England could bring football home on Sunday as they take on Spain in the Women's World Cup final, but where in Hertfordshire can you watch it?

Sarina Wiegman's side beat hosts Australia 3-1 on Wednesday, thanks to goals from Ella Toone, Lauren Hemp and Alessia Russo, and are now looking to become world champions after winning the Euros last summer.

But they will face a tough task against a talented Spanish side at Stadium Australia, who have knocked out both the Netherlands and Sweden to reach the showpiece.

The game will kick-off at 11am in the UK. Here's 11 spots in our county where you can watch and cheer on the Lionesses.

1. The Cooper's Arms - Hitchin

Nestled in Hitchin's historic Tilehouse Street, The Cooper's Arms will be showing the final on their big TV in the bar.

But, expect them to be busy, as they were packed for the Euro's final just over 12 months ago, so booking or arriving early is recommended.

2. BB's Bar - Hitchin

Down from The Cooper's on Bridge Street is BBs bar, which has multiple screens, including a huge TV in the lounge area at the rear.

The bar, which is a popular spot for sports fans in Hitchin, will be open from 10.30am and serving breakfast rolls for those who skipped out at home.

3. Drapers Arms - Stevenage

The Drapers Arms in Stevenage Old Town is another popular spot for fans, and they will be showing Sunday's final, followed by the afternoon's Premier League action, if you fancy a day in the pub watching football.

But, they are asking punters to book, which you can do on their website.

4. Old Town Bar - Stevenage

Also in the Old Town, as the name suggests, is Old Town Bar, which will be open from 10.30am to screen the final.

And for those hungry supporters, bacon and sausage sandwiches will be on offer.

5. The 76 Lounge - Stevenage

The 76 Lounge at Stevenage FC's Lamex Stadium will be showing the final, with doors opening at 10.30am with free entry, no need to book and everyone welcome.

Boro will be hoping to secure a win of their own this weekend, when they take on Reading in League One, looking to continue their winning start to life in the third tier.

6. The Platform - Letchworth

In Letchworth, The Platform, just opposite the train station, will be open from 10am to welcome supporters.

But, they have warned that alcohol will not be served before kick-off, with booze on offer from 11am.

7. Two Willows - Welwyn Garden City

Also opening from 10am will be the Two Willows, which will be offering brunch before the final, which will be shown on screens around the venue.

The demand from fans was so great that the pub confirmed it would be opening early to get everyone in.

8. Screen on the Green - Welwyn Garden City

The Screen on the Green movie event in Welwyn Garden City's Howardsgate will now be showing Sunday's final for free, after residents asking for the game to be screened got their wish.

You can find out more by clicking here.

9. Ye Olde Fighting Cocks - St Albans

Britain's oldest pub has strong links to the Lionesses, after Euro's winners Leah Williamson and Jill Scott recorded there for the latter's Coffee Club podcast.

And they will be open from 10.45am to show the final on six screens, with Ye Olde Fighting Cocks landlord Martin Robinson says: "It was a great honour to host Leah and Jill last year for the recording of the podcast, and I am really looking forward to opening early and providing the perfect atmosphere to cheer on our amazing Lionesses."

10. The Victoria - St Albans

The St Albans sports bar will be open from 10am to show the final, and will be offering walk-ins only, so make sure you get there early.

Food will also be served from 11am.

11. Katherine Warington School - Harpenden

Katherine Warington School in Harpenden will be screening the final on a big screen in the sports hall.

Entry is free and a fully licensed bar will be available, with doors opening from 10.30am.