Looking for somewhere to watch England women in the World Cup final on Sunday (20)? The County Press has assembled a list of Isle of Wight pubs and bars (that we know of) showing the once in a lifetime game.

The Lionesses have done the nation proud and are one step away from conquering the world.

Having overcome hosts Australia in the semis, only Spain stand in the way of Sarina Wiegman's team and World Cup glory.

Of course you can watch the match from home, but whether you're with friends or family, what better way to mark the historic occasion than with a crowd cheering with you?

Travellers Joy, Northwood

The Travellers Joy pub, in Northwood will be showing the game.

Landlords Samantha and Pete Booth, who are handing over the reigns later this year, are opening the doors from 10am.

Isle of Wight County Press: Sam and Pete of the Travellers Joy, Northwood.

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Castle Inn, Ryde

'Let's cheer on our ladies' says the Castle Inn, Ryde.

The pub, on Ryde High Street, is opening from 10.30am on Sunday.

The Painters Arms, Cowes

Serving up bacon and sausage sarnies to mark the occasion, is the Painters Arms, Cross Street, Cowes.

The pub is open from 10.30am.

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East Cowes Liberal Club

Opening the doors at 10am is East Cowes Liberal Club, on York Avenue, East Cowes.

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The Falcon, Ryde

The Falcon is opening from 10.30am to show the game.

The pub can be found on Swanmore Road.

The Bugle Coaching Inn, Yarmouth

'Come and cheer on the ladies Sunday morning in what could be a historic World Cup final win', says The Bugle Coaching Inn.

Doors to the pub, in Market Square, open from 10.30am. All the TVs will show the match.

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Lower Hyde Holiday Park, Barnhouse Restaurant, Shanklin

The match will be shown from Parkdean Resorts' Lower Hyde Holiday Park, in the Barnhouse Restaurant.

Don't forget, kick off is at 11am!

Scruffy Jacks Sports Bar, Sandown Pier

Scruffy Jacks Sport Bar will open at 10am, to enable visitors to get a seat and get settled before the game.

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'We look forward to seeing you Sunday morning to cheer on the Lionesses', the bar said.

The Tap, Sandown

The Tap is opening its doors from 10am for everyone who wants to cheer on England's Lionesses.

The pub can be found on Avenue Road.

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The King's Head, Yarmouth

Witness history in the making at The King's Head, Yarmouth.

Doors open from 11am. 

Read more: Isle of Wight pub in Yarmouth welcomes new landlords

Jake Rigby and Peter Greenhalgh, who are also the landlords of Calbourne's The Sun Inn, have recently taken over.

Visitors are advised to book a table in advance by calling 01983 760177.

Isle of Wight County Press: The King's Head, Yarmouth has new owners.

Is a venue you know showing the World Cup final game? Let us know by emailing editor@iwcpmail.co.uk.