As the country continues to experience football mania, all eyes will now be turning to the FIFA Women’s World Cup final between England and Spain.
After the Matilda’s devastating loss to Sweden for the bronze medal on Saturday, the grand final will be played at Sydney’s Stadium Australia on Sunday night.
Fans across the country who weren’t able to nab a ticket to the final match will be able to attend one of the multiple live sites, when the Lionesses kick off against Spain at 8pm AEST.
Full list of FIFA festival sites:
- Riverside Green
- South Bank Parklands
- King George Square
The game is also being broadcast on Optus Sport and Channel 7, with times varying depending on location.
For those living in the Northern Territory, South Australia, Tasmania and Victoria, the game will be broadcast on 7 Mate.
Meanwhile, thousands of Aussie fans came out in force to thank the Matildas in Brisbane on Sunday.
Matildas captain Sam Kerr thanked everyone who supported the team throughout the tournament.
“The fans did this. I mean, we would have played the World Cup with one person in the crowd so for you to pack the stadiums every game, it’s been a dream come true,” Kerr said.
“The fans outside our hotel, outside the stadium, sending messages, wearing the guernseys – we see everything, we appreciate everything.
“It’s been an emotional roller coaster for everyone, but it’s been the best four weeks of our lives.”
For those already chasing their next Matildas fix, the team will return to the pitch in October for Olympic qualifier matches.
Three games will be held at HBF Park in Perth, kicking off on October 26 against Iran, followed by the Philippines on October 29 and Chinese Taipei on November 1.
Tickets are already up for grabs through Ticketmaster.