In the Sixth Match of the 2019 Fifa Women’s World cup Brazil will be takes on Jamaica on 9th June. As per Fixtures this Brazil vs Jamaica womens football WC Match to be starts from the 15:30 Local Time 9 June While as per Indian Time Match starts on 7-00 PM IST time on 9 June due to time difference. This Group C Match to be host by Stade des Alpes, Grenoble.
Both team will be playing their first game of the competition and looking start with winning note and open the account on the Points Table. Two other team of the Group C are Australia and Italy.
Brazil vs Jamaica Football Women’s World cup Live Stream, Online tv channel Details
Majority of football fans are look to watch the Fifa Ladies world cup opener between Brazil vs Jamaica on 9 June. check out below the list of TV channels who Telecast the Brazil Womens vs Jamaica Womens Match online.
Indian Viewers can Watch today’s Fifa womens WC 2019 Match of Brazil vs Jamaica live on Sony ESPN HD and Sony ESPN channel while online users can enjoy the live online streaming on sonyliv.com website as well their apps.
SBS to be broadcast the free coverage of the Fifa women’s world cup live in Australia while Optus sport paid services all telecast all the 52 matches of ladies soccer world cup in australia.
United Kingdom viewers will be able to catch the live action of Brazil vs Jamaica Ladies footbal wC 2019 game on BBC.
USA Viewers are watch Women’s Football World cup Today’s Match live on Fox Sports, Telemundo, Fútbol de Primera etc of various channel.
TF1 & Canal+ to be telecast the Fifa women’s world cup matches in France country.
Live in Cameroon : Canal+, Supersport
Live in Nigeria : Canal+, Supersport
Live in South Africa : Canal+, Supersport
Live in Argentina : Television Publica, TYC Sports
Live in Cameroon : CRTV
Live in Canada : CTV – TSN *English, RDS *French
Live in Chile : Chilevision
Live in China : CNR
Live in Italy : RAI, Sky sport
Live in Jamaica : TVJ
Live in Japan : NHK, Fuji TV, J Sport
Live in Netherlands : NOS
Live in New Zealand : Sky sport
Live in Norway : NRK, TV2
Live in South America : DirecTV sports
Live in South Korea : KBS, MBC
Live in Spain : Gol
Live in Sweden : SVT, TV4
Brazil Women’s Team Squad
Goalkeepers: Aline (Tenerife), Barbara (Kindermann), Leticia (Corinthians)
Defenders: Fabiana (Internacional), Leticia Santos (Sand), Tamires (Fortuna Hjorring), Erika (Corinthians), Monica (Corinthians), Kathellen (Bordeaux), Tayla (Benfica).
Midfielders: Andressinha (Portland), Formiga (Paris Saint-Germain), Luana (Jeonbuk), Thaisa (Milan), Camila (Orlando Pride), Andressa Alves (Barcelona).
Forwards: Beatriz (Incheon Steel Red Angels), Cristiane (Sao Paulo), Raquel (Huelva), Debinha (North Carolina Courage), Geyse (Benfica), Ludmila (Atletico Madrid), Marta (Orlando Pride).
Jamaica Women’s Team Squad
Goalkeepers: Sydney Schneider (University of North Carolina), Nicole McClure (Sion Swift), Yazmeen Jamieson (Papakura City).
Defenders: Chanel Hudson-Marks (University of Memphis), Konya Plummer (UCF Knights), Marlo Sweatman (Szent Mihaly), Den-Den Blackwood (University of West Florida), Dominique Bond-Flasza (PSV Eindhoven), Allyson Swaby (Roma), Toriana Patterson (ASD Pink Sport Time).
Midfielders: Lauren Silver (Trondheims), Chantelle Swaby (University of Rutgers), Havana Solaun (Klepp), Chinyelu Asher (Stabaek), Ashleigh Shim (unattached), Sashana Campbell (Maccabi Kishronot Hadera).
Forwards: Jody Brown (Montverde Academy), Khadija Shaw (University of Tennessee), Tiffany Cameron (Stabaek), Trudi Carter (Roma), Cheyna Matthews (Washington Spirit), Olufolasade Adamolekun (United Soccer Alliance).
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