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2023 Women’s World Cup: Final game thread — Spain vs. England

Final day. Trophy on the line. Who you got?

Australia v England: Semi Final - FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023 Photo by Naomi Baker - The FA/The FA via Getty Images

It’s Spain and England in the Final of the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup!

Bayern Munich star Georgia Stanway headlines (for us, at least) an England team that has been on a tear lately. Defending EURO champs, now World Cup finalists...can the Lionesses do the double?

If so, they’ll have to get through a very impressive Spanish side. A potential win for Spain elicits complicated feelings. Will it mean vindication for a coach the players rebelled against but whom the federation sided with? Or more power and visibility for a burgeoning domestic league, with teams like FC Barcelona making regular Champions League runs?

Today’s lineup

  • Spain vs. England | 6:00 AM EST

TV/Streaming: Fox/FS1 (US); NBC Universo/Peacock (US - Spanish); BBC/ITV (UK); Find Your Country

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A look back to our Germany coverage from the tournament here:

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