ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 Live Streaming & TV Channels – The fans of the ICC Women’s World Cup are spread across the globe. In fact, all the women cricket enthusiasts want to make their day by playing in the Women’s World Cup. Those women who become able to secure their position in the playing squad of the Cup, feel themselves extremely lucky and pay tribute to the Almighty for bestowing on them the benevolence and grace. The women who find their position in the Cup need not campaign for their popularity, for they become stars overnight and cynosure of all the cricket aficionados around the world. Given the popularity that the women’s World Cup any person associated with it gets phenomenal popularity.
Though almost all the fans of ICC Women’s World Cup want to see the matches and support their favourite teams by sitting on the ground itself, but it is simply too good to be true. Some fans miss it for some reasons, while some know they will not be able to see the matches as spectators due to other reasons. And all those who are going to miss the matches on ground are quite agog to know about the ICC Women’s World Cup TV Channel.
ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 Schedule
|Start Date||24 June 2017|
|End Date||23 July 2017|
|Participant teams||Australia, England, New Zealand, West Indies, India, Pakistan, South Africa and Sri Lanka|
|Venue||London, Somerset, Gloucestershire, Derbyshire and Leicestershire|
It is important to know here that not one channel will enjoy monopoly in the ICC Women’s World Cup 2017. Simply put, the broadcasting right for the World Cup will be awarded on a country-to-country basis. The official notification for the broadcasting right is expected to be officially announced in just few days. We will be updating our site with the news regarding TV channels’ list as and when it appears on its official site.
ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 TV Channels
|Australia||Fox Sports (every game live)|
|India||StarSports (Every Match live) & Doordarsha (only India matches)|
|New Zealand||Sky NZ (Has not confirmed yet but most likely to retain broadcasting rights)|
|United Kingdom||SkySports 2 (Only network in United Kingdom to broadcast Champions Trophy)|
|USA||Willow TV (Viewers in USA can subcribe to WillowTV monthly package to get live acess for Champions Trophy available on all plateforms)|
|Sri Lanka||Star Sports (India)|
|Pakistan||TenSports (to broadcast all champions trophy matches) PTV (might have live coverage of only pakistan matches.|
|Caribbeans||ESPN (not confirmed yet but ESPN is likely to win the rights in Caribbean countries)|
|South Africa||SuperSports (Confirmed as Champions Trophy broadcaster in South Africa and adjacent african countries)|
|Europe||No news so far about any coverage in European countries. But EuroSport might scoop it if they able to negotiate a long-term deal with ICC to promote cricket in other euro countries.|
|Middle East||OSN Sports (Usually broadcast major cricket tournaments in some of the gulf states)|
|Ireland||Since Ireland did not qualify, Irish viewers can only watch Champions Trophy via SkySports|