Apple News has announced the return of its popular podcast, After the Whistle with Brendan Hunt and Rebecca Lowe for season 2. The new season will bring coverage of the 2023 Women’s World Cup in an exciting and entertaining way.
Season 1 of After the Whistle podcast launched in November 2022 to provide coverage of the 2022 Men’s World Cup to soccer lovers. The show also featured special guests like Jason Sudeikis and Brett Goldstein from Ted Lasso, Steve Kerr, Glennon Doyle, Abby Wambach, Seth Meyers, and Steve Nash.
Listen to Brendan Hunt and Rebecca Lowe recap the Women’s World Cup on After the Whistle Season 2
For the 2023 Women’s World Cup starting on July 20, the preview After the Whistle season 2 first episode will preview on July 19 on Apple News in the U.S. and Apple Podcasts app in 101 regions for free.
Following each “momentous” game, multiple new episodes will release in a week with a recap of all the exciting wins, upsets, off-field moments, break down key plays, and more with special guests.
Eddy Cue, Apple’s senior vice president of Services said:
“We’re so proud that After the Whistle will be back for another season to bring listeners all the action from the World Cup this summer. Brendan and Rebecca’s passion and excitement for the game is unmatched, and we can’t wait for fans around the world to tune in.”
The new season is produced by Apple News and presented by State Farm and interested soccer fans can listen to its trailer in both apps, News and Podcasts.
Furthermore, Apple News users can also follow their favorite teams and keep track of the tournament through the new Sports tab in the app. Their favorites will sync with the Apple TV app automatically to watch games.
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