Whatever plans you had coming up on Sunday, it's time to cancel them. England have reached the Women's World Cup 2023 final and the nation will hold its breath going into the big one.


The Lionesses face Spain in the grand finale in Sydney at the same stadium they defeated Australia in the semi-finals.

Sarina Wiegman's team has overcome all the odds following a host of massive injury set-backs prior to the tournament, but England are perched on the edge of glory – can they ascend the last rung on the ladder?

Expectations are rising that England can add the World Cup trophy to last summer's European Championship triumph in a golden period for women's football in this country.

The Women's World Cup schedule has been split between broadcasters BBC and ITV in the UK, with every game to be shown live on free-to-air TV, and we've got all the details.

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RadioTimes.com has rounded up everything you need to know about the Women's World Cup 2023 TV schedule, channel details and live stream information.

Women's World Cup 2023 on TV

Every game will be shown live across BBC and ITV for free.

Games will also be available to watch on BBC iPlayer and ITVX so you don't have to miss a moment, even on the move.

You can tune into either platform via a range of devices, including smart TVs, laptops and smartphones meaning you never have to miss a moment.

Check out which channel each match will be shown on throughout the tournament.

Women's World Cup 2023 TV schedule

All UK times.

Third place play-off

Saturday 19th August

3rd place play-off – Sweden v Australia (9am) ITV1


Sunday 20th August

Final – Spain v England (11am) BBC One / ITV1

Women's World Cup results

Group Stage

Thursday 20th July

New Zealand 1-0 Norway (8am) BBC

Australia 1-0 Republic of Ireland (11am) ITV

Friday 21st July

Nigeria 0-0 Canada (3am) BBC

Philippines 0-2 Switzerland (6am) ITV

Spain 3-0 Costa Rica (8:30am) BBC

Saturday 22nd July

USA 3-0 Vietnam (2am) BBC

Zambia 0-5 Japan (8am) BBC

England 1-0 Haiti (10:30am) ITV

Denmark 1-0 China (1pm) BBC

Sunday 23rd July

Sweden 2-1 South Africa (6am) BBC

Netherlands 1-0 Portugal (8:30am) BBC

France 0-0 Jamaica (11am) ITV

Monday 24th July

Italy 1-0 Argentina (7am) ITV

Germany 6-0 Morocco (9:30am) ITV

Brazil 4-0 Panama (12pm) ITV

Tuesday 25th July

Colombia 2-0 South Korea (3am) BBC

New Zealand 0-1 Philippines (6:30am) ITV

Switzerland 0-0 Norway (9am) ITV

Saturday 29th July

Sweden 5-0 Italy (8:30am) BBC

France 2-1 Brazil (11am) BBC

Panama 0-1 Jamaica (1:30pm) ITV

Sunday 30th July

South Korea 0-1 Morocco (5:30am) BBC

Norway 6-0 Philippines (8am) BBC

Switzerland 0-0 New Zealand (8am) BBC

Germany 1-2 Colombia (10:30am) ITV

Monday 31st July

Costa Rica 1-3 Zambia (8am) ITV

Japan 4-0 Spain (8am) ITV

Canada 0-4 Australia (11am) BBC

Republic of Ireland 0-0 Nigeria (11am) BBC

Tuesday 1st August

Portugal 0-0 USA (8am) ITV

Vietnam 0-7 Netherlands (8am) ITV

China 1-6 England (12pm) ITV

Haiti 0-2 Denmark (12pm) ITV

Wednesday 2nd August

Argentina 0-2 Sweden (8am) BBC

South Africa 3-2 Italy (8am) BBC

Jamaica 0-0 Brazil (11am) ITV

Panama 3-6 France (11am) ITV

Thursday 3rd August

Morocco 1-0 Colombia (11am) BBC

South Korea 1-1 Germany (11am) BBC

Round of 16

Saturday 5th August

Switzerland 1-5 Spain (6am) BBC

Japan 3-1 Norway (9am) ITV

Sunday 6th August

Netherlands 2-0 South Africa (3am) BBC

Sweden 0-0 USA – USA win 5-4 on pens (10am) ITV

Monday 7th August

England 0-0 Nigeria – England wins 5-4 on pens (8:30am) BBC

Australia 2-0 Denmark (11:30am) BBC

Tuesday 8th August

Colombia 1-0 Jamaica (9am) ITV

France 4-0 Morocco (12pm) BBC


Friday 11th August

Spain 2-1 Netherlands (2am) ITV1

Japan 1-2 Sweden (8:30am) BBC One

Saturday 12th August

England 2-1 Colombia (8am) ITV1

Australia 0-0 France – Australia wins 7-6 on pens) (11:30am) ITV1


Tuesday 15th August

Spain 2-1 Sweden (9am) BBC One

Wednesday 16th August

Australia 1-3 England (11am) BBC One

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