The Women's World Cup 2023 is here, and with the knock-out stages in full swing, there's plenty of football to keep you busy. To make sure you don’t miss a moment of the action, all the matches are available to watch live across the BBC and ITV. Keep reading to find out more.
Live coverage is led by Gabby Logan, Alex Scott and Reshmin Chowdhury on BBC and Laura Woods on ITV, while expert insight and analysis will come from some of the sport’s best-known faces including former England goalkeeper Rachel Brown-Finnis, former England midfielder Fara Williams and former Lionesses captain Steph Houghton.
Key knock-out stage dates ⚽
- Friday 11th August - first day of quarter finals with Spain vs Holland and Japan vs Sweden.
- Saturday 12th August - the second day of quarter finals sees Australia take on France and England face Colombia.
- Tuesday 15th August - the first semi final will see either Spain or Holland go head to head with Japan or Sweden.
- Wednesday 16th August - if England make it through they'll try to secure their place in the final against Australia or France.
- Saturday 19th August - for those teams who lose their semi-final match, it's not the end of their World Cup journey as they battle for 3rd place.
- Sunday 20th August - the finale of the Women's World Cup will kick-off at 11am.
Learn more about the sport
Lionesses: Champions of Europe
Through the eyes of key figures, including captain Leah Williamson and manager Sarina Wiegman, this documentary relives England’s incredible European Championship triumph in July 2022.
As players and coaches arrive at St George’s Park for an intense 10-day training period, Eni Aluko Rachel Brown-Finnis Rosie Kmita and Mollie Kmita get to grips with their squad.
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