How to watch the Women’s World Cup in Denmark

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How to watch the Women’s World Cup in Denmark
England's defender Millie Bright heads the ball during the 2023 Women's World Cup semi-final match between Australia and England at Stadium Australia, Sydney. Photo by FRANCK FIFE / AFP

As fans prepare for the last two matches of the 2023 Women’s World Cup – namely the third-place playoff match between Sweden and Australia and the final between Spain and England – here's how and where you can watch all the action in Denmark.


Though Denmark, who were knocked out by Australia in the round of 16 stage, won’t have any part in it, there’s still a lot of action left in the 2023 Women’s World Cup as the third-place playoff match and the final will take place on Saturday at 10am and Sunday at 12pm (midday) respectively. 

But if you want to watch the remaining two matches of the tournament in Denmark, there’s good news and bad: both matches will be broadcast, but they won’t be on free-to-air channels.

In fact, the third-place playoff match will be available on TV3+, whereas the final will be on TV3, with both channels requiring a subscription to streaming service Viaplay. 

Price-wise, the TV3 channel can be streamed for 269 kroner per month if you choose Viaplay’s “Film & Serier” package and select the extra channels.

On the other hand, TV3+ is a premium channel, which means you’ll need to get the full package from the streaming service to tune in. This comes at an eye-watering cost of 589 kroner per month.

This doesn’t mean you need to pay a fortune forever though: you can cancel your subscription any time (like at the end of the tournament) if you want to, and you will still have access until the end of the current month, which you’ll already have paid for.

You can also sign up for a free one-week trial with Viaplay but you’ll need to remember to cancel if you don’t want it to automatically upgrade to a subscription at the end of that week.


It should be noted that a direct subscription with Viaplay isn’t the only way to access these channels. You can also get streaming channels through your broadband or mobile subscription packages, which can give you access to services like Viaplay. For more information, ask your provider or shop around.

The broadcasting schedule for the remaining matches is as follows:

Saturday, August 19th

10am Sweden v Australia (Viaplay/TV3+)

Sunday, August 20th 

12pm Spain v England (Viaplay/TV3)


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