The FIFA Women’s World Cup runs from 7 June to 7 July and kicks off in Paris tonight with hosts France taking on Korea Republic in a sold-out Parc des Princes. All 52 matches will be produced in ultra high definition, offering fans the best-quality coverage of the competition.
The event will be covered by 130 Media Rights Licensees (MRLs), and more than 1,300 accredited non-broadcast media, including written press and still image photographers, as well as 5 news agencies and 97 non rights holders, covering 203 territories worldwide. Fans all over the world will be able to watch news coverage – including highlights and interviews – on global news channels such as the BBC World Service, France 24, Deutsche Welle and CNN. You can download the full list of MRLs at France 2019 here.
You can find out where to watch each of the 52 matches live in your territory by visiting the FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019 match schedule. You can get all the latest news, back stories and atmosphere around matches, teams and players on FIFA.com and by following @FIFAWWC on social media.