GET prepared football lovers as we approach the conclusion of this thrilling Women's Euro tournament – and it is set to be mouth-watering one.
The final is less than seven days away and there are only four teams left in the competition.
England set a record of 14 goals without reply in the group stages and are nailed on favourites to lift silverware this summer.
But the other three nations who remain all secured top stop in their knock-out qualifying groups too.
Find out more information on the Euro 2022 final below including who can still win it…
When is the Women's Euro 2022 final?
- The showpiece event will take place on Sunday, July 31.
- It is scheduled to kick off at 5pm UK time.
- Wembley Stadium in London is the allocated arena for this huge showing and can hold a staggering 90,000 supporters.
- This match will replace the Community Shield encounter between Liverpool and Man City which is now being played at the King Power Stadium.
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How can I watch the Women's Euro 2022 final?
- The Women's Euro 2022 final will be broadcasted LIVE for FREE on BBC One in the UK to valid TV licence holders.
- Pre-match coverage will commence from 4pm UK time – one hour before kick-off.
- Viewers also have the option to stream the ENTIRE action on the BBC iPlayer app or BBC Sport website.
Can I buy tickets for the Women's Euro 2022 final?
Unfortunately, tickets for the final at Wembley Stadium have now SOLD OUT.
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Who can make it to the Women's Euro 2022 final?
There are four huge huge nations left in the competition and the semi-finals are set to take place on Tuesday, July 26 and Wednesday, July 27.
- England vs Sweden – July 26 (8pm)
- Germany vs France – July 27 (8pm)
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