The Women's World Cup final takes place this weekend in Australia between England and Spain. Here is the kick-off time, stadium location and more.
Spain qualified for the final on Tuesday, having dramatically defeated Sweden 2-1 in the first of two semi-finals.
The second semi-final took place between hosts Australia and England - and contained plenty of twists and turns.
The Lionesses went 1-0 up following Ella Toone's stunning strike from 25 yards.
Australia equalised on 63 minutes through Chelsea star Sam Kerr, who found the back of the net from 25 yards via a deflection off Millie Bright.
England would go on to have other opportunities through Lucy Bronze, who narrowly missed an attempted chip over Australia goalkeeper Mackenzie Arnold, and Alessia Russo, who saw her effort saved.
Lauren Hemp restored their advantage on 70 minutes, squeezing the ball under the goalkeeper from close range.
Russo then made it 3-1 with a powerful low shot after a stunning run and through ball from Hemp, meaning the Lionesses progress to their second consecutive major tournament final.
Whoever reaches the final, however, the Women's World Cup is guaranteed to have a new name on the trophy, with previous winners United States, Japan, Norway and Germany all already knocked out before the last four stage.
Here is when the Women's World Cup final will take place, and where it will be held.
When will the Women's World Cup final take place?
The Women's World Cup final will kick off at 11am UK time (8pm local time) on Sunday, August 20.
Where will the final be held?
The final will be held at the Stadium Australia in Sydney. The stadium has already hosted three knockout fixtures, as well as Australia's opening group stage match against Republic of Ireland.
How to watch the final?
The final will be broadcast by both BBC and ITV in the UK. Presenters and pundits for the fixture are yet to be confirmed.