In two separate press releases, the France Télévisions and M6 groups detailed their broadcasts of the Women’s World Cup, for which they jointly acquired the TV rights in mid-June. The event, which will take place in Australia and New Zealand from July 20 to August 20, will therefore see the public audiovisual group broadcast a total of 32 matches of the competition, including the opening match and the final. It will thus broadcast, in addition to the group matches, 4 matches of the round of 16, 2 quarter-finals including that of the French team if it is qualified and a semi-final. The comments of the matches of the French team will be provided by Lucile Guillotin, editorial journalist and Louisa Necib, ex-international (144 caps, 39 goals). The other matches will be commented alternately by Fabien Lévêque, Claude Eymard, Arnaud Mattéoli and Manu Tissier accompanied by Laetitia Philippe, goalkeeper of Le Havre Athletic Club and Charlotte Lorgeré, professional player. Stéphane Lippert is presented on site, for interviews on the pitch during the matches of the French team. On the M6 group side, the M6 and W9 channels will offer half of the matches in the competition, including 24 pool matches including the first match for the French team in this competition scheduled for Sunday July 23 (France-Jamaica), 4 round of 16 Final including that potentially of France, 2 quarter-finals, a semi-final with France in the event of qualification, and the match for 3rd place. On the other hand, the M6 group does not communicate on the commentators of the matches.