It’s usually the game nobody wants to play in, but the build-up to today’s third-place playoff between Sweden and England suggests both sides are looking to end their campaigns on a high. To see who takes the bronze medal at the 2019 Women’s World Cup, make sure that you have all the information to get an England vs Sweden live stream.
Their 2019 Women’s World Cup journey has been an inspirational one for millions of viewers watching back home, but England striker Ellen White says there will be “huge disappointment” if the Lionesses do not finish third in France. Sweden coach Peter Gerhardsson is similarly focused about the game, telling reporters: “Ending up third of course feels a lot better than ending up fourth. We’ll do everything in our power to try to do that.”
Live stream England vs Sweden – where and when
Today’s match takes place at the Allianz Riviera Stadium in Nice.
Kick-off is at 5pm CET, meaning a 4pm BST for viewers in the UK.
As well as signing off from the tournament, the game will also provide one last appearance at this level [...]