Women’s World Cup live: Who will broadcast the matches on July 21, 2023?
An overview of which Women–World Cup matches today on which channel will it be broadcast:
- 4.30 a.m. – 6.30 a.m. live at the ZDF media library: preliminary round, group B: Nigeria – Canada, Final score: 0:0
- 07:00 – 09:00 live on ZDF and the ZDF media library: preliminary round, group A: Philippines – Switzerland, Final score: 0:2
- 9.30 a.m. – 11.30 a.m. live on ZDF and the ZDF media library: preliminary round, group C: Spain – Costa Rica, Final result: 3:0
Successful World Cup start for Switzerland – Canada disappointed
Switzerland jubilant, Canada disappointed: While former DFB player and current Switzerland coach Grings celebrated a successful World Cup start with a 2-0 win over the Philippines, Canadian soccer icon Christine Sinclair became a tragic figure when she missed a penalty in the 0-0 win over Nigeria. Former Germany international Grings gave Switzerland their first win since taking charge in January. Since then, they had only been able to post five draws and one defeat in six friendlies.
For the Canadians, captain Sinclair got the winning start on foot, but the 40-year-old missed a penalty in the 50th minute. The striker, who is playing her last World Cup in Australia and New Zealand, won the penalty herself but was denied by Nigerian goalkeeper Chiamaka Nnadozie.
Women’s World Cup 2023: summaries and re-live
For those unable to watch the matches live early in the morning, the matches will be available in full in the ARD media library anytime later on ARD broadcast days. You will also find summaries of all 64 World Cup matches in the media library, on sportschau.de and in the Sportschau app. Due to the time difference, ZDF is also displaying game highlights in summaries of its current programs and our online portals.
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