Watch Asisat Oshoala live in Ghana and Senegal – Women’s World Cup

Watch Asisat Oshoala live in Ghana and Senegal – Women’s World Cup
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Asisat Oshoala will lead the Super Falcons on a date with destiny when they take on European champions England in a round of 16 clash at the FIFA Women’s World Cup.

The match takes place on Monday, 7 August 2023, at the Brisbane Stadium.

The Barcelona forward will be the main target of the Lionesses, who will be looking to avoid an upset against the feisty African side.

For many, Oshoala and the rest of the Nigeria squad have overachieved by upsetting the hosts Australia and ensuring that Olympic champions, Canada, were sent packing after the first round of matches.

The question for many is if the Super Falcons can cause another upset at the ongoing FIFA Women’s World Cup.

Watch Asisat Oshoala live at the Women's World Cup in Ghana

Asisat Oshoala is arguably the star of the team. She will have fans of the Super Falcons rooting for the team in the much-anticipated clash with the Lionesses of England. The match will be on several channels, with African fans looking to catch a view of the action.

SuperSport

SuperSport TV channels have been broadcasting the FIFA Women’s World Cup matches, and the game between Nigeria and England will be no exception. You can take a trip to Brisbane via the SuperSport channels to cheer the Super Falcons to another momentous victory.

GTV and GTV Sports+

GTV Sports+ and GTV under Ghana Broadcasting Corporation – GBC (official broadcast rights owners) will televise the match between Nigeria and England.

Stream Nigeria Super Falcons vs England

DStv Now

Ghanaian viewers can stream the Super Falcons' highly anticipated match against England on DStv Now. The app has a streaming service that allows subscribers to watch them live.

Subscribers can visit the website or download their app to log on with their credentials to stream the match.

GTV app

GTV also provides live streaming services within Ghana.

Other streaming options that come at a cost for Ghanaian viewers are:

  • Fubo – $74.99/mo
  • Sling TV – $40.00/mo

Online stream

  • SuperSport.com
  • Showmax
  • Showmax Pro
  • DStv

BBCSport.com

The official website of BBC Sports is another platform that will stream the round of 16 match between Nigeria and England. Those outside of the UK may need a VPN to use this platform.

Foxsports.com

Foxsports is also your go-to platform for the FIFA Women’s World Cup. You can stream the Nigeria/England tie on FOXSports.com and the FOX Sports App. It is also available on any streaming service with FOX and FS1, such as Fubo or YouTube TV.

Watch Asisat Oshoala live at the Women's World Cup in Senegal

Asisat Oshoala tries to score a goal
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RTS

RTS is the official broadcaster of the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 in Senegal. It is also the most popular streaming service in the West African country. One can also view RTS for free on Mobile. 

You can also stream the matches of the FIFA Women's World Cup via RTS on any browser.

RTS App

Install RTS from the app store and watch the Nigeria/England tie.

Stream Nigeria vs England

There are a few choices to stream the match for fans of either side in Senegal.

Sling TV

Sling TV has a couple of subscription offers.

  • Blue package ($35/month)
  • Orange + Blue ($50/month)

YouTube TV

FOX Sports and Telemundo feature on YouTube TV and allows you to stream this year's FIFA Women's World Cup. The subscription is $64.99 monthly.

fuboTV

fuboTV’s pro package comes at a subscription of $69.99 per month but has a free seven-day trial.

This year’s FIFA Women’s World Cup is without connection to fuboTV. 

SuperSport

Supersport also allows for streaming services in Senegal.

This article was most recently revised and updated 10 months ago

Chooka Izuegbuna is a Sports Journalist with 20 years of experience in print, TV and Radio. He has worked with some of the top media houses in Nigeria, including NTA Network, Channels TV, TVC, Silverbird TV and MITV. Chooka broke his sports reporting teeth with The Game Football Weekly in 2003 as a cartoonist and reporter. Chooka has a passion for football and has been a fan of Enugu Rangers (over 30 years) and Real Madrid (Since 1996).