Women’s World Cup Round of 16 kick off times and TV coverage: Gunners Down Under

Twelve of the fifteen Arsenal players at the World Cup have qualified for the knockout stages

Women’s World Cup Round of 16 kick off times and TV coverage: Gunners Down Under

Alessia Russo scored for England in their third Group Stage game, a 6-1 win over China. Credit-

The group stage of the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup has surpassed all expectations, with thrilling games, underdog upsets and most notably some of the top ranked teams knocked out at the first hurdle.

Canada, Brazil and Germany will all be flying home early after failing to qualify for the knockout stages. Arsenal’s Canadian striker Cloe Lacasse and goalkeeper Sabrina D’Angelo, along with Ireland captain Katie McCabe, are the three Gunners to be exiting the competition following the conclusion of the group stage on Thursday.

The Round of 16 gets underway on Saturday, with twelve Arsenal players involved across seven teams. One game sees Arsenal team mates go up against each other, with Australia taking on Denmark.

Here is the full schedule for Round of 16 games involving Arsenal players, as well as the broadcasters that will show each game in the UK.

5 August, 6:00: Spain v Switzerland (Noelle Maritz, Lia Walti)- BBC

5 August, 9:00: Japan v Norway (Frida Maanum)- ITV

6 August, 3:00: Netherlands (Victoria Pelova) v South Africa- BBC

6 August, 10:00: USA v Sweden (Amanda Ilestedt, Lina Hurtig, Stina Blackstenius)- ITV

7 August, 8:30: England (Alessia Russo, Lotte Wubben-Moy) v Nigeria- BBC

7 August, 11:30: Australia (Caitlin Foord, Steph Catley) v Denmark (Kathrine Kuhl)- BBC

The two remaining Round of 16 ties, between Colombia and Jamaica, and France and Morocco, take place on 8 August, with no Arsenal involvement.

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