In awesome countries that have cable and/or satellite television and/or the internet, you can watch the final of the 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup, either on your television or live online. How lucky are you! If you live in the United States, you can catch USA vs. Japan on ESPN on TV or on ESPN3.com on the internet. This game is available all over the world, but we've included the information for our Canadian and British readers below.
Television: ESPN (United States), CBC (Canada), Eurosport (Most of Europe, including UK)
Streaming Online: ESPN3.com (United States), CBC Streaming (Canada), FIFA.com (International)
If you live in the states, you'll get Bob Ley hosting the studio show with Tony DiCicco and Brandi Chastain at his side. Ian Darke and Julie Foudy will be calling the action during the game. Tune in, it should be a great one! If you don't get the game on TV and you don't get ESPN3 but want to follow along, we'll have coverage in this StoryStream throughout the match. Also, we'll be live tweeting the game at @SBNationLIVE, so follow that account on twitter. Enjoy the match!
For all of our coverage of the 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup semifinals and how the two teams got to the final, give our Sweden vs. Japan and USA vs. France StoryStreams a read. For all of our previous coverage of the tournament, check out our 2011 Women's World Cup section. For more on the final, bookmark this StoryStream. We'll have updates in the build-up to the game. You can catch the game on Sunday at 2:45 P.M. ET on ESPN. We'll have more information on the schedule of events and where to watch as the game approaches.