THE Women's World Cup 2023 is reaching a thrilling finale in Sydney, and we now the participants.
England are through to a World Cup final for the first time since 1966 after a stunning semi-final win over hosts Australia.
Spain will be their opponents after their victory over Sweden.
All is set for an absolute cracker of a final with both teams in the Women's World Cup final for the first time.
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When is the Women's World Cup final?
The Women's World Cup final takes place on Sunday, August 20.
The big match will kick off at 11am BST. This is 8pmlocal time in Sydney.
Stadium Australia in Sydney plays host.
What live stream and TV channel is the Women's World Cup final on?
The Women's World Cup final will be broadcast live on both BBC and ITV 1.
Coverage starts at 10am.
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Women's World Cup Golden Boot standings
- Hinata Miyazawa – Japan – 5
- Kadidiatou Diani – France – 4
- Alexander Popp – Germany – 4
- Jill Roord – Netherlands – 4
- Lauren James – England – 3
- Aitana Bonmati – Spain – 3
- Alba Redondo – Spain – 3
- Ary Borges – Brazil – 3
- Jenni Hermoso – Spain – 3
- Eugenie Le Sommer – France – 3
- Sophie Haug – Norway – 3
- Hayley Raso – Australia – 3
- Amanda Ilestedt – Sweden – 3
- Mina Tanaka – Japan – 2
- Thembi Kgatlana – South Africa – 2
- Riko Ueki – Japan – 2
- Hildah Magaia – South Africa – 2
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