Women's World Cup 2023 live stream
Today’s Women's World Cup 2023 final - England vs Spain - is available to watch for free in the UK on both BBC One and ITV, and online on BBC iPlayer and ITVX. You can also watch the Women's World Cup 2023 on Fox Sports in the USA, and on Optus Sport in Australia. Use a VPN to watch your local free stream from anywhere if you happen to be away from home. Full details on how to watch the Women's World Cup 2023 on TV just below.
- UK: FREE live stream on BBC iPlayer/ITVX
- AUS: FREE live stream on 7Plus
- USA: Fox Sports
- Watch any local stream with ExpressVPN
Women's World Cup 2023 live stream: preview
England and Spain are both aiming to win the FiFA Women’s World Cup title for first time today (kick-off at 11:00 BST). The Lionesses could become the first English football team to win senior final on world stage since 1966.
Spain made it through to Sunday's final after beating Sweden 2-1 yesterday. England beat Australia 3-1 with some lovely touches from the Lionesses to book their place in the England vs Spain World Cup final. Full schedule below.
Ten stadiums across nine cities – five in Australia and four in New Zealand – will play host to 32 of the best teams on the planet, with defending champions the USA hoping to lift the trophy for a fifth time and make it three wins in a row. They will face stiff competition from a number of European sides, including Germany, Spain, France, Sweden, the Netherlands and European champions England, although many squads will be without key players through injury.
Fran Kirby, Beth Mead and Leah Williamson will all be absent for the Lionesses, but Rachel Daly is in the form of her life. Arsenal's Dutch star Vivianne Miedema is out with a knee injury, and French winger Delphine Cascarino will also be watching at home on TV, while America's trio of Catarina Macario, Mallory Swanson and captain Becky Sauerbrunn all have fitness issues that will keep them off the pitch.
With the competition expanded to 32 teams for the first time, there are also a number of underdogs hoping to make their mark. Ireland, Zambia and Portugal may be out but Jamaica are through to the Women's World Cup knockout stages for the first time ever. They play Columbia for a place in the quarter-finals.
The Women's World Cup wraps up with the final on Sunday, 20th August. Make sure you know how to watch a Women's World Cup live stream from anywhere in the world.
UK: Women's World Cup 2023 free live stream
Coverage of the Women's World Cup 2023 will be split between the BBC and ITV in the UK, with both channels showing the final on 20th August.
For games on the Beeb, you can tune in via BBC One, BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport website in HD, while ITV will be showing its matches on ITV 1, ITV 4 and streaming on ITVX.
UK football fans, whether at home or in another country, can tune into the Women's World Cup 2023 online for free on ITVX. Outside the UK at the moment? Use a VPN to watch ITVX from abroad.
We recommend ExpressVPN as it comes with a risk-free 30-day money-back guarantee. Full details on how to use a VPN below.
Watch a Women's World Cup 2023 live stream from anywhere
You won't be able to watch your regular Women's World Cup 2023 live stream while traveling abroad. The streaming service will spot that you're in a foreign country and block you. You can use a VPN (virtual private network) to get around this, though.
It's a straightforward piece of software which sets your device to appear as if it's in the right country, allowing you to watch any Women's World Cup 2023 live stream from anywhere in the world.
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2. Open up the VPN app and choose the location of the service you wish to access. For the Women's World Cup 2023, you may wish to choose 'UK' for BBC iPlayer, BBC Sport, or ITVX.
USA: watch Women's World Cup 2023 live stream
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Australia: watch Women's World Cup 2023 live stream
If you're in Australia, local TV network Channel 7, and streaming service 7 Plus, will provide full coverage of the FIFA Women's World Cup 2023. You can also watch on paid streaming service Optus Sport (AU$24.99 monthly or AU$199 annually).
Stuck away from your home in Oz at the moment? You'll need to use a VPN to access your Women's World Cup live stream on Optus Sport without being geo-blocked.
Women's World Cup 2023 free live stream on 7Plus
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Women's World Cup 2023 – groups
Group A: New Zealand, Norway, Philippines, Switzerland
Group B: Australia, Canada, Nigeria, Republic of Ireland
Group C: Costa Rica, Japan, Spain, Zambia
Group D: China, Denmark, England, Haiti
Group E: Netherlands, Portugal, USA, Vietnam
Group F: Brazil, France, Jamaica, Panama
Group G: Argentina, Italy, South Africa, Sweden
Group H: Colombia, Germany, South Korea, Morocco
Women's World Cup 2023 – date & TV times
All times BST (UK time)
Thursday 20th July
New Zealand 1 – 0 Norway
Australia 1 – 0 Republic of Ireland
Friday 21st July
Nigeria 0-0 Canada
Philippines 0-2 Switzerland
Spain 3-0 Costa Rica
Saturday 22nd July
USA 3-0 Vietnam
Zambia 0-5 Japan
England 1-0 Haiti
Denmark 1-0 China
Sunday 23rd July
Sweden 2-1 South Africa
Holland 1-0 Portugal
France 0-0 Jamaica
Monday 24th July
Italy 1-0 Argentina
Germany 6-0 Morocco
Brazil 4-0 Panama
Tuesday 25th July
Colombia 2-0 Korea Republic
New Zealand 0-1 Philippines
Switzerland 0-0 Norway
Wednesday 26th July
Japan 2-0 Costa Rica
Spain 5-0 Zambia
Canada 2-1 Republic of Ireland
Thursday 27th July
USA 1-1 Netherlands
Portugal 2-0 Vietnam
Australia 2-3 Nigeria
Friday 28th July
Argentina 2-2 South Africa
England 1-0 Denmark
China 1-0 Haiti
Saturday 29th July
Sweden 5-0 Italy
France 2-1 Brazil
Panama 0-1 Jamaica
Sunday 30th July
Korea Republic 0-1 Morocco
Norway 6-0 Philippines
Switzerland 0-0 New Zealand
Germany 2-1 Colombia
Monday 31st July
Costa Rica 1-3 Zambia
Japan 4-0 Spain
Canada 0-4 Australia
Republic of Ireland 0-0 Nigeria
Tuesday 1st August
Portugal 0-0 USA
Vietnam 0-7 Holland
China 1-6 England
Haiti 0-2 Denmark
Wednesday 2nd August
Argentina 0-2 Sweden - 8.00am
South Africa 3-2 Italy - 8.00am
Jamaica 0-0 Brazil - 11.00am
Panama 3-6 France - 11.00am
Thursday 3rd August
South Korea 1-1 Germany - 11.00am
Morocco 1-0 Colombia - 11.00am
Saturday, 5th August
Switzerland 1-5 Spain - 6am, Auckland
Japan 3-1 Norway - 9am, Wellington
Sunday, 6th August
Netherlands 2-0 South Africa - 3am, Sydney
Sweden 5-4 (pen) USA - 10am, Melbourne
Monday, 7th August
England 4-2 (pen) Nigeria - 8.30am, Brisbane
Australia 2-0 Denmark - 11.30am, Sydney
Tuesday, 8th August
Colombia 1-0 Jamaica - 9am, Melbourne
France 4-0 Morocco - 12pm, Adelaide
Friday 11th August
Spain 2-1 Netherlands – 2am
Japan 1-2 Sweden – 8.30am
Saturday 12th August
Australia 7-6 (Pen) France – 8am
England 2-1 Columbia – 11am
Tuesday 15th August
Spain 2-1 Sweden
Wednesday 16th August
England vs Australia - 11am
Sunday 20th August
Spain vs TBC – 11am