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How To Watch The 2023 Women’s World Cup Final (Spain vs England)

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If you haven’t been watching the 2023 Women’s World Cup so far, but are interested in checking out the final this weekend, here’s what you need to know, including how to stream the match live.

The Women’s World Cup kicked off on July 20 and the majority of the 64 games have now been played. The last of those games will take place over this weekend with Sweden taking on Australia on Saturday to determine who finishes third, and Spain taking on England on Sunday to determine who will be crowned overall champions.

The final between Sweden and England will kick off at 8pm local time. As a result, those on the West coast can expect the game to begin at 3am PT, while those on the East coast can set their alarms for a 6am ET kick off.

Spain vs. England match summary:

  • When: Sunday, August 20, 2023
  • Kick off time: 6:00 AM ET/3:00 AM PT
  • Watch live (US): Fox/Telemundo

Watch the 2023 Women’s World Cup final on Fox

Regardless of where you plan to watch the game from within the United States, you will need access to Fox. If you already get Fox as an over-the-air channel, then you should be good to go.

If you don’t currently have access to the channel, then you might need to consider signing up to a live TV streaming service that includes Fox.

All of the live TV streaming services listed below offer Fox and are priced from the cheapest to the most expensive.

ServiceCost p/m
Sling TV* (Blue)$40
Hulu Live TV$69.99
Vidgo$69.99
YouTube TV$72.99
DirecTV Stream**$74.99
Fubo$74.99
*select locations, **watch on Telemundo

While Sling Blue is the cheapest option overall, it is worth being aware that Sling currently only offers access to Fox in select locations, so you may want to check availability before signing up.

Sling Blue
Sling TV new app
$40/month
40 channels
3 streams
50 hours DVR
50% Off Your First Month

In addition, and while DirecTV Stream does technically offer access to Fox, a good number of those local stations are currently unavailable due a dispute with Nexstar. Due to this, many DirecTV Stream subscribers will likely need to watch this weekend’s matches on Telemundo instead.

DirecTV Stream
Directv stream live guide$80+
75+ channels
20 streams (at home)
Unlimited DVR
5 Days Free

You can watch on Peacock (in Spanish)

If you’re not really in the market for a live TV streaming service, then one option is to catch the game on Peacock. While Fox holds the English-language rights to the Women’s World Cup, Telemundo holds the Spanish-language rights, and that’s good news for Peacock subscribers.

Peacock has already been showing every live game in Spanish and this won’t change for the final. Peacock offers two main plans to choose from, Premium and Premium Plus, and both unlock access to the Women’s World Cup third-place and final matches.

With the cheapest plan, priced at just $5.99 a month, Peacock is a much cheaper option overall.

Peacock
Peacock channels$5.99/$11.99 a month
80,000+ hours on demand
Live sports
3 Streams
Sign Up

Peacock is also the streaming home for English Premier League matches as well, and with the new season having now started, those signing up to the service to watch the 2023 Women’s World Cup final will also have access to plenty of Premier League action over the weekend, and for as long as they remain a subscriber.

John Finn

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