Which Women's World Cup matches are on today? Schedule and TV coverage – Wednesday 26th July
Your complete guide to Women's World Cup 2023 matches on today, including kick-off times and TV coverage details.
The Women's World Cup continues overnight into Wednesday with Group B and Group C under the microscope.
Japan and Spain are the big drawers in today's action as they face Costa Rica and Zambia respectively. The Japanese side demolished dark horses Zambia 5-0 in their opener, while Spain toppled Costa Rica 3-0.
Elsewhere, Canada face the Republic of Ireland in a midday game in UK time knowing that anything less than a victory could spell disaster for them with a third group match coming up against hosts Australia.
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We will update this page every day to keep you informed about all the matches coming up today, how to watch them and how things are shaping up for the rest of the week.
BBC and ITV will split the broadcasting rights throughout the tournament, meaning every moment will be shown live on free-to-air TV.
RadioTimes.com brings you the round-up of Women's World Cup 2023 matches on today.
Women's World Cup matches on today – Wednesday 26th July
All UK times.
Wednesday 26th July
Japan v Costa Rica (6am) ITV
Spain v Zambia (8:30am) BBC
Canada v Republic of Ireland (1pm) ITV
Women's World Cup matches this week
Thursday 27th July
USA v Netherlands (2am) BBC
Portugal v Vietnam (8:30am) ITV
Australia v Nigeria (11am) BBC
Friday 28th July
Argentina v South Africa (1am) ITV
England v Denmark (9:30am) BBC
China v Haiti (12pm) ITV
Saturday 29th July
Sweden v Italy (8:30am) BBC
France v Brazil (11am) BBC
Panama v Jamaica (1:30pm) ITV
Sunday 30th July
South Korea v Morocco (5:30am) BBC
Norway v Philippines (8am) BBC
Switzerland v New Zealand (8am) BBC
Germany v Colombia (10:30am) ITV
Monday 31st July
Costa Rica v Zambia (8am) ITV
Japan v Spain (8am) ITV
Canada v Australia (11am) BBC
Republic of Ireland v Nigeria (11am) BBC
Women's World Cup 2023 groups
Group A: New Zealand, Norway, Philippines, Switzerland
Group B: Australia, Republic of Ireland, Nigeria, Canada
Group C: Spain, Costa Rica, Zambia, Japan
Group D: England, Haiti, Denmark, China
Group E: USA, Vietnam, Netherlands, Portugal
Group F: France, Jamaica, Brazil, Panama
Group G: Sweden, South Africa, Italy, Argentina
Group H: Germany, Morocco, Colombia, South Korea
Women's World Cup 2023 stadiums
- Stadium Australia, Sydney
- Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney
- Lang Park, Brisbane
- Melbourne Rectangular Stadium, Melbourne
- Perth Rectangular Stadium, Perth
- Hindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide
- Eden Park, Auckland
- Wellington Regional Stadium, Wellington
- Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin
- Waikato Stadium, Hamilton