The USA face the Netherlands in the FIFA World Cup final this weekend but where and when can you watch the game?
Before we get to see Vivianne Miedema, Danielle van de Donk, Jill Roord and former Gunners Sari van Veenendaal and Dominique Bloodworth take on the States to be crowned World Champions, Beth Mead and England will face Sweden on Saturday.
The two beaten semi-finalists will play each other for third place at the Allianz Rivera stadium with a 4pm (UK) kick-off on Saturday 6 July.
Then, the showpiece takes place on Sunday, 7 July at the Parc Olympique Lyonnais stadium, again with a 4pm kick-off.
Both matches will be shown live on BBC One. Coverage of the semi-final starts at 3.45pm while coverage of the final starts at 3.30pm.
Both matches will also be available on the BBC Sport website, BBC Rdio, and in their app.
Speaking to the media after helping her side win their World Cup semi-final against Sweden, van de Donk had a lot to say.
“I love being underdogs,” said Van de Donk. “It’s the best role you can be in. I like it. I don’t know the English word but I don’t think they [the US] think we’re that good. Underestimate? Yes, that’s it. That is going to be an advantage for us.
“If they do [underestimate us], we’ll show them wrong. We’re going to prove ourselves and show them what we’ve got. We might surprise them.
“You are in the final, so it’s everything or nothing. We’re going to give it everything we’ve got. Whatever the result is going to be, it’s going to be amazing for us.
“We are European champions, not just anyone,” Van de Donk added. “I’m very proud of the team, I’m very proud of the Netherlands and I think we came this far as well because we have such amazing support all the time.
“I don’t think she’s [Alex Morgan] going to score against us,” she said with a laugh. “We’re going to prove ourselves and show them what we’ve got. We might surprise them.”