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Women’s Hockey World Cup 2022: fixtures, results, matches and how to watch on TV

Where to watch the FIH Hockey World Cup on TV, which channels and all you need to know about the 2022 tournament in Spain and Netherlands between July 1-17.

Pool A: Netherlands, Germany, Ireland, Chile
Pool B: England, New Zealand, India, China
Pool C: Argentina, Spain, Korea, Canada
Pool D: Australia, Belgium, Japan, South Africa

Pools & Match schedule |All times local

Fri July 1
Spain 4 Canada 1, Terrassa – 21:30 (20:30 UK)

Sat July 2
NZ 2 China 2, Amsterdam – 2pm (1pm UK)
Germany 4 Chile 1, Amsterdam – 16:30
Argentina 4 Korea 0, Terrassa – 6pm
Netherlands 5 Ireland 1, Amsterdam – 19:30
Australia 2 Japan 0, Terrassa – 21:30

Sun July 3
Belgium 4 South Africa 1, Terrassa – 3pm
England 1 India 1, Amsterdam – 16:30
Korea 3 Canada 2, Terrassa – 6pm
Germany 1 Netherlands 3, Amsterdam – 19:30
Spain 1 Argentina 4, Terrassa – 21:30

Mon July 4
Rest Day

AMSTERDAM 2022 Women’s World Cup Spain & Netherlands 12 Ireland v Chile (Pool A) Picture: Chile squad sing the national anthem with their fans in the background WORLDSPORTPICS COPYRIGHT FRANK UIJLENBROEK

Tues July 5
Ireland 0 Chile 1, Amsterdam – 2pm
India 1 China 1, Amsterdam – 16:30
Japan 3 South Africa 1, Terrassa – 6pm
NZ 3 England 1, Amsterdam – 19:30
Belgium 0 Australia 2, Terrassa – 21:30

Weds July 6
Ireland 0 Germany 3, Amsterdam – 16:30
Japan 0 Belgium 3, Terrassa – 6pm
Netherlands 3 Chile 1, Amsterdam – 19:30
Australia 2 South Africa 1, Terrassa – 21:30

Thurs July 7
England 2 China 0, Amsterdam – 16:30
Argentina 7 Canada 1, Terrassa – 6pm
India 4 NZ 3, Amsterdam – 19:30
Korea 1 Spain 4, Terrassa – 21:30

Fri July 8
Rest Day

Sat July 9
Cross-over matches:
Germany 1 South Africa 0, Amsterdam – 5pm
Belgium 5 Chile 0, Amsterdam – 19:30

Sun July 10
Ireland 2 SA 0, Amsterdam – 1pm
China 3 Chile 0, Amsterdam – 15:30
Cross-overs:
England 5 Korea 0, Terrassa – 6pm
Spain 1 India 0, Terrassa – 21:30

Mon July 11
Canada 1 India 1 (2-3 SO), Terrassa – 6pm
Japan 3 Korea 2, Terrassa – 21:30

Tues July 12
South Africa 0 Chile 1, Amsterdam – 12pm
Ireland 1 v China 3 – 14:30
Quarter-Finals
NZ 0 Germany 1, Amsterdam – 5pm
Netherlands 2 Chile 1, Amsterdam – 19:30

Weds July 13
Canada v Korea, Terrassa – 2pm
India v Japan, Terrasa – 16:30
Quarter-Finals
Argentina 1 England 0, Terrassa – 7pm
Australia 2 Spain 0, Terrassa – 21:30

Eva de Goede in control and possession against Germany PIC: Worldsportpics

Thurs July 14
Rest Day

Fri July 15
Rest Day

Sat July 16
SEMI-FINALS, TERRASSA
Netherlands 1 Australia 0 – 18:30
Argentina 2 (4) Germany 2 (2) – 21:30

Sun July 17
FINALS DAY, TERRASSA
Third v Fourth 6:30pm
Final 9:30pm

HOW TO WATCH ON TV IN UK AND IRELAND

BT Sport will broadcast all matches

Matches will be shown across BT Sport 1 / BT Sport 2 / BT Sport 3 and BT Sport ESPN.

BT Sport will also be showing action from across the entire tournament as the best teams in the world go head to head.

The simplest way to join BT Sport is with a BT Sport Monthly Pass. It costs £25 with no contract.

RTÉ News Channel will broadcast Ireland’s Pool games.

In Asia, the Women’s World Cup will be broadcast on Star Sports Network, live streaming will be available on Disney + Hotstar.

In Australia, Fox Sports and/or Kayo.

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