How to watch the Women’s Cricket World Cup 2022

ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2022 kicks off on March 4 and will see the top eight teams in the Women’s Match go head-to-head over a month of competition across New Zealand. We’ve got all the info you need on how to watch live on TV, stream it online, and follow every ball.

Australia are the best ODI team in the world and will be eager to add a 7th title to their already impressive tournament history. But there are plenty of teams who will stand in their way, including current holders England.

The tournament will see each of the eight teams play each other once with the top four teams qualifying for the smie final. The final will be played on Sunday April 3 at Hagley Oval, Christchurch.

Australia’s first game is against old foes England on Saturday March 8, when they play at Seddon Park, Hamilton.

How to watch every World Cup game on TV

Fox Sports announced in February that it would provide live coverage of every World Cup match on a new dedicated channel on Foxtel.

You will need a valid Foxtel TV subscription and Foxtel currently offers a discounted monthly plan.

As well as covering every match in the competition, Foxtel’s dedicated channel will also air a special on the T20 World Cup in Australia in 2020 – this special will air on 8 March, International Women’s Day.

How to stream all World Cup matches online

Fans will be delighted to hear that Kayo Freebies will show all the games, for free, online. With Channel 9 confirming that it won’t be showing any Women’s World Cups, this is great news for fans of the game.

Kayo Freebies is free but you will need to create an account with Kayo.

How to listen to the Women’s World Cup on the radio

SEN has the right to provide full radio coverage of the World Cup. Via their website, fans can listen to live ball-by-ball coverage of all matches in the tournament.

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