Fear not – there is more football on! The Women’s World Cup heads to France with Phil Neville’s Lionesses hoping to improve upon their impressive third place at 2015’s tournament.

We're now down to the last four teams and the first semi-final will see England vs USA followed by Netherlands vs Sweden the next day. Just like the men’s tournament, every match will be shown live and free in the UK. Here’s how to tune in.

England vs USA

2 July with kick-off at 8pm. The match will be shown live on BBC One.

Netherlands vs Sweden

3 July with kick-off at 8pm. The match will be shown live on BBC One.

When is the Women’s World Cup?

The first match is on Friday 7 June and the final is on Sunday 7 July.

View a full list of the fixtures here

What channel is the Women’s World Cup on?

In the UK every match will be broadcast in some description by the BBC with iPlayer being your best best for live streaming on almost any device. Some matches will air on BBC 1, BBC 2 and BBC 4, while others will only be available online or via the Red Button.

All the matches are listed here with the BBC channel they are on underneath the fixture. If there is no channel listed, then the match is only available online at the BBC Sport website or via the Red Button on your TV.

How to watch the Women’s World Cup abroad

If you’re abroad or on holiday, you can tune into the BBC coverage of the World Cup online using a VPN. A VPN unblocks geo-restricted content.

We recommend NordVPN,the service that sits at the top of our Best VPN chart after we independently tested ten of the most popular services.