The football game known as the UEFA Women’s Euro 2022 Final was played on July 31, 2022, at Wembley Stadium in London, England, to decide the tournament’s victor.  Germany and England, the hosts, competed in the game.
The largest women’s athletic tournament in Europe, UEFA Women’s EURO 2022, will be held in England this summer. The best women’s football teams in the world will participate in the event from July 6 to July 31 for Europe’s top award. In all, 16 teams will compete at 10 different locations in 9 different cities around the nation. The opening match will be played at Old Trafford, while the championship game will be played at Wembley Stadium in a historic back-to-back hosting of the men’s and women’s EURO finals.
Matches will also be held in Brighton & Hove, Brentford, Manchester, Milton Keynes, Rotherham, Sheffield, Southampton, and Wigan & Leigh, with over 700,000 tickets being made available for the event.
This was England’s third trip to a European Championship final and their first since falling to Germany in 2009. In their first final, Sweden defeated England 4-3 after extra points in 1984. This was Germany’s eighth participation in a Euro final and their first since 2013, when they defeated Norway, setting a tournament record. Germany won all eight of the previous European Championship finals they had played before to this encounter
.A record-breaking 87,192 spectators saw the final, which was also the largest crowd ever to watch a final of the European Championship for women.   After extra time, England prevailed 2-1 to claim their first UEFA Women’s Championship trophy and their first major football championship since the FIFA World Cup in 1966.
Wembley Stadium in Wembley, in the London Borough of Brent, hosted the game. On the site of the original Wembley Stadium, which was demolished between 2002 and 2003, Wembley Stadium opened in 2007. It is the national football stadium for the men’s England side and is owned by the Football Association (FA). The stadium served as the host location for the final of the men’s UEFA Euro 2020, which the men’s England team also participated in.The original stadium, formerly known as the Empire Stadium, opened in 1923 and hosted men’s football matches at both the UEFA Euro 1996 final, in which Germany defeated the Czech Republic, and the 1966 FIFA World Cup, including the final, in which hosts England defeated West Germany 4-2 after extra time. Since the White Horse Final in 1923 (with the exception of 2001 to 2006, when the stadium was being renovated), Wembley has also hosted the annual men’s FA Cup final. Since 2015, it has also hosted the women’s FA Cup final.