The best women’s cricket squads in the world are in England and Wales for the 2017 ICC Women’s World Cup, and watching a live stream in the United States is easy, even if you don’t have a cable subscription.
For fans in the USA looking to watch, all the action will be broadcast live on Willow or Willow Xtra (you can find the complete list of fixtures here). And thanks to Sling TV’s cricket-focused streaming package, you can watch every match live online.
A full list of international broadcasters and digital platforms for countries around the world can be found here, while you can read on for a complete rundown of how to watch in the United States:
How to Watch ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 Live Stream, Desktop
With more and more people cutting the cable cord, there has been a recent rise in companies offering over-the-top, subscription-based streaming services that allow you to watch a handful of channels for a monthly fee. There is lots of competition, but when it comes to offering cricket, Sling TV is unmatched.
Sling TV’s “World Sports” package allows you to watch Willow HD and Willow Xtra (as well as a handful of other channels) for $10 per month or $80 for one year. Not only will you be able to watch every ICC Women’s World Cup match, but you’ll get several other big events throughout the year. You can click here for the full schedule.
Here’s how to sign up and watch:
2. Click on “Sign Up And Watch Now” and then create an account
3. Enter your payment information. Again, it costs $10 per month, while there is a discount if you sign up for a longer contract
4. Download the Sling app on your computer or mobile device and begin watching TV
How to Watch ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 Live Stream, Mobile & Other Devices
If you have a subscription to Sling TV’s “World Sports” package (read above to learn how to sign up for a free trial), you can watch coverage of the ICC Women’s World Cup on your mobile or streaming device via the Sling app, which is free to download in the following locations:
The Sling app is also available on Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV and Chromecast. You can click here for a complete list of compatible devices.