The DFB women are on the cusp of a big hit: Today, Sunday, July 31, 2022, DGermany at the Final The Football League The Women about England. In front of a record crowd Wembley German football players want to crown their EM fairy tale. While England dreams of their first major football triumph since the men’s World Cup in 1966, former signature winner Germany is aiming to win the trophy for the first time since 2013. The DFB team has never lost a European Championship final – the English women also felt the nimbus in 2009, when they lost 2:6 in the final in Helsinki.
- Time: When will the game be England vs Germany started today?
- streaming: Who is broadcasting the EM final live on open TV?
- There is a free Live broadcast?
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England v Germany – Women’s EURO Final: Schedule, Kick-off, Broadcast
the legendary london Wembley Stadium hosts the final of the European Championship next Sunday, 31 July. start for the game against England 6 pm in Milton Keynes. All fans who cannot be at the stadium will be able to watch the game live from home.
One thing is certain: the new edition of the classic will set standards and break records. London will likely witness the biggest European Championship final stage in history: The best score for men is 79,115 (Madrid 1964).
All information about the game England v Germany in the final of the Women’s European Championship:
- date: Sunday, 07/31/2022
- Time: 18h
- teams: Germany, England
- contest: Final of the European Football Championship 2022 in England
- place: Wembley Stadium, London
The Germans celebrate their entry into the EM 2022 final. Pictured: German Alexandra Popp (M) behind Sophia Kleinherne (LR), Kathrin Hendrich, Lina Magull and Nicole Anyomi.
© Photo: Sebastian Gollnow/dpa
England vs Germany on TV today: will the final be broadcast on open TV?
The first broadcasts the final between England and Germany live from 17:05 (start: 18:00). Claus Lufen and Nia Kunzer moderate the live stream from London, news reporter the party is Bernd Schmelzer. Whether or not the German team wins the title – on Monday, August 1, Das Erste will be broadcast live from 16:10 official reception of national players at Römer in Frankfurt.
Germany match live stream: Is there a free live stream?
The game Germany vs England also live on the web transfer. The ARD broadcasts the game in parallel with the broadcast on free TV for free in the ARD media library and on sportschau.de.
Also the DAZN streaming service broadcasts the German women’s final at Wembley.
All broadcast information at a glance:
England v Germany: Which referee will officiate the final?
the ukrainian judge Kateryna Monzul takes charge of the European Championship final between England and Germany at Wembley Stadium on Sunday. The announcement was made by UEFA, the European Football Union, on Friday, sending a political signal: Monzul fled to Italy a few weeks after the outbreak of war in his home country. The 41-year-old had previously refereed games in Ukraine’s top men’s league – as the first woman. Her final assistant, Maryna Striletska, is also from Ukraine. Another assistant is Paulina Baranowska from Poland, the fourth officer is Stéphanie Frappart from France. It is already Monzul’s fourth European Women’s Championship, so far she has led three games in the tournament in England.
England vs Germany: the lineups of the teams in the final
- Possible Germany starting lineup: Frohms (VfL Wolfsburg) – Gwinn (FC Bayern Munich), Hegering (VfL Wolfsburg), Hendrich (VfL Wolfsburg), Rauch (VfL Wolfsburg) – Oberdorf (VfL Wolfsburg), Däbritz (Olympique Lyon) – Huth (VfL Wolfsburg), Magull (FC Bayern Munich), Brand (VfL Wolfsburg) – Popp (VfL Wolfsburg)
- Estimated England lineup: Earps (Manchester United) – Bronze (Manchester City), Bright (Chelsea), Williamson (Arsenal), Daly (Houston Dash) – Stanway (FC Bayern Munich), Walsh (Manchester City) – Mead (FC) Arsenal ), Kirby (Chelsea), Hemp (Manchester City) – White (Manchester City)
Alexandra Popp, Svenja Huth, Lena Oberdorf & Co.
Here are brief portraits of the German national team players: