Broadcast schedule confirmed for Women’s World Cup Semi-Final matches on Optus Sport and SBS

Four teams remain in the FIFA Women’s World Cup tournament, with the semi-final line up finalised after two big matches.

Live coverage of the two semi-finals will be provided by Optus Sports and SBS. In the first semi-final on Wednesday morning, England take on the USA and then on Thursday morning, the Netherlands face Sweden.

SBS coverage will be hosted by esteemed sports journalist, Tracey Holmes and former Socceroo Captain, Craig Foster and with exclusive analysis from ex-Matilda Joey Peters.

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


Optus Sport continues to provide comprehensive coverage of a Women’s World Cup, with a team of former Matildas and Socceroos providing expert analysis and opinion on all the action in France.

Optus Sport talent across the semi-final matches includes Amy Duggan, Mel McLaughlin, Heather Garriock, Amy Chapman, Georgia Yeoman-Dale, Richard Bayliss as well as Alicia Ferguson, Mark Schwarzer and Niav Owens pitchside in France.


Wednesday July 3 (all times AEST)

4.30am – England v USA (kick off 5am)

Thursday July 4
4.30am – Netherlands v Sweden (kick off 5am)