Who will broadcast the Women’s World Cup matches? So far no one. However, the competition starts three months later until today. However, no media has currently broadcast the matches that will take place in Australia and New Zealand from July 20 to August 20.
“These are the worst time slots for European and French broadcasters in particular”
according to ParisianFIFA does not intend to “sell this leading competition”. However, France is no exception: in Spain, the United Kingdom and Germany, no channel has acquired the rights to broadcast the World Cup. FIFA President Gianni Infantino reportedly rejected several offers, which he deemed “unacceptable”.
The broadcasters’ lack of appetite can be explained in particular by the match schedules in France: faced with an evening crowd, the media fear a shortage of audience. However, the TF1 team has reached record numbers with the 2019 World Cup. However, the competition took place in France. “These are the worst time slots for European and French broadcasters in particular,” commented Vincent Chodel, co-founder of the Sports Business Observatory.
While the French Football Federation is working to develop and professionalize the women’s league National Championship Restructuring PlanThe publishing issue is substantial. “We need you,” Hervé Renard, Les Bleues’ new coach, insisted to the media. Income from the sale of rights is necessary because it is reinvested in women’s football structures.
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