NOS has acquired the broadcasting rights for the 2023 Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand. That means the European Championship 2022 (England) and the World Cup 2023 (Australia and New Zealand) will be broadcast live on NOS, publicly.
NOS broadcasts a World Cup match live every day since the 2023 World Cup. This includes all matches in orange (when placed) as well as the semifinals and finals.
“Due to the performance of the Orange women, the big matches have become real super events with a whole lot of experienced matches.Says Morton Noter, Editor-in-Chief of NOS Sport In a press release. “So all the qualifiers and the upcoming European Championship can be watched not only on the public broadcaster, but also on the 2023 World Cup.”
The Orange women are currently top of the qualifying team for the 2023 World Cup. The crucial match against rival Czech Republic will take place on Friday 26 November.
The Women’s World Cup will be held from July 20 to August 20, 2023. This is the first tournament in which 32 countries will participate. After finishing second at the 2019 World Cup in France, the Netherlands is the vice-world champion.
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