Watch the Nigeria Super Falcons at the Women’s World Cup

Watch the Nigeria Super Falcons at the Women’s World Cup
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Get ready to watch the Nigeria Super Falcons at the FIFA Women's World Cup 2023 on your TV and mobile sets in Nigeria. Find out more about the broadcasting options and the live football TV app.

Watch the Super Falcons at the Women's World Cup | Live Football on TV, Apps

In Nigeria, football enthusiasts eagerly anticipating the FIFA Women's World Cup 2023 will have the opportunity to catch all the action on SuperSport, the official broadcaster of the tournament in the region.

SuperSport, known as Sub-Saharan Africa's most popular streaming service, will bring live coverage of every match of the prestigious tournament to football fans across the region.

SuperSport, a group of television channels headquartered in South Africa, reaches viewers through various platforms, including the DStv and Canal+ satellite platforms, as well as the GOtv terrestrial platform.

This extensive coverage ensures that sports enthusiasts in countries like South Africa, Nigeria, and many other African nations can access the Women's World Cup 2023 broadcasts.

Furthermore, SuperSport will soon unveil the streaming options for the upcoming football extravaganza, providing viewers with even more ways to watch the matches.

In addition to SuperSport, viewers in Sub-Saharan Africa can also tune in to New World TV to catch the Women's World Cup 2023.

You can free catch the Women's World Cup 2023 action on Afrosport TV. You'll have the opportunity to watch every thrilling match of the tournament without any subscription fees.

Global Broadcasting: Where to Watch the 2023 Women's World Cup | Live Football on TV, Apps

The 2023 Women's World Cup will be broadcast live in the UK on BBC and ITV, with alternating fixtures on ITVX and iPlayer.

In the USA, Fox and Fox Sports will air all games, while Telemundo will provide Spanish-language coverage.

In Australia, Seven Network and Optus Sport will broadcast the matches.

For viewers in other countries, using a VPN allows them to access the Women's World Cup coverage from any location.

This article was most recently revised and updated 10 months ago

Rababe Koussaimi, a 22-year-old journalist, is deeply passionate about the world of sports. She grew up in a footballing environment, supporting both Bayern Munich and Wydad Athletic Club. She began her English journalism career by hosting a podcast for the first English radio station in Morocco. Currently, the Moroccan journalist channels her enthusiasm into writing and conducting extensive research, creating insightful and engaging content for GoalBall Live readers.