It took a quarter of a century, but the 1996 Olympics women’s socceer gold medal match will be shown in its entirety on July 16.

As the next generation of gold medalists prepare for the spotlight in Tokyo, Peacock will debut two shows featuring Olympic trailblazers from the 1996 Olympics — The ’96 Effect and The Sisters of ’96: The 1996 USA Women’s Olympic soccer team — on the 25th anniversary of the Atlanta Games.

Peacock will show the game.

When the U.S. women’s national team reached the soccer tournament final, that gold medal match wasn’t televised in its entirety. Peacock will make it available in full for the first time.

To mark the occasion, The Sisters of ‘96: The 1996 USA Women’s Olympic Soccer Team is an hour-long special that reunites stars Brandi Chastain, Joy Fawcett, Julie Foudy, Kristine Lilly, Shannon MacMillan, Briana Scurry, and Tisha Venturini on the field where they played that inaugural Olympic final to watch the match together for the first time.

NBC caused quite an uproar in the American  soccer community when it showed only part of the gold medal match.

The special is produced by NBC Olympics.

Spoiler alert: the USWNT won the Olympic gold, besting China in Athens, Ga., 2-1.

The ’96 Effect is a three-part documentary series, produced by Lookalike Productions, featuring four legendary USA women’s teams that won gold at the Atlanta Games. These women were the first generation who became world-class athletes during the Title IX era, and interviews with them reveal how ’96 USA teams inspired each other, the significance of Title IX on their lives, as well as the impact they made on their sport and female athletics on a global scale:

* Basketball: Lisa Leslie, Dawn Staley, Sheryl Swoopes, and head coach Tara VanDerveer

* Gymnastics: Amanda Borden, Dominique Dawes, and Shannon Miller

* Softball: Laura Berg, Lisa Fernandez, and Dot Richardson

* Soccer: Brandi Chastain, Joy Fawcett, Julie Foudy, Mia Hamm, Kristine Lilly, Shannon MacMillan and Briana Scurry

Tennis great Billie Jean King, broadcasters Bob Costas and Hannah Storm, and contemporary athletes Sue Bird, A’ja Wilson, Carli Lloyd, Cat Osterman, and Monica Abbott ground audiences in what it was like for women competing in 1996, which was the first time softball and women’s soccer were included in the Olympic Games. The ’96 Effect begins streaming June 17.

“What the women of ’96 accomplished was as much a cultural revolution as it was one of the greatest feats in U.S. Olympic history,” said Lisa Lax, co-founder of Lookalike Productions and Executive Producer, The ’96 Effect. “As filmmakers and women who personally benefitted from lifetimes in competitive sport, Nancy and I are thrilled to shine a light on the enduring ripple effect of opportunity made by the remarkable women’s Olympic teams. These stories are bigger than sport—and deserve to be told, shared, and passed along for generations of girls—and boys—to come.”

Said Foudy: “It’s an honor to represent your country in international competition. To do it in your home country and win the first-ever women’s soccer tournament at the Olympics makes it even more special and significant. It was a thrill to visit the site of our gold-medal win with my teammates and watch that match together for the first time. I’m excited for all of the fans to relive it with us in this documentary.”

The special is produced by NBC Olympics.