If they win against Spain tomorrow (August 20), it could be England’s biggest football day since 1966.
The Lionesses now have a chance to emulate their success at the European championships last year, with kick off expected at 11am.
Big screens are set to show the match across east London, as well as local bars and pubs.
Here are some of the places you can visit to catch a glimpse of tomorrow’s action.
Hackney/Tower Hamlets – Victoria Park
All Points East festival will host a watch party for the World Cup final with a big screen in Victoria Park.
Entry is free and doors open at 10am before kick-off an hour later.
The festival asked people to register their interest, and promised “delicious street food and drinks”.
Catch all of the Women’s #WorldCupFinal action at our FREE outdoor screening tomorrow in Victoria Park! Grab some delicious street food and drinks to keep you fuelled for all the cheering. All together now, ‘Sweeeet Caroline’ ⚽️
Register your interest at https://t.co/vlQpETIIgR pic.twitter.com/79QObN2lE9
— All Points East (@allpointseastuk) August 19, 2023
Canary Wharf – Canada Square Park
Another free screening of the England v Spain match will take place in Canada Square Park.
Two screens have been in place in the park all summer long so that sports fans can watch their favourite events.
The Canary Wharf group advises that you turn up early as capacity can be reached quickly.
Sports fans can enjoy refreshments from the Grandstand Bar or pick up a picnic from the nearby supermarket.
Walthamstow – Big Penny Social
The beer hall in Priestley Way has 6,500 square foot of event space, yet is almost completely sold out for the final already.
Big Penny Social said that it sold more than 1,000 tickets for tomorrow’s final within 30 seconds of them going on release.
But don’t be deterred – the venue promises that any walk-ins will be given a table if guests who have pre-booked do not arrive for their booking by 10.30am.
Stratford – Bat and Ball
There are 23 screens across the table tennis bar located in Westfield Stratford City.
Sprawling across three floors, there are also five ping pong tables, interactive darts, pool tables and karaoke to keep you entertained before and after the match.
The venue promises a wide selection of food, so this could be the perfect place to grab a bite to eat while enjoying the game.
Romford – Pubs
There are lots of pubs and bars that will be showing the final across east London tomorrow morning.
And two of these are located in South Street – Yates Romford and Goose Romford.
The pubs encourage you to book in advance on their websites to ensure you don’t miss a minute of the action.