Women’s World Cup Opening Ceremony 2023: Live Stream, Time, TV List

Welcome to our guide on the FIFA Women’s World Cup Opening Ceremony. This is where you’ll find how to watch the event, its start times, the TV channel list, and details on the performers.

The Women’s World Cup starts with a big opening ceremony – a sparkly show before the first match. This year, talented artists from the host region will be performing.

We’re here to share everything you need to know about this exciting event. Let’s get started!

Women's World Cup Opening Ceremony 2023

Date: Thursday, July 20, 2023
Start Time: 5:30 PM (Local Time)/9:30 a.m. ET/4:30 pm BST/11:30 PM JST
Location: Auckland’s national stadium – Eden Park
Performers: Benee( NZ), Mallrat (AU) & More names coming soon…
TV Channels: FS1 (US) | TSN (CA) | Optus Sport (AU) | BBC, ITV (UK) | Sky Sport (NZ)
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Where is the Opening Ceremony for Women’s World Cup 2023?

The FIFA Women’s World Cup Opening Ceremony will take place at Eden Park, Auckland. Over 100,000 spectators can attend the venue.

In the Women’s World Cup 2023, 6 Group stage Games, 1 round of 16, 1 Quarterfinal and a Semifinal match will also play this stadium.

What time is the FIFA World Cup Opening Ceremony 2023?

The FIFA Women’s World Cup Opening Ceremony start time is 1:00 a.m. EST/5:00 p.m. (NZST)/6:00 a.m. BST.

It is expected that the WWC Opening Ceremony will start 2 hours before the kickoff of the New Zealand vs Norway match.

Women’s World Cup Opening Ceremony start time in Different Countries:

  • Australian Time (AEST): 3:00 PM
  • New Zealand Time (NZST): 5:00 PM
  • USA (EST): 1:00 AM
  • Canada time (EST): 1:00 AM
  • UK time (BST): 6:00 AM
  • India Time (IST): 10:30 AM
  • Bangladesh (BDT): 11:00 AM
  • Malaysia Time (MYT): 1:00 PM
  • Singapore Time (SGT): 1:00 PM
  • Hong Kong Time (HKT): 1:00 PM
  • Japan Time (JST): 2:00 PM

Who is performing at FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023?

BENEE and Mallrat - FIFA Women's World Cup 2023 Opening ceremony

The performers at the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 are BENEE from Aotearoa New Zealand and Mallrat from Australia.

Their performance, set to the song “Do It Again,” aims to embody the unity, celebration, and empowerment that characterize the event.

Which Channel Will Telecast WWC 2023 Opening Ceremony?

The 2023 World Cup opening ceremony will attract many global fans. Because here football and performers fans are very much interest to watching this fantastic event. The ceremony will televise and streamed in various ways across the world.

Here is the same list of broadcasters:

 CountryTV broadcaster
USAFOX, Telemundo
CanadaCTV, TSN
AustraliaSeven Network,
New ZealandSky Sport
MalaysiaRTM, Astro
SingaporeMediacorp Channel 5
Hong KongBeIN Sports, ITV

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How to watch the Women’s World Cup Opening Ceremony Live stream online?

FIFA Women’s World Cup Opening Ceremony 2023 live stream on media Streaming and OTT Platforms worldwide.


FOX and Telemundo will telecast in the USA, so you can use your TV provider details in their official website LIVE section for online streaming.

Without cable, English-language viewers can rely on FuboTV. It offers a 7-day free trial. So if you are a new user, you can use this option.

Peacock is the best option for Spanish-language viewers.


Canadian Viewers can stream the Soccer World Cup Opening Ceremony using TNS/RDS TV provider’s (Bell Media Account) login details on their official website.

If you are a cord cutter or want to watch without cable, subscribe TSN/RDS Direct to watch the FIFA Women’s World Cup Opening Ceremony, 64 matches and pre-game show before every game online,


You can watch the Opening Ceremony live stream free in the United Kingdom on BBC iPlayer or ITVX.


The FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 in Australia will be aired by Optus Sport and Seven Network. Seven Network will telecast 15 key matches including the opening game, quarterfinals, semi-finals, and final on its channel and 7Plus.

Optus Sport, a subscription service costing $24.99 per month, will broadcast all 64 matches. To view all games, subscribe to Optus Sport; to watch selected important matches for free, use 7Plus.

New Zealand

Sky is New Zealand’s official broadcaster for the Women’s World Cup 2023. Opening Ceremony and All matches will be live and on-demand via Sky Sport and Sky Sport Now, while 26 key and New Zealand matches will be free-to-air on Prime.

For Sky subscribers, the Sky Go App allows streaming on any device. Alternatively, the Sky Sport Now streaming service offers access to the Women’s World Cup and other major sports events. The service is available for $19.99 weekly, $44.99 monthly, or $399.99 annually.


1Stadia will provide the option to watch the Women’s World Cup opening ceremony for viewers in India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bhutan, and Bangladesh.


Malaysian viewers can stream the ceremony on Astro Go.


You can watch on StarHub TV+, IPTV and Singtel TV in Singapore.

Hong Kong

Now TV and ViuTV are the options in Hong Kong.

Middle East, MINA, and North Africa

BeIN Sports will service 24 Middle Eastern and North African countries. So Subscribe package from beIN SPORTS CONNECT. Using the BeIN Sports plan, you can easily stream the Qatar World Cup ceremony.

Also Read: How to Watch Women’s World Cup 2023 Without Cable?

Who performed at the 2022 World Cup Opening Ceremony?

Jung Kook & Fahad Al Kubaisi performed at Qatar World Cup 2022.

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