Women’s national team, where to see Italy-Romania decisive for the World Cup live on TV and streaming

The Italian national women’s football team faces Romania in the last qualifying match for the 2023 World Cup at the “Paolo Mazza” stadium in Ferrara to maintain the leadership of Group G

After the large and easy victory obtained by the Italian national women’s football team away against Moldova, the first place goal and direct qualification for the next World Cup scheduled in 2023 in Australia and New Zealand is really one step away.

Switzerland’s 2-0 win against Croatia in the Friday match following the one between Moldova and Italy did not change the situation in Group G which remained practically unchanged. Milena Bertolini’s Azzurre are firmly anchored in first place with two points ahead of Switzerland.

Italy is preparing in front of its public to experience yet another epilogue of a long, difficult, exciting and courageous adventure that will lead it to compete for participation in the next World Cup, after the beautiful exploit of 2019 in France.

The opponent on Tuesday 6 September is Romania – already beaten 5-0 on 30 November 2021 – stable in third place in the group and who now have nothing more to ask for in this qualifying phase except in the event of a simultaneous victory. defeat of Switzerland against Moldova.

The Azzurre come to the match with a strong victory against Moldova which has in fact paved the way for Milena Bertolini’s group who will now only have to make a last but significant effort to once again give themselves the chance to live a world dream.

Appointment at 6.30 pm on Tuesday 6 September will be visible live on Rai Sport + HD and in free live streaming on RaiPlay.

Tickets still available to watch the race. For all information on how to purchase coupons click here. Being there is important for another appointment with the history of the Italian women’s football team.

The first place will be decided in this challenge, with Italy leading by two points, e the Azzurre will qualify directly if they beat Romania. Switzerland must defeat Moldova and hope that Italy loses; the heads up between the two teams are even, but the Azzurre have an advantage of 11 points in the overall goal difference.


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