spain And England I will face to face 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup on the final Sunday at Sydney’s Stadium Australia (coverage begins at 5:00 a.m. ET) with kickoff at 6 a.m. ET on Fox and the Fox Sports app,

No matter which team wins, a first-time champion will be crowned, something that has not happened since 2011. This will be the third time that a country has won the men’s and women’s World Cups. For England and Spain, it would be his second title in any tournament.

Let’s take a look at the European heavyweights, based on data from Fox Sports Research.

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2023 Spain had never won a major tournament knockout game before the 2023 Women’s World Cup. Only Japan (2011) won the Women’s World Cup in the same year as her first Women’s World Cup knockout-stage win (excluding the inaugural tournament in 1991).

2003 This is the first all-European final since 2003 and the third overall. Norway played Germany in 1995, and Germany played Sweden in 2003.

1991 – The last time a Women’s World Cup final featured two finalists was in the inaugural tournament in 1991.

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25.3 — Spain is the youngest team (average age at the start of the tournament was 25.3) to reach the Women’s World Cup final since 1995 (both Germany and Norway had younger teams that year).

19 years 275 days — Spain’s 19-year-old star Salma Parluelo She is the second teenager in Women’s World Cup history to score in a semi-final. For the first time, Kara Lang of Canada was born in 2003 at the age of 16.

19 – of England Lucy Bronze She made her 19th career Women’s World Cup start, equaling Jill Scott’s all-time record. Her 19 appearances in the Women’s World Cup are also the second most in team history behind Scott’s 21.

17 Spain is now the top scoring nation in the 2023 Women’s World Cup with 17 goals.

13 – England remain undefeated all-time when leading after the first half in the Women’s World Cup, now 13W-0D-0L.

7 , alexia russo Has scored seven goals in his last 11 major tournaments.

1 Spain was the only one of the eight quarter-finalists not to win their group.

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