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How to watch the Women’s World Cup in Trinidad and Tobago

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When Football International Federation Association announced that Women’s World Cup 2023 would be held in Australia and New Zealand, fans in Trinidad and Tobago wanted to know if they could follow the proceedings from their country. This is a season that most people anticipate, and being able to watch from home is the best feeling.

The best teams in the world will be battling for the most coveted title in football. Sadly, as FIFA says, Trinidad and Tobago’s women’s team is not among the 32 teams that qualified and will not participate in this big event of the year. However, there are still lots of interest in the game. Continue reading to find out how to watch FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 in Trinidad and Tobago.

TV Channels To Watch The Games in Tobago and Trinidad

Various broadcasting companies and TV stations have attained the rights to stream the games in their respective countries. The TV channel showing this event in Trinidad and Tobago will be CNC3, a free-to-air Television. This is a privately owned TV station by Guardian Media Limited. CNC3 is also the local and affiliate partner to Aljazeera and CNN International, airing all day simultaneously.

You can access CNC3 through the Flow cable system on Channel 103 AVS or Channel 3 DVS. The channel also broadcasts over the air on stations 12 and 14. The media coverage will dedicate the mornings and early afternoons to airing live games. CNC3 has also promised to air primetime replays of feature matches each day. This is the second time CNC3 is privileged to air the FIFA games for Trinidad and Tobago fans. CNC3 has also prepared a series of interviews, analyses and other news concerning 2023 Women’s World Cup to complement its broadcasting and keep the fans engaged.

Devices You Can Use to Stream The 2023 Women’s FIFA Event

CNC3 is available on an app that you can install on your smartphone and register for free to watch all the 64 games. You can also use laptops and their website to stream from wherever you are.

Fans can also find out if their pay boxes can access the channel to allow them stream the games live from Australia and New Zealand. You can also stream the games through DIRECTV Sports and DIRECTV Go on your smart TV or your tablet.

Women’s 2023 FIFA Schedule

The event will start on July 20th with the group stage before proceeding to knockouts and finals on August 20th. The first match set to play is between the host and Norway at . The knockout phase follows after the group stage, as listed below.

  • 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)

Wrapping Up

Fans will have to wait for the next Women’s FIFA Cup to cheer for their national team if it gets a chance in the finals. The team has enough time to prepare for the next event, whose host will be announced by FIFA officials. If you are in Trinidad and Tobago, you can keep checking for more information on the 2023 FIFA event to keep updated.

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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