The biggest sporting moment of the year has arrived as the Matildas put it all on the line against England in a blockbuster FIFA Women’s World Cup semi-final.
Follow all the action in the 7NEWS.com.au live blog while Seven and 7plus bring the match to you live from Stadium Australia in Sydney.
Seven’s coverage of the clash will run through to full-time – whenever that might be, should the match require extra time and penalties.
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The Matildas learned their opponent for a potential final when Spain stunned Sweden in Auckland in the first semi-final on Tuesday night.
The semi-final winners will proceed to the final, to be played on Sunday night in Sydney, while the losers will need to dust themselves off for the third-place playoff on Saturday night in Brisbane.
Mel McLaughlin and Bruce McAvaney are leading Seven’s coverage of the tournament alongside an all-star team of football experts, including Elise Kellond-Knight, Heather Garriock and more.
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The Matildas are into the semi-finals for the first time ever. Credit: Elsa/FIFA via Getty Images
Watch Matildas v England
Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane 7pm live on Channel 7 and 7plus
Adelaide 6.30pm live on 7mate and 7plus, 7pm live on Channel 7 and 7plus
Perth 5pm live on 7mate and 7plus, 5.50pm live on Channel 7 and 7plus
Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane 8pm live on Channel 7 and 7plus
Adelaide 7.30pm live on Channel 7 and 7plus
Perth 6pm live on Channel 7 and 7plus
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How to watch and live stream FIFA Women’s World Cup in Australia
Seven will be there every step of the way for both semi-finals and the final live and free on Channel 7, 7mate and 7plus.
FIFA Women’s World Cup schedule and format
Tuesday, August 15 – Eden Park, Auckland
Spain v Sweden
Kick-off 8pm NZST (6pm AEST)
Wednesday, August 16 – Stadium Australia, Sydney
Matildas v England
Kick-off 8pm AEST
Saturday, August 19 – Brisbane Stadium
Loser of Spain v Sweden v loser of Matildas v England
Kick-off 6pm AEST
Sunday, August 20 – Stadium Australia, Sydney
Winner of Spain v Sweden v winner of Matildas v England
Check out 7NEWS.com.au’s dedicated schedule page for easy access to the dates, times and locations of every match.
ROAD TO THE SEMI-FINALS
Spain 3-0 Costa RicaSpain 5-0 ZambiaSpain 0-4 JapanRound of 16: Spain 5-1 SwitzerlandQuarter-finals: Spain 2-1 Netherlands (extra time)
Sweden 2-1 South AfricaSweden 5-0 ItalySweden 2-0 ArgentinaRound of 16: Sweden 0-0 United States (won 5-4 on penalties)Quarter-finals: Sweden 2-1 Japan
Matildas 1-0 IrelandMatildas 2-3 NigeriaMatildas 4-0 CanadaRound of 16: Matildas 2-0 DenmarkQuarter-finals: Matildas 0-0 France (won 7-6 on penalties)
England 1-0 HaitiEngland 1-0 DenmarkEngland 6-1 ChinaRound of 16: England 0-0 Nigeria (won 4-2 on penalties)Quarter-finals: England 2-1 Colombia
Check out 7NEWS.com.au’s groups and standings page and the knockout bracket to track how the World Cup is unfolding.
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