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When is the Cup of Nations? Matildas fixtures, start times, dates, venues, broadcast information

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27th February, 2019
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The Cup of Nations has arrived in Australia, with the Matildas set to battle it out against New Zealand, Argentina and South Korea in matches which form crucial preparation for the World Cup later this year.

Starting on Thursday, February 28, there will be three double-header match days across the eastern seaboard of Australia, with the matches technically classified as friendlies, but still part of a tournament which all four managers will be hoping to gain plenty from.

The first match day, while formerly scheduled to be played at Jubilee Oval in Kogarah, has been moved to Leichhardt Oval due to a poor playing surface at the aforementioned venue.

The second and third match days will be on Sunday, March 3, and Wednesday, March 6, with limited rest for the teams between games, as they travel first to Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, then finish the tournament at AAMI Park in Melbourne.

Australia are favoured to take the tournament out, but under coach Ante Milicic, fans will be intrigued to see what, if any, changes the Matildas will make moving forward.

Full Cup of Nations 2019 fixtures

Date Kick-off (AEDT) Match Venue
Thu Feb 28 4:35pm Argentina vs South Korea Leichhardt Oval, Sydney
Thu Feb 28 7:30pm Australia vs New Zealand Leichhardt Oval, Sydney
Sun Mar 3 4:05pm New Zealand vs Argentina Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
Sun Mar 3 7pm Australia vs South Korea Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
Wed Mar 6 3:05pm South Korea vs New Zealand AAMI Park, Melbourne
Wed Mar 6 6pm Australia vs Argentina AAMI Park, Melbourne

Broadcast information

The only place to watch every match of the Cup of Nations will be on Fox Sports, who broadcast every match on Fox Sports 505.

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Australian games will also be available on SBS Viceland.

If you’re looking to stream the coverage, then you’ll be looking to use either Kayo Sports, the Foxtel App, or Foxtel Now.

All three Matildas games can also be followed here on The Roar with our live blog coverage.