Spain will play against South Africa in the second match of Group B in FIFA Women's World Cup, 2019. This will be Day 2 of the World Cup Tournament. The action will take place at Stade Océane, Le Havre, France. Fans in India who wants to enjoy live streaming of Spain vs South Africa Group B FIFA Women's World Cup match can find details below to enjoy free live streaming and online stream of this game. FIFA Women's World Cup 2019 Schedule Free PDF Download in IST: Fixtures, Groups, Time Table in Indian Time with Venue Details of Football WC in France.
Germany will take on China before this Group B game. Germany, China, Spain and South Africa are in the same group. Spain is positive to go at the farthest in the tournament, however, they will have to start off on winning note and keep the momentum going. South Africa is a new entrant in FIFA World Cup, they might lack in talent, but they consider themselves capable of making it to the round 16. FIFA Women's World Cup 2019: From Teams to Schedule And Venues, All You Need to Know About the Football Mega Event.
Spain vs South Africa FIFA Women’s Football World Cup 2019 Match, Time and Schedule
Spain vs South Africa will take place on June 08, 2019 (Saturday), at Stade Océane, Le Havre, France. This is the second match of Group B of 2019 FIFA Women’s Football World Cup and the start time is at 09:30 PM IST.
Spain vs South Africa FIFA Women’s Football World Cup 2019, Live Telecast in India
Sony Pictures Networks holds the broadcast rights of FIFA Women’s Football World Cup 2019 in India. Spain vs South Africa match will be telecast on Sony ESPN and Sony ESPN HD TV channels.
Spain vs South Africa FIFA Women’s Football World Cup 2019, Free Live Streaming Online available in India?
If you are not able to tune into television for whatever reasons, you can also catch Spain vs South Africa FIFA Women’s Football World Cup 2019 match with the live streaming option available on Sony Liv. You can also catch up on the live updates of the game on the official website of FIFA.
Spain Women's National Football team will be lead by Marta Torrejon of Barcelona. While the South African team will play under the leadership of Janine van Wyk. South Africa team hasn't won any game out of the 10 games they played this calendar year.