Where can you watch Women’s Cricket World Cup 2022?

The much-awaited event of the year Women’s Cricket World Cup starts 4th March 2022. The tournament will be the most widely distributed women’s cricket event of all time with Star Sports, Sky Sport, PTV, Gazi TV, Sky Sports, and ESPN among broadcasters who will take the game to over one billion fans.


Where can you watch Women's Cricket World Cup 2022?
Where can you watch the Women’s Cricket World Cup 2022?


With a minimum of 24 cameras installed at each of the six venues, DRS will be available for all 6 games.

Also, ICC has announced a comprehensive list of Commentators for the World Cup 2022.

But where can you watch the entire Women’s Cricket World Cup 2022?


Territory TV Digital
India, Star Sports Disney+Hotstar
Sri Lanka, Maldives, Nepal, Bhutan Star Sports Yupp TV
Bangladesh Gazi TV Rabbithole
Pakistan PTV Sports & Asports PTV & ARY App
UK & ROI Sky Sports Cricket SkyGo & Sky Sports YouTube
Australia WWC Channel (Fox 507) Kayo
New Zealand Sky Sports Cricket SkyNow and SkyGo
Canada Willow TV Hotstar
Caribbean Islands ESPN ESPN App
South Africa and Sub-Saharan Africa Supersport SuperSport app
MENA CricLife SwitchTV & StarzPlay
Malaysia, Singapore & Hong Kong Astro Cricket (Astro, Singtel & NowTV) Disney+Hotsar
Hong Kong Astro Cricket Now TV
Pacific Islands TVWAN (Digicel) Digicel App
South America ESPN via Star Plus
Europe, SEA, South America & Afghanistan Yupp TV
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Here’s what the commentators had to say:

Debbie Hockley: “I have been waiting for this World Cup with great anticipation as has all of New Zealand. The 50-over World Cup is the ultimate tournament in many ways and it’s a matter of great honour for New Zealand to be hosting it for the third time.

“I have wonderful memories of this event, especially lifting the trophy at home in the year 2000. As part of the commentary panel, I am fortunate to be close to the action again and I think we might see history being repeated with the White Ferns coming on top at home!”

Nasser Hussain: “Women’s cricket has made rapid progress in the past few years, and I have been following it very keenly. The world’s best have converged in New Zealand and I’m sure there are lots of thrills in store in the coming weeks.

“I can’t wait to get to the commentary box and watch the spectacle unfold.”

Ian Smith: “Cricket World Cups get the best out of the players, and commentators as well. The Men’s Cricket World Cup three years ago saw a thrilling final that I was privileged to be a part of.

“I’m really looking forward to what promises to be an exciting tournament. I wish all eight teams the very best.”

Lisa Sthalekar: “It’s great to be here for the Women’s Cricket World Cup, which I am sure will be a superb competition with the best on view. The last Cricket World Cup in England and the T20 World Cup in Australia were highly successful tournaments and got more people around the world to follow the women’s game.

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“I am sure fans are looking forward to the tournament as are all the players, and I hope they enjoy every moment of it, as World Cups are extremely special.”

Sana Mir: “I have had the honour of leading Pakistan in World Cups and I understand what it means to the players. The ICC championships have given the teams out of the top four nations a great opportunity to prepare better. I look forward to high quality cricket and close encounters.

“I am thrilled to be a part of the commentary team for this mega event and to be working with top professionals.”

Digital content will be made available via the ICC Facebook and Instagram channels, with in-play clips and highlights clips in the Indian subcontinent) and 5-minute highlights (globally). In addition, BBC Sport (UK), ESPNCricinfo, ESPN and ESPN+ (U.S.A) and Spark Sport (NZ) will also provide coverage via short-form in-play and highlights clips.

BBC (UK), Sports Entertainment Network Radio (AUS & NZ) and Prasar Bharati (Hindi coverage via All India Radio) will have running commentaries on their FM channels, while Talk 100.3 FM of the United Arab Emirates will provide regular Hindi updates through the day. Prasar Bharati will additionally broadcast matches on their AM channel, while Digital 2 Sports will broadcast matches globally on their digital platform.

Source: ICC Online media Zone 

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