Goalkeeper Hope Solo leads the U.S. into the Finals against Japan on Sunday. Reuters

After three weeks, the 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup Final is here.

The United States, led by goalkeeper Hope Solo, face Japan in Frankfurt, Germany, on Sunday, July 17, 2011, at 2:45 pm eastern time.

Forward Abby Wambach has been the main attacker for the U.S. in the tournament and scored in the 3-1 victory over France to advance to the Final, while Japan defeated Sweden by the same score.

In the U.S., the match will be broadcasted on ESPN and is available live streaming on ESPN3, Spanish-language broadcaster Univision will also carry the match.

In the U.K., Eurosport a full list of live fixtures and highlights is available on the channel's website.

FIFA isn't showing live video, but features instant updates on all of the games. The FIFA Web site has a continually updated feed of match action that shows a play-by-play, game clock, roster and score. Click here to view the game schedule.

Hit the green LIVE button on any live game to see the action. FIFA also features video and photo highlights from the whole tournament.

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