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How to Watch the Women’s World Cup in South Korea

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The Women’s World Cup 2023 will undoubtedly be the biggest sporting event of the year, as the FIFA WC is always ranked at the top of the most viewed sporting event list, every year it is on.

This year in Australia and New Zealand the South Korean national team will be representing their country in group H, of the group matches. Their first match will be on Tuesday, July 25th at . They will be going head-to-head against Colombia in the last match of Group H.

Other nations in Group H include Germany Morocco, and of course Colombia along with South Korea. This year South Korean residents and fans of South Korean football, will be looking forward to the matches, and interest in 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup is at an all-time high. Read on if you don’t want to miss any of the action and learn how to watch 2023 FIFA in South Korea.

TV Channels to Watch the WC 2022 in South Korea

The main TV Channel used in South Korea to view sporting events is Seoul Broadcasting Station. (SBS) SBS is one of the leading South Korean television and radio broadcasters. South Korea will also be broadcasting the matches on the other top television and radio broadcasting stations such as:

  • SBS (Seoul Broadcasting System)
  • KBS (Korean Broadcasting Station)
  • MBC (Manhwua Broadcasting Coproration)

South Korea received the rights to broadcast the FIFA matches from FIFA directly on January 23rd of this year. If you’re traveling outside of South Korea, you can stream all the content from SBS if you have the appropriate devices. read on to learn more.

How to Stream Women’s FIFA 2023 in South Korea

SBS is streaming the Women’s FIFA WC 2023 in South Korea, too. But it is quite limited in terms of streaming devices, as you can only access the channel through basic cable. (see below). But if you have a laptop or desktop and are fine watching in a web browser, you’re set, as you can access the 2023 Women’s WC from there.

Those traveling outside of China can find many streaming services that will allow you to watch the WC — although not usually with Chinese commentary. In the US, we recommend Fubo because of its exceptional soccer coverage. But Sling TV is an excellent low-cost option.

What Devices Support World Cup Streaming in South Korea?

SBS supports a very small number of devices: IOS and Android mobile devices that have access to a web browser and web browsers that are on desktops or laptops.

A smart TV is a great option to stream Women’s FIFA 2023 as a smart TV accommodates many different streaming devices such as firestick, Chromecast, or Roku. It can also support Android and IOS mobile devices, and of course, you can stream through web browsers.

FIFA Women’s World Cup 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 our match schedule, and all match times are in EST.

  • Mon Jul 4 : Colombia vs Korea Republic
  • Sun Jul 30 : Korea Republic vs Morocco
  • Thu Aug 3 : Korea Republic vs Germany

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)

What to Know Before You Go

Fans in South Korea should be excited to spectate their nation being represented in this year’s Women’s FIFA WC in Australia and New Zealand. South Korea in group H will be going up against Colombia on the 5th day of the tournament in the last match of group h’s group matches. South Korea can look forward to a lot of exciting play so be sure to tune in with the option we’ve discussed 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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