Skip to content

How to Watch the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup on DStv: Your Comprehensive Guide

watch fifa women's world cup on DStv

Hello, football fans around the world! The stage is set for the world’s most talented female footballers to show their prowess. For those of you with DStv, you’re in for a treat.

In this article, we’ll share how you can watch all the thrilling moments of this tournament, right in the comfort of your home or on the go.

You’ll also learn about the SuperSport channels showing live matches and how you can watch highlights if you miss any game. Hop in!

Watching the 2023 Women’s World Cup on Your DStv

How to Watch women's world cup on dstv

DStv offers various ways for subscribers to enjoy live games.

Live WWC games and highlights will be available on select SuperSport channels on DStv for your viewing pleasure on TV and stream via smart devices.

Let’s get into how you can watch the World Cup on your DStv:

On Your Television

This is the most straightforward method. Here’s how to do it:

  1. Check Your Subscription: Ensure your DStv subscription is active. If it isn’t, you can renew it online, via the DStv app, or at a Multichoice service center. The last thing you want on matchday is an error code.
  2. Tune in to the Right Channel: DStv offers various sports channels. For the Women’s World Cup, tune into the SuperSport channels broadcasting the matches. The specific channel number may vary based on your region and package.

Using the DStv App

If you’re away from home or prefer to watch on your smartphone, tablet, or computer, the DStv app is perfect. Here’s how to use it:

  1. Download the DStv App: If you haven’t already, download the DStv app from the App Store or Google Play Store.
  2. Log In or Sign Up: Use your DStv Connect ID (or your phone number or email) to log in. If you’re logging in for the first time, you can easily create an account by following the prompts on the app.
  3. Select the ‘Live TV’ Tab: Once, you’re in, select the Live TV tab. This will give you a list of all channels available for live streaming.
    Live TV on DStv app
  4. Choose the SuperSport Channel Broadcasting the World Cup: Just like with the TV, choose the SuperSport channel showing the matches.
READ:  Price Increase for 5 DStv Packages Rolling Out In April 2022

Remember, streaming on the app uses data. Make sure you’re connected to a reliable network for the best experience.

SuperSport Channels Broadcasting the Women’s World Cup

Just like we have it for every other tournament, there are dedicated SuperSport channels showing highlights and live games from the Women’s World Cup.

And because we do not have any major tournaments from Men’s football, there are a lot of SuperSport channels showing this year’s WWC.

SuperSport channels broadcasting Women’s World Cup games include SuperSport Grandstand, SuperSport Football, and SuperSport Variety 4.

Where to Watch Highlights of Games from the Women’s World Cup

We live in a busy world. And unless you’re a pundit sitting at one of the WWC studios for 30 days, keeping your eyes peeled for every live game, you will surely miss some games.

But the good news is that you can watch replays and highlights when you have the time.

For replays, you’ll need a DStv subscription. As a subscriber, you can simply check out the DStv guide on the DStv website.

It’s easier if you have the DStv app, select the “TV Guide” tab to see when you can watch replays and highlights of the games you missed.

You can also catch highlights on the Supersports website. Visit the dedicated WWC video portal to watch all the highlights from the Women’s world cup.

A Look Back at the Last Women’s World Cup

Let’s take a brief trip down memory lane to the 2019 Women’s World Cup.

The tournament was hosted by France and saw a record number of spectators who were captivated by the world-class display of women’s football.

READ:  How to Perform DStv Change of Ownership for a Decoder

This tournament featured 24 teams: from powerhouse nations to rising stars in women’s football, battling for the coveted title.

The USA, led by the indomitable Megan Rapinoe, swept through the tournament with a potent mix of tactical brilliance and raw talent.

Rapinoe, with her vibrant purple hair and dazzling smiles, became the face of the tournament, delivering match-winning performances and netting six goals, which earned her the Golden Boot and the Golden Ball.

The tournament was marked by some unforgettable games. One of the most notable was the USA’s 13-0 victory over Thailand, setting a record for the most significant winning margin in World Cup history.

Don’t cover your face. These things happen.

The quarter-final between USA and France termed ‘Le Grand Match’, was another standout game, with the USA emerging victorious in a tight 2-1 win against the hosts.

After a lot of tough and exciting games, it was finally time for the last game of the competition: the Women’s World Cup final.

The game was held at the Lyon Stadium, with the USA facing the Netherlands.

A penalty by Rapinoe and a strike from Rose Lavelle sealed a 2-0 victory for the USA, securing their fourth Women’s World Cup title.

The tournament wasn’t just about the winners, though. It was also a celebration of women’s football and its growth, with many teams showcasing their talent on the world stage.

This tournament was marked by its unpredictability. We witnessed traditional underdogs like Italy and Spain reaching the knockout stages and proving to the world that the gap in women’s football is closing.

READ:  Where to watch the US presidential Inauguration on DStv and Mobile

2023 Women’s World Cup: Teams to Watch

Fast forward to July 2023, and we’re ready for another month of football madness.

Some of the teams that you should keep an eye on include the USA. United States are the defending champions with an array of talent like the phenomenal Alex Morgan.

Germany is another top team with a well-drilled squad and a desire to prove their worth against other heavyweights in the competition.

We also have France, home to some of the finest talents in women’s football. France hosted the previous edition of the WWC but couldn’t win it. You can tell they have a desire to do better than they did four years ago.

Other teams to look out for are Brazil, England, Sweden, Spain, and Japan. But this is football and to be fair, nearly every team playing the tournament will pose a threat to the opposition.

Signing out

The 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup promises to be a feast of football, and with DStv, you will miss nothing.

Whether you’re watching on your TV or via the DStv app, you’re set for an amazing football experience.

And for all the football-loving men who’ve never seen a Women’s world, I strongly suggest you get on this one.

See you on the virtual pitch!

Attribution and References: Cover image: Freepik; Watch Women’s World Cup image: by Freepik; Using a DStv App image: Freepik.

Leave a Reply