Its spain Vs England For 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup On Sunday – two football loving nations have a chance to win their first title in this tournament. In fact, this would be the first time since the inaugural tournament in 1991 that two first-time finalists would face each other.

Both teams have faced hurdles along the way, from England’s pre-tournament injury to captain Leah Williamson more stars fran kirby And beth meadas well as a two-game suspension for the midfielder Lauren Jameswho is eligible to return to the finals, Spain’s own injuries and a dose of drama after 15 members of the team sent a letter last fall refusing to play until the climate issues created by head coach Jorge Villada is not addressed.

But both handled the business on the field. Spain departs Sweden on Tuesdaywon by scoring two goals in a span of nine minutes England fulfilled co-host Australia’s dream on Wednesdaytaking Offensive stance with star Sam Kerr Whose fruit was found.

We’ve put together everything you need before kickoff.

Spain vs England 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup Final Preview

How to watch Spain vs England:

+ Match will be broadcast Fox and Fox Sports App at 6 a.m. ET On Sunday, coverage will begin at 5 a.m. ET. full replay FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 results are available on FOXSports.com and the FOX Sports app.

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What to know about the matchup:

+ The women’s final of the greatest tournament of all can be counted on to produce goals, twists, thrills and unexpected joy Provide a worthy culmination to a month of competition,

+ It doesn’t matter which team wins, a first-time champion will be crowned, something that hasn’t 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. Here’s the match by the numbers,

+ Part of the ongoing health in women’s soccer will come from the sport growing in strength and eventually gaining proper respect in the “big” soccer nations. Only a few are bigger than England and Spain. already, visible effect,

+ Since the tournament has reached its final two teams, Let’s look at the possibilities of the big match,

What to know about Spain:

+ Aitana Bonmati knew the truth last summer. Spain was good enough to win a major tournament – but it wasn’t that tough. Not now, believes Bonmati, with very good reason, “This team has become very strong,” Bonmati told reporters. “What we have now and what we didn’t have before is the mindset to win, to believe, to never give up, and above all, to know how to suffer.”

+ Spain’s new goal-scoring hero, Salma Parluelo, was once on her way to becoming an Olympic 400-meter hurdles star. Until two years ago, his focus was as much on track as on football. The football world knows everything about him now.

+ No team is playing a bigger game than Spain at the Women’s World Cup, all at enthralling pace and inspired ideas and innovative objectives. and nobody’s talking about the big game,

Mini-Movie: Spain’s EPIC win over Sweden in the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup semi-finals

+ For 29-year-old Alexia Puteles, who has won the last two Ballon d’Or trophies awarded to the game’s best player, the 2023 World Cup waiting is defined by,

+ Aitana Bonmati doesn’t necessarily agree with the theory that women’s soccer is its own separate entity. To them, excellence is excellence, and excellence is worth emulating. And, because that’s totally Barcelona, There was only one philosophy she was going to follow When it came to the beautiful game. and she wants create a moment like his idol did,

What to know about England:

+ England’s 21-year-old playmaker Lauren James was one of the breakout stars of the tournament’s group stage. She looked set to dominate in the knockout rounds as well. A red card in the round of 16 changed everything; James was sent-off for making an unnecessary tackle on Nigerian fullback Michel Alozi. Now James can only focus on playing the game of his life on Sunday, and not just because the trophy is at stake. After being bailed out by her team, she knows she owes a debt of gratitude to Spain. assuming that she plays,

+ If you could write an ideal script for a player based on how they want to proceed with their tournament, Mary Earps’ story might be this: Formerly-dismissed goalkeeper who won back her spot spent nine hours Has scored just twice in more than a century, winning the penalty shootout, and is loved by his teammates and his army of loyal TikTok followers Has backed up his status as FIFA’s best shot-stopper,

England’s appearance in the World Cup final A royal feud broke out in the houseBritain’s ruling family has come under fire for its decision not to send key dignitaries to Australia for the Games.

+ There is no better time than now to consider what it would mean for England and its battered footballing soul if the women’s team wins in Australia and New Zealand. If any national suffering is to be erased, it appears the women’s team has a great chance of doing so, but it’s a bit more complicated than that. Because this is a different team from men, has a different identity. In short, It’s a unit that works instead of collapsing when needed,

Mini-Movie: Australia vs England in the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup semi-finals

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