How to get tickets for Women’s Euro 2022 final as England reach Wembley showpiece

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England booked their place at Wembley for the Euro 2022 final with a superb semi-final victory over Sweden.

Home fans have followed the Lionesses around the country in recent weeks and the journey comes to an end one way or another this weekend on the biggest of stages.

Filling up at Wembley is unlikely to prove to be a problem - here’s all you need to know about getting tickets for the final!

In Pictures | Women’s Euro 2022 (Semi-Final): England vs Sweden - Lionesses celebrate victory

England’s Ellen White, Hannah Hampton celebrate and teammates celebrate (REUTERS)
England’s Ellen White, Hannah Hampton celebrate and teammates celebrate (REUTERS)
Ella Toone and Rachel Daly of England celebrate (The FA via Getty Images)
Ella Toone and Rachel Daly of England celebrate (The FA via Getty Images)
England’s Beth Mead, left, celebrates after scoring her side’s first goal (AP)
England’s Beth Mead, left, celebrates after scoring her side’s first goal (AP)
England’s midfielder Fran Kirby celebrates after scoring her team fourth goal (AFP via Getty Images)
England’s midfielder Fran Kirby celebrates after scoring her team fourth goal (AFP via Getty Images)
Lucy Bronze of England celebrates scoring their side’s second goal (Getty Images)
Lucy Bronze of England celebrates scoring their side’s second goal (Getty Images)
Alessia Russo of England scores  a sublime back heel third goal whilst under pressure from Caroline Seger and Jonna Andersson of Sweden (Getty Images)
Alessia Russo of England scores a sublime back heel third goal whilst under pressure from Caroline Seger and Jonna Andersson of Sweden (Getty Images)
Alessia Russo of England celebrates scoring their side’s third goal (Getty Images)
Alessia Russo of England celebrates scoring their side’s third goal (Getty Images)
England’s coach Sarina Wiegman celebrates with England’s midfielder Jill Scott (AFP via Getty Images)
England’s coach Sarina Wiegman celebrates with England’s midfielder Jill Scott (AFP via Getty Images)
England players celebrate in the dressing room after their sides victory (The FA via Getty Images)
England players celebrate in the dressing room after their sides victory (The FA via Getty Images)
England’s Leah Williamson, left, and Ellen White celebrate (AP)
England’s Leah Williamson, left, and Ellen White celebrate (AP)
The England team form a huddle following victory (The FA via Getty Images)
The England team form a huddle following victory (The FA via Getty Images)

When is the Women’s Euro 2022 final?

The Euro 2022 final will take place on Sunday, July 31 with kick-off at 5pm BST.

Wembley Stadium in London will host.

Who is playing in the Women’s Euro 2022 final?

Hosts England booked their place at Wembley with a semi-final victory over Sweden to keep their bid for glory on home soil on track.

Their opponents will be confirmed on Wednesday night, once Germany have played France in the other semi-final.

How to get tickets

Tickets for England’s European Championship final at Wembley on Sunday are already sold out but the Football Association will make a limited number available to official supporters’ group on Wednesday.

Fans that become My England Football members before 7am on Wednesday 27 July will be able to access the priority window for tickets.

The match at the 90,000-seater national stadium will comfortably set a new record for a crowd at a women’s Euro, surpassing the 68,871 who watched England’s 1-0 win over Austria in the opening game.

The final was sold out before the tournament began -- with over 50,000 tickets sold in advance, doubling the record attendance at the last women’s Euro in 2017 -- but each participating national association will be given a limited numbers of extra tickets ahead of the game, as in previous knockout rounds.

The FA will make their extra allocation available to My England Football members, while the winner of the other semi-final between France and Germany on Wednesday will be given the same number.

In the very unlikely event that either national association fails to sell their extra allocation, the tickets will go on general sale.

Before this tournament, the record attendance at a women’s Euro was 41,301 for Germany’s 1-0 over Norway in the 2013 final at the Friends Arena, Solna.

Euro 2022 has already smashed the record for the best-attended women’s Euros in history, comfortably surpassing the total of 240,055 set at the 2017 finals during the group stage.

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