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How To Watch The FIFA Women’s World Cup Online (And What Devices Are Supported)

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The FIFA Women’s World Cup is one of the biggest events in world sport, and with good reason. This year’s tournament features some of the best female footballers in the world, and you can watch all the action live on your devices. Which devices are supported? The FIFA Women’s World Cup is available to watch live on desktop, laptop, mobile devices, and other connected devices. Devices that are supported include desktop computers, laptops, tablets, phones, gaming consoles (such as Xbox One and PlayStation 4), smart TVs, and more. Which channels are supported? The FIFA Women’s World Cup is available to watch live on Fox Sports GO (if you have a participating TV provider), Sling TV, DirecTV NOW, FuboTV, Hulu with Live TV*, YouTube TV*, Amazon Prime Video*, and others. If you don’t have a participating provider or want to add a different provider after signing up for a free trial of one of those services, check out how to watch FIFA Women’s World Cup live stream without cable. *Some channels require a monthly subscription after signing up for a free trial.

How to Watch The FIFA Women’s World Cup Online

Starting on  20 July, the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup can be watched online on many devices! 

If you’re planning to watch the World Cup live in person or via streaming services like Fox Sports Go or ITV GO, you’ll need a device that supports streaming video from the internet (like most modern televisions). But if you want to watch the World Cup without leaving your living room or invading your family’s privacy, there are plenty of ways to do so!

You can stream all 64 matches of the tournament live on any device that supports web browser streaming (like any computer, phone, or tablet), as long as you have an active internet connection and have installed the FIFA World Cup app before kickoff 20 July.

Unfortunately not all devices support all streaming platforms- for example Apple products

Devices Supported by FIFA for Watching The World Cup

If you’re an avid football fan and want to watch the Women’s World Cup, but don’t have a cable subscription or want to pay for an overpriced streaming service, there are a few different ways to do so. The most popular way is to use a streaming device like Chromecast or Amazon Fire TV. However, if you don’t have one of those devices, some other options are available.

To watch the Women’s World Cup on your computer or laptop, FIFA provides a live stream that can be accessed by clicking here. If you’re using a Mac or Windows PC, you can also access the stream by downloading the FIFA app and logging in with your credentials. If you’re using Android or iOS devices, there is no official live stream available from FIFA, but there are several unofficial streams that are available through different apps and websites.

Some other devices that are supported to watch the Women’s World Cup include Xbox One consoles, Roku devices, Playstation 4 consoles, smart TVs from Samsung and Vizio as well as Apple products such as the iPhone and iPad.


If you’re a FIFA fan and want to watch the Women’s World Cup in style, then our guide is for you. We’ll outline which devices are supported and how to get all the best live streaming experience. And if you’re not quite ready for the big event yet, no worries! Our guide has plenty of other tips that will help you stay up to date on all things women’s football.