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England 2-1 Germany (aet): summary: score, goals, highlights, Euro 2022 final

Soccer Football - Women's Euro 2022 - Final - England v Germany - Wembley Stadium, London, Britain - July 31, 2022 England's Leah Williamson and Millie Bright lift the trophy as they celebrate with teammates after winning Women's Euro 2022 REUTERS/Peter Cziborra     TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

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England-Germany: headlines 

- Chloe Kelly stabs home in extra time to win Euro 2022 for England

- Toone fires England ahead just after the hour mark as Magull draws level with ten minutes on the clock

- Bad news for Germany as Popp picks up injury in warm-up

- Host nation England looking for first ever major trophy

- Germany looking to claim ninth Women's Euro title

- All eyes on top scorers, England's Beth Mead and German Alexandra Popp

- England coach Wiegman has won all 11 of her European Championship matches as a manager

Many thanks for joining us today as Sarina Wiegman's team made history. A great end to what has been a great tournament. 

What a day for English football as the hosts have just that little more in the tank to see off Germany to the delight of a packed Wembley stadium. What a titanic tussle that was ... a fitting finales to what has been a great competition. 

The whistle sounds and England are Euro 2022 champions !

We'll have a further 2 minutes of added time ....England are seconds away from writing a huge page in the history books.

Final change as Hemp makes way for Parris

Germany are reeling and they sense that another comeback may be a bridge too far.

Frohms forced to save well tipping over from a Russo strike... 


The clock ticks down. at Wembley with the tension palpable... England just 3-4 minutes away from creating history.


Just eight minutes for England to keep Germany at bay...

Kelly it was who was alert to stab the ball home.... 2-1 to England

The ball is in the net.... Goal for England


Jill Scott wins a corner and does her best to get the fans fired up... 


It's England who have started this half in a brighter vein as Frohms is forced to make an unorthodox save with her feet. 

Mental and physical strength coupled with hunger and desire key ingredients for both teams.... 

We're under way for the last time as the second half of extra time is up and running.... 

The whistle sounds and it remains 1-1


Last minute of the first half of extra time ... 15 left to decide a winner otherwise it's the dreaded penalty kicks !

Tiredness a factor now leading to misplaced passes and late tackles...

Heggering off for Germany and Doorsoun on


Russo is carded as she clips Oberdorf. England looking the tireder of the two sides as the sun peeps from behind the clouds and bathes the stadium briefly... 


Germany forcing england to sit deep as they look to find a way past the wall of white shirts

Plenty of tired legs on display on the energy sapping Wembley turf... The 89,000 plus fans still doing their bit in creating a fine atmosphere as neither side has mustered any sense of danger in the opening phase of extra time.

Possession: ENG-50-50 GER (%) ..once again the possession stat is bang on the money in portraying the parity between both sides.

Fsr from what either coach would want for their teams after a draining tournament...England needed extra time to overcome Spain in the quarter final but goal hero that day Stanway is no longer on the pitch. 

Off we go...Germany start the additional thirty minutes

Change for Germany as goal scorer Magull makes way for Dallmann

It's been a gripping contest here at Wembley Stadium and what twists and turns are in store as we head to extra time ?

The whistle sounds... 1-1 it ends and we're off to extra time

Germany break well and now it's their turn to win a last gasp dangerous free. Last action of the game no doubt...


Great final push from England as they peg Germany deep inside their win half ... Russo wins a free and Germany need to be alert here

4 minutes of added time have been confirmed by the fourth official


Final minutes of the 90. Extra time on the cards it would appear....

Daly and Stanway the two players who leave the pitch

Double switch for England as Greenwood and Scott are poised to come on....


Into the last five of normal time in Wembley... If nothing changes it'll be an additional 30 minutes of extra time!

How the German FA Twitter account celebfrate their equalising tor !

So, what a climax we have on our hands... Ten minutes remain, who has the stronger mentality ...who has the better fitness level? A fascinating end to what has been a tremendous tournament.

Fine finish from the Bayern player as she steers the ball home from a Wassmuth ball

Never write Germany off as Magull strikes to level the final

Over 87,000 fans at Wembley today creating another attendance record ... Euro 2022 has really been a success in terms of getting fans into the grounds!


Gwinn with a cross-shot which zips across the face of the England and was just crying out to be steered home. The fans sensing tiredness do their bit to rally England along.

Another switch for Germany as Darbritz makes way for Lohmann.


Germany turning up the heat now as they peg England back. 


20 minutes of the Euro 2022 final remain.... England on the cusp of creating history ....Is Football is packing it's bags ready to 'come home'?

The Wembley crowd are playing their part now as England are visibly buoyed by the goal. Still plenty of the final ahead though as Germany are reeling momentarily.

Change for Germany as Schuller is replaced by Anyomi

Germany hit the woodwork as Magull leaves Earps stranded and the England keeper is saved by her post.

So, just when it seemed that Germany were in control... up steps the sub Toone with an ice-cold finish to send 90% of Wembley Stadium into raptures.

Toone it is with the goal, what a finish from the sub.... a delightful lob over the keeper and Wembley stadium erupts !


England take the lead...

This doesn't look great as Mead limps from the pitch after a knock.... Not looking great for the arsenal striker as Greenwood looks likely to make an entrance.


As we hit the hour mark, can't help but feel that this game will be decided by a single goal... For what side ? Difficult call, but Germany are very much in charge now....

and another card... Schuller clips Earps and is also into the book.

Oberdorf picks up a card...her fourth of the competition and the 20-year-old is the fourth name taken this evening.

Toone in for Kirby as Ellen White makes way for Russo...England make two changes..... 


England already preparing, what looks like two changes... Wiegman aware that her side are being outplayed and the Dutch coach looks to make here move.

Not sure what Germany coach Martina Voss-Tecklenburg said at the break, but it has woken her side from the lackluster Germany we saw in the first half.


Germany looking like a different proposition in the half, the girls in green have come out with a different attitude as Magull drives the ball inches wide. 


Earps hasn't put a finger wrong today, the United keeper grabbing every lofted ball into the box and seems to be brimming with confidence. Germany break and Wassmuth hits the ball straight at the England keeper.


The side in green get the action underway

The teams take to the pitch for the second side and its Germany who start the action


Nothing to choose from both sides in the first 45 minutes. White with two decent half-chances for England and Earps on call to thwart Germany twice during the half....where will the deadlock be broken?

The whistle sounds and the players head to the Wembley dressing rooms with a 0-0 scoreboard... Tight and tense with nothing resembling a clear-cut chance for either side.

Germany initially reeling from the news that a muscular problem sustained by Alexandra Popp during the warm-up would rule their captain out of the game.

Frohms possibly the busier of the two keepers...


45 minutes up on the clock as the fourth official confirms an additional minute of time.

Possession stats after 42 mins: 50-50 (%) ...vert much a snapshot of the half.... 

Rauch barges into Mead and becomes the first German player in the book.


The game is a lot more open now with the opening quarter of an hour a tense and cagey affair..... England ahead ever so slightly if pushed to select a dominant side as White fires over with the left boot as the City player was leaning back.

0-0 as we head towards the break. Extra time and penalty kicks also potential ways of resolving today's clash should it remain level after 90  / 120 minutes.


Past the half hour mark and it's a cagey one here at Wembley. England on top with Germany slowly clawing their way into the contest clearly rocked with the loss of Alexandra Popp in the warm-up. 

Germany go close and Earps is called into action as she smothers a stray ball in the box. The game developing a 'wave pattern' now with Germany currently in charge as VAR takes a look at a possible spot kick for Germany...

Check over and nothing ....

And Darbritz is targeted again and this time it's Ellen White who finds her way into the book.

First card of the night is awarded to Stanway for a lunge on Dabritz.


England now laying siege to the German goal with Mead on dead ball duty and showing a tendency to overheat her corner kicks. Frohms very much the busier of the two keepers however with Earps yet to be called into action for England.

England ahead on possession... 56-46 for the home side (%)

Goles a favor
per match420
per match2.613
Goles en contra
per match0.21
per match0.21
Faltas cometidas
per match840
per match1260
Tarjetas amarillas
per match0.42
per match1.68
Remates recibidos
per match8.844
per match945
per match519.42597
per match444.42222

Past the quarter of an hour and it was England who started better but as the clock ticks down, Germany seem to have woken up with the only chance (half-chance) falling to Ellen White in the opening minutes.


Better from Germany now as they seem to have started the game in 'shell-shock mode' after losing their talismanic captain and goalscorer in Popp. Huth now very much the outlet in front of goal for the visitors.

Germany confirming Popp situation


The German FA confirm that Popp has to miss the game at short notice due to muscular problems. Lea Schüller starts from the beginning. Svenja Huth takes over as captain.


England looking to exploit the German wings with White the target for balls being launched in from both flanks. First effort from Germany as Dabritz shoots from outside the box.... Ball deflected away from the danger zone and the flag goes up for offside.

The absence of Popp surely gives England a major advantage... 

The worst possible news for Germany as leading goalscorer and Golden Boot leader Alexandra Popp is out for the Euro 2022 final against England after picking up an injury in warm-ups...

It's been an overcast morning and afternoon in the English capital and the sun makes a brief appearance glistening on the Wembley surface... Far from cold with a current temp. of 25C/77 F..ideal conditions for players and fans alike.


First chance of the night falls to England as Kirby finds White who heads the ball straight at the German keeper.

Not sure if it's just me, but the Wembley surface looks very dry and slow....


Off we go at Wembley Stadium ....

Both teams huddle as the ball is carried out by remote control mini vehicle... All set ahead of the final ..... England to kick off....

Germany today in their away kit of dark green. England Lionesses in their classic all white as the captains carry out the pre-game protocol.

National anthem time... Germany first followed by 'God Save the Queen'....

The teams are in the Wembley Stadium tunnel....90,000 fans greet the 22 players with the stadium a riot of colour.... kick-off less than 5 minutes away.

Sold out Wembley

Georgia Stanway revealed England’s men’s team have made ticket requests for the sell-out Women’s Euros final between the Lionesses and Germany.

A Women’s Euros record crowd of 87,200 will be in attendance for the mouth-watering showpiece, just over a year on from England’s penalty shoot-out defeat to Italy at the same venue in the final of the men’s Euros.

Speaking during a media conference ahead of the final, Stanway - scorer of a stunning extra-time winner in the quarter-final against Spain - said: “Quite a lot of the England men have been in touch, just wishing us well and asking if they can have a ticket.

“Sorry lads, we’re all sold out!

Milton Keynes (United Kingdom), 08/07/2022.- Lucia Garcia Cordoba (R) of Spain celebrates with teammates Mapi Leon (L) and Aitana Bonmati (C) after scoring the 3-1 lead during the Group B match of the UEFA Women's EURO 2022 between Spain and Finland in Milton Keynes, Britain, 08 July 2022. (Finlandia, España, Reino Unido) EFE/EPA/TIM KEETON

UEFA Women's EURO 2022 ...a huge triumph

Whatever the outcome of today's final at Wembley, this tournament has been a resounding success breaking the overall tournament attendance record of 240,055 set at Women's EURO 2017 in the Netherlands which has now been doubled in England.
Following the semi-final between Germany and France, the attendance for this tournament now stands at 487,683 fans with 100,000 children have been part of that record-breaking attendance while 47% of all fans in the stadiums have been female, with a similar fan demographic anticipated for the final today.

Kateryna Monzul

Wembley final referee Monzul relishing an ‘emotional moment’

The 41-year-old official Kateryna Monzul from Kharkiv in eastern Ukraine will lead out the two finalists, England and Germany, for Sunday’s big occasion in front of a huge crowd at London’s iconic Wembley Stadium.

Monzul endured a difficult period earlier this year when war broke out in Ukraine, and she decided to leave her country.

This is a really emotional moment for me, and I’m enjoying it,” says Monzul, who started out as an international referee in 2004. “My heart is already beating fast. It’s the moment when a dream you have comes true.”

“But I must say that it’s also a moment where I feel responsibility, because I’ll be refereeing an important football game.”

The call to tell her loved ones back in Ukraine about her selection for the final was a moment of immense joy and pride. “When I heard their happy and positive response,” Monzul recalls, “I realised how important it was for them as well as for myself.”

Germany XI confirmed

The German side is named with all eyes on Alexandra Popp, Germany's main danger outlet and scorer of six goals during the tournament so far. Lena Oberdorf has been a rock in a defensive capacity and the 'Lionesses' will need to be at their best to outfox the Wolfsburg player.

England XI

England remain unchanged for the sixth consecutive game with head coach Weigman remaining faithful to her 'if it ain't broke, why fix it' line of thinking.. Beth Mead leads the line and will be looking to add to her six goals during the Euro 2022 competition.


Mead, England's top performer

Beth Mead will hope to crown, what has been an excellent Euro 2022 with a winners medal today in front of a packed and partisan crowd at Wembley Stadium. Mead (along with Germany's Popp) have bagged six goals during the tournament with the Arsenal striker also leading the stats charts when it comes to assists.

Germany looking for title #9

Germany looking to make it 9 wins today with their roll of honour impressive considering the first women's Euro was only held in 1984.

Women's EURO champions x 8 (1989, 1991, 1995, 1997, 2001, 2005, 2009, 2013)

Lionesses arrive at Wembley

Lionesses manager, Sarina Wiegman has told England's silky-skilled Lionesses to be on their guard for a physical battle from Germany in the Euro 2022 final.

The England boss has won all 11 of her European Championship matches as a manager, including her run to glory in charge of the Netherlands five years ago.

Alexandra Popp of Germany

UEFA Women's EURO 2022 semi final

Popp and Mead: Players to watch

Undoubtedly two of the standout players in England during the last three weeks have been Beth Mead and Alexandra Popp, current joint-top scorers with six goals each.

The Lionesses have not found it difficult to score goals, finding the net 20 times in five games in the tournament so far. In fact, only Germany in 2009 have ever scored more at a Women’s Euros (21).

Mead’s goal in the opening 1-0 win against Austria at Old Trafford was vital for getting their campaign rolling, before she grabbed a hat-trick in the 8-0 thrashing of Norway, another in the 5-0 win against Northern Ireland, and the opener in the 4-0 semi-final humbling of Sweden.

While Germany have not been quite as proficient – still scoring a respectable 13 goals – Popp’s contributions had initially come when adding to leads, with the captain’s goals against Denmark, Spain, Finland and Austria all arriving when her team were already ahead.

However, she came into her own in the last-four clash with France, scoring both goals in the 2-1 win, including a dominant header to win it with 14 minutes remaining.

The action from a sell-out Wembley Stadium gets underway at 17:00 (local time) or 12:00 pm (ET) / 9:00 am (PT).

Hello and welcome to our live coverage of the final game of the 2022 European Championship as host nation England face eight-time-winners in Germany.