BBC Sport turns its spotlight on women’s football in Germany this summer as England compete in the FIFA Women’s World Cup Finals.

BBC Sport Website and BBC Red Button coverage of England’s campaign begins at 4.45pm (kick-off 5.00pm) on Monday 27 June, when England, one of the tournament favourites, line up against Mexico, ranked 22nd in the world.

England also face New Zealand and Japan in their other group games.

BBC Sport will be following England’s progress with live coverage of all their games.

The World Cup final will be shown live on BBC Three.

The BBC’s coverage of England’s live games will be hosted by Gabby Logan, who will be joined in the studio by ex-Arsenal and England defender, Martin Keown and former England midfielder, Jo Potter.

Nigel Adderley will be a roving reporter bringing viewers a taste of the colour and atmosphere in Germany.

Guy Mowbray will provide commentary for all the live matches. Co-commenting with Guy will be former Leeds United Ladies striker, Lucy Ward.

There will also be a highlights programme featuring all England’s matches on BBC Two at 11.20pm. Highlights of England’s games will also be available on BBC Red Button and BBC Sport Online.

Radio 5 live will provide comprehensive coverage of the Women’s World Cup. Nigel Adderley will be their reporter in Germany covering all England’s matches. During the tournament there will be regular previews, live updates, match reports and interviews.’

Full schedule:

Monday, June 27: England v Mexico. Kick-off 1700 BST.
BBC Red Button/ BBC Sport Website: 1645-1900
BBC Two Highlights: 2320-0000

Friday, July 1: England v New Zealand. Kick-off 1715 BST.
BBC Red Button/ BBC Sport Website: 1700-1915
BBC Two Highlights: 2320-0000

Tuesday, July 5: England v Japan. Kick-off 1715 BST.
BBC Red Button/ BBC Sport Website: 1700-1915
BBC Two Highlights: 2320-0000

Should England qualify for the knock-out stages, the BBC schedule will be as follows:

TBC Quarter-final
Saturday, July 9: England v TBC. Kick-off 1700 BST or 1945 BST
BBC Red Button/ BBC Sport Website: 1645-1900 or 1930-2145
TBC BBC Two Highlights: 2320-0000

TBC Semi-final
Wednesday, July 13: England v TBC. Kick-off 1700 BST or 1945 BST
BBC Red Button/ BBC Sport Website: 1645-1900 or 1930-2145
TBC BBC Two Highlights 2320-0000

Final
Sunday, July 17
Kick-off 1945 BST
Live coverage on BBC Three. Programme time TBC

3 Comments
  1. gromit 7 years ago

    Thanks @Asa.

    @Gina, shame for Banyana Banyana, but joice for Guinean players :o) And the article come from South-African source, so are we sure the BB really dominated the match ? ;o)

    Anyway, it’s indeed fantastic about the 15,000 spectators. The other matches without the hosts will certainly have lower attendances but I am sure that Africa is on a very, very good way to become a major actor in Women’s Football in the coming years.

    And I hope that S-A will qualify for the SF.

  2. Asa 8 years ago

    nice post

  3. Women's Soccer United 8 years ago

    :D:D Thanks Gareth

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