How to watch England v Nigeria on the BBC

England players celebrate against China
England cruised through the group stages with three wins

England’s last-16 match against Nigeria at the Women’s World Cup will be broadcast live on BBC One on Monday, 7 August at 08:30 BST.

There will be commentary on BBC Radio 5 Live and the game will also be shown on BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport website.

Co-hosts Australia also play on Monday, facing Denmark at 11:30 BST, and that match will also be broadcast live on BBC One, iPlayer and online.

Three other last-16 games will also be broadcast live on the BBC.

They are: Spain v Switzerland [06:00 BST on Saturday, 5 August], Netherlands v South Africa [03:00 BST on Sunday, 6 August] and France’s game against Morocco [12:00 BST on Tuesday, 8 August].

Highlights of all the last-16 matches are available to watch on Women’s World Cup Highlights at 7pm on BBC Three daily, as well as on BBC iPlayer, the BBC Sport website and app throughout the day.

The BBC is also the only place you can watch both semi-finals, and the World Cup final on Sunday, 20 August will be live on BBC One and BBC iPlayer.

BBC Radio 5 Live, 5 Sports Extra and BBC Sounds will provide live commentary of every England game and other key matches throughout the tournament, including both semi-finals and the final.

Fifa Women’s World Cup last-16 TV schedule (all times BST)

Saturday 5 August – Spain v Switzerland (06:00) – BBC

Saturday 5 August – Japan v Norway (09:00) – ITV

Sunday 6 August – Netherlands v South Africa (03:00) – BBC

Sunday 6 August – USA v Sweden (10:00) – ITV

Monday 7 August – England v Nigeria (08:30) – BBC

Monday 7 August – Australia v Denmark (11:30) – BBC

Tuesday 8 August – Colombia v Jamaica (09:00) – ITV

Tuesday 8 August – Morocco v France (12:00) – BBC

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