ENGLAND are on the verge of making HISTORY today as they look to become the country’s first team ever to win a European Championship.
But they face old enemies Germany in a mouth-watering final.
The terrific Lionesses have scored 20 and conceded 1 before today and are in menacing form, but the Germans will be out to spoil their Wembley party.
All eyes will be on sold-out Wembley Stadium this evening for the showpiece final, and we’ve got ALL of the updates right here.
- Start time: 5pm BST
- TV/Live stream: BBC One/iPlayer
- England XI: To follow
- Germany XI: To follow
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England dismantled Sweden 4-0 in the semi-final[/caption]
When is the Women’s Euro 2022 final?
- The showpiece event between England and Germany will take place on Sunday, July 31.
- It is scheduled to kick off at 5pm UK time.
- A sold out Wembley Stadium in London is the allocated arena for this huge showing and can hold a staggering 90,000 supporters.
- This match will replace the Community Shield encounter between Liverpool and Man City which is now being played at the King Power Stadium.
How can I watch the Women’s Euro 2022 final?
- The Women’s Euro 2022 final will be broadcast LIVE for FREE on BBC One in the UK to valid TV licence holders.
- Pre-match coverage will commence from 4pm UK time – one hour before kick-off.
- Viewers also have the option to stream the ENTIRE action on the BBC iPlayer app or BBC Sport website.
Who will England play in the Women’s Euro 2022 final?
A double from Alexandra Popp helped Germany to secure a gruelling semi-final win as they continue their chase for a staggering 9th European title.
Sub Alessia Russo’s outstanding backheeled goal against Sweden will have tested Sarina Wiegman’s faith in her starting XI, with the Man Utd forward putting pressure on Ellen White.
Keira Walsh went off at the end of the semi-final with cramp but is expected to be fit to start at Wembley.
Germany have no injury problems but Klara Buhl missed the semi-final with Covid.
She will need to produce a negative test to feature in the final.