Womens World cup 2023 final tv channels in Kenya

This weekend's enormous all-European Women's World Cup final will pit England against Spain.

The Lionesses defeated co-hosts Australia in Sydney on Wednesday afternoon to firmly secure their position in the first-ever international exhibition.

At halftime, Ella Toone's spectacular goal gave Sarina Wiegman's team the lead.

However, Chelsea star Sam Kerr quickly brought the Matildas on level terms, much to the amazement of the Sydney crowd.

Lauren Hemp and Alessia Russo both scored later to give England, the defending European champions, a stunning 3-1 victory against their old opponents on a special day.

Spain, which overcame Sweden in the opening match of the last four on Tuesday, is also headed to their first Women's World Cup final.

Salma Paralluelo's late goal was cancelled out by Rebecka Blomqvist before Olga Carmona of Real Madrid scored a thrilling late winner for Jorge Vilda's club. 

Before the final, here is all you are required to understand:

On Sunday, August 20, 2023, the Women's World Cup final between Spain and England is set to begin at 11 a.m. BST.
Sydney's Stadium Australia will host the game.

Tv channels to air Women's World Cup 2023

Where to watch England vs. Spain station: 
  •  ITV 
  •  BBC 
  • NTV
  • ZBC
  • GOTV
  • KBC
The Channels will broadcast the final live and for free in the UK,  Kenya, Tanzania and Zambia. 

World cup Live stream

 The ITV and BBC Sports websites, the iPlayer website, and the ITVX app all offer free live streaming of the event for subscribers.

Team News and Predictions 

The important piece of news for England is that Lauren James, who was suspended for two games after being sent off for trampling on Michelle Alozie during the last-16 victory over Nigeria, is now eligible to play in the championship match.

The Lionesses' presence of the Chelsea star is a huge boost, but it also presents Wiegman with an option conundrum after they made it through the previous two rounds without her.

England might carry the day at the FIFA Women's world cup 2023 in Sydney. 

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