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2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup 7 June - 7 July in France

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    2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup 7 June - 7 July in France

    Group A
    France
    Nigeria
    Norway
    South Korea

    Group B
    Germany
    China
    Spain
    South Africa

    Group C
    Australia
    Italy
    Brazil
    Jamaica

    Group D
    England
    Scotland
    Argentina
    Japan


    Friday
    France v South Korea 4:0

    Saturday (HKT)
    Germany v China - 9pm

    Sunday
    Spain v South Africa - 00:00am
    Norway v Nigeria - 03:00am
    Australia v Italy - 7pm
    Brazil v Jamaica - 9:30pm

    Monday
    England v Scotland - 00:00am

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    It is a shame how little coverage this gets

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    Quote Originally Posted by hullexile
    It is a shame how little coverage this gets
    I thoughts it’s on HK CableTV, then I double checked and couldn’t find it Keep you guys updated, maybe I just missed it. Lot’s of off-season footie at the moment and all sorts of live coverage every night but looks like HK came short once again ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by hullexile
    It is a shame how little coverage this gets
    Mea culpa... it’s on CableTV- missed it. Channel 603 Germany v China 9pm live tonight! So I guess the whole Women’s World Cup will be live on HK CableTV. Well done !
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    Kick-off

    Germany v China


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    China with a few great chances but 0:0 at halftime


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    1:0 Germany
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    Quote Originally Posted by hullexile
    It is a shame how little coverage this gets
    Coverage is pretty good in the U.S. as the squad is a serious contender, Alex Morgan is a marketable star, Megan Rapinoe is a gay icon, and legend Carli Lloyd is in the twilight of her career. Lots of marketing angles for media to play up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hullexile
    It is a shame how little coverage this gets
    Also sad that the current best player in the world, Ada Hegerberg, is sitting out her Norwegian nation team. And the best player of her generation, Marta is injured.

    https://slate.com/culture/2019/06/ada-hegerberg-world-cup-norway-protest-why.htmlfbclid=IwAR0BRGH8o6mqtQHFsLoMgmD05RJuegHjE LgEF_ViK_eoFq1BoaYcs_1KbS8

    https://sports.yahoo.com/brazilian-s...135607651.html

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