List of ICC Women's World Cup Qualifier 2021 TV channels

List of ICC Women’s World Cup Qualifier 2021 TV channels around the world and where to watch the live broadcast?

The ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup The 2021 Qualifier will begin on Sunday, November 21. The matches are in Zimbabwe with three places up for grabs for the 2022 World Cup. Check the list of ICC Women’s World Cup Qualifier 2021 TV channels around the world.

Subcontinental rivals Pakistan and Bangladesh, and European competitors Ireland and the Netherlands square off in opening day action.

Host Zimbabwe faces Thailand, while the West Indies face PNG in the other two matches of the day. Also, check out all ICC Women’s World Cup 2021 qualifier team rosters.

Sri Lanka plays its first match against the Netherlands. The United States will face Bangladesh between matches on the second day.

Four venues will host the group stage, with four games each day. These are Old Hararians, Harare Sports Club, Sunrise Cricket Club, and Takashinga Cricket Club. The Country Club will host a warm-up, along with the other grounds, on November 19.

Check out the list of TV channels broadcasting the matches around the world along with living streaming information.

ICC Women’s World Cup Qualifier TV Channels 2021

ICC granted Star Sports the global broadcast rights for all ICC 2015-2023 events. This included exclusive live and featured rights on all platforms for major ICC events. Events include the ICC Cricket World Cup, ICC Women’s World Cup, ICC World Twenty20, ICC Champions Trophy, and ICC U19 Cricket World Cup. Qualifying matches for the tournament will be broadcast live.

ICC has a long-standing relationship with Star Sports, who between 2007 and 2015 had the global broadcast rights along with ESPN as ESPN Star Sports for all major ICC events.

Star Sports, the sports streaming network owned by 21st Century Fox through its subsidiaries STAR TV and Fox International Channels, primarily broadcasts to India, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Maldives, Nepal, and Sri Lanka (India and Indian subcontinent) with a greater reach in East Asia on specific channels.

Digital broadcast information

The ICC will help attract fans to the tournament through comprehensive digital coverage. The matches will be covered live on

There will be scores, match recaps, and player characteristics on and the official ICC app.