England's crushing 2-1 semi-final defeat against Croatia means that, for the time being, football isn't coming home, but the World Cup isn't over yet.
On Saturday (July 14), England will play Belgium in the third place play-off which will mark the second time the two teams have met in the tournament, with Belgium coming out on top in the final match of the group stage.
So if you want one last bit of England World Cup action and you're not near a TV on Saturday, fear not, here's how you can watch the match online – well, as long as you have a TV licence.
How to watch England vs Belgium online
England's third place play-off match against Belgium will be screened on ITV with coverage kicking off from 2.30pm (UK time).
As well as being broadcast live on ITV, the match will also be streamed live via the ITV Hub which is available through desktops, tablets, mobiles and on connected TVs.
Unlike the BBC coverage of World Cup matches, this time there isn't an option to watch the match in Ultra HD or virtual reality.
England vs Belgium kick off time
England's final match at the World Cup 2018 will take place at the Saint Petersburg Stadium on Saturday, July 14 at 3pm (UK time).
We have a feeling it won't quite match the huge ratings of the other World Cup encounters.
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