The first edition of the Women’s U19 World Cup kicks off this weekend, with four games taking place on the first day of the competition – here’s where to watch live, TV channels and streaming for the 2023 World Cup.
Sixteen teams are competing in the tournament which is being held in South Africa with matches being played at four different venues. It is the first time the competition is being held after it was moved from its original slot in 2021 due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
All of the teams have been split into four groups of four, all the teams in each group will play each other once before the Super Six stage. Two groups made up of the top three teams from each group will be formed, with the top two teams from each advancing to the semi-finals. The final is set to be played in Potchefstroom on January 29.
Women’s U19 World Cup 2023, where to watch live: TV channels & live streaming
All matches in the tournament will be available to watch on icc.tv in selected locations.
Australia: Fans in Australia can watch the matches in the tournament live and free on icc.tv
India: In India, the matches will be telecast on the Fancode app.
UK: Icc.tv will broadcast all of the group games from the tournament in England, the semi-final and final will be available to watch on Sky platforms.
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