Cameroon faces is ranked #56 this year. They will not be participating in 2023 Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand. Fan will however be looking out for their neighboring rivals, Nigeria, South Africa, Morocco, and Zambia. Interest in FIFA 2023 will be high among Cameroonians, with all 64 games broadcast live.
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TV Channels to Watch Women’s FIFA 2023 in Cameroon
CRTV is the official broadcast partner of 2023 tournament in Cameroon. The national broadcaster is providing coverage of all 64 games across its channels. Cameroon Radio Television, CRTV, operates three channels:
- CRTV News
- CRTV Sports & Entertainment
The main coverage for games will be on CRTV. Reruns of matches from Australia and New Zealand are shown on CRTV Sports & Entertainment. CRTV channels are broadcast free of charge within Cameroon’s borders.
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How to Stream Women’s 2023 FIFA in Cameroon
There are many streaming options for 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Cameroon. If you are happy using a web browser, CRTV provides free access within Cameroon. A web browser can be used with a PC, tablet, or mobile device. A dedicated app is available from CRTV, the MyCRTV app can be downloaded to iOS and Android platforms. The MyCRTV app has a Video on Demand option to watch reruns and highlights of the matches.
Football fans from Cameroon can watch the matches on their travels. Cameroon fans in the U.S. can access all the Lions games using Fubo and Sling TV.
Devices to Stream Women’s 2023 World Cup in Cameroon
The MyCRTV app can be used on most mobile devices and phones. The app can is available from all App Stores without charge. PCs and tablets are options for streaming Women’s FIFA via CRTV’s web presence. The CRTV app and web browsers are available to stream Women’s FIFA games to many devices, including:
- Amazon TV Fire Stick
- Google Chromecast
- Apple TV
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2023 Women’s World Cup Schedule
The tournament opens with a game between the host nation, New Zealand, and Norway. The group stage begins on Sunday, July 20. The group stages of the tournament will run until Thursday, August 3.
The knockout stages of begin on Saturday, August 5, with a round of 16. The quarter-final stage is played on August 10 to 12. The final four teams will meet in the semi-finals on August 15 and 16. The third-place playoff will be played on August 19, with the Final on August 20.
The Cameroon Men’s National Football Team holds the record for most FIFA World Cup appearances by an African nation. The Cameroon Women’s National Team failed to reach its FIFA tournament in a playoff against Thailand in 2023 but fans will still be looking forward to watching the matches in Australia and New Zealand.
FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 Viewer’s Guides Outside the US
For more information on watching matches in different areas, see our World Cup VPN Guide.
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