2018 Women’s Hockey World Cup | How To Watch Live Online

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Update: 6 August 2018, Monday
Congratulations Netherlands for winning the Women’s Hockey World Cup! Netherlands were crowned the winners for a record eighth time after a crushing 6-0 victory over Ireland’s fairytale tournament. Read more about it here from BBC. Up next, the Women’s Hockey Champions Trophy starting this 17th of November, 2018 and the Men’s Hockey World Cup starting on the 28th of November, 2018.

 
Update: 3 August 2018, Friday
Well done to the teams that bested their opponents in the Quarterfinals! We’re now down to the best four teams for the Semifinals. On 4th August, we’ll have Netherlands v. Australia @ 14:00GMT and Ireland v. Spain @ 16:30GMT. Stream it live for free via FIH’s YouTube Channel.

 
Update: 1 August 2018, Wednesday
Well done to the teams that bested their opponents in the Playoffs! We’re now headed for the Quarterfinals against the top seeds. On 1st August, we’ll have Germany v. Spain @ 18:00GMT and Australia v. Argentina @ 20:15GMT. Then on the next day, Ireland v. India @ 18:00GMT and Netherlands v. England @ 20:15GMT.

 
Update: 30 July 2018, Monday
The Playoffs will play on 30th and 31st July for another chance to reach the Quarter-finals. First up, We’ll have Argentina v. New Zealand @18:00GMT and Belgium v. Spain @20:15GMT. On the next day, Italy v. India @18:00GMT and England v. South Korea @20:15GMT.

 
The puck is about to drop in England for one of the most prestigious women’s hockey tournament in the world. The 2018 Women’s Hockey World Cup will be played at the Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre, London with 36 games competed by the 16 best nations in field hockey.
 
Scheduled from 21 July to 5 August, 2018, Argentina, Australia, Belgium, China, England, Germany, India, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, New Zealand, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, and the United States will go head up against each other for a chance to be crowned world champions this year.
 
Live coverage will be available for free through the official FIH YouTube Channel and HotStar (India). Other paid streams are offered via BT Sport (UK), ESPN (Argentina), Fox Sports (Australia), Sky Sport (New Zealand), SuperSport (South Africa), and Eurosport (Spain). Here are the match coverage breakdown for the different countries:
 

The providers in this list have been tested to work with our VPN. Click here for the full list of official FIH Women’s Hockey World Cup broadcasters.

 

Past Years Results

2014 (Champion) – Netherlands
2014 (Runner-Up) – Australia
2014 (Third Place) – Argentina
 
2010 (Champion) – Argentina
2010 (Runner-Up) – Netherlands
2010 (Third Place) – England
 
2006 (Champion) – Netherlands
2006 (Runner-Up) – Australia
2006 (Third Place) – Argentina

 

2018 Women’s Hockey World Cup Schedule & Results

World Cup Period: 21 July — 5 August
Live Stream starting on 21 July (Saturday) at 11:00GMT.
 

Know your timezones? Use WorldTimeBuddy.com if you want to check your timezone accurately. Our GMT timezone is set to +1 (BST/IST).

Group Stage

(Updated: 30th July 2018)
Note: (Q) Advance to a Quarter-finals; (P) Advance to a Playoffs; (E) Eliminated; (H) Host.

Group A
Country Played Won Draw Lost GD Points
 Netherlands (Q) 3 3 0 0 +24 9
 Italy (P) 3 2 0 1 -7 6
 South Korea (P) 3 0 1 2 -8 1
 China (E) 3 0 1 2 -9 1
Group A Fixtures
22 July: 11:00GMT

China v. Italy (0-3) FT

–> FIH’s YouTube Stream

22 July: 17:00GMT

Netherlands v. South Korea (7-0) FT

–> FIH’s YouTube Stream
 

27 July: 18:00GMT

China v. Netherlands (1-7) FT

–> FIH’s YouTube Stream

27 July: 20:00GMT

South Korea v. Italy (0-1) FT

–> FIH’s YouTube Stream
 

29 July: 11:00GMT

South Korea v. China (1-1) FT

–> FIH’s YouTube Stream

29 July: 13:00GMT

Netherlands v. Italy (12-1) FT

–> FIH’s YouTube Stream

Group B
Country Played Won Draw Lost GD Points
 Ireland (Q) 3 2 0 1 +2 6
 England (H), (P) 3 1 2 0 +1 5
 India (P) 3 0 2 1 -1 2
 United States (E) 3 0 2 1 -2 2
Group B Fixtures
21 July: 14:00GMT

England v. India (1-1) FT

–> FIH’s YouTube Stream

21 July: 18:00GMT

United States v. Ireland (1-3) FT

–> FIH’s YouTube Stream
 

25 July: 20:00GMT

United States v. England (1-1) FT

–> FIH’s YouTube Stream
 

26 July: 14:00GMT

India v. Ireland (0-1) FT

–> FIH’s YouTube Stream
 

29 July: 17:00GMT

India v. United States (1-1) FT

–> FIH’s YouTube Stream

29 July: 19:00GMT

England v. Ireland (1-0) FT

–> FIH’s YouTube Stream

Group C
Country Played Won Draw Lost GD Points
 Germany (Q) 3 3 0 0 +5 9
 Argentina (P) 3 1 1 1 +3 4
 Spain (P) 3 1 0 2 0 3
 South Africa (E) 3 0 1 2 -8 1
Group C Fixtures
21 July: 11:00GMT

Germany v. South Africa (3-1) FT

–> FIH’s YouTube Stream
 

22 July: 13:00GMT

Argentina v. Spain (6-2) FT

–> FIH’s YouTube Stream
 

25 July: 18:00GMT

Germany v. Argentina (3-2) FT

–> FIH’s YouTube Stream
 

26 July: 12:00GMT

Spain v. South Africa (7-1) FT

–> FIH’s YouTube Stream
 

28 July: 12:00GMT

Spain v. Germany (1-3) FT

–> FIH’s YouTube Stream

28 July: 14:00GMT

Argentina v. South Africa (1-1) FT

–> FIH’s YouTube Stream

Group D
Country Played Won Draw Lost GD Points
 Australia (Q) 3 1 2 0 +1 5
 Belgium (P) 3 1 1 1 +1 4
 New Zealand (P) 3 1 1 1 +1 4
 Japan (E) 3 1 0 2 -3 3
Group D Fixtures
21 July: 20:00GMT

Australia v. Japan (3-2) FT

–> FIH’s YouTube Stream
 

22 July: 20:00GMT

New Zealand v. Belgium (4-2) FT

–> FIH’s YouTube Stream
 

24 July: 12:00GMT

Japan v. New Zealand (2-1) FT

–> FIH’s YouTube Stream

24 July: 14:00GMT

Australia v. Belgium (0-0) FT

–> FIH’s YouTube Stream
 

28 July: 18:00GMT

Japan v. Belgium (3-6) FT

–> FIH’s YouTube Stream

28 July: 20:00GMT

New Zealand v. Australia (1-1) FT

–> FIH’s YouTube Stream

 

Knockout Stage

(Updated: 6th August 2018)

 
Playoffs Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
 
                           
 
 
 
 
2 August – 20:15GMT
YouTube Stream
 
 
 Netherlands 2
 
31 July – 20:15GMT
YouTube Stream
 
 England 0
 
 England 2
 
4 August – 14:00GMT
YouTube Stream
 
 South Korea 0
 
 Netherlands 1 (3)
 
 
 Australia 1 (1)
 
 
1 August – 20:15GMT
YouTube Stream
 
 
 Australia 0 (4)
 
30 July – 18:00GMT
YouTube Stream
 
 Argentina 0 (3)
 
 Argentina 2
 
5 August – 16:30GMT
YouTube Stream
 
 New Zealand 0
 
 Netherlands 6
 
 
 Ireland 0
 
 
2 August – 18:00GMT
YouTube Stream
 
 
 Ireland 0 (4)
 
31 July – 18:00GMT
YouTube Stream
 
 India 0 (1)
 
 Italy 0
 
4 August – 16:30GMT
YouTube Stream
 
 India 3
 
 Ireland 1 (3)
 
 
 Spain 1 (2) Third place game
 
 
1 August – 18:00GMT
YouTube Stream
5 August – 14:00GMT
YouTube Stream
 
 
 Germany 0  Australia 1
 
30 July – 20:15GMT
YouTube Stream
 
 Spain 1  Spain 3
 
 Belgium 0 (2)
 
 
 Spain 0 (3)
 

 

International Hockey Federation (FIH) Resources

Official Event Page Here.
Full Schedule Here.
Official YouTube Channel Here.

 

Watch 2018 Women’s Hockey World Cup Live Online With Our VPN

Broadcasting rights for the prestigious tournament is far reaching, and FIH themselves will be providing free live streams of the matches via YouTube! However, if you’re currently in a geo-restricted country, then you’ll need to connect to our VPN first before attempting to stream.
 

VPN Connection Setup Guide

1) Sign Up for a My Private Network account.
 
2) Install our VPN on any device that you’ll be using to watch the 2018 Women’s Hockey World Cup.
 
3) Connect to our UK (GBR) servers for BT Sport, Argentina (ARG) for ESPN, Australia (AUS) for Fox Sports, India (IND) for HotStar, Malaysia (MYS) for Astro, New Zealand (NZL) for Sky Sport, South Africa (ZAF) for SuperSport, or Spain (ESP) for Eurosport.
 
Note: Otherwise, to access the stream from FIH’s YouTube Channel, you’ll have to check which country is available for the live stream videos. To do this, you can use the free tool from Polsy.org.uk and check restricted countries for any YouTube videos – simply insert the YouTube video link from the schedule above and it’ll show you a list of countries that it is allowed in. Once you’ve located one closest to your current location, connect to the appropriate VPN server country and start watching the stream!
 

(Update: 20th July, 2018) FIH has published their live stream links and we’ve included them in the schedule above

 

Stream 2018 Women’s Hockey World Cup on FIH’s YouTube Channel (FREE)

Youtube
 
1) Head to the FIH YouTube Channel or download the YouTube app on iOS or Android.
 
2) Search for the live stream and start watching the tournament!
 
Tip: Women’s Hockey World Cup will be airing live from 21 July 2018. Be sure to use the free Youtube restriction checker to see if it’s available in your country first.
 

Know your timezones? Use WorldTimeBuddy.com if you want to check your timezone accurately. Our GMT timezone is set to +1 (BST/IST).

Access Free YouTube Stream via FIH for Group Stage here.
Access Free YouTube Stream via FIH for Knockout Stage here.

 

Stream 2018 Women’s Hockey World Cup on BT Sport


 

BT Sport will be providing full live coverage of the entire tournament. However, you’ll need a paid subscription with them to access their content. Availability: U.K only – Connect to our U.K (GBR) servers first before starting the stream!

 
1) Sign in to your BT Sport account.

Note: BT Sport for iOS and Android will not work with any VPN as the app requires the GPS Location Services to be turned on to work. A VPN spoofs your IP address, but it does not spoof your GPS location.

 
2) Search for the live stream and start watching the tournament!
 
Tip: Women’s Hockey World Cup will be airing live from 21 July 2018 on BT Sport 1.
BT Sport Hockey Schedule.
BT Sport Broadcast News.
Access BT Sport 1 here.
Access BT Sport 2 here.

 

Stream 2018 Women’s Hockey World Cup on ESPN


 

ESPN will be providing full live coverage of the entire tournament. However, you’ll need a paid subscription with them to access their content. Availability: Argentina only – Connect to our Argentina (ARG) servers first before starting the stream!

 
1) Sign in to your ESPN Deportes account.

Note: Mobile apps for iOS & Android are available for ESPN. However, it might require your GPS Location Services turned on to work. A VPN spoofs your IP address, but it does not spoof your GPS location.

 
2) Search for the live stream and start watching the tournament!
 
Tip: Women’s Hockey World Cup will be airing live from 21 July 2018 on WatchESPN.
Access WatchESPN here.

 

Stream 2018 Women’s Hockey World Cup on Fox Sports

Fox Sports
 

Fox Sports will be providing full live coverage of the entire tournament. However, you’ll need a paid subscription with them to access their content. Availability: Australia only – Connect to our Australia (AUS) servers first before starting the stream!

 
1) Sign in to your Fox Sports Australia account or download the Fox Sports app on iOS or Android.
 
2) Search for the live stream and start watching the tournament!
 
Tip: Women’s Hockey World Cup will be airing live from 21 July 2018 on Fox Sports.

 

Stream 2018 Women’s Hockey World Cup on HotStar (FREE)


 

Watch all live games from HotStar for free. Availability: India only – Connect to our India (IND) servers first before starting the stream!

 
1) Head to the HotStar website or download the HotStar app on iOS or Android.

Note: Unfortunately, after testing HotStar on iOS and Android – it appears that they are now blocking VPN connections to its service. However, our MyTelly (Smart DNS) service still works fine with HotStar as long as you’re using a Wi-Fi connection on your mobile device. Contact us via email if you need any assistance.

 
2) Search for the live stream and start watching the tournament!
 
Tip: Women’s Hockey World Cup will be airing live from 21 July 2018 on HotStar Hockey. You will see the live stream link available when the game is on.
Access HotStar Hockey here.

 

Stream 2018 Women’s Hockey World Cup on Sky Sport (NZ)

Sky Sport New Zealand
 

Sky Sport will be providing full live coverage of the entire tournament. However, you’ll need a paid subscription with them to access their content. Availability: New Zealand only – Connect to our New Zealand (NZL) servers first before starting the stream!

 
1) Head to the Sky Sport website or download the Sky Go NZ app on iOS or Android.
 
2) Search for the live stream and start watching the tournament!
 
Tip: Women’s Hockey World Cup will be airing live from 21 July 2018 on Sky Sport 1 and Sky Sport 4.
Sky Sport’s Women’s Hockey World Cup Broadcast News.
Access Sky Sport 1 here.
Access Sky Sport 4 here.

 

Stream 2018 Women’s Hockey World Cup on SuperSport

SuperSport
 

SuperSport will be providing full live coverage of the entire tournament. However, you’ll need a paid subscription with them to access their content. Availability: South Africa only – Connect to our South Africa (ZAF) servers first before starting the stream!

 
1) Head to the SuperSport website or download the SuperSport app on iOS or Android.
 
2) Search for the live stream and start watching the tournament!
 
Tip: Women’s Hockey World Cup will be airing live from 21 July 2018 on SS6, SS7, SS8.

 

Stream 2018 Women’s Hockey World Cup on Eurosport

Eurosport
 

Eurosport will be providing full live coverage of the entire tournament. You’ll need a Eurosport subscription to access them. Availability: Spain only – Connect to our Spain (ESP) servers first before starting the stream!

 
1) Head to the Eurosport’s player website or download the Eurosport app on iOS or Android.
 
2) Search for the live stream and start watching the tournament!
 
Tip: Women’s Hockey World Cup will be airing live from 21 July 2018 on Eurosport 1.

 
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