It’s the launch of the Women’s Football World Cup this Thursday, July 20, 2023. We detail the schedules and channels to watch the matches.

[Updated July 20, 2023 07:03 AM] The Women’s World Cup kicks off today. This Thursday, July 20, two qualifying matches are to be seen on French antennas: the meeting between New Zealand and Norway at 9:00 a.m. on France 2 and that between Australia and the Republic of Ireland at 12:00 p.m. on W9. France’s first match is scheduled for Sunday July 23 at 12 p.m. on M6. Les Bleues will face Jamaica.

The event lasts until August 20, 2023 in Australia. As a result, the broadcast of the matches must adapt to the eight-hour time difference. The France Télévision and M6 groups are responsible for broadcasting the Women’s World Cup in France. Matches will be on from 2 a.m. until the afternoon. Below, we detail the full program and practical information to know before watching the tournament on television.

The FIFA Women’s World Cup takes place in the summer of 2023. The event kicks off on Thursday, July 20. Every day for a month, qualifying matches will be offered before the final stages. The 2023 winner will be announced on Sunday, August 20.

The Women’s Football World Cup is fully accessible free of charge for all holders of DTT channels. Broadcasting is shared by the France Télévision and M6 groups. It is therefore on France 2, France 3, M6 or W9 that the meetings are to be followed live.

The 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup is taking place in Australia. There is therefore a time difference of 8 hours with France. The television broadcasts of the matches will begin, French time, from 2 a.m. to end in the afternoon.

Thursday, July 20

Friday, July 21

Saturday July 22

Sunday July 23

Monday, July 24

Tuesday, July 25

Wednesday, July 26

Thursday, July 27

Friday, July 28

Saturday July 29

Sunday July 30

Monday, July 31

Tuesday, August 1

Wednesday August 2

Thursday August 3

Saturday August 5

Sunday August 6

Monday, August 7

Tuesday, August 8

Friday August 11

Saturday August 12

Tuesday, August 15: Semi-Final 1: 10:00 a.m.

Wednesday, August 16: Semi-final 2: 12:00 p.m.

Saturday 19 August: Small Final, 3rd Place Match (Brisbane): 10:00am on M5 or W9

Sunday August 20: Final (Sydney): 12:00 p.m. on France 2 or France 3