How to watch the Women's World Cup final between Spain and England.
Spain will play England in the championship match as the Women's World Cup comes to an end after 63 games, innumerable unforgettable moments, and a ton of goals.
On Sunday, when the two countries square off in Sydney's Stadium Australia, everything will be on the line as both aim to win the Women's World Cup for the first time.
Matches are broadcast on the Seven Network and Optus Sport in Australia, while the BBC and ITV have the rights in the United Kingdom.
The FIFA website lists all media rights holders in each nation in detail.
The final will begin at 6 a.m. Spain's tournament got off to a brutal start. In its first two games, La Roja scored eight goals while giving up none.
Spain, however, came in second place in its group as a result of a devastating 4-0 defeat to Japan.
After Switzerland's first-ever knockout triumph, a 5-1 round-of-16 victory over Jorge Vilda's team, closer matches against the Netherlands and Sweden in the quarterfinal and semifinal followed.
After overtime, Spain defeated the Netherlands 2-1. Spain beat Sweden 2-1 in the semifinals to get to the final for the first time.
Ali Landry moved on quickly after her brief marriage to Mario Lopez.