France suffered a blow early of their Women’s World Cup marketing campaign as they had been held to a 0-0 draw by a battling Jamaica because the group levels proceed in Australia and New Zealand.
Les Bleues got here into the match beneath new coach Herve Renard after Corrine Diacre’s controversial reign was delivered to an finish simply 4 months earlier than the match. But Renard might solely watch as his facet had been stifled by the relentless urgent of the Reggae Girlz with Khadija ‘Bunny’ Shaw and Drew Spence main the way in which for the underdogs in a deserved goalless draw, regardless of Shaw’s late crimson card for a second reserving.
The Netherlands, runners-up 4 12 months in the past beneath Sarina Wiegman, earlier battled previous World Cup debutants Portugal 1-0 in Group E because of Stefanie van der Gragt’s early header. The Dutch had been defeated by the United States within the 2019 ultimate, and can face the defending champions later within the group stage. The USA started their defence with a 3-0 win towards Vietnam on Saturday.
Elsewhere, England opened their Women’s World Cup marketing campaign with a win however the Lionesses had been pushed all the way in which by Haiti in what was a detailed contest in Brisbane. Georgia Stanway’s retaken penalty within the first half was sufficient to earn England a slender victory, however goalkeeper Mary Earps needed to make a giant cease to guard their lead late on.
Here is every little thing you must learn about easy methods to watch the Women’s World Cup.
How can I watch the Women’s World Cup?
For UK viewers, each sport might be accessible to observe on the BBC and ITV.
For the BBC, there might be reside protection on tv in addition to the BBC Sport web site with reside audio commentary accessible on BBC Radio 5 Live, 5 Sports Extra and the BBC Sounds app.
For ITV, reside protection might be accessible on tv in addition to on-line through ITVX.
At current, the BBC and ITV have solely introduced the schedule for the group levels, though the BBC have stated they are going to broadcast each semi-finals with the ultimate accessible on each channels.
When can I watch England?
England play their first match of the World Cup towards Haiti in Group D on 22 July. The sport begins at 10:30am BST and might be proven on ITV.
On 28 July, England play Denmark with kick-off at 9:30am BST and the sport broadcast on the BBC.
England’s ultimate group-stage fixture is towards China on Tuesday 1 August and might be proven on ITV with the match beginning at 12pm BST.
Should England make it by way of to the spherical of 16, their fixture might be proven reside on the BBC.
Full Group Stage TV Schedule
(All kick-off instances BST )
Thursday 20 July
Group A: New Zealand 1-0 Norway (08:00, Auckland) – BBC One
Group B: Australia 1-0 Republic of Ireland (11:00, Sydney) – ITV 1
Friday 21 July
Group B: Nigeria 0-0 Canada (03:30, Melbourne) – BBC Two
Group A: Philippines 0-2 Switzerland (06:00, Dunedin) – ITV 1
Group C: Spain 3-0 Costa Rica (08:30, Wellington) – BBC Two
Saturday 22 July
Group E: USA 3-0 Vietnam (02:00, Auckland) – BBC One
Group C: Zambia 0-5 Japan (08:00 Hamilton) – BBC Two
Group D: England 1-0 Haiti (10:30, Brisbane) – ITV 1
Group D: Denmark 1-0 China (13:00, Perth) – BBC Two
Sunday 23 July
Group G: Sweden 2-1 South Africa (06:00, Wellington) – BBC Two
Group E: Netherlands 1-0 Portugal (08:30, Dunedin) – BBC One
Group F: France 0-0 Jamaica (11:00, Sydney) – ITV 1
Monday 24 July
Group G: Italy vs Argentina (07:00, Auckland) – ITV 1
Group H: Germany vs Morocco (09:30, Melbourne) – ITV 1
Group F: Brazil vs Panama (12:00, Adelaide) – ITV 1
Tuesday 25 July
Group H: Colombia vs Korea Republic (03:00, Sydney) – BBC
Group A: New Zealand vs Philippines (06:30, Dunedin) – ITV
Group A: Switzerland vs Norway (09:00, Hamilton) – ITV
Wednesday 26 July
Group C: Japan vs Costa Rica (06:00, Dunedin) – ITV
Group C: Spain vs Zambia (08:30, Auckland) – BBC
Group B: Canada vs Republic of Ireland (13:00, Perth) – ITV
Thursday 27 July
Group E: USA vs Netherlands (02:00, Wellington) – BBC
Group E: Portugal vs Vietnam (08:30, Hamilton) – ITV
Group B: Australia vs Nigeria (11:00, Brisbane) – BBC
Friday 28 July
Group G: Argentina vs South Africa (01:00, Dunedin) – ITV
Group D: England vs Denmark (09:30, Sydney) – BBC
Group D: China vs Haiti (12:00, Adelaide) – ITV
Saturday 29 July
Group G: Sweden vs Italy (08:30, Wellington) – BBC
Group F: France vs Brazil (11:00, Brisbane) – BBC
Group F: Panama vs Jamaica (13:30, Perth) – ITV
Sunday 30 July
Group H: Korea Republic vs Morocco (05:30, Adelaide) – BBC
Group A: Norway vs Philippines (08:00, Auckland) – BBC
Group A: Switzerland vs New Zealand (08:00, Dunedin) – BBC
Group H: Germany vs Colombia (10:30, Sydney) – ITV
Monday 31 July
Group C: Costa Rica vs Zambia (08:00, Hamilton) – ITV
Group C: Japan vs Spain (08:00, Wellington) – ITV
Group B: Ireland vs Nigeria (11:00, Brisbane) – BBC
Group B: Canada vs Australia (11:00, Melbourne) – BBC
Tuesday 1 August
Group E: Vietnam vs Netherlands (08:00, Dunedin) – ITV
Group E: Portugal vs USA (08:00, Auckland) – ITV
Group D: Haiti vs Denmark (12:00, Perth) – ITV
Group D: China vs England (12:00, Adelaide) – ITV
Wednesday 2 August
Group G: South Africa vs Italy (08:00, Wellington) – BBC
Group G: Argentina vs Sweden (08:00, Hamilton) – BBC
Group F: Jamaica vs Brazil (11:00, Melbourne) – ITV
Group F: Panama vs France (11:00, Sydney) – ITV
Thursday 3 August
Group H: Korea Republic vs Germany (11:00, Brisbane) – BBC
Group H: Morocco vs Colombia (11:00, Perth) – BBC