ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 TV Channels & Live Streaming

ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 is the eleventh edition of the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup. The One-day International Cricket world cup taking place in England. Which will starts from 24 June and end with final on 23 July 2017. Total 8 teams are qualified to participate in this season and third time hosting by the England. All matches Live coverage provide worldwide, check ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 TV Channels and how to watch Live Streaming

Australia, England, New Zealand and West Indies are being directly qualified in the ICC Women’s World Cup 2017. The women’s cricket fans get ready to watch Live coverage because listed below complete TV channels, who will broadcast the ICC Women’s World cup 2017 matches on TV.

ICC Women's World Cup 2017 TV Channels & Live Streaming

ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 TV Channels & Live Streaming

How are unable to watch Live Streaming of the ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 online. Then don’t worry you have to watch using TV channels of ICC Women’s World Cup.

Indian Women’s fans of the cricket get ready to watch ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 TV then we have listed below complete TV list.

Australia – Fox Sports

IndiaStar Sports

United Kingdom – Sky Sports

New Zealand – Sky Sports

Pakistan – PTV Sports

Sri Lanka – SLRC Channel Eye

Bangladesh – Gazi TV

 USA – Willow TV

Caribbeans – ESPN

South Africa – SuperSport

The Middle East – OSN

Sports Republic of Ireland -Sky Sports

Canada -Willow TV

#Past Winners

The first winner of the ICC Women’s World Cup was England in 1973.  Let’s take a look at the past winners and runners-up of the Women’s World Cup.

YEAR WINNER RUNNERS-UP
1973 England Australia
1978 Australia England
1982 Australia England
1988 Australia England
1993 England New Zealand
1997 Australia New Zealand
2000 New Zealand Australia
2005 Australia India
2009 England New Zealand

#Match Details

  • Dates: 24 June – 23 July
  • Admin: International Cricket Council
  • Cricket Format: One Day International
  • Tournament format: Group stage and knockout
  • Host: England and Wales
  • Participants: 8

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