The 2023 Women’s World Cup final will take place on Sunday 20th August at the Stadium Australia in Sydney.
The match – between Spain and England – will be shown live on BBC One and ITV1 in the UK.
England are making their debut in a World Cup final after prevailing 3-1 in an end-to-end clash with Australia, while Spain have also reached the final for the first time after a dramatic 2-1 win over Sweden in the semi-finals.
Spain came second behind Japan in their group, but went on to defeat Switzerland, the Netherlands and Sweden to reach this stage. England topped a group ahead of Denmark, China and Haiti and then eliminated Nigeria, Colombia and Australia.
Jo Currie will provides the latest from pitchside.
Emma Hayes, Jill Scott and Ian Wright will be pitchside with reports from Katie Shanahan.
Match commentary comes from Seb Hutchinson and Lucy Ward.
Highlights will air on BBC Three at 7.00pm, and on BBC One from 11.30pm.
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