The Women's World Cup 2023 kicks off on Thursday, July 20 with England Women hoping they can emerge victorious for the first time in their history.

In 2022 the Lionesses won the Women's Euros, beating Germany 2-1 at Wembley Stadium, and now will be aiming to follow that up with World Cup success.

The 2023 World Cup is being hosted in Australia and New Zealand, and as a result most matches will be starting in the morning in UK time.

If you want to know when to watch England Women's World Cup matches on TV, you can find out below.

When will England Women's World Cup matches be on TV?

England will take on Haiti in their opening group game on Saturday, July 22 which will kick off at 10.30am.

Following that they will face Denmark at 9.30am on Friday, July 28 before finishing up with China at 12pm on Tuesday, August 1.

These matches are currently scheduled to be shown on the following channels:

  • England vs Haiti at 10.30am on Saturday, July 22 - ITV1
  • England vs Denmark at 9.30am on Friday, July 28 - BBC One
  • China vs England at 12pm on Tuesday, August 1 - ITV1

Should England make it through the Group Stage TV schedules will be updated for what channel their remaining knockout games will be on.

England Women's odds to win World Cup 2023

On the site, Oddschecker England are currently at 5/2 odds to go all the way and win the 2023 World Cup.

Meanwhile, the current champions in the United States are recorded at 11/4 odds, whilst Spain is at 13/2 and losing Euros finalist Germany is at 9/2.

As a final combo, England and the United States are seen as the most likely pair, currently at 6/1 odds.

Following that there are 10/1 odds for France vs the United States, England vs Spain and Germany vs the United States.