OL players regretted the absence of television broadcasters in several European countries on the occasion of the Women’s World Cup, which will be held this summer in Australia and New Zealand, but hope to “find a solution.” “I think we will find a solution. It is impossible not to find an arrangement to watch the matches on TV,” Norwegian striker Ada Hegerberg said during a meeting with the press organized by Olympique Lyonnais to allow foreigners to discuss the world. cup.
“It’s Fifa’s job,” the Ballon d’Or player asked. “He’s the best person to talk about. I’ve heard the president say a lot that it’s not enough financially. But is it really always a matter of ‘money?'” 2018. “I know it’s very important to him but at some point you have to find the best solution in everyone’s interest because people want to watch the World Cup.
In 2019, in France, the audience was massive. We want to see the World Cup, she insisted, and now we have to find a solution.” For her part, Canadian defender Vanessa Giles felt we had to “find a happy medium.” It is very complicated because on the one hand, broadcasters have to do more, but on the other hand For women’s football, FIFA is also trying to sell the event at its fair value. It would serve discipline, she said. France team. You have to find someone to invest in France. The French championship’s broadcast quality has been disappointing this season, with matches with only one camera and drops of water on the screen. I hope you do better next season, whether in the D1 or in the World Cup,” added the Canadian international.
“In Germany, it’s the same as in France. It’s not very good. I hope, for women’s football, that there will be a broadcast of the World Cup, the biggest tournament you can take part in, because it’s important that people can take part in it,” said one player. Midfielder Sara Debritz “Watch the matches to get in on the action.” The FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 will take place from 20 July to 20 August in both Australia and New Zealand.
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