The second semi-final takes place on Wednesday evening, with the winner meeting England at Wembley on Sunday.
Beth Mead, Lucy Bronze, Alessia Russo and Fran Kirby all secured the Lionesses’ place at Wembley Stadium on Sunday and all that remains is to find out who they will play against.
In the other semi-final, eight-time winners Germany meet France and takes place tonight (Wednesday 27 July).
Here’s everything you need to know about when and where the game takes place, when it kicks off and how to watch it on UK TV and online:
Date and kick-off time of the Women’s European Championship Germany vs. France semi-finals
The second semi-final will be played on Wednesday 27 July 2022.
The match is scheduled to kick off at 20:00 BST.
Where is Germany vs France played?
The second semi-final will be played at the MK Stadium in Milton Keynes.
The 30,500 capacity venue, which is the home ground of English Premier League club MK Dons, has already hosted three matches of the tournament.
It will be Germany’s second visit to the host city after beating Finland 3-0 in the group stage on 16 July.
Stadium MK also hosted Finland’s other two group games against Spain and Denmark.
What channel is Germany vs France on?
The game will be streamed live on BBC One from 7.30pm – 30 minutes before kick-off.
Gabby Logan presents the coverage with analysis from Alex Scott, Fara Williams and Laura Georges and commentary from Jonathan Pearce and Lucy Ward.
If necessary, the game will go into overtime and possibly penalties, which means that the scheduled end time of the broadcast of 22:10 may be exceeded.
Live stream Germany vs France
The game can be streamed online via BBC Iplayer.
Iplayer is available free of charge to households that already have a TV license and can be accessed via a web browser or by downloading the app, which is available from most major app stores.
Germany vs France match odds and tournament record
The semi-final is looking almost too close to decide and the odds makers have taken that into account in the market as Germany are 6/4 and France 19/10 to win in regular time.
The draw is scored 2/1 and if it ends quite clearly after 90 minutes, the record eight-time winners will be the favorites to progress.
Germany is 3/4 to qualify for the final before the game while France is 21/20.
Alexandra Popp, who is tied for second in the Golden Boot race, is a 4/1 favorite to score the first goal.
France reached the semifinals by topping their group, winning two games and drawing one, then beating the defending champions Netherlands 1–0 in the quarterfinals.
Meanwhile, Germany have not only reached the final without dropping a point, they have not conceded a goal either – they have won all four games so far and scored 11 goals.