The United States will face Japan in the final of the 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup after goals from Abby Wambach and Alex Morgan sealed a 3-1 victory over France.
Japan, appearing in their first semi-final, beat Sweden by the same scoreline after a Nahomi Kawasumi double to book their place in Sunday's final.
"This is our journey, this is our dream," Wambach said. "France are a great team. There were moments they were outplaying us but I am so proud of this team.
"I know we are going to pull through. I have belief in this team. Everybody is working for each other."
Where to watch tournament highlights
The sixth Women's World Cup tournament runs until 17 July. In the U.S., the tournament is available live on ESPN3, as well as through the Spanish-language broadcaster Univision, both stations offer full match highlights and live streaming.
In addition, FIFA are offering video and photo highlights as well as live online coverage of each match.
So all you have to do is sit back and enjoy what should be a couple of fascinating semi-final matches.