The match was at a draw and went into extra time, and England scored their second winning goal.
Chloe Kelly’s extra-time goal stumped old rivals Germany in a dramatic and historic final
The team say they “Never doubted each other, and we have one of the best managers”
📅 1972: The first England Women’s International game is played
📅 2022: England win the Euros
The Lionesses profile image switched to European Champions.
- First major trophy at senior level for England since 1966 men’s World Cup
- Record crowd of 87,192 in attendance at Wembley
A message from the Queen to the Lionesses
The team were seen leaving at the Grove Hotel in a coach heading to the Wembley stadium.
Reaction from Ian Wright
“Look at this team and everything they’ve gone through. I can’t put into words. Women’s football is getting exactly what they deserve. I can’t believe it, I’m still a bit shocked by it.”