The Spanish women’s soccer team will face the England team in the World Cup final to be held in Sydney, Australia.
The FIFA Women’s World Cup is a relatively young championship that dates back to 1991, when the United States lifted the trophy by beating Norway in the match played in China. Like the men’s, it is held every four years and eight cups have been recorded to date.
When, how and where to see the Final of the Women’s Soccer World Cup with Spanish royalty
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The country with the highest number of victories in a final is United States with four cupsfollowed by Germany with two and Norway and Japan with one championship each.
“La Roja” by Jorge Vilda is one step away from making history for Spain and being the big surprise of the World Cup, because despite the defeat they suffered in the first phase against Japan, they managed to recover and reach the final.
Like any important sporting event for Spain, the Spanish royals announced that they will be present in Sydney to support their team. On this occasion it will not be King Felipe VI who will attend, but Queen Leticia and Infanta Sofía, who have shown their absolute support for the eleventh and on previous occasions have attended other matches and training sessions.
The Infanta Leonor will not be able to attend either, because he is already carrying out activities at the General Military Academy, where he began his military training.
For its part, the England team reached the final after defeating the host team of Australia with a score of 3 goals to 1, in the semifinal.
Unlike Spanish royalty, the british royal house announced that he would not be present at the sporting event. The absence of the monarchs generated strong criticism among fans, for which Prince William, heir to the crown, released a video apologizing to the team and the English.
When, where and at what time to watch the game?
The final for the women’s soccer world cup can be seen at o’clock 4:00 in the morning (Mexico time) through the TUDN and Vix signal.