NOS has acquired the broadcast rights for the Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand scheduled for 2023. This means that the European Championship 2022 (England) and World Cup 2023 (Australia and New Zealand) can be watched live on NOS, on public radio.
NOS broadcasts one World Cup match live each day from the 2023 World Cup. This also includes all matches of Orange (when placed) as well as the semi-finals and final.
“As the Orange Women perform, the major tournaments become true superhero events with the matches being collectively testedNOS Sport Editor-in-Chief Martin Nutter said in a press release.So it is very good that not only all the qualifying matches and the upcoming European Championship can be watched on public broadcasters, but also the 2023 World Cup.“
The Orange woman is currently ranked first in the qualifying group for the 2023 World Cup. The important match against her opponent, the Czech Republic, is on the program on Friday, November 26.
The Women’s World Cup will be held from July 20 to August 20, 2023. It is the first tournament in which 32 countries participate. The Netherlands is the vice world champion, after second place in the France World Cup in 2019.
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