FIFA signs contract with China’s Sina Sports for rights to broadcast Women’s World Cup

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FIFA (International Football Federation) announced that it will broadcast the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup in New Zealand and Australia online in China, which will open on July 20.

China’s ‘Sina Sports’ digitally broadcasts all 64 matches of the Women’s World Cup. With this contract for broadcasting rights, all World Cup matches will be transmitted in real time through the ‘Sina Sports’ platform.  메이저놀이터

Jean-Christophe Petit, FIFA Media Partnership Director, said, “We have signed a broadcasting rights contract with Sina Sports. We look forward to working closely with Sina Sports to maximize publicity for the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup in New Zealand and Australia.”

China is the country that won last year’s Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Women’s Asian Cup by defeating Korea. FIFA plans to sign a broadcast rights contract with the strongest Asian women’s football team and look forward to promoting the Women’s World Cup.

The Korean women’s national soccer team, led by head coach Colin Bell, will also participate in this World Cup. Korea belongs to Group H with France, Morocco and Colombia and aims to advance to the round of 16. The upcoming World Cup is Korea’s fourth World Cup. In 2015, he reached the round of 16 for the first time.

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