In summer, FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 will be commence from tomorrow June 7th-July. Many people from America, Canada, UK, Germany, Africa, Asia, Australia and other countries will be looking for where to watch 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup.
Brief History Of Women’s World Cup
Do you know that? The first FIFA Women’s World Cup was began in 1991 held in China and United State is the first country to win the title since its inauguration as FIFA Women’s World Cup Championship.
United State Of America won the title for the third time last Women’s Wold Cup tournament held in Canada 2015 followed by Germany with consecutive double between 2003 and 2007.
France won the race to host 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup in march 9, 2015 following several bids from different countries. Most of the countries withdrawn their interest which left with South Korea and France. Later France won it by vote made by the FIFA Executives. Hence France is the only country to host both Men’s And FIFA Women’s World Cup, Having host the men’s in 1938 and 1998.
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The following countries will be participates in the 2019 FIFA Women’s Wold Cup tournament such as France, United States, Norway, South Korea, China, Italy, New Zealand, Germany, England, Thailand, Argentina, Chile, Nigeria, Cameroon, South Africa, Canada, Australia, Netherlands, Japan, Sweden, Brazil, Spain, Scotland and Jamaica will participate in this year’s tournament. To follow up the schedule and fixture.
The following venues will be used for the tournament including the capacity i.e the amount of spectators each venue can accommodates.
- Stade de lyon (Lyon) with 59,183 Capacities
- Parc de Princes (Paris) with 48,583 Capacities
- Stade de Nice (Nice) with 35,624 Capacities
- Stade de la Mosson (Montpellier) with 32,900 Capacities
- Roazhon Park (Rennes) with 29,164 Capacities
- Stade Oceane (le Havre) with 25,178 Capacities
- Stade du Hainaut (Valenciennes) with 25,172 Capacities
- Auguste-Delaune (Reims) with 21,127 Capacities
- Stade des Alpes (Grenoble) with 20,068 Capacities
How To Watch 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup
FS Sport 1 will telecast the match in United State in English joining ESPN for match preview and half-time analysis. In Canada, TSN, CTV, RDS will show the matches. AFN Network has been confirmed too
In Sub-Sahara Africa, Supersport 4, Supersport Select 2 channels from DSTV Africa will do justice the game and also Sport Premium HD, World Sport from StarTimes. North Africa, Bein Media hold the TV right to show the match while Asian countries can catch the show live on Sony ESPN and Sony Live. Optus Sport is available for Australian.
For those that wish to watch 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup on the go via streaming services can subscribe to MYHD IPTV or download Free IPTV App to watch all the games.
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There’s no excuse for you to miss this forthcoming great event this summer as the 2019 Women’s World Cup will be kick off in the capital city of France at Stade de lyon tomorrow Night between the host and South Korea. Whether you are at home with your family and friends or you are on the move, You can watch 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup anywhere via the satellite TV and Streaming Services.