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Soccer: World Cup in Australia and New Zealand live on ORF

Soccer: World Cup in Australia and New Zealand live on ORF


The Football World Cup in Australia and New Zealand from July 20 to August 20 provides a big stage for the world’s best footballers. ORF1 shows all 64 games live – excluding parallel games at the end of the group stage, which can be seen live on ORF Sport +.

“Live events of this scale are the lifeblood of television. Of course, we at ORF provide a suitable media platform for the Women’s Soccer World Cup – even if there is no Austrian team this time. We look forward to exciting matches, great emotions and sports entertainment at the highest level, in which we allow our viewers to participate directly,” said ORF Television Director Stefanie Krois-Horowitz.

ORF sports director Hannes Aigelsreiter said: “We place great emphasis on journalistic support and professionalism of World Cup matches. We are all delighted to have won exceptional women’s football experts in Austria in Victoria Schnaderbeck, Lisa Makkas and Elisabeth Tieber, along with Alina Eberstaler as another colleague in her role as a football commentator. Celebrating the introduction.

Multimedia package

In addition, (including video newsroom), ORF-TVthek and ORF Football Special will cover the World Cup with a multimedia package. All ORF TV broadcasts and telecasts for this summer’s football event will be delivered as live streams across Austria, so fans can follow the games via the web and app as well. On-demand detailed videos and great compilations are provided for “checking out”.

ORF Teletext (from page 200) is about the Women’s Soccer World Cup. All important information, current stories and detailed schedules are provided.

Ö3 provides full time information on World Cup games and results. Abridged sports reports and highlights of major sporting events can be heard during the day as part of “Ö3-Wecker” (5:00 to 9:00) and Ö3 News.

Opening game in Auckland, final game in Sydney

Due to the time difference, most games in Europe can be seen in the morning or morning and afternoon. New Zealand and Norway will meet in the opening match in Auckland on July 20, with the final in Sydney on August 20.