2023 Fifa Women's World Cup fixture list
With the tournament set to kick off in less than a month, ITV and the BBC have announced the match schedule for the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup.
All 64 matches from the tournament, set in Australia and New Zealand, which starts in Auckland on July 20, will be broadcast in the UK on either ITV or the BBC, except for the Final, which will be shown across both ITV1 and BBC1.
ITV will show coverage of half of the tournament’s matches across ITV1 and ITV4 with simulcast and catchup on ITVX. Match highlights will also be on ITVX as well as ITV's social media platforms.
Because of the tournament’s location in the southern hemisphere, kick-off times will be early with three quarters of matches beginning between 8am and midday UK time.
ITV will show two of England’s Group stage games - their first match against Haiti and final group game versus China. On the opening day of the tournament, ITV will show coverage of Republic of Ireland taking on co-hosts Australia. ITV will also show Canada v Ireland in the Group stage.
ITV’s Group stage coverage will also include Portugal’s clash with World Cup holders, and the nation ranked number one in FIFA’s rankings, USA, as well as number two ranked Germany’s matches against Columbia and Morocco. Other matches involving top ranked nations to be shown on ITV include France v Jamaica, Brazil v Panama and Vietnam v Netherlands.
ITV has first and second choice of the Quarter-final round. and will show the third place play-off as well as the Final.
Kick off times are all UK BST times
Thursday 3 August:
Morocco v Colombia - 11am - BBC
Korea Republic v Germany - 11am - BBC
Saturday 5 August:
Switzerland v Spain - 6am - BBC
Japan v Norway - 9am - ITV
Sunday 6 August:
Netherlands v South Africa - 3am - BBC
Sweden v USA - 10am - ITV
Monday 7 August:
England v Nigeria - 8:30am - BBC
Australia v Denmark - 11:30am - BBC
Tuesday 8 August:
Colombia v Jamaica - 9am - ITV
France v Morocco - midday - BBC