England Women are now just one step away from tournament victory after beating Sweden in the semi final.
Sweden were the highest-seeded side in the tournament, but the Lionesses triumphed 4-0 over the second ranked team in the world in their bid to reach Wembley this weekend.
Beth Mead kicked off the scoring with her sixth goal of the tournament before Lucy Bronze, Alessia Russo and Fran Kirby all joined in on the action.
England faced Austria, Norway and Northern Ireland in their group stage matches against whom they won 1-0; 8-0 and 5-0 respectively.
The Lionesses then beat Spain 2-1 in a thrilling quarer-final fixture that ran through to 124 minutes.
After falling to defeat in the previous Euros semi-final against Netherlands five years ago, the Lionesses have now managed one step further and to reach their third final.
Their last came in conclusion to the 2009 Euros in Finland, where they suffered a convincing 6-2 loss to Germany.
Here are all the details ahead of the Women’s Euros 2022 final.
When is the Women’s Euros final?
The final is scheduled to take place on the Sunday, 31st July 2022.
The match is due to kick off at 5pm BST.
The group stage fixtures came to an end on Monday 18th July, and the quarter finals were played between 20th-23rd July.
England will play Germany who beat France 2-1 in their semi-final fixture at Stadium MK on Wednesday 27th July 2022.
Where is the final played?
The 2022 Women’s Euros final will be held at the home of England’s national team - Wembley Stadium, London.
Wembley is one of ten different venues across eight cities that will have hosted matches during the tournament.
The others were Brentford Community Stadium (London), Old Trafford (Manchester), Academy Stadium (Manchester), Leigh Sports Village (Greater Manchester), AMEX Stadium (Brighton), St Mary’s Stadium (Southampton), Bramall Lane (Sheffield), Stadium MK (Milton Keynes) and New York Stadium (Rotherham).
This year has seen a record attendance at the Women’s Euros 2022 with numbers already surpassing the 2017 grand total of 240,055.
Nearly 69,000 fans piled into watch England’s first match against Austria and England’s quarter final against Spain saw the highest TV audience at the tournament so far with over 3million tuning in on BBC One and BBC iPlayer.
The Lionesses’ group stage tickets were previously available for between £15 and £40, while the most expensive tickets for other countries rose to only £20.
The most expensive quarter-final tickets were £30, compared to £40 for the semi-final and £50 for the final.
Tickets are available from the UEFA website and require you to create a free account.
How to watch on TV
The BBC have exclusive rights to broadcast the Women’s Euros in the UK, with coverage of the final beginning on BBC One at 3.50pm (BST) today.
Every match has beeen shown on either BBC One or BBC Two, and you can also stream the conclusion to Euro 2022 on BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport website.
Sky and Virgin Media customers can also tune in on channels 101 and 102.