The Matildas will look to get their Women’s FIFA World Cup campaign back on track when they take on Brazil in their second match. This is The Roar’s guide to streaming the match online, or watching it on TV.
Kick-off in Australia’s second match of the campaign is scheduled for 2am (AEST) on Friday, June 14 at the Stade de la Mosson in Montpellier, France.
Australia’s campaign got off to the worst possible start as they fell to Italy, and this match against Brazil, who won their opening match against Jamaica 3-0, serves as an almost must-win battle for the Matildas.
Unlike other Matildas matches, the World Cup is worked under a different TV deal in Australia, and there will only be the one way to watch the matches.
If you want to watch the Matildas take on Brazil on TV in Australia, you’ll need to tune in through SBS.
They will broadcast from 1:30am (AEST) on Sunday evening through Channel 30 in high definition or Channel 31 in standard definition.
There are two ways to tune in online for the Matildas second match of the campaign.
If you want to follow every match of the Women’s FIFA World Cup, then the only way to do so will be through Optus Sport. Their sign-up package to the sports package costs $15 per month, however, some Optus customers will have it included in their mobile plan, so be sure to check with your local store or online if you are already with the company.
Otherwise, you’ll also be able to stream the match through The World Game on the SBS website, however, SBS only have the rights to Matildas matches and knockout games from the quarter-finals onwards.
You can also tune in to this match on The Roar from 2am (AEST) on Friday morning with our live blog and highlights of all the key moments from the clash.