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At 10. 40pm on Wednesday 19 July, fans can indulge in their World Cup excitement with a special preview programme airing on BBC One. Once the World Cup kicks-off, highlights from all 64 World Cup games will air in regular shows on BBC Three and BBC Two. From 17 July, World Football at the Women’s World Cup will see BBC World Service Sport’s Mani Djazmi, Maz Farookhi and Katie Smith go behind the scenes with all 32 teams in Australia and New Zealand. Airing episodes three times a week, the podcast will cover the global story with the colour, drama, sounds and stories through the voices of the players, coaches, fans and people who are involved in the tournament.
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World Cup 2023 Podcasts and additional programming Available on BBC Sounds, 5 Live’s Football Daily podcast will focus on the World Cup every day from Monday 17 July. The podcast will feature match reaction from Down Under, insight from inside the England camp and the biggest names from the women’s game, including Ellen White, Steph Houghton and Fran Kirby. Also on BBC Sounds, Jill Scott’s Coffee Club will feature a host of Lionesses as you’ve never heard them before. Lucy Bronze, Keira Walsh, Georgia Stanway, Lauren Hemp and England head coach Sarina Wiegman are all guests in the second series of the popular podcast.
co. uk/football and bbc. uk/womensworldcup All 33 BBC live matches are being streamed on iPlayer and the BBC Sport website and app. There are also be shortform highlights of all 64 matches available to watch at full-time. BBC Sport’s industry-leading live match pages have in-play clips for all BBC TV matches, as well as our ever-popular live text commentary. As well as providing audiences with the best live match coverage, highlights, reaction and news, BBC Sport’s digital services are home to an array of ways to engage with the FIFA Women’s World Cup.
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Find out more about what's happening online and across social media during the FIFA Women's World Cup 2023 When is the Women's World Cup 2023 Final? The Women’s World Cup final will take place on Sunday 20 August 2023 - kick-off is at 11am. How to watch England v Spain in the Women's World Cup Final live on TV and BBC iPlayer and listen on radio and BBC Sounds Full coverage of the 2023 Women's World Cup Final begins on BBC One and BBC iPlayer from 9. 45am on Saturday 20 August. Juliette Ferrington presents build-up to the Final from 10am on BBC Radio 5 Live and BBC Sounds.
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Alongside its unrivalled radio commentary, 5 Live Sport will feature regular World Cup programmes and report daily from the England camp. The coverage kicks-off on Monday 17 July with Gabby Logan hosting the Ultimate World Cup Preview show, available on BBC Sounds. Ellen White, Steph Houghton, Fran Kirby and Karen Bardsley will be part of the 5 Live team throughout the tournament. And fans can again have their say with Ellen White joining the 606 team to co-host the UK’s biggest football phone-in.
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Live FIFA Women's World Cup match coverage on TV, BBC iPlayer, Radio, BBC Sounds and BBC Sport Online Throughout the tournament, the BBC has featured games involving many of the world’s greatest sides, including France, Netherlands, Brazil, Australia and World Champions USA. The World Cup Final on Sunday 20 August will be live on BBC One and BBC iPlayer. BBC Radio 5 Live, 5 Sports Extra and BBC Sounds provide live commentary of every England game. 5 Live is covering key matches throughout the tournament, including both semi-finals and the final. Juliette Ferrington, Vicki Sparks and Karen Bardsley are covering England games for 5 Live. FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 coverage is also available on the BBC Sport app for mobile and tablet and online at bbc.
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