The ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup has arrived with the tournament’s first run in five years.
England are defending champions after winning at home in 2017. They beat India by seven points in a fierce final at Lord’s.
Time has passed, the world is a different place and the excitement is only set to grow as the prestige of women’s football continues to blossom.
This year’s tournament is being held across New Zealand, but ocean rivals Australia are eager to go all the way and claim their seventh title.
Only three teams have won the Women’s Cricket World Cup in 11 editions. India look the most likely to break through the elite field, but Australia, New Zealand and England should once again provide formidable opposition.
Sky Sports will be showing live coverage of the Women’s Cricket World Cup over the next few weeks and we can’t wait to enjoy every moment on TV.
RadioTimes.com brings you all the details you need to know on how to watch the Women’s Cricket World Cup including full fixture list, TV schedule, channel info, dates and times.
Watch the Women’s Cricket World Cup on TV
You can watch the Women’s Cricket World Cup live on sky sports Cricket or online via the Sky Go app.
You can add individual channels such as Sky Sports Cricket for just £18 per month combined or choose the full sports package for just £25 per month.
If you don’t have Sky, you can watch the tournament via NOW. You can get a Daily membership for £9.99 or a Monthly membership for £33.99, all without the need for a contract. NOW can be streamed through a computer or apps found on most smart TVs, phones and consoles.
2022 Women’s Cricket World Cup Schedule
England time. Every game live Sky Sports Cricket.
Friday March 4
New Zealand v West Indies, Mount Maunganui (1am)
Bangladesh – South Africa, Dunedin (22:00)
Saturday March 5
Australia v England, Hamilton (1am)
Sunday March 6
Pakistan vs India, Mount Maunganui (1am)
New Zealand – Bangladesh, Dunedin (10 p.m.)
tuesday march 8
Australia v Pakistan, Mount Maunganui (1am)
West Indies v England, Dunedin (10 p.m.)
Thursday March 10
New Zealand – India, Hamilton (1am)
Friday March 11
Pakistan vs South Africa, Mount Maunganui (1am)
Saturday March 12
West Indies vs. India, Hamilton (1am)
New Zealand – Australia, Wellington (10 p.m.)
Sunday March 13
Pakistan-Bangladesh, Hamilton (22h)
Monday March 14
South Africa v England, Mount Maunganui (1am)
Australia v West Indies, Wellington (10 p.m.)
Wednesday March 16
England v India, Mount Maunganui (1am)
Thursday March 17
New Zealand – South Africa, Hamilton (1am)
Bangladesh v West Indies, Mount Maunganui (10pm)
Saturday March 19
India vs Australia, Auckland (1am)
New Zealand – England, Auckland (10 p.m.)
Monday March 21
West Indies vs. Pakistan, Hamilton (1 a.m.)
South Africa vs Australia, Wellington (Basin Reserve) (10 p.m.)
tuesday march 22
India v Bangladesh, Hamilton (1am)
Wednesday March 23
South Africa v West Indies, Wellington (10 p.m.)
Thursday March 24
England v Pakistan, Christchurch (1am)
Bangladesh v Australia, Wellington (10 p.m.)
Friday March 25
New Zealand – Pakistan, Christchurch (10 p.m.)
Saturday March 26
England v Bangladesh, Wellington (10pm)
Sunday March 27
India vs South Africa, Christchurch (2am)
Tuesday 29 March
First semi-final, Wellington (11 p.m.)
Thursday, March 31st
Second semi-final, Christchurch (2am)
Sunday April 3
Final, Christchurch (2am)
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