England 2-1 Germany LIVE! Lionesses make history - Women’s Euro 2022 final result, match stream and latest updates today

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England made history at Wembley as Chloe Kelly scored the winner to beat Germany in the Euro 2022 final. Kelly prodded the ball past Merle Frohms in the 110th minute to restore the tournament hosts’ lead after fellow substitute Ella Toone’s wonderful lobbed opener just after the hour mark.

Eight-time champions Germany - who had lost star forward Alexandra Popp to injury in the warm-up - equalised with 11 minutes of normal time remaining through Lina Magull, and the game looked on course for a penalty shoot-out until Kelly’s effort fired Sarina Wiegman’s side to glory. A year on from the men’s team losing their Euros final at the stadium on penalties to Italy, England can celebrate the first piece of major silverware for a senior side since the men’s 1966 World Cup triumph over West Germany.

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And there was jubilation at the final whistle as the players tried to take in what they had done amid an almighty roar from the 87,192 crowd - the biggest-ever attendance for any Euros match, men’s or women’s. Meanwhile, boss Wiegman could savour back-to-back Euros successes after overseeing the Netherlands’ triumph on home soil in 2017. Her record in charge of England after taking up her post last September has been near-flawless - 20 games, no defeats, 18 wins, 106 goals scored and only five conceded.

It was a third appearance in a Euros final for the team, and first since losing 6-2 to Germany at Euro 2009 in Finland.

The English women’s game has been on a journey of considerable growth in the intervening years, with the sense of momentum certainly apparent over the last few weeks as Wiegman’s team have thrilled large stadium crowds and television audiences - and there will be sky-high hopes for what the future holds after this historic moment. There was also a personal triumph for Beth Mead, who claimed the Golden Boot after finishing the tournament with six goals - the same amount as Popp, with Mead taking the prize due to her superior assists tally.

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Alex Scott overcome with emotion after England Euro 2022 glory: ‘This is what we’ve been dreaming of’

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Alex Scott was overcome with emotion after the Lionesses sealed Euro 2022 glory at Wembley.

England beat Germany 2-1 after extra-time at Wembley to win their first major women’s tournament on a dramatic day.

“This is a dream, an absolutely dream for every girl that dreamed of playing football,” said Scott, who was part of the England team that suffered defeat at the hands of the Germans in the final in 2009 and was a pundit for the BBC at Wembley.

“Wow. This is incredible. I can’t…”

Read Scott’s comments in full here!

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Football has come home!

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Full match report

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England’s Lionesses sealed the country’s greatest footballing triumph in over half a century as they were crowned European champions for the first time with a 2-1 win over Germany after extra-time at Wembley.

Substitute Chloe Kelly scrambled the ball home in the 110th-minute to secure England’s first major tournament triumph since the 1966 World Cup.

In terms of wider significance, it might be the most consequential result at Wembley since England’s men beat Germany 56 years ago, a genuine before and after moment for the fastest growing sport in the country.

Read our match report here!

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England celebrating victory (Jonathan Brady/PA) (PA Wire)

The Wiegman effect

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Leah Williamson’s first message as a European champion

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What a moment...

Chloe Kelly’s first message after making history

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Harry Kane reacts

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Germany player ratings

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Germany suffered heartbreak in the final of Euro 2022 as they were beaten by England at Wembley.

Substitute Ella Toone gave the Lionesses the lead in the second-half and they looked on course to win it in normal time at Wembley.

But Lina Magull struck in the 79th minute for Germany to level the final and said the game into extra-time.

Penalties looked looming from there, but substitute Chloe Kelly made herself the hero by prodding home from a corner in the 110th minute to send Wembley wild.

Read the full story here!

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England player ratings

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England have won Euro 2022 after beating Germany to secure their first ever major trophy in women’s football.

Substitute Ella Toone gave the Lionesses the lead in the second-half and they looked on course to win it in normal time at Wembley.

But Lina Magull struck in the 79th minute for Germany to level the final and said the game into extra-time.

Penalties looked looming from there, but substitute Chloe Kelly made herself the hero by prodding home from a corner in the 110th minute to send Wembley wild.

Read the full story here!

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A look inside Wembley

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Chloe Kelly’s first words after making history

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“This is the stuff dreams are made of,” Kelly told BBC Sport after making history.

England’s Chloe Kelly (right) celebrates scoring their side’s second goal of the game during the UEFA Women’s Euro 2022 final at Wembley Stadium, London. Picture date: Sunday July 31, 2022. (PA Wire)
England’s Chloe Kelly (right) celebrates scoring their side’s second goal of the game during the UEFA Women’s Euro 2022 final at Wembley Stadium, London. Picture date: Sunday July 31, 2022. (PA Wire)

FT: England 2-1 Germany

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Playing into the corner now

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118:00 - It’s going to be a long two minutes but England are keep the ball as far away from their goal as possible.


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116:00 - SO CLOSE.

Russo’s shot is tipped over the bar.


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113:00 - Stunning recovery run from Hemp stops Germany from a counter.

GOAL! England 2-1 Germany | Chloe Kelly ‘110

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Chloe Kelly taps in after a goalmouth scramble following a corner.


Jill Scott has been impressive

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108:00 - So experienced, Scott is proving a real problem for Germany.

Much better from England

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107:00 - Toone and Kelly invovled heavily as England start the last 15 mins quickly.

Back underway!

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One. Last. Push.

HT (ET): England 1-1 Germany

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Sloppy stuff from England

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104:00 - Walsh and Williamson, two of England’s more composed players, gulity of mistakes in the last few minutes.

Luckily, they’ve not led to anything.

Germany looking the most likely

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101:00 - Hard to remember an England chance since Germany’s goal.

Simon Collings at Wembley

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This game is on an absolute knife edge and you can feel it. Wembley going eerily quiet at moments whenever there’s a break in play.

England on the ropes

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97:00 - Last ditch stuff in the England box after a German corner.

Tired legs out there.

Brilliant flick from Kelly

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94:00 - Corner won after a stunning flick from Kelly puts England in-behind.

Bronze almost converts from the set-piece but is blocked off by Millie Bright of all people.

German change

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Goalscorer Magull comes off and is replaced by Dallmann.

Extra-time begins

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90:00 - Here we go. What a spectacle.

FT: England 1-1 Germany

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Into extra-time we go!

How are the nerves?

Well defended

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93:00 - Toone swings it in towards Bronze but Germany do well to clear.

Dangerous free-kick from England

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92:00 - Russo wins a free-kick on the edge of the box...


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Four minutes to go!

Dan Kilpatrick at Wembley

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England have lost some shape and composure since the equaliser and have resorted to going long towards Russo. The introduction of experienced pair Greenwood and Scott should add energy and calm.

More England changes

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Simon Collings at Wembley

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England are just rocking a bit here after that goal. They need to reset and focus. Wiegman is out patrolling her technical area.

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Where do England go from here?

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83:00 - Any risk taken now could be fatal but do England have enough in them to beat this German side in extra-time?

GOAL! England 1-1 Germany | Lina Magull ‘78

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78:00 - Germany have their breakthrough.

Magull, who has been Germany’s biggest threat, finishes off a slick team move with a powerful finisher inside the box.


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77:00 - After a scramble in the box, Williamson does brilliantly to block a volley that looked goal-bound.

Another brilliant ball from Walsh

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74:00 - After a slow first-half, Walsh is pulling strings.

After her stunning assist, she finds Russo from deep again but the striker is crowded out.

Attendance watch

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Set-piece danger

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71:00 - That being said, England need to sort their defence out when it comes to set-pieces.

Almost every single German corner has caused major problems.

Exactly what England want

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69:00 - Germany have to go for this now, leaving all sorts of space in behind.

With Toone and Russo up top, there’s every chance of another counter.


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67:00 - Germany back off and allow Kelly a shot, though it’s well-saved.

England are enjoying this. The nerves look to be gone.


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65:00 - Germany almost reply through Magull, though Earpes pushes her shot onto the post.

Simon Collings from Wembley

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That is just an unreal pass from Walsh. She’s been brilliant for England all tournament, just a world-class central midfielder.


GOAL! England 1-0 Germany | Ella Toone ‘61

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Ella Toone with a STUNNING chip after a fantastic ball over the top from Walsh. Incredible!!!

Dan Kilpatrick at Wembley

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This has been a full throttle affair with no shortage of the dark arts and some absolutely crunching challenges. No evidence here that women’s football is a gentler sport.


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56:00 - Schuller is played in behind but Earpes does well to collect, sweeping up the danger. The Germany forward is booked for leaving a boot in.

England changes

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We’ve seen this one before...

Frustrating for England

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53:00 - The one real chance England have to break sees Bronze play a line-breaking pass into Stanway, though she’s blocked out in midfield.

Simon Collings at Wembley

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As with nearly all of England’s games, this is going to come down to the bench. How long before we see Kirby and White off, Russo and Toone on?

Simon Collings at Wembley

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Fran Kirby has barely had a kick all game. She hasn’t been helped by the service, with England just playing long balls up to her. Something needs to change


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49:00 - Germany in control here.

Brilliant one-touch stuff around the edge of the box sees Magull get a shot off, though she drags it just wide.

Earps as calm as ever

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47:00 - Earps has been called upon early doors but, as ever, she’s in command.

Back underway

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Here we go!

Germany change

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Wassmuth on for Brand for the second-half.

Edging closer to the second-half

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No England changes at the break it seems.


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Simon Collings’ half-time verdict

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Pretty even opening 45 minutes. England gone close with two good chances for White, while Germany somehow didn’t score a goalmouth scramble. Finely poised for the second-half.

HT: England 0-0 Germany

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Into added time

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45:00 - Entertaining first-half about to come to a close, with England finishing the brighter.


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40:00 - Rauch into the book for a pretty strong challenge on Mead.

The crowd give an ironic cheer, given some of the deicsions from the officials.


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38:00 - Brilliant one-two between White and Mead sees the striker in space in the box, though she’s stretching to make contact and fires over.

Slick passing stuff, such a shame the finish wasn’t there.

The game lulling a bit

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35:00 - Clever from England to take the ball back and string some passes together after a flurry of German chances.

Simon Collings at Wembley

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It may be a largely family crowd, but boy can the make a racket when they aren’t happy. The referee is getting plenty of boos.

Dan Kilpatrick at Wembley

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Bookings for Stanway and White will frustrate England, especially as Germany have gotten away with similar challenges. Stanway in particular will have to be careful against playmaker Lena Oberdorf.


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25:00 - Somehow, England survive!

Williamson clears a corner off the line but Earps scrambles to keep it.

White and Stanway booked

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23:00 - Two soft yellows within a minute of each other there. England need to keep their heads.

England might regret missed chances

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21:00 - Granted, England have bee thrillingly prolific throughout the tournament but the more missed chances, the more the anxiety in the stadium grows.

Germany will grow into this.

England piling on the pressure

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18:00 - It’s England corner after England corner at the moment and Bronze goes closest with a bullet header.

Lauren Hemp England’s brightest spark so far

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14:00 - The ground holds its breath whenever Hemp gets the ball. Able to turn her markers inside out, the England star has been a bright spot thus far.

Simon Collings at Wembley

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As usual, Keira Walsh trying to get on the ball and dictate the game - but Germany are pressing well. That’s been a hallmark of their play this whole tournament.

Warning sign

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09:00 - Bronze called into action to head Dabritz’s shot off the line.

It’s given as offside but certainly a warning signal sent.

Dan Kilpatrick at Wembley

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So, so cruel for Alexandra Popp, who has been one of the stars of the tournament and is chasing the Golden Boot. Even more so when you consider she missed the last two tournaments through injury. Will it destabilise Germany? Can England take advantage?


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05:00 - Bronze fires a cross in, Frohms drops it and White tries to react first.

In the end, it’s given as a foul to Germany.


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03:00 - Kirby drives at the Germans, crossing in for White at the back post but the England great cannot get enough power on the header to trouble Frohms.

Fast start

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01:00 - Kirby wins the ball back just outside her box and frees Hemp, who cannot quite break behind the lines.

Not at all cagey in the opening few minutes.


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Big news before kick-off with Popp forced out of the Germany side! Schuller comes in as her replacement.

The anthems are underway

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WHAT a noise inside Wembley...

Inside Wembley

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Mothers praise England players ‘for showing that girls and women can play’

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Mothers attending the Euro 2022 final with daughters who play football have praised the England team for showing girls “can play”.

Among the 90,000 fans filling Wembley Stadium on Sunday afternoon – hoping to watch the Lionesses beat Germany in the final- were family groups, including young women and girls.

Rachael Wilson, from Preston, was with her daughter Holly, who plays for Manchester United’s under-13 girls.

Read the full story here!

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Sarina Wiegman to the BBC

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Wiegman told BBC One: "It’s going to be a very exciting game. I think it’s going to be really tight with two very, very good teams.

"I think they will play a little more physical and we hope to have the ball a little more and play our possession game, but it’s going to be really close."

Asked what her final words would be to her players before kick-off, she replied: "I don’t know yet. We know everything. Our plan is really clear. Everyone is really, really prepared and the final words will come in the dressing room."

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A look at warm-ups

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Simon Collings at Wembley

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Simon Collings at Wembley Stadium

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A very pleasant atmosphere walking up Olympic Way to Wembley. Plenty of young families and children about, getting face paint and temporary tattoos.

Confirmed Germany lineup!

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England unchanged

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Sarina Wiegman decides against changing an England starting XI for the first time at Euro 2022.

The Lionesses have named an unchanged side on each occasion on their run to the final, and Wiegman opts to do the same as England face Germany at Wembley this afternoon.

Alessio Russo could not have done more in her bid to replace Ellen White up front, scoring four goals in the tournament despite starting all five games on the bench. That fact she has proved so dangerous against tiring defences, and seems so suited to the super-sub role, means White gets the initial nod once again.


Confirmed England lineup!

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Latest odds

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Betfair: Euro 2022 winner

England: 8/11

Germany: Evens

Betfair: Bet Builder specials

Ellen White to score and England to win Euro 2022: 5/2

Beth Mead to score and England to win Euro 2022: 3/1

Euro 2022 final: Martina Voss-Tecklenburg excited by ‘football feast’ as England and Germany renew rivalry

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Germany head coach Martina Voss-Tecklenburg believes the country’s rivalry with England “electrifies football fans” and she would have chosen to play the Lionesses over any other team in the final of Euro 2022.

England and Germany will meet in the final at Wembley on Sunday afternoon, with the Lionesses looking to win their first major trophy in women’s football.

Voss-Tecklenburg is excited for the showdown, describing the clash as being a “football feast”.

Read Voss-Tecklenburg’s quotes in full here!c


The Lionesses are on their way!

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Euro 2022 final: All female fly-past and record crowd expected for Germany clash

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England’s highly-anticipated clash against Germany is expected to draw in the biggest home TV audience on record for a women’s football match and will also see an all female fly-past.

Some 90,000 fans are due to fill Wembley Stadium – most hoping to watch the Lionesses secure the first major tournament title for an England team since 1966 – while millions more watch from homes, pubs and fan zones.

The record number of viewers for a women’s game is 11.7 million, which was set during England’s semi-final defeat by the United States in the 2019 World Cup, although audience records are expected to be broken on Sunday.

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England fans pose for a photo on Wembley Way (Joe Giddens/PA) (PA Wire)

Leah Williamson: Euro 2022 ‘will change women’s place in society around the world’

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England captain Leah Williamson believes the Lionesses have begun to change the way society views women through their run to the final of Euro 2022.

The Lionesses have captured the hearts of the country through their run to the final of this home Euros, which will take place on Sunday against Germany at Wembley.

England have played in front of sell-out crowds for all their games, while millions have watched on television around the country.

Read Williamson’s quotes in full here!


Sarina Wiegman: England fear no one

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Sarina Wiegman says England fear no one going into Sunday’s Euro 2022 final against Germany at Wembley.

England have stormed to the final after thumping Sweden, the No2 ranked team in the world, 4-0 in the semi-finals. Before that, the Lionesses cruised through the group stage, winning all their games and scoring 14 unanswered goals.

England are unbeaten in 19 games since Wiegman was appointed, scoring over 100 goals, and ahead of Sunday’s final with eight-time European champions Germany, the Dutch women was in a confident mood.

Read Wiegman’s quotes in full here!

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Wembley Way is filling up

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What a sight...


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The Lionesses are going from strength to strength and have shown no signs of being impacted by the added pressure of hosting the tournament.

Confidence is flowing through the camp and even if the starting XI is struggling, there is so much strength in depth waiting in reverse and no team has been able to live with England’s substitutes so far.

Germany have only conceded one goal all tournament and have the experience of delivering on the biggest stage time and time again, so it is unlikely to be the kind of comfortable win that England produced against Norway and Sweden.

But Wiegman has transformed the mentality of the side - they are ready to go all the way.

A 2-0 England win.

England players celebrate their second goal against Sweden in the semi-final on Tuesday (Danny Lawson/PA) (PA Wire)
England players celebrate their second goal against Sweden in the semi-final on Tuesday (Danny Lawson/PA) (PA Wire)

Germany team news: Buhl concern

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Germany seemingly suffered no injury problems in their semi-final win over France.

The big concern for them will be Klara Buhl, who missed that match with Covid. She will need to produce a negative test in the coming days if she is to feature at Wembley.

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England team news: White and Daly likely to start

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Once again Wiegman’s faith in her starting XI will be tested. Russo continues to shine off the bench and while that has led to calls for her to replace Ellen White in the team, the Lionesses could opt to keep her in that super-sub role.

Keira Walsh went off against Sweden late on with cramp but is expected to be fine to start again, while Rachel Daly is likely to get the nod at left-back over Alex Greenwood.


Where to watch England vs Germany

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TV channel: In the UK, the game will be televised live on BBC One, with coverage starting at 4pm.

Live stream: The match will also be broadcast live via the BBC Sport website and iPlayer app.

Live blog: You can follow all the action via Standard Sport’s live blog.

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Good afternoon and welcome to Standard Sport’s LIVE coverage of England’s historic Euro 2022 final meeting with Germany at Wembley.

The Lionesses have captured the hearts of a nation on their march to the final, although the Germans provide huge competition in the tournament showpiece.

Kick-off is at 5pm BST and we will be bringing you all of the build-up!

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