The 2019 Women’s World Cup will launch in early June with every game available on the BBC.

Phil Neville’s England team are one of the favourites and are expected to give the likes of Germany and the USA a run for their money when it comes to claiming the most prestigious prize in international football.

Here’s everything you need to know about watching the Lionesses in action.

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When does the 2019 Women’s World Cup start?

The tournament kick-starts on Friday, June 7th with hosts France facing South Korea.

Twenty-two teams will compete in the competition from across the world with England matched with two classic grudge matches in the group stage alone.

Group A

Group B

Group C

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Group D

Group E

Group F

How to watch the 2019 Women’s World Cup

Every game of the Women’s World Cup 2019 will air on the BBC, stretching from June 7th to July 7th.

Coverage will also be available on the BBC’s online and radio platforms.

Director of BBC Sport, Barbara Slater said:

We’re delighted the BBC will bring the biggest tournament in women’s football to the widest possible audience. Women’s football has grown significantly over the last few years and we are proud of the contribution we have made.

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France 2019 promises to be another fantastic showcase for the sport.

England’s initial group games are as follow:

Sunday, June 9th: England v Scotland

Friday, June 14th: England v Argentina

Wednesday, June 19th: Japan v England

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When is the Women’s World Cup final?

The final will take place on Sunday, July 7th.

Semi-finals air on Tuesday, July 2nd and Wednesday, July 3rd.


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