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Government adds Women’s World Cup, Euros to UK listed events

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The UK government has added the Fifa Women's World Cup and the Uefa Women's European Championship to its listed events regime, ensuring the tournaments will remain on free-to-air television in the country.

The two international women's football tournaments join the so-called ‘crown jewels’ list of sporting events which must be broadcast on linear channels that are available to 95 per cent of the population.

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