How to watch the Reds at the 2023 Women's World Cup

Monday 10 July 2023 17:19

The 2023 Women’s World Cup is edging closer, with the summer showpiece set to kick off on 20 July.

Manchester United have plenty of interest in the competition, with six Reds named in official squads by their respective nations. 

May Earps, Ella Toone and Katie Zelem have all been selected to represent England, while Vilde Boe Risa is part of Norway’s 23-player squad. Adriana Leon and Jayde Riviere have made Canada’s final group, having initially been named in their provisional squad.

As the Reds descend on Australia and New Zealand this summer, here is how and when you can watch them potentially star for their countries…
Ella Toone has been named in the England squad, alongside Mary Earps and Katie Zelem.

England have been drawn in Group D alongside Denmark, China, and tournament debutants Haiti.

Saturday 22 July: England v Haiti, 10:30 BST

Friday 28 July: England v Denmark, 09:30 BST

Tuesday 1 August: China v England, 12:00 BST

Norway are in Group A with tournament hosts New Zealand, World Cup debutants the Philippines, and Switzerland. 

Thursday 20 July: New Zealand v Norway, 08:00 BST

Tuesday 25 July: Switzerland v Norway, 09:00 BST 

Sunday 30 July: Norway v Philippines, 08:00 BST 

Canada are in Group B with Nigeria, Republic of Ireland, and co-hosts Australia. 

Friday 21 July: Nigeria v Canada, 03:30 BST

Wednesday 26 July: Canada v Republic of Ireland, 13:00 BST

Monday 31 July: Canada v Australia, 11:00 BST 
Jayde Riviere has been named in Canada's squad along with Adriana Leon.

The knockout rounds will commence on Saturday 5 August, beginning with the round of 16, and concluding with the final on Sunday 20 August.

Fans in the UK and Ireland can watch all of the action across the BBC and ITV, with a full list of broadcasters available here.