England internationals have claimed tickets to attend the Women’s Euro final between the Lionesses and Germany at Wembley on Sunday (6pm). But Georgia Stanway confirmed that all seats were sold out.
Will England win at home in the end? A year after the boys’ Euro final defeat against Italy, the women’s team take on Germany at Wembley this Sunday (6pm), trying to lift the first trophy in the Lions’ history. A unique opportunity few members of Gareth Southgate’s squad will want to miss.
England midfielder Georgia Stanway, who attended a press conference ahead of the big encounter, confirmed that some had asked for tickets to attend the match. The Bayern Munich player bluntly replied: “Sorry guys, all sold out!”
England have been waiting for a major title since 1966
The 23-year-old, who scored the decisive goal against Spain in the quarter-finals, also revealed that the men gave him some advice to get the finals right. “They gave us all the information they could. They reached this stage last year and we’re trying to make sure we can do well. We have a lot of support from the footballers, people around the hotel. A lot of people recognize us.”
According to Dailymail87,200 are expected on Sunday. Record for women’s selection competition. The Lions won behind the scenes as 9.3 million viewers watched the semi-final against Sweden. Georgia Stanway’s side face Alexandra Popp’s Germans, who are aiming for a ninth European title, and will try to break the Englishmen’s longest wait for a major title since the 1966 World Cup.
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