00pm – ITV

27th July 2023

USA v Netherlands – 2.00am – BBC

Portugal v Vietnam – 8.30am – ITV

Australia v Nigeria – 11.00am – BBC

28th July 2023

Argentina v South Africa – 1.00am – ITV

England v Denmark – 9.30am – BBC

China v Haiti – 12.00am – ITV

29th July 2023

Sweden v Italy – 8.30am – BBC

France v Brazil – 11.00am – BBC

Panama v Jamaica – 1.30pm – ITV

30th July 2023

South Korea v Morocco – 5.30am – BBC

Norway v Philippines – 8.00am – BBC

Switzerland v New Zealand – 8.00am – BBC

Germany v Colombia – 10.30am – ITV

31st July 2023

Japan v Spain – 8.00am – ITV

Costa Rica v Zambia – 8.00am – ITV

Republic of Ireland v Nigeria – 11.00am – BBC

Canada v Australia – 11.00am – BBC

1st August 2023

Vietnam v Netherlands – 8.00am – ITV

Portugal v USA – 8.00am – ITV

China v England – 12.00pm – ITV

Haiti v Denmark – 12.00pm – ITV

2nd August 2023

Argentina v Sweden – 8.00am – BBC

South Africa v Italy – 8.00am – BBC

Panama v France – 11.00am – ITV

Jamaica v Brazil – 11.00am – ITV

3rd August 2023

Morocco v Colombia – 11.00am – BBC

South Korea v Germany – 11.00am – BBC

Posted by Johnnie Larkin on Friday 23 June 2023
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