A dilemma is looming for Norwich City fans this weekend, as the Canaries' next match clashes with England's Women's World Cup final.

Following the Lionesses’ 3-1 victory in the semi-final against co-hosts Australia, inspired by a goal and an assist from North Walsham star Lauren Hemp, the final against Spain kicks off at 11am on Sunday.

By that point Norwich fans will be gathering at Carrow Road for a midday Championship kick-off against Millwall, which is being screened live by Sky Sports.

Canaries Trust chairman Robin Sainty believes that is a real shame.

“No clash would be allowed to happen if it was a men’s World Cup, yet this is our first final in 57 years and it’s not getting anything like the same treatment," he said.

“It’s a momentous thing, it’s the first time an England team have reached a World Cup final since 1966 so they deserve the utmost respect for that.”

Norwich Evening News: Canaries Trust chairman Robin SaintyCanaries Trust chairman Robin Sainty (Image: Submitted)

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It's understood that any potential change now lies in the hands of the Football Association as well as Sky Sports.

However, some footy fans were quick to point out on social media that there were also logistical issues to be considered.

Birmingham-based City supporter Dan Aldous was one of many to make that point, saying: “[Do] you guys think about all the people who have paid for trains at specific times or things like this?

“People already spend more than they should to watch football, don’t stitch them up even more."

Norwich Evening News: Canaries fans face a dilemma during Sunday's game against Millwall, which clashes with the Women's World Cup finalCanaries fans face a dilemma during Sunday's game against Millwall, which clashes with the Women's World Cup final (Image: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images)

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It seems the public wifi at Carrow Road could be busy, as supporters keep an eye on both during the game.

Pink Un columnist Mr Sainty added: “Some people will stay away and some will say ‘club before country’.

“You would think with multiple channels, they [Sky Sports] could move the kick-off but whether they do that or not, I don’t know.”