Complete and Exclusive Spanish-language Coverage Leading Up to the Live Presentation of the Final Draw on Saturday, Oct. 22 – Coverage Begins at 2 A.M. ET on Telemundo, Universo and Peacock
MIAMI, Fla. – October 20, 2023 – As the exclusive Spanish-language home of the FIFA Women’s World CupTM, Telemundo Deportes will provide complete and exclusive coverage of Final Draw of the FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023 taking place in Auckland, New Zealand on Saturday, October 22. The live simulcast kicks off at 2:30 a.m. ET on Telemundo and Universo and will stream live on Peacock.
Telemundo Deportes will cover all the action with live from the Aotea Centre in Auckland, New Zealand, starting with a pre-draw special at 2 a.m. ET featuring analysis of Telemundo Deportes’ experts who will discuss the different case scenarios for some of the favorite teams. Ana Jurka will host the coverage onsite with the support of Andres Cantor, Carlota Vizmanos, Copan Alvarez and Miguel Gurwitz in studio. Reporter Carlos Yustis will be covering the arrivals and post-draw reactions onsite as well.
Following the Draw, Telemundo Deportes’ experts will present in-depth analysis of the results, plus live reactions, analysis and predictions, and to complete the coverage, Zona Mixta, the network’s late night weekend sports news and entertainment show, will wrap up the action around the Final Draw.
Coverage around the Draw will feature special segments and reports highlighting the most compelling stories around teams, players, rivalries and surprises around the FIFA Women’s World Cup and the teams qualified. In addition, the team on the ground will complement the coverage with content that showcases the culture of the cities that will host the action of the FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023.
Live coverage of the Final Draw will also be available for streaming via Peacock. In addition, Telemundo Deportes’ digital and social media platforms will provide comprehensive coverage leading up to, during and after the Final Draw.
The FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023 will mark the first time 32 teams compete in the tournament. During the Final Draw, 29 teams will be placed into groups along with the three placeholders for the winners of a series of inter-confederation playoff matches taking place in New Zealand in February of 2023. The tournament will kick off on July 20, 2023 in New Zealand and end with the final on August 20, 2023 in Australia.