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Wembley Stadium plays host for the showpiece event of UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 as England and Germany battle it out for the trophy.

Sarina Wiegman’s Lionesses have been in a class of their own en route to the final with a number of impressive displays on home soil and are now one game away from winning a first senior major title.

However, opponents Germany have won this particular tournament a record-breaking eight times and will certainly prove England’s toughest test to date.

The Sporting News is on hand to provide live updates below throughout the evening.


62nd min – Ella Toone – England

80th min – Lina Magull – Germany

England vs. Germany live updates and highlights from UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 final

FULL-TIME: England 1-1 Germany – 30 minutes of extra-time to come!

90th min +2: Bronze crosses one in but Frohms punches clear. Russo then wins a free-kick in a dangerous position but it comes to nothing.

90th min: Russo is looking a little isolated up front on her own right now and England’s midfielders can’t quite find her with that perfect pass. Four minutes added on.

87th min: More subs for England as Alex Greenwood and Jill Scott come on for Rachel Daly and Stanway.

84th min: Few nervy touches out there now. England have just slowed down the pace a little to stop Germany’s momentum.

80th min: GOAL!!!! England 1-1 Germany

Substitute Magull has looked lively since coming on and she converts at the near post from Waßmuth’s low cross. That was a brilliant team goal from start to finish and it had been coming.

79th min: A vital block from Leah Williamson denies Germany and England clear their lines.

77th min: Giulia Gwinn whips one across the six-yard box but it’s just out of reach for Lohmann. England get lucky.

75th min: Walsh again plays a ball through the middle that opens up Germany’s defence but this time Russo gets her feet in a muddle and Germany clear.

73rd min: Dabritz is off for Sydney Lohmann. Germany rolling the dice now.

71st min: This could be a long 20 minutes for England if they don’t stay calm. A few erratic passes right now and Germany are trying to get the ball forward and break England’s defence.

66th min: Mead’s tournament is over as she can’t recover from a knock earlier and Chloe Kelly is on to replace her.

65th min: Germany rattle the post! Magull gets clear down the right and blasts one from close range but it crashes off the post and England breathe a sigh of relief. Almost an instance response.

62nd min: GOAL!!!!! England 1-0 Germany

Toone scores with a ridiculous finish in one of her first touches since coming on! She runs clear of the German defence to latch on to Walsh’s ball over the top and she keeps her composure to chip it over the goalkeeper. Wembley has erupted!

58th min: Another yellow card for Germany. This time Schuller leaves a foot in on Earps when running through on goal. Five yellow cards issued so far this match now.

57th min: Lena Oberdof gets a yellow card for for a trip on Stanway.

56th min: Hero of the hour Alessia Russo is on! Ella Toone also comes on with Kirby and White departing.

54th min: Germany win a corner as they keep the pressure on England but Earps gathers once again.

50th min: Lina Magull picks up the ball from inside the box after getting goal side of Walsh but toe pokes her shot just wide of the post. A huge let off for England. Germany have started stronger.

48th min: An error from Bright sees Waßmuth burst down the left and towards goal but she scuffs her shot and it’s a comfortable save from Earps.

We’re underway! Germany get the second half started and have made one change with Tabea Waßmuth coming on for Jule Brand.


45th min: Stanway is late on a tackle again and she has to be careful here, already on a yellow. Wiegman may have to take her off at half-time at this rate. One minute of time added on.

43rd min: Bronze plays a ball into the back post from the left but it’s just beyond Fran Kirby.

41st min: German left-back Felicitas Rauch goes flying into the back of Mead showing a bit too much aggression and she picks up a yellow card.

39th min: A brilliant break from England sees Mead racing clear down the right flank and she has options in the middle. She pulls it back to White but the striker has to stretch to make the shot and her first-time effort goes over the bar. That was a huge opportunity and she knows it.

34th min: Earps does brilliantly to come and catch a dangerous cross with Schuller running in to head home. She takes a battering off the striker but there was no malicious intent there.

29th min: A scrappy passage of play at the other end then sees England appeal for a penalty but replays show there were no concerns.

26th min: How on earth did that not go in!? England hold their breath as a German corner lands right in the middle of their six-yard box and it’s a goalmouth scramble. A combination of Mary Earps saves and a couple of England blocks eventually sees the goalkeeper claim it. A quick VAR check for a potential handball follows but nothing comes of it.

23rd min: White goes into the book a minute later. Unclear if it was for a big tackle or dissent but England need to just keep their heads now. The crowd certainly aren’t impressed with the decisions.

22nd min: Georgia Stanway goes into the referee’s book for tripping Dabritz in the middle of the park. It was a tad late but that seems harsh.

21st min: Germany certainly look a little uncomfortable with England pressing them, White leading the attack.

18th min: England have another dangerous free-kick from the right and Germany’s defence head clear for a corner off Bright’s cross. Frohms then has to deal with a high-lofted ball. The resulting corner sees Bronze’s header find the target but it doesn’t have enough power to trouble the keeper.

16th min: Mead’s free-kick into the box is overhit and it’s a wasted opportunity. Sarina Wiegman will still be happy with how her team has started so far.

13th min: Dabritz has another effort from distance but this one is much more wild and flys high and wide. Germany are just settling a bit now and enjoying more possession in the final third.

10th min: At the other end, Bronze puts in a brilliant block with her head to deny Sara Dabritz’s goal-bound strike from the edge of the box.

8th min: More promising play from the hosts sees Keira Walsh thread a pass into space down the left and Beth Mead makes light work in getting to the byline but can’t find a team-mate in the box. Eventually the flag goes up for offside.

6th min: Lucy Bronze whips in a cross from the right and it forces goalkeeper Merle Frohms into an awkward catch on her goal line. White attempts to put her under pressure by following up and clatters into the shot-stopper… who didn’t seem too impressed.

4th min: Big chance for England early doors as Fran Kirby cuts in on the left and crossed into the back post where Ellen White is lurking, her header is well saved though.

2nd min: The noise being made at Wembley is simply deafening and nothing’s even happened yet! Millie Bright goes down under a strong challenge but the referee waves play on and there are huge boos. The crowd want to play their part today that’s for sure.

We’re underway!

5mins to kickoff: The latest news is that Alexandra Popp has picked up an injury in the warmup – and she will be replaced by Lea Schuller. That makes a real difference to the style of play we can expect this afternoon – Popp is so strong in the air, Schuller has some pace.

15mins to kickoff: One more stat, though. Germany may be unbeaten in Women’s EUROs finals, but England manager Sarina Wiegman has an unbeaten record as coach full stop. She is the first manager to lead two different countries into the EUROs final, following her triumph with Netherlands in 2017 – and her record in the competition currently stands at played 11, won 11.

30mins to kickoff: Another stat for you ahead of kickoff, which shows just how dominant Germany have been in European women’s football – England have won just two of their 27 meetings with Germany across all competitions, and have lost more often against them than any other opponent (drawing four, losing 21).

45mins to kickoff: We’re expecting a full house of almost 90,000 people at Wembley today, and certainly northwest London has been pretty much packed since around 9.30am local time this morning. The majority of the crowd will be behind the home team, but there’ll be a sizeable Germany contingent – plus plenty of fans there as neutrals to enjoy an amazing occasion.

1hr to kickoff: Sarina Wiegman has, as expected, named the same team that’s started every match thus far


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