How to watch FIFA Women’s World Cup for free in Australia
Great news for Australian soccer fans: Australia’s Seven network will have free live streams of every Australia Women’s World Cup match via the 7plus app! In total, 15 key matches—including the opening match, quarterfinals, semi-finals, and the final—will be broadcast live and free on Seven and 7plus. Just note that you’ll need a valid Australian postcode to create a 7plus account (e.g., 2000 or 3001).
Simply follow these instructions to safely and securely live stream Women’s World Cup matches on 7plus.
- Get ExpressVPN.
- Connect to a server location in Australia.
- Sign up at 7plus. You may need to provide an Australian postcode like 2001 or 3001.
- Check the schedule and start streaming on the 7mate channel!
Additionally, the BBC and ITVX will air every World Cup match for free (with English commentary). Please note that you may need a UK postcode (e.g., KT6 4EU, NW5 2HR) to successfully stream the Women’s World Cup!
Australia’s Seven network will have free live streams of the Women’s World Cup via the 7plus app! Fifteen key matches—including the opening match, quarterfinals, semi-finals and the final—will be broadcast live and free on Seven and 7plus. You can also catch cricket, AFL, and even select NFL games on 7plus! Just note that you’ll need a valid Australian postcode to create a 7plus account (e.g., 2000 or 3001).
If you’re tuning in from the UK, the BBC will be showing Women’s World Cup streams online for free via its BBC iPlayer streaming service. The BBC will also air the World Cup final on August 20. Please note that you may need a UK postcode (e.g., KT6 4EU, NW5 2HR) to successfully stream the Women’s World Cup!
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ITX (formerly ITV Hub) offers both on-demand content and live events, including free Women’s World Cup streams. Check the schedule before tuning in to the matches. Like the BBC, ITV is expected to show the other half of World Cup matches in the UK and offer a free simulcast of the final.
RTÉ and TG4
Country: Republic of Ireland
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The Austrian service ORF will offer free streams of the Women’s World Cup. ORF offers free online streaming services with hundreds of hours of German-language Austrian content, and it’s also a reliable source for MotoGP, F1, and several cycling events!
The Belgian channel RTBF will air the Women’s World Cup. To stream, just connect to its free online streaming platform, Auvio. RTBF is a fantastic channel for sports fans, as it also offers free live streams of Formula 1, cycling, and more.
France TV and 6play
The Brazilian streaming platform Globoplay offers free streaming of World Cup matches in Portuguese.
You can follow the Women’s World Cup on RaiPlay. You can watch via your browser or through its apps for iOS and Android. RaiPlay will offer 15 World Cup matches, including the Azzurri matches, the opening match, the two semi-finals, and the final.
Good news for soccer fans in the Netherlands: you can stream the Women’s World Cup for free on the national broadcaster, NOS. NOS will show twenty-five matches of the tournament, including the opening match, any Dutch national team matches and the key matches of the knock-out stage on its leading NPO channels.
Norwegian public-service broadcaster NRK TV will offer free coverage of select Women’s World Cup matches shown with Norwegian commentary.
Spanish broadcaster RTVE will broadcast the Women’s World Cup. RTVE is free and includes both local and international content. RTVE will broadcast the 25 main matches of the tournament (one per competition day) and all matches played by the Spanish National Team, meaning you can catch 15 group stage matches (including the opening match), four round of 16 matches, two quarterfinal matches, the two semifinal matches, the match for third place, and the final match, in addition to the opening and closing ceremonies all for free!
FAQ: About the 2023 Australia Women’s World Cup team
When did Australia’s women’s soccer team last win the World Cup?
Australia’s women’s soccer team has never won the World Cup. Will their luck change in 2023?
How many times has Australia’s women’s soccer team won the World Cup?
Not only is Australia’s women’s soccer team still yet to win the World Cup, but they’ve never even advanced beyond the quarterfinals!
How many times has Australia’s women’s soccer team been in the World Cup?
Counting the 2023 tournament, Australia’s women’s soccer team has qualified for the World Cup eight times. The Matildas last missed out in 1991.
How successful is Australia’s women’s soccer team?
Australia enters the 2023 Women’s World Cup having never won the World Cup and having placed as high as fourth in the Summer Olympics (2020). Perhaps their luck will change this summer, especially with Sam Kerr and Steph Catley suiting up once again!
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