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With the 2023 Women’s World Cup underway, fans all over the world are tuning in to catch these soccer matches. The Women’s FIFA WC will undoubtedly be the most spectated sporting event of the entire year, as the Women’s FIFA WC is every year it is on.
Unfortunately for Malaysia fans, their favorite team did not qualify for the WC this year.
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However, despite blows to morale, interest in the WC in Malaysia is still sky-high as they are a football nation. If you’re one that has an enormous interest in the games up ahead, read on to learn how to watch the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Malaysia.
TV Channels to Watch Women’s WC 2023 in Malaysia
The main source of sports coverage in Malaysia is Astro. Astro also known as ‘All-Asian Satellite Television and Radio Operator, is not a TV channel, but a television provider via satellite. If you are a user of Astro already and are subscribed to the sports package, you will get complimentary access to stream all 64 matches of the Women’s WC. on two dedicated channels:
If you’re not subscribed to the sports package Astro is still offering free access to the 2023 FIFA WC if you sign up for their internet and TV bundle package.
If you’re a person who doesn’t have time to sit and enjoy watching the games because you’re always on the go, you can still tune in to the matches via RTM. RTM is Malaysia’s department of broadcasting, and RTM gained the broadcasting media right to broadcast the 2023 WC from FIFA on July 20, 2023.
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How to Stream Women’s World Cup 2023 in Malaysia
Astro is broadcasting the 2023 Women’s WC matches on television via satellite, but Astro also has a free streaming companion app called Astro GO. Astro GO is free for any Astro customer and Astro Go will be streaming all the 2023 Women’s WC matches same as Astro.
RTM or Radio Televisyen Malaysia developed a streaming media service platform called RTM Myklik. RTM Myklik is also an app same as ‘Astro go’ and can be found on most app stores.
Devices to Live Stream Women’s FIFA 2023 in Malaysia.
Astro and RTM are both accessible via television and a subscription. So both are rather limited in terms of supportive devices. However, this is the very reason why both Astro and RTM created their own respective mobile apps. The aforementioned ‘Astro go’ and RTM Myklil are both downloadable on any IOS or Android mobile device. There also accessible from web browsers via laptop or desktop.
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Women’s FIFA 2023 Schedule
The WC starts with the Group Stage on July 20th at with a match between host country New Zealand and Norway. The matches through August 3rd are listed on the schedule. All times are in EST. The knockout phase runs immediately after the Group Stage:
- Round of 16 (August 5-8)
- Quarter-Finals (August 10-12)
- Semi-Finals (August 15-16)
- Third-Place Play-Off (August 19)
- World Cup Final (August 20)
Fans across Malaysia will still find that the Women’s WC in Australia and New Zealand is overflowing with exciting football to watch. Be sure to catch all the matches with the options mentioned above.
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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