Where to Watch Australia Women’s National Football Team vs Denmark Women’s National Football Team

Where to Watch Australia Women’s National Football Team vs Denmark Women’s National Football Team TV channels and Live Stream – Australia Broadcast and how to watch vs Denmark Women’s World Cup 7 August 2023.

Stadium Australia, now known as Accor Stadium, is set to host an exciting round of 16 clash between Australia and Denmark at the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023. The crucial clash will take place on Monday, marking the sixth match of the knockout stages. . .

Australia began their Women’s World Cup journey with a hard-fought 1-0 win, signaling their intent from the start. However, a surprise situation awaited them in the second game of the group stage, when they suffered an unexpected defeat against Nigeria, losing 3-2. This unexpected result left Australia in third place in their group, on the brink of an early exit from the competition.

Despite carrying the weight of co-hosting the competition, the Australian team showed their true potential in their final group game. In a remarkable display of skill and determination, they overwhelmed defending Olympic champions Canada with an impressive 4-0 victory. This resounding victory not only demonstrated Australia’s prowess, but also underscored their resilience in the face of adversity.

Australia Women’s National Football Team vs Denmark Women’s National Football Team Lineups

Australia v Denmark
Date: Monday, 7 August 2023
Venue: Stadium Australia, Sydney
Kick-Off: 8:30 pm (AEST)
Broadcast: Optus Sport and Channel 7

With the spotlight on the knockout stage and Stadium Australia, expectations are high for the Australia-Denmark clash. The stage is set for a fierce battle, where both teams will stop at nothing in their quest to advance. Fans and enthusiasts around the world are looking forward to this clash as these two soccer powerhouses continue their quest for glory at the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup.

  • US: Fox Sports 1, Universo and Telemundo
  • Live stream: FIFA+, Peacock and fuboTV
  • Australia: Seven Network, Optus Sport 1
  • Denmark: Das Erste, Viaplay, TV3

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