On TV and online, SBS will broadcast the opening match, quarter-finals, semi-finals and the final, and all Matildas games plus all 52 matches will be live on SBS Radio.

Hosted by Tracey Holmes and Craig Foster with analysis from ex-Matilda Joey Peters, SBS’s coverage will begin with the opening match on Saturday, June 8 from 4am AEST when hosts France face Korea Republic.

The first weekend continues with the Matildas at the family-friendly time of 8.30pm on Sunday night when they play world number 15 Italy.

SBS’s coverage of the Matildas’ campaign to progress from Group C under new coach Ante Milicic will also see the team face Brazil from 1.30am on Friday, 14 June, then Jamaica on Wednesday, 19 June from 4.30am.

All SBS matches will feature commentary from David Basheer and former Matilda Sarah Walsh and extensive analysis live from France.


Saturday 8 June from 4am* France v Korea Republic LIVE kick-off 5am
Sunday 9 June from 8.30pm* Australia v Italy LIVE kick-off 9pm
Friday 14 June from 1.30am* Australia v Brazil LIVE kick-off 2am
Wednesday 19 June from 4.30am* Australia v Jamaica LIVE kick-off 5am

SBS’s coverage of the Round of 16 will be announced throughout the tournament.

Friday 28 June from 4.30am* Quarter-Final 1 LIVE kick-off 5am
Saturday 29 June from 4.30am* Quarter-Final 2 LIVE kick-off 5am
Saturday 29 June from 10.30pm* Quarter-Final 3 LIVE kick-off 11pm
Sunday 30 June from 2am* Quarter-Final 4 LIVE kick-off 2.30am

Wednesday 3 July from 4.30am* Semi-Final 1 LIVE kick-off 5am
Thursday 4 July from 4.30am* Semi-Final 2 LIVE kick-off 5am

Sunday 7 July from 12.30am* Playoff for 3rd LIVE If Matildas are playing kick-off 1am

Monday 8 July from 12.30am* Final LIVE kick-off 1am

SBS will also be delivering the FIFA Women’s World Cup Todaydaily highlights show on SBS at 6pm* every match day.

Every match live and free, in multiple languages
SBS Radio will broadcast commentary of all 52 matches of the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup, live and free via the SBS Radio mobile app. In addition to the English commentary available on all matches, selected matches will also be offered simultaneously in multiple languages.

SBS Radio will broadcast in seven languages including Mandarin, French, Japanese and Italian, more than any other FIFA Women’s World Cupbroadcaster. The multilingual coverage is in partnership with respected sports broadcasters from around the world.

Former Matildas goalkeeper Melissa Barbieri will report from France during the group stage, while the live English match coverage will feature commentary by former A-League goalkeeper Clint Bolton and Steve Pearce.

The World Game website and app will stream all SBS matches live alongside the latest scores, video highlights, breaking news, and analysis from all 52 games.

All SBS live matches, replays and the FIFA Women’s World Cup Today daily highlights show will be available on SBS On Demand.