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England – Germany at Women’s EURO 2022, presentation, TV channels, possible line-ups | Women’s EURO

England and Germany meet at Wembley in the UEFA Women’s EURO final on Sunday 31 July.

In one look

📆 Sunday July 31 at 6 p.m.
🏟 Wembley, London (England)
⚽️ Women’s EURO Final
To follow live

Where to watch the game

Click here to know all the broadcasters.

The pitch

Faced with an attendance that promises to be record for a final at Wembley, the tournament offers itself a huge poster in the final: the meeting between the host country and the most successful team in this event. Germany have won a record eight consecutive finals (including a 6-2 win over England in the 2009 final in Helsinki) and while their overall record against England is impressive (21 wins, 4 draws, 2 defeats), it could be that the gap has partly closed, with Sarina Wiegman’s Lionesses beating Germany 3-1 in a friendly at Wolverhampton in February.

Martina Voss-Tecklenburg’s players arrived quietly at the EURO but their intensive pressing and efficiency in front of goal took them to the top of Europe. England, on the other hand, picked up some impressive wins and showed they could fight for victory even without having much possession of the ball, as the quarter-final against Spain showed. The home advantage could influence the fate of this final, but Germany can rely on strong support at home, more than 12 million viewers attending the semi-final victory against France.

Possible compositions

England : Earps; Bronze, Bright, Williamson, Daly; Stanway, Walsh; Mead, Kirby, Hemp; White

Germany : Frohms; Gwinn, Hendrich, Hegering, Rauch; Magull, Oberdorf, Däbritz; Huth, Popp, Brand

EURO 2022 top scorer Beth Mead

The words

Martina Voss-Tecklenburg, Germany, coach
It will be an incredible final. We will play at Wembley in front of 80 or 90,000 spectators largely for England and against us, but we understand this and accept this challenge. England have been amazing in this tournament in every game with their drive, their ability to score and they have great confidence. It will be a great football party.

Beth Mead, England, striker
We must believe in our qualities and stick to our plans. We were really efficient during this tournament. We had some difficulties – that’s football – but we believed in ourselves. This group of 23 was exceptional.

Alex Popp, Germany, captain:
No one was expecting us (at this level). We are in the final, at Wembley, against England – there is nothing better than that.

Top scorers, the six goals of Alex Popp

Svenja Huth, Germany, midfielder
(We are delighted, above all, to play in front of a full stadium at Wembley. Playing against England in the EURO final is something we didn’t even dream of.

About the teams


All England goals

Group A: winner
England 1-0 Austria (Old Trafford) – Mead 16e
England 8-0 Norway (Brighton & Hove) – Stanway 12e sp, Hemp 15eWhite 29e 41eMead 34e 38e 81eRussian 66e
Northern Ireland 0-5 England Kirby 41eMead 45eRussian 48e 53eBurrows 76e csc

England 2-1 Spain (ap, Brighton & Hove) – Toone 84th, Stanway 96th

Semi final
England 4-0 Sweden (Sheffield) – Mead 34th, Bronze 48th, Russo 68th, Kirby 76th

Best EURO performance: Finalist (1984, 2009)

EURO 2017 : semi-finalist

Previous finals

27/05/1984: Sweden 1-0 England (Gothenburg) and England 1-0 ap Sweden (Sweden won 4-3 on pens) (Luton)
10/09/2009: England 2-6 Germany (Helsinki)


All of Germany’s goals

Group B: winners
Germany 4-0 Denmark (Brentford) – Magull 21eSchüller 57eLattwein 78ePopp 86e
Germany 2-0 Spain (Brentford) – Bühl 3ePop 37e
Finland 0-3 Germany (Milton Keynes) – Kleinherne 40ePop 48eAnyomi 63e

Germany 2-0 Austria (Brentford) – Magull 25ePopp 90th

Semi final
Germany 2-1 France (Milton Keynes) – Popp 40th and 76th

Best EURO performance : winner (1989, 1991, 1995, 1997, 2001, 2005, 2009, 2013)

EURO 2017 : quarter-finals

Previous finals

02/07/1989: Germany 4-1 Norway (Osnabrück)
14/07/1991: Germany 3-1 ap Norway (Aalborg)
26/03/1995: Germany 3-2 Sweden (Kaiserslauten)
12/07/1997: Italy 0-2 Germany (Oslo)
07/07/2001: Germany 1-0 ap Sweden (Ulm)
19/06/2005: Germany 3-1 Norway (Blackburn)
10/09/2009: England 2-6 Germany (Helsinki)
28/07/2013: Germany 1-0 Norway (Solna)


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