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Guide to Watch the Women’s EURO 2022 Final

Guide to Watch the Women’s EURO 2022 Final

Who is playing in the Women’s EURO 2022 Final? 

Hosts England will be going head-to-head against Germany in the 2022 UEFA Women’s Euro Final. This match will mark the culmination of the 13th edition of the tournament, which featured 16 teams and ran from July 6 to July 31 in England. 

When & where to watch the Women’s EURO Final in Canada?

The Women’s EURO 2022 Final is set to be held on Sunday, July 31, 2022. Kick-off is at noon EST and you can catch all of the action and stream the match in Canada for free on the official UEFA website,

Where is the #WEURO2022 Final being played? 

The #WEURO2022 Final will be held at Wembley Stadium in London, England. An expected 87,200 fans will be in attendance at a sold-out Wembley on Sunday night to cheer on their preferred nation. Being the largest sports venue in the UK, and second-largest in Europe, this iconic stadium is the perfect stage to crown the next European champions.  

Show your support for the Women’s Euro 2022 on the pitch, with the UEFA Nike Flight soccer ball, the official ball of the tournament. 

England’s Lionesses: Roaring for the Win 

The Lionesses – England’s Women National Team – undeniably are the favourites to win going into Sunday’s match. On home turf, the undefeated team is determined to sweep the competition. This represents the Lionesses’ first major final appearance since 2009 and third appearance in a European championship final. 

The last time these two teams saw each other in a Euro Final was in 2009 when England suffered a 6-2 loss against Germany. New brilliant talent, a relentless style of play, and the entire country cheering them on will fuel the Lionesses’ to control their fate come Sunday. 

Road to the Final: England’s semi-final performance in Sheffield was a masterclass of skill and dominance. The impact was instant when Mead’s header hit the back of the goal in the 34th minute. Nothing was going to stop Sarina Wiegman’s team from getting to the final. Ultimately, the four brilliant goals scored against Sweden allowed this fired-up team to bring it home. 

Player to look out for: By naming the breakout stars on this team, we would just be naming the entire roster. Mead, Bronze, Kirby, Walsh, Stanway – everyone knows their part to play and executes it perfectly. One special baller who deserves her flowers? Mary Earps, the 25-year-old goalkeeper from Nottingham. With four clean sheets in five games and just one goal conceded in over 450 minutes of game play, her acrobatics in between the posts is bar none. 

Germany’s Die Nationalelf: Looking to Make History

The German Women’s National Team – referred to as Die Nationalelf / The National Eleven – have reached their ninth Women’s Euro final out of eleven appearances. The record European champs with eight titles to their name won six consecutive championships from 1996 to 2013. 

After a heartbreaking loss in the QF to Denmark in 2017 that broke that streak, coach Martina Voss-Tecklenburg and her team won’t settle for anything less than victory. One thing is certain, no matter what happens on that pitch, history books are getting rewritten on Sunday.  

Road to the Final: Up until the 44th minute of the semi-final against France, the German Women’s National Team had not conceded a goal throughout the entire tournament. Capitalizing on two phenomenal goals from Popp, the captain was able to cement her team’s place in the final. With high class and their ability to finish in crucial moments, it seems as though nothing can stop this dominant German side. 

Player to look out for: Tied with England’s young star striker Beth Mead, Germany’s veteran captain Alexandra Popp has six goals to her name this tournament. By scoring in five consecutive Euro's matches, she equals Michel Platini’s 1984 record. Can anyone stop her? Only Sunday’s match will tell. 

#WEURO2022: Record Support, Success & Attendance 

Support for women’s football is at an all-time high. We’ve seen it with the growing success of the NWSL in the States and WSL in the UK. Sponsors and supporters are actively buying into the top-tier talent these women have relentlessly been showcasing and waiting for the world to catch onto. Women’s football is inspiring a new generation of football fans, and it’s exciting to see. 

Attendance and viewing numbers have reached an all-time high for the 2022 edition of the Euros, with that trend continuing in the two semi-finals. The iconic upcoming match-up at Wembley is sure to bring in even more impressive numbers. The stakes for both sides have never been higher. Sunday’s final will be a match to remember. The whistle hasn’t been blown, and it’s already going down as one of the most historic matches in women’s football history.

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