The 2023 Women’s World Cup has officially begun, and football fans around the world are excited for a month of thrilling matches. Among the 32 best teams competing for ultimate glory in Oceania this summer, England is one of the strong contenders. The Lionesses have already showcased their skills by winning the Euro’s and the inaugural Women’s Finalissima in the past year. However, they have never lifted the World Cup, and their journey to reach the showpiece event starts with a match against Haiti later this month.
The Women’s World Cup final is scheduled to take place on Sunday, August 20. The match will kick off at 8pm local time, which is 11am UK time. The day before the final, the third-place play-off match will be held at Lang Park in Brisbane, with kick-off at 9am UK time.
The final will be held at Stadium Australia in Sydney, an iconic venue with a capacity of 83,500. This stadium was built for the 2000 Summer Olympics and will host only one group stage match during the tournament, which is Australia’s opener against the Republic of Ireland.
For fans who want to stay updated with the Women’s World Cup, talkSPORT will provide live commentary of every England game this summer. The coverage will begin with the match between England and Haiti on Saturday, July 22, at 10:30am UK time. Subsequent matches against Denmark and China will also be broadcasted live on talkSPORT and talkSPORT 2.
In addition to live commentary, talkSPORT offers a variety of betting options for sports enthusiasts. They have a daily betting offer where you can bet £20 and get £20 in free bets. This offer is available to new customers who opt in and place a bet with odds of 2.00 or higher within 7 days. The free bets can be used on any sports market and expire in 7 days. Please remember to gamble responsibly.
To stay updated with the World Cup results, fixtures, and group standings, you can visit talkSPORT’s match center on their website. They provide comprehensive coverage of the tournament, ensuring that fans have all the information they need.
So, get ready to cheer for your favorite team and enjoy the excitement of the 2023 Women’s World Cup!
The FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 final will take place on Sunday 7th July at the Stade de Lyon in Lyon, France with kick-off at 4pm BST (British Summer Time). This will be the very first FIFA Women’s World Cup Final to take place in a European nation.
The tournament began on the 7th June, with the eventual champions set to be crowned on the 7th July. Throughout the month-long tournament, twenty-four teams from six continents have competed in a series of group games to decide the two finalists.
The two finalists, who are set to face off in the showpiece match, will be determined following the semi-finals, which are due to take place on the 2nd and 3rd July. This year’s tournament has already seen some close matches, with France, the United States, Germany, and England, all vying for glory.
England – the hosts of the last Women’s World Cup in 2015 – have put in a strong performance so far and are now just two wins away from a chance to be crowned the 2019 FIFA World Cup champions.
Phil Neville’s Lionesses have been in fine form throughout the tournament and will be looking to make it to their first-ever Women’s World Cup final. Fans will be eagerly anticipating the semi-final match, which promises to be an intense one.
Whichever two teams make it through to the final, it promises to be an exciting end to a great month of football. With kick-off for the final set for 4pm BST, make sure to tune in and show your support for whichever team makes it onto the pitch in Lyon.