But we doubt that will happen for the women's football.
Football and big money go hand in hand and have been tainted with corruption especially in 2015.
Disgraced FIFA boss Sepp Blatter who announced his resignation then tried to back track will not attend the final of the women's World Cup and rightly so.
But if England beat Japan tonight, a tough team who have won the World Cup previously, they will face the USA, who beat Germany in the other semi-final, in the final Sunday.
Will football fans in the UK drop their sexist prejudices and cheer the gals on in tonight's semi-final and dare we say the final Sunday.
We hope they will.
England's women's football squad proved they had some similarities with their male equivalents by bowing out of the World Cup after a silly home or own goal. These things happen though and the rest of the team were supportive. The final result was Japan 2 England 1 after Laura Bassett scored an own goal in stoppage time.
Women's World Cup semi-final: Japan v England
Venue: Commonwealth Stadium, Edmonton, Canada
Date: Thursday, 2 July
Kick-off: 00:00 BST
Coverage: Live on BBC One, BBC Radio 5 live and BBC Sport website
Repeat: Available on the iPlayer and Red Button from 08:00 BST
England will face Germany on Saturday afternoon in the play off for third and fourth placing.
Sunday 05 July
Final- BC Place Stadium-Vancouver
Japan versus the USA