The Women’s World Cup begins on Thursday in Australia and New Zealand. These people accompany the reports of public broadcasters.
The next Women’s World Cup begins in Australia and New Zealand on July 20. For the first time, 32 teams will compete for the title in 64 matches. Public broadcasters ARD and ZDF are on hand to provide comprehensive coverage of the tournament. These are the most important faces in TV reporting.
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