English Premier League is back.
Stream it live on NBCUniversal channels with Fubo!
The FIFA Women’s World Cup is one of the most sought-after sporting events in the world, with over 2 billion fans estimated to tune in this year to watch the 32 teams hash it out on the field. This year Africa has five teams that will participate in the 64 games over the next month, meaning demand to watch the games will be high. Below we will discuss all the ways for football fans in Niger to keep up with their favorite teams.
Table Of Contents
Where to Watch 2023 Women’s FIFA in Niger
Football fans in Niger have a number of Paid TV channels to watch the Women’s World Cup through DStv to watch all 64 of the games:
- SuperSport Football Plus-202,222, and 223
- SuperSport Premium League -203
- SuperSport La Liga -204
- SuperSport Football – 205
- SuperSport Variety 1-206
- SuperSport Variety 2-207
- SuperSport Variety 3-209
- SuperSport OTT (1-3)
New World TV has a free sports channel, New World Sport2, where fans can watch the games on. However, that channel may not of all the matches, but there are other options for fans to get the games for free. Fans can also go old school and tune in on the radio with BBC radio and RFI (radio France international).
Unblock Your Favorite Events & Teams With a VPN
If you can’t watch your favorite events or teams because of your location, a VPN will allow you to get the access you are entitled to, plus extra security and unequaled privacy. Check out our VPN Guide for everything you need to know, including our top pick ExpressVPN.
How to Stream Women’s FIFA 2023 in Niger
SuperSport has announced that fans can now download their app for free without a subscription to DStv. By downloading the app football fanatics can watch all 64 games for free from their smart device. If you hold a subscription with DStv you can down their app for on-the-go coverage of the games.
Showmax is another great way for online streaming. Simply log on to the web with your computer, go to the Showmax website and you can live-stream any of the games currently playing.
Devices to Live Stream Women’s World Cup 2023 in Niger
The superSport app can be downloaded on android and apple devices, and remember you don’t have to have a subscription with DStv to use the app. This will give fans a great, free way to watch all of the games unfold. And if you do have a subscription with DStv, they also have an app available on android and apple devices.
If you have a smart device or computer, you should have no trouble streaming the games and if you don’t want to use one of the options above you can download a VPN to loosen the geo-restrictions of other streaming services.
Superpower Your Sports Streaming With a VPN
For the sake of privacy, security, and access, you should be using a VPN. They are low-cost and easy to use. We’ve been using them for years and our top pick is ExpressVPN. Other brands worth checking out include Hotspot Shield and CyberGhost.
i Our VPN Buyer’s Guide provides a complete introduction and all you need to know to choose the best VPN for your needs.
Women’s WC 2023 Schedule
The games start off 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 below in EST. To convert to time in Niger, simply add six hours to the scheduled time below.
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)
Niger may not be in the games this year but there is still plenty of excitement to unfold in the 64 upcoming games. Football fans in Niger shouldn’t have an issue keeping up with the games in Australia and New Zealand, whether they want to stream from their phones, watch on the television, or listening to the radio.
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.
Page Updates ▼▲
updated meta description
updated links to main page
removed info on Qatar
Updated one section.