FIFA+ stream all FIFA matches ( The U-20 Women’s World Cup™ is free-to-air in over 100 countries, giving fans around the world access to new depths of the women’s game; The tournament will be broadcast live to fans in trophy-hopeful nations Brazil, Germany, Ghana and Nigeria, as well as major women’s football powerhouses such as England and Sweden; The 16-team tournament in Costa Rica kicks off with Germany against Colombia on August 10 and the final in San Jose on August 28.

FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup 2022™ to be held in Costa Rica from 10thousand and 28thousand August is set to be streamed live for free on FIFA+ in more than 100 territories, giving viewers around the world new access to the stars of tomorrow’s women’s game.

The matches will be broadcast live on FIFA+ in 114 countries, including Germany, Brazil, Ghana and Nigeria, who are hoping to take part in the tournament. FIFA+ will also be home to UK women’s football fans – England and Sweden.

In addition to live match coverage, FIFA+ will also be home to premium editorial content for the tournament, tracking news, interviews and analysis.

The FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup™ has long been a hotbed for emerging talent, with previous stars including USA’s Sydney Leroux, Germany’s Alexandra Popp and Jennifer Morson, and Nigeria’s Asisat Ashoala starring in Series 3 FIFA+ Original Series, Icons (

Find out more about FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup Costa Rica 2022™ ( now.

Charlotte Baer, ​​FIFA Director of Strategy, Development and FIFA+, said:

“Following a summer that saw women’s football capture the hearts and minds of fans around the world, with continental champions crowned in every major region, we are delighted to introduce the world to the stars of tomorrow at FIFA+.

“For years, the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup™ has been an exciting window into the next generation of superstars in the women’s game, and 2022 promises to be no different. Costa Rica will be a stunning backdrop for elite football and plenty of drama – we’re excited to bring fans around the world closer to the tournament and the future stars of the women’s game.”

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About FIFA+:
FIFA+ is a world-class digital destination for football fans – a one-stop shop that brings to life the best stories the world of football has to offer.

It houses an extensive archive of all men’s and women’s FIFA World Cup™ matches, thousands of live matches every year, interactive games and predictions, and a range of original documentaries, documentaries, talk shows and short films.

Fans can already enjoy feature films, including Croatia: Defining a Nation ( and Ronaldinho (, as well as shorter content , including “HD Cutz.” ” (, “Dani Crazy Dream” ( “Academies” ( and “Badges” (https: //, and by the end of 2022 more than 40,000 live games from all six confederations will be broadcast annually on FIFA+, 11,000 of which will be women’s matches.

Completely free, FIFA+ is available to download on Android and iOS devices, on individual connected TVs and on the desktop in FIFA+.

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