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How to watch Women’s World Cup 2023 Final: schedule, streaming, lineups

Who will join the pantheon of Women's World Cup winners?

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Who will lift the Women's World Cup trophy this year?
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After 62 games, the biggest, most well-attended and arguably most competitive Women’s World Cup to date is finally reaching its conclusion. The semifinals both saw teams come back from a deficit before a heartbreaking end, with Spain dispatching Sweden, 2-1 thanks to an 89th minute goal by Olga Carmona, while England defeated the hosts Australia, 3-1, despite Sam Kerr coming to life with a wonderstrike to send millions of Australians into a tizzy.

The Matildas have one more chance to show off for their home fans and help cement lasting change for women’s soccer in Australia when they face Sweden in the third-place match in Brisbane. England and Spain will face off in Sydney the following day to see which team will add a star above its crest and join an elite list of Women’s World Cup winners.

How to Watch

The English-language broadcast of the FIFA Women’s World Cup is on FOX, in addition to streaming on and the FOX Sports App.

Telemundo and Universo are broadcasting the Spanish-language coverage, and the Spanish-language broadcasts are streaming on Peacock.

Full Broadcast Schedule: Third place game and Final

Saturday, August 19

Australia vs. Sweden (1 AM PDT on FOX, Telemundo, Universo)

Sunday, August 20

Spain vs. England (3 AM PDT on FOX, Telemundo, Universo)

Join the Discussion

This is your Women’s World Cup discussion thread for the semifinals. Join the conversation in the comments.