Euro 2022 makes an all-time attendance record in the European Championship final

The Euro 2022 final took place on 31st July, between the women’s team of Germany and England, where the showdown saw a new record European Championship record. The final of the 2022 year of the Euro event saw an attractive crowd at Wembley on Sunday which was 87,192. The previous figure in this case was many years back of the 1960s. In 1964, the showdown took place in between Soveit Union and Spain at Santiago Bernabeu which was a record of 79,115.

It also marks another record of which was the second time that set the attendance record of Women’s Championship has been broken this summer, which was after the opening fixture between Austria and England with a crowd of 68,781, at Old Trafford.

Apart from these, the overall world attendance record of a women’s football match remains between Barcelona and Wolfsburg which was a mammoth figure of 91,648. This was during the first leg of the semi-final of the champions league in April 2022, at Camp Nou.

Euro 2022 Final

The final match of Euro 2022 which took place between Germany and England at the Euro 2022 was indeed an incredible match, where England secured the win by a score of 2-1. The match went to additional timings, being draw with a score of 1-1, and England used the chance to its fullest in the second part. In the first 90 minutes, England scored the first goal in the 62nd minute from Ella Toone and Germany scored the first goal in the 79th minute, which came from Lina Manguli.

Next, in the additional minute, England scored the second goal in the 110th minute, that came with the legs of Chloe Kelly. Though the match stats were shared by both the teams well, and Germany beat England in terms of ball possession and passes, it was the Englishmen who laughed the last laugh.

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