All eyes are now focused on Sunday's Wembley final as the Lionesses roar toward Euro triumph following their spectacular victory against Sweden.
England defeated Sweden 4-0 to get to the Euro 2022 final. Beth Mead opened the scoring in the first half, Lucy Bronze gave the Lionesses a 2-0 lead, Alessia Russo scored a spectacular back-heel nutmeg, and Fran Kirby completed the scoring.
Thousands of football enthusiasts of all ages will throng to Wembley Stadium on Sunday to see the final.
What time is the UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 final?
The final begins at 5 p.m. at Wembley Stadium, located in the heart of Wembley Park.
The stadium, which has a capacity of 90,000, will welcome thousands of families to witness world-class football beneath its historic arch.
Depending on the outcome of the final semi-final on Wednesday night. The Lionesses of England will take on either France or Germany.
The most successful team in Women’s EURO history, Germany, will face off against first-time semifinalists France.
5 facts about UEFA Women’s EURO
- The UEFA Women’s EURO was established in 1984, following the European Competition for Women’s Football Qualification.
- The inaugural tournament was won by Sweden, while the following one was won by Norway in 1987. The Netherlands won the most recent competition in 2017.
- Only four teams competed in each tournament up to 1995. Since 2017, there have been 16 teams, which is the current number.
- Following its first hosting of the competition in 2005, England 2022 for the second host the UEFA Women’s EURO in 2022.
- 5 With 14 goals this year, England holds the record for the most goals scored during a single group stage.