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Sport Women's Euros 2022 final: how to watch, what time is kick-off, and odds

17:41  30 july  2022
17:41  30 july  2022 Source:   mylondon.news

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After a show-stopping victory against Sweden in last night's semi-final, the England team have well and truly won their place to compete in the final of the UFEA Women's Euro 2022 final this weekend. The Lionesses U-turned their historically poor record of performance against the Swedes, beating them 4-0 at Sheffield’s Bramall Lane last night (Tuesday, July 26).

After Beth Mead’s opening goal made her the all-time top England scorer in the Women’s European Championships, allowing England fans a collective sigh of relief, the Lionesses went on to drop three more into the net. The second goal came courtesy of a header from Lucy Bronze, followed by an astonishingly cheeky back-heeler straight through the legs of goalie Hedvig Lindahl from Alessia Russo, and finally an audacious ball over Lindahl's head from Fran Kirby with 15 minutes left on the clock.

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This weekend will be the first ever Women's Euro final at Wembley. Which team England play will depend on who wins tonight's semi-final, Germany vs France, which kicks off at 8pm. Germany are the favourite to win the second semi-final, which will be played at Stadium MK in Milton Keynes.

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Whoever they play, the last match of the tournament this weekend will be the first time the England women's team have competed in a Euros final since 2009. As viewing figures seem to have beaten new records with every passing match, the 2022 final promises potentially the biggest TV audience in the tournaments history, as well as a massive crowd at Wembley and live audiences around London.

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Here's everything you need to know:

When and where is the match?

The UFEA Women's Euro 2022 final kicks off at 5pm on Sunday, July 31, at Wembley Stadium in London.

Tickets for the 90,000 capacity stadium have sold out for the match, but capacity for the free-access fan zone has just been expanded. Following last night's packed screening, London Mayor Sadiq Khan announced the fan zone at Trafalgar Square would be expanded from a capacity of 5,000 to 7,000 for Sunday's final.

Places for the fan zone will be dished out on a first-come, first-served basis. No camp chairs will be permitted, but fans can bring blankets to sit on if they wish. You can register by 3pm on July 29 for any latest updates on the live screening, but registration won't guarantee you a place, so make sure you arrive early.

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How can I watch or listen to it live on TV or radio?

You can watch the build-up for the final broadcast live on BBC One from 4pm on Sunday, July 31. Alternatively, you can livestream the action to a computer, smartphone or tablet if you go to the BBC iPlayer app or the BBC Sport website. UEFA.tv will also be live-streaming the match, and making the highlights available to view shortly after.

Anyone driving can catch the match on the radio, if you tune in to BBC 5 Live, or you can reach it through BBC Sounds.

What are the Odds on the match?

England are the current favourites to win with Paddy Power, with odds of 1.73. A £10 bet on England at these odds would win you £17.3. The next favourite is Germany, at odds of 3.75. A £10 bet on Germany at these odds would win you £37.5. Meanwhile, a £10 bet on France to win UEFA Women's Euro 2022 final offers the biggest pay-out, as a win for France would get you £40.

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