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Women's Finalissima 2023: How to watch England vs Brazil in the UK, TV channel, live stream, full squads

Women's Finalissima 2023: How to watch England vs Brazil in the UK, TV channel, live stream, full squads

All the key details ahead of tonight's Women's Finalissima between England and Brazil at Wembley.

The first-ever edition of the Women's Finalissima takes place on Thursday evening, with England and Brazil in action.

The competition sees the winner of the European Championship, organised by UEFA, face off against the winner of the Copa America, organised by CONMEBOL.

The men's Finallssima was relaunched last year, with Argentina beating Italy 3-0 at Wembley. It had previously been played in 1985 and 1993 before being discontinued.

Now, England and Brazil take part in the women's edition of the match for the first time, with Wembley once again the venue.

Here are all the key details you need to know ahead of the match:

Women's Finalissima 2023: What is the England vs Brazil kick-off time?

England vs Brazil gets underway from Wembley at 7:45pm UK time.

Women's Finalissima 2023: How to watch England vs Brazil

In the UK, England vs Brazil will be broadcast on ITV1 and STV. For ITV, Laura Woods will present coverage, with Karen Carney, Eniola Aluko and Ian Wright on punditry. Seb Hutchinson and Chelsea boss Emma Hayes will be on commentary.

Women's Finalissima 2023: Is there a live stream?

Yes, there is a live stream for the game. ITVX and STV Player will be carrying live digital coverage of the Women's Finalissima.

Women's Finalissima 2023: Who is in the squads?

England have named a squad of 23 to take on Brazil, with Arsenal defender Leah Williamson captaining the side.

The full England squad is as follows (via UEFA):

Goalkeepers - Mary Earps (Manchester United), Hannah Hampton (Aston Villa), Ellie Roebuck (Manchester City)

Defenders - Lucy Bronze (Barcelona), Jess Carter (Chelsea), Niamh Charles (Chelsea), Alex Greenwood (Man City), Maya Le Tissier (Man Utd), Esme Morgan (Man City), Leah Williamson (Arsenal, captain), Lotte Wubben-Moy (Arsenal)

Midfielders - Laura Coombs (Man City), Jordan Nobbs (Aston Villa), Georgia Stanway (Bayern Munich), Ella Toone (Man Utd), Keira Walsh (Barcelona), Jess Park (Everton)

Forwards - Rachel Daly (Aston Villa), Lauren Hemp (Man City), Lauren James (Chelsea), Chloe Kelly (Man City), Alessia Russo (Man Utd), Katie Robinson (Brighton)

The Brazil squad, meanwhile, is as follows:

Goalkeepers - Camila (Santos), Leticia (Corinthians), Luciana (Ferroviaria)

Defenders - Antonia (Levante), Fernanda (Sao Paulo), Kathellen (Real Madrid), Lauren (Madrid CFF), Tamires (Corinthians), Tarciane (Corinthians), Yasmim (Corinthians)

Midfielders - Ary (Racing Louisville), Ana Vitoria (Benfica), Duda Francelino (Flamengo), Portilho (Corinthians), Rafaelle (Arsenal, captain), Andressa Alves (Roma), Duda Santos (Palmeiras), Luana (Corinthians), Beatriz Zaneratto (Palmeiras)

Forwards - Gabi Nunes (Madrid CFF), Geyse (Barcelona), Adriana (Orlando Pride), Kerolin (North Carolina Courage)

Featured Image Credit: Alamy / Andrew Orchard sports photography/Alamy Live News

Topics: England, Brazil, Wembley Stadium, Football