England vs Germany Euro Final Live: England went undefeated on their journey to a possible Euro victory, reaching the final after a stunning 4-0 win over Sweden. Meanwhile, Leah Williamson and her teammates are busy preparing for the fiery final that will take football home played on British soil.
England play either Germany or France on Sunday, with the remaining teams battling it out for seats tonight (Wednesday). As they inch closer to victory, we take a look at the tournament’s previous record in terms of international competitions and why they are worried about the prospect of a match against Germany in the final.
This year, however, England could have a chance to beat Sweden in the eventual tournament after winning 4-0 in the quarter-finals. England’s last women’s team reached the European Championship final in 2009, when Arsenal legend Faye White matched against Germany in the final, but unfortunately lost 6-2 in the cup.
England v Germany Women’s Euro 2022 final
The German women’s national team won all competitions from 1989 to 2013, winning eight times, with the exception of one loss in 1993 where they finished fourth
In 2017, they missed out on the title again, ending their journey in the quarter-finals, but this year they could reach the final to reclaim the title.
England v Germany Team
England predicted XI: Earps; Bronze, Bright, Williamson, Daly; Walsh; Mead, Stanway, Kirby, Hemp; White.
Germany predicted XI: Frohms; Gwinn, Hendrich, Hegering, Rauch; Magull, Oberdorf, Dabritz; Brand, Popp, Huth.