If you can’t get to Dunedin’s Forsyth Barr Stadium for Sunday’s game between New Zealand and Switzerland at the FIFA Women’s World Cup, you can watch the match live on free-to-air or pay channel television.
Broadcast coverage from the stadium starts from 6.30pm, half an hour before kick-off.
Game to be played on Sunday July 30, 2023
New Zealand v Switzerland
Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin, 7pm
Here’s how and when you can watch the game:
The match will be broadcast free-to-air by Prime TV, with coverage starting at 6.30pm and ending at 9.30pm.
A one-hour highlights package including the best moments of this game will be broadcast by Prime at 9am on Monday.
Subscriber-only channel Sky Sport 1 will broadcast the match live with coverage from 6.30pm till 9.30pm.
The channel will broadcast a full replay of the game on Sky Sport 3 at 7am on Monday.
Sky Sport 3 will broadcast the night’s other game from Group A, between Norway and the Philippines, with coverage from 6.45pm to 9.15pm.
Pacific Islands coverage
Live coverage of matches is being distributed to 24 free-to-air broadcasters in the Pacific Islands, thanks to a deal struck between FIFA and an Auckland-based content distributor.
The 64 matches are forecast to be watched by between 1.8 billion and 2 billion viewers globally, compared to 1.12 billion who watched the 2019 tournament from Paris.
Sky Sport Now’s package
Sky Sport Now offers a streaming package for those who want to watch any or all of the 64 World Cup matches, either live or on demand.
The subscription is $34.99.
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