England and Germany chase victory at Wembley in a historic European Championship

Third time lucky. Or at least that’s what Britain hopes for. The host after losing two European Championship finals in 1984 and 2009 remove first title At the legendary Wembley Stadium (Sunday 6:00 pm) against Germany’s most successful team.

England and Germany want to mark an era and become champions of a historic European Championship. The year of women’s football records could not ignore the celebration of this competition. A new record is expected at Wembley this edition, after 487,683 spectators and a record 68,871 at Old Trafford. With a capacity of 87,000 fans and all tickets sold, the British no longer set limits. With 79,115 spectators at the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium in 1964, they want to surpass the highest attendance of a European. Additionally, BRIT-Award winner Becky Hill will star in the final show. UEFA said, “This is the first time that a musical performance of this magnitude will take place in the final of the European Women’s Championship.”

Sarina Wiegman’s outfit was favorites from the start of the competition. As a team, for the country’s support last year and for the dominance shown since the Netherlands took the reins of the team. The numbers also support them. 19 unbeaten matches and 20 goals in five matches from the European Championship. If they deliver the version they’ve been waiting for at Wembley, they could be the highest scoring national team in history. The record currently belongs to Germany, who scored 21 goals at Euro 2009 and beat England 6-2 in the final.

The English team wants to start this new era of women’s football and close a wound that has been open for many years. football country never established itself as the continent’s best. The wound deepened after losing on penalties as the host in the men’s final. But Wembley offers them a new opportunity to lead European football.

Germany is historically the strongest choice. They have never lost a final. Moreover, They were European champions for 22 yearsFrom March 1995 to July 2017, when they lost to Denmark in the quarter-finals. To date, they have failed to win only two (1993 and 2017) of the ten competitions they have entered. After the last Europe, the favorites poster escaped them.

“No one expected us to come this far. We’re in the Wembley final against England,” Popp said. Everything changed with the arrival of Voss-Tecklenburg in 2019. coach spearheaded a regeneration in the team and gave it back to them situation belonging to them. A solid defensively and very strong offensively team has already managed to break through Spain, Austria and France. And they only need to beat England to reach their ninth European Championship.

But it’s not just the hosts who want revenge for the 2009 finale. They have a more permanent scar in Germany, who turned 56 this Saturday. Curiously, the 1966 World Cup held at Wembley. The country has not forgotten this wound. And they want the players to play in that success. “Germany has the opportunity to avenge the 2-4 loss in the 1966 final before them.“, wrote the popular newspaper ‘Bild’.

A coach will become European champion for the seventh time in a row. Although only six of the sixteen teams bet on a woman. Voss-Tecklenburg clearly says this. “There’s more pressure on England tomorrow. They have a long streak but it might be a good time to change that.” By the way, Wiegman is not afraid to become an eight-time European champion. “We are not afraid of anyone” sure. The anthem of The Lihtning Seeds and the popular “Thirty years of pain have never stopped me from dreaming” are already echoing at Wembley. England is confident of its first European championship.

Third time lucky. Or at least that’s what Britain hopes for. The host after losing two European Championship finals in 1984 and 2009 remove first title At the legendary Wembley Stadium (Sunday 6:00 pm) against Germany’s most successful team.

England and Germany want to mark an era and become champions of a historic European Championship. The year of women’s football records could not ignore the celebration of this competition. A new record is expected at Wembley this edition, after 487,683 spectators and a record 68,871 at Old Trafford. With a capacity of 87,000 fans and all tickets sold, the British no longer set limits. With 79,115 spectators at the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium in 1964, they want to surpass the highest attendance of a European. Additionally, BRIT-Award winner Becky Hill will star in the final show. UEFA said, “This is the first time that a musical performance of this magnitude will take place in the final of the European Women’s Championship.”

Sarina Wiegman’s outfit was favorites from the start of the competition. As a team, for the country’s support last year and for the dominance shown since the Netherlands took the reins of the team. The numbers also support them. 19 unbeaten matches and 20 goals in five matches from the European Championship. If they deliver the version they’ve been waiting for at Wembley, they could be the highest scoring national team in history. The record currently belongs to Germany, who scored 21 goals at Euro 2009 and beat England 6-2 in the final.

The English team wants to start this new era of women’s football and close a wound that has been open for many years. football country never established itself as the continent’s best. The wound deepened after losing on penalties as the host in the men’s final. But Wembley offers them a new opportunity to lead European football.

Germany is historically the strongest choice. They have never lost a final. Moreover, They were European champions for 22 yearsFrom March 1995 to July 2017, when they lost to Denmark in the quarter-finals. To date, they have failed to win only two (1993 and 2017) of the ten competitions they have entered. After the last Europe, the favorites poster escaped them.

“No one expected us to come this far. We’re in the Wembley final against England,” Popp said. Everything changed with the arrival of Voss-Tecklenburg in 2019. coach spearheaded a regeneration in the team and gave it back to them situation belonging to them. A solid defensively and very strong offensively team has already managed to break through Spain, Austria and France. And they only need to beat England to reach their ninth European Championship.

But it’s not just the hosts who want revenge for the 2009 finale. They have a more permanent scar in Germany, who turned 56 this Saturday. Curiously, the 1966 World Cup held at Wembley. The country has not forgotten this wound. And they want the players to play in that success. “Germany has the opportunity to avenge the 2-4 loss in the 1966 final before them.“, wrote the popular newspaper ‘Bild’.

A coach will become European champion for the seventh time in a row. Although only six of the sixteen teams bet on a woman. Voss-Tecklenburg clearly says this. “There’s more pressure on England tomorrow. They have a long streak but it might be a good time to change that.” By the way, Wiegman is not afraid to become an eight-time European champion. “We are not afraid of anyone” sure. The anthem of The Lihtning Seeds and the popular “Thirty years of pain have never stopped me from dreaming” are already echoing at Wembley. England is confident of its first European championship.

Source: Informacion

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