Fox Sports Friday: Coverage from 6am of Women’s World Cup announcement

• Commencing from 6.00am will be a wrap-up of the outcome of the decision

The announcement for the hosting rights of the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 will be made tomorrow (Friday, June 26) at 2.00am AEST by the FIFA Council, in the hopes that the joint bid made by Australia and New Zealand will be successful hosting the Women’s World Cup on home soil for the first time for both countries.

Fox Sports News (Channel 500), on Foxtel, will provide the best coverage delivering dedicated live programming following the announcement.

Commencing from 6.00am will be a wrap-up of the outcome of the decision with all of the latest reactions from home and in Switzerland where the vote will be held.

Also at 6.00am, we interview FFA chairman Chris Nikou and Matildas goalkeeper Lydia Williams.

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At 6.30am, coverage continues on Fox Sports News, broadcasting an interview with the Federal Sports Minister Richard Colbeck.

From 7.00am, Fox Sports expert football commentators Mark Bosnich and Adam Peacock will host a one-hour special where they will speak directly with the FFA CEO James Johnson, FFA’s Head of Game Development Sarah Walsh as well as Westfield Matildas player Steph Catley and New Zealand’s player Rebekah Stott.

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