Women’s World Cup 2019 Final Stream Live FIFA Watch Free: We are nearly towards the finish line for this World Cup. The U.S. defeated England 2-1 in a close match on Tuesday and will advance to the 2019 Women’s World Cup final on Sunday. The U.S. will face the winner of the Netherlands and Sweden, who meet in the semi-final match on Wednesday. England will face the loser Saturday to determine third place.
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Women’s World Cup 2019 Final
Place: Stade de Lyon, Lyon
Time: 11:00 am ET
Women’s World Cup 2019 Final Live Stream
Women’s World Cup Fast Facts
- With the win over England, the U.S. have now won 11 consecutive matches in Women’s World Cup play and own the record for the longest winning streak in the tournament.
- The U.S. are the first country to reach the Women’s World Cup final three consecutive times.
- The U.S. also owns these World Cup records: most games played (49), most wins (39) and most goals scored (136)
- England’s Lionesses hold the Women’s World Cup record for most penalty kicks taken (4) and most penalties missed (3)
- Golden Boot race: Both Alex Morgan for the U.S. and England’s Ellen White scored in the first half and are tied with six goals apiece.
The U.S. faced Spain in the Round of 16 in a match filled with controversial calls. The U.S was awarded two penalty kicks and Megan Rapinoe capitalized on both of them. It was the worst performance by the U.S. this tournament, but they bounced back in the Quarterfinals.
In Newcastle, the Screen on the Green in Old Eldon Square will show the final, with fans particularly rooting for the city’s own Carly Telford, Berwick-born Lucy Bronze, team captain Steph Houghton from Durham, Jill Scott from Sunderland and Demi Stokes from South Shields.