24 countries are locked in and ready to win the 2019 Women’s World Cup. With matches kicking off in France on June 7, it’s time for you to get ready by knowing how to watch Women’s World Cup matches from anywhere online.
Those who live abroad may not be able to watch matches in the country they are in, or simply want to watch the home broadcast with the familiar faces and voices of their broadcast team. Thanks to the Internet, and VPNs, this not only possible but pretty easy to do! Find out now…
How to watch the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 in any country
Online pirated streaming sites are plentiful, but they do come with a risk to you:
- Your ISP could flag the activity and slow down your connection.
- There’s a small risk of possible legal issues.
- Some of these sites have viruses.
To stop your ISP from getting you in legal trouble, or slowing down your account, you’ll need a VPN that is exceptional at streaming. These tools will hide your IP address to protect your identity, and encrypt your activities so that your ISP can’t see what you’re doing. Here are the top two we recommend:
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See our list of reliable streaming sites so that you can watch the game from anywhere, while also being sure to not dealing with scam sites full of malware.
How to watch local Women’s World Cup 2019 streams
The options above will certainly get you something watchable, if a little unreliable at times, but what about that home touch? Nothing matches being able to hear your home announcers scream for a home goal as you celebrate along with the folks back home… no matter how far away you are!
The first step is to choose a
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This provider has servers in over 60 countries, which is sure to cover your home country. Check our reviews to see where they cover.
Let’s look at different countries one by one now to get a sense of how they will let you watch the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019. Find your country, or maybe even watch the competition to see what they’re saying!
Watch the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 in Australia
The broadcaster SBS carries these games. Here are the steps to follow:
- First, use your
VPNto choose a server in Australia, and then:
- They have an app to sign up for and install.
- Create an account at www.sbs.com.au.
- Log into your account on gameday, with your
Watch the game! Will the Matildas thrive under new coach Ante Milicic?
Watch the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 in Brazil
Bom dia! The broadcaster for Brazil is Rede Globo. Here’s watch you need to do to watch every gooooooool:
- Connect to a
VPNserver in Brazil.
- Visit either redeglobo.globo.com or www.redetv.uol.com.br.
- Create accounts on either page.
- On game day, log into your account and start streaming.
Watch and celebrate Marta in her last Women’s World Cup, and cheer on the rest of the Canarinhas!
Watch the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 in Canada
With glowing hearts, you can watch the Canadian broadcast of the Women’s World Cup 2019 by:
- Connecting to a
VPNserver in Canada. Choose one close to you as we all know it’s a BIG country!
- Go to either www.TSN.ca/live and log in with a TV providers details, or sign up for TSN direct with a Canadian credit card.
- Stream games on game day!
Watch a Christine Sinclair goes for the most goals record for a female international player. Only four goals to tie, Christine!
Watch the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 in Germany
There are two major broadcasters of the FIFA Women’s World Cup in Germany for 2019: ZDF, and ARD. Here’s how to watch them:
- Connect to a
VPNserver in Germany.
- Watch live on www.ard.de.
- That one busy? Watch www.zdf.de instead!
- That’s it! No accounts or sign ins required, you just have to have a German IP address.
Can Alexandra Popp and Dzsenifer Marozsán defy expectations and take Germany to the late stages? Find out!
Watch the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 in Norway
Watching the Norway broadcast is easy! You simply have to:
- Get a Norwegian IP address by connecting to a
VPNserver in Norway.
- Visit tv.nrk.no, then create your free account.
- Go to the same address on game day and watch!
Will Martin Sjögren’s first big tournament with Norway be a success? They didn’t score a goal at last year’s Euros, so even one could be a win!
Watch the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 in South Africa
Banyana Banyana! Those who love Mzansi the world over can watch their ladies play by:
- Connecting a
VPNserver in South Africa. This can be tough to find, but I recommend CyberGhost VPN. As a former SA resident myself, this is the one I use!
- Create an account on now.dstv.com, you will need a South African mobile number.
- Log in on game day, while connected to the
VPNserver, and watch!
Banyana have a tough group, but it will be made all the easier for them if all of Mzansi cheers them on. Laduuuuuuuuuuuuuuuma!
Watch the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 in Sweden
This broadcast is handled by TV4. They’ll have all the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 games for Sweden available for you if you:
- Connect your
VPNto a server in Sweden.
- Visit www.tv4play.se.
That’s all you need to do. Even people who don’t speak Swedish could use this site with a
Watch the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 in USA
If it’s soccer (sorry, it’s not football there!) in the USA, you can bet it’ll be on Fox Sports. You have to be with a TV provider (or know someone who is) already, such as Sling TV, DirecTV, or Cox. Then you need to:
- Choose a
VPNserver in the USA.
- Visit www.fox.com/live.
- Log in with the details from your TV provider.
- Watch the games live with US broadcastors!
Team USA always has a strong showing, and we all know that Alex Morgan will want to have a strong showing.
Watch the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 in UK
There are two ways to watch the England Women’s Team at the Word Cup 2019. Both require you to have a subscription to them already:
- Be sure you’re connected to a
VPNwith servers in the UK. I suggest looking at those on our list of the best BBC VPNs.
- Visit www.bbc.co.uk to register with your TV license and a UK post code.
- Alternatively, visit eurosportplayer.com to purchase a subscription.
- Make sure you’re logged into your
VPNon game day, and enjoy!
Coming off their win of the SheBelieves cup, you know Lucy Bronze is ready to play for Engerland! Lift a pint for me if you’re watching the game up around Dalston.
VPN is essential to watch the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019
TV stations all across the world are participating in hard location-based blocking. This means that you have to be in the country whose stream you want to watch or you won’t be allowed.
VPNs allow you to get around this issue by giving you an IP address within your desired country, making these TV providers think that you’re in that country. This isn’t possible without a