My England memberships help buy tickets to the Women’s Euros 2022 final in England.
After a hugely successful group and knockout round of the European Women’s Championship, in which England scored 20 goals and conceded just one, the Lionesses made it through to the final of the competition.
England got through the group stage with relative ease before playing their toughest game against Spain in the quarter-finals.
However, the Lionesses prevailed, beating their opponents 2-1 in extra time before taking on Sweden in the semifinals on Tuesday 26 July.
Wembley host England and either Germany or France in Sunday’s grand final. This tournament broke attendance records at the park, with the previous overall record for individual competitions only being surpassed on Matchday 2.
240,055 people attended the 2017 tournament, which was held in the Netherlands, but that benchmark was quickly surpassed during the matchday two match between France and Belgium.
A crowd of 68,871 turned out to see England beat Austria 1-0 in the tournament’s opening game, already breaking a record for the largest attendance at a Women’s EURO since 2013.
Sunday’s final will again be busy as Wembley Stadium will have a capacity of 90,000 fans.
Here’s everything you need to know about UEFA Women’s final tickets…
When is the Women’s Euros 2022 final?
England will play either Germany or France on Sunday 31 July 2022. The game is scheduled to kick off at 5pm BST.
Wembley will host the grand final of the competition, with the attendance record for the tournament expected to be broken.
How to Buy Tickets for the Women’s Euros 2022 Final
Tickets for the final between England and France or Germany can be purchased via UEFA website.
Fans must create a free account on the UEFA website to purchase tickets.
It is also possible to purchase tickets through England Football for those with a My England Football membership. My England is a free rewards program that offers updates and offers before they are released to the public.
How to watch the Women’s Euro 2022 final
For those unable to watch the final at Wembley, the BBC is showing the game live on Sunday afternoon on BBC One and BBC iPlayer.
Coverage begins at 4pm with Gabby Logan, Ian Wright and Alex Scott leading the pundits while Robyn Cowen, Vicki Sparks and Jonathan Pearce will battle it out for the main commentary.
Showcase Cinemas are also showing the finale in all of their cinemas. Tickets are free but must be purchased in advance to secure a seat.
Who will be in the England squad on Sunday?
Sarina Wiegman has retained her first starting XI throughout the tournament. No new injuries were reported, leading us to believe she will choose the same side that was successful throughout the competition:
Mary Earps (GK), Lucy Bronze, Millie Bright, Leah Williamson, Rachel Daly, Kiera Walsh, Beth Mead, Georgia Stanway, Fran Kirby, Lauren Hemp, Ellen White.
Substitutes: Alex Greenwood, Jill Scott, Chloe Kelly, Ella Toone, Alessia Russo.