Norway vs England live streaming

Norway vs England live streaming: Watch Women’s World Cup online & confirmed line-ups

Norway (W)03England (W)
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Maria Thorisdottir
Nikita Parris
Rachel Daly
Ingrid Wold
Synne Hansen
Fran Kirby
Georgia Stanway
Guro Reiten
Amalie Vevle Eikeland
Karina Sævik
Lisa-Marie Utland
Lucy Bronze
Toni Duggan
Beth Mead
Ellen White
Jill Scott
10
Caroline Hansen
16
Guro Reiten
33
Ingrid Engen
1
Ingrid Hjelmseth
2
Ingrid Wold
9
Isabell Herlovsen
Karina Sævik
17
Kristine Minde
6
Maren Mjelde
3
Maria Thorisdottir
34
Vilde Risa
12
Demi Stokes
18
Ellen White
10
Fran Kirby
8
Jill Scott
1
Karen Bardsley
4
Keira Walsh
2
Lucy Bronze
6
Millie Bright
7
Nikita Parris
5
Steph Houghton
11
Toni Duggan
Therese Åsland
18
Frida Leonhardsen Maanum
15
Abbie McManus
22
Beth Mead
19
Georgia Stanway
14
Leah Williamson
23
Lucy Staniforth
21
Mary Earps
17
Rachel Daly

Norway vs England live streaming: Match details

If you want to watch Norway vs England online, and indeed the rest of the Women’s World Cup, these are the live streaming instructions.

Match: Norway vs England

Competition: Women’s World Cup

Date: June 27, 2019

Kick-off time: 8:00 pm, June 27, 2019 (UK time)

Stadium: Stade Océane

ROTHERHAM, ENGLAND – NOVEMBER 11: Phil Neville manager of England reacts during the International Friendly match between England Women and Sweden Women at The New York Stadium on November 11, 2018 in Rotherham, England. (Photo by Nathan Stirk/Getty Images)

Norway vs England live streaming: Quick links

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Confirmed line-ups

Throwback

Which goal was England’s best?

Norway vs England live streaming: Match preview

Can England make it to the World Cup semi-final?

The Lionesses finished third in Canada four years ago so will the get to the semi-finals once again?

Phil Neville’s side have been so impressive in this tournament so far.

They became the first England team to win all three group games at a World Cup, beating Scotland 2-1, Argentina 1-0 and Japan 2-0.

They carried that form into Sunday’s clash with Cameroon in Valenciennes.

Captain Steph Houghton put England in front after just 14 minutes, curling home a very accurate indirect free-kick.

Just before full time, Ellen White had the ball in the net but the flag went up.

However, on closer inspection, it was clear that she was in fact onside and, after VAR review, goal given.

2-0 England.

Cue a Cameroonian meltdown.

Their players were not in agreement with that decision and it looked like the were going to refuse to play on.

Early in the second half, Gabrielle Onguéné thought she’d pulled one back for Cameroon but that was then ruled out for a very tight offside.

Once again, Cameroon’s players stop playing as a result of this; unprecedented scenes to say the least.

When the game did restart, England made it 3-0.

Toni Duggan picked out Alex Greenwood from a corner who finished brilliantly.

A thoroughly professional performance from England in very difficult circumstances.

That was also England’s second-biggest win at a Women’s World Cup and biggest in the knockout stages.

Norway meanwhile needed a penalty shoot-out to see off Australia in their round of 16 tie.

Martin Sjögren’s side took the lead on the half hour mark, Isabell Herlovsen finishing smartly after a wonderful through ball by Karina Sævik.

However, with just seven minutes remaining, Australia equalised direct from a corner to force extra time.

Despite Caroline Graham Hansen hitting the post and Vilde Bøe Risa hitting the cross-bar, there were no further goals and the game went to penalties.

Norway scored their first two spot-kicks through Hansen and Guro Reiten and Australia missed their first two with Ingrid Hjelmseth saving the second of those.

Maren Mjelde scored to put them in the driving seat before Ingrid Syrstad Engen slotted home the winning spot kick.

Norway have now won just two of their last eight games in the knockout stages of the World Cup so can they add to that here?

This is a tough game to call from Stade Océane.

101 Great Goals predicts: Norway 1-2 England

England on Twitter pre Women’s World Cup match vs Norway

Women’s World Cup: Results & upcoming fixtures

Friday June 7, 2019: France 4 – Korea Republic 0

Saturday June 8, 2019: Germany 1 – China PR 0

Saturday June 8, 2019: Spain 3 – South Africa 1

Saturday June 8, 2019: Norway 3 – Nigeria 0

Sunday June 9, 2019: Australia 1 – Italy 2

Sunday June 9, 2019: Brazil 3 – Jamaica 0

Sunday June 9, 2019: England 2 – Scotland 1

Monday June 10, 2019: Argentina 0 – Japan 0

Monday June 10, 2019: Canada 1 – Cameroon 0

Tuesday June 11, 2019: New Zealand 0 – Netherlands 1

Tuesday June 11, 2019: Chile 0 – Sweden 2

Tuesday June 11, 2019: United States 13 – Thailand 0

Wednesday June 12, 2019: Nigeria 2 – Korea Republic 0

Wednesday June 12, 2019: Germany 1 – Spain 0

Wednesday June 12, 2019: France 2 – Norway 1

Thursday June 13, 2019: Australia 3 – Brazil 2

Thursday June 13, 2019: South Africa 0 – China PR 1

Friday June 14, 2019: Japan 2 – Scotland 1

Friday June 14, 2019: Jamaica 0 – Italy 5

Friday June 14, 2019: England 1 – Argentina 0

Saturday June 15, 2019: Netherlands 3 – Cameroon 1

Saturday June 15, 2019: Canada 2 – New Zealand 0

Sunday June 16, 2019: Sweden 5 – Thailand 1

Sunday June 16, 2019: United States 3 – Chile 0

Monday June 17, 2019: South Africa 0 – Germany 4

Monday June 17, 2019: China PR 0 – Spain 0

Monday June 17, 2019: Nigeria 0 – France 1

Monday June 17, 2019: Korea Republic 1 – Norway 2

Tuesday June 18, 2019: Jamaica 1 – Australia 4

Tuesday June 18, 2019: Italy 0 – Brazil 1

Wednesday June 19, 2019: Japan 0 – England 2

Wednesday June 19, 2019: Scotland 3 – Argentina 3

Thursday June 20, 2019: Netherlands 2 – Canada 1

Thursday June 20, 2019: Cameroon 2 – New Zealand 1

Thursday June 20, 2019: Sweden 0 – United States 2

Thursday June 20, 2019: Thailand 0 – Chile 2

Saturday June 22, 2019: Last 16 match 1: Germany 3-0 Nigeria

Saturday June 22, 2019: Last 16 match 2: Norway 1 – Australia 1 (Norway won 4-1 on penalties)

Sunday June 23, 2019: Last 16 match 3: England 3 – Cameroon 0

Sunday June 23, 2019: Last 16 match 4: France 2 – Brazil 1 (After extra time)

Monday June 24, 2019: Last 16 match 5: Spain 1 – United States of America 2

Monday June 24, 2019: Last 16 match 6: Sweden 1 – Canada 0

Tuesday June 25, 2019: Last 16 match 7: Italy 2 – China PR 0

Tuesday June 25, 2019: Last 16 match 8: Netherlands 2 – Japan 1

Thursday June 27, 2019: Quarter-final 1: Norway vs England

Friday June 28, 2019: Quarter-final 2: France vs United States of America

Saturday June 28, 2019: Quarter-final 3: Italy vs Netherlands

Saturday June 28, 2019: Quarter-final 4: Germany vs Sweden

Tuesday July 2, 2019: Semi-final 1

Wednesday July 3, 2019: Semi-final 2

Saturday July 6, 2019: Third-place play-off

Sunday July 7, 2019: Women’s World Cup Final

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