England v Germany – EURO 2022 Final LIVE: FREE Stream, TV Channel, Team News for Historic Final – Updates

ENGLAND are poised to make HISTORY today as they attempt to become the country’s first team to ever win a European Championship.

But they meet old enemy Germany in a delicious finale.

The great Lionesses scored 20 goals 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 the sold out Wembley Stadium for tonight’s Showpiece finale and we’ve got ALL the news here.

  • start time: 5pm CET
  • TV/live stream: BBC One/iPlayer
  • England XI: Consequences
  • Germany XI: Consequences


Follow ALL the action with our live blog below…

England defeated Sweden 4-0 in the semifinals


England defeated Sweden 4-0 in the semifinalsCredit: EPA

When is the 2022 Women’s European Championship final?

  • The flagship event between England and Germany takes place on Sunday 31 July.
  • The aim is probably to 5pm UK time.
  • A packed Wembley Stadium in London is the assigned arena for this massive show and can hold a whopping 90,000 fans.
  • This match replaces the Community Shield match 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 final of the 2022 Women’s European Championship will be broadcast LIVE to the FREE on BBC One in the UK to holders of valid television licences.
  • Pre-game coverage begins on 4pm UK time – one hour before kick-off.
  • Viewers also have the option to stream ALL the action on the BBC iPlayer app or the BBC Sport website.
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Who will England play in the Women’s Euro 2022 final?

A doubles match by Alexandra Popp helped Germany to a grueling semi-final victory as they continued their hunt for a stunning 9th European title.

Team News

Sub Alessia Russo’s outstanding hacking goal against Sweden will have tested Sarina Wiegman’s confidence in her starting XI, with the Man Utd striker putting pressure on Ellen White.

Keira Walsh left the field with cramps at the end of the semi-final but should be fit for the start at Wembley.

Germany don’t have injury problems but Klara Buhl missed the semi-finals with Covid.

She must submit a negative test to appear in the finals.

  • The trip to Wembley

    With all the excitement of the upcoming game, it’s worth remembering how players got here, if only to boast.

    The Lionesses started their tournament with a narrow 1-0 win over Norway before beating Norway 8-0. Next came Northern Ireland, who couldn’t stop Sarina Wiegman’s side from running away with the group in a 5-0 win.

    England then took on Spain and showed their skills in extra time before progressing to the semi-finals against Sweden. Four goals later we are here.

    .Photo credit: Getty
  • Full house

    All 90,000 seats at Wembley will be filled for this afternoon’s final, with the majority being occupied by English fans.

    The tournament organizers announced earlier today that the final will be the highest attended women’s soccer game in history!

    No pressure, lionesses.

    .Photo credit: Getty
  • weather check

    It’s a gray day in north London this afternoon but fans are bringing color to the game.

    Credit: AP
  • Welcome to England vs Germany

    Hello and welcome to Sunsport’s live coverage of the Women’s EURO Final.

    It doesn’t get any bigger!

    England will take on Germany at 17:00 at Wembley Stadium to decide who will be crowned European champions.

    In the meantime, we bring you all setup and team information as we prepare for kick-off.

    Are you sitting comfortably? This promises to be a classic.

    .Credit: AP

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