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All The Deets For England Vs Germany at Wembley Stadium

Watching the Euros has been glorious, hasn't it? 

Lead Photo: Wembley Park

When England play Germany in the Euros finals at Wembley Stadium, no doubt most of the country will tune in. 

The Lionesses have had a stellar competition, with their 4-0 win over Sweden in the semi-final being a rather epic moment. 

It was the 19th consecutive win for the England team, which sees the Lionesses compete in a major tournament final for the first time in 13 years. 

England will come up against Germany in the UEFA Woman's Euro final this Sunday, after Germany defeated France 2-1.

Many of us will watch the game at home, at the pub or on a big screen, however if you're lucky enough to have tickets to watch the game at Wembley Stadium, here's everything you need to know. 

When Does England Play Germany in the UEFA Women's EURO Final?

The Lionesses play Germany at Wembley Stadium in the finals of the UEFA Women's Euros this Sunday, July 31. 

Kick off for the match takes place at 5pm. 

Where will England Play Germany in the EURO finals? 

The world-famous Wembley Stadium will host the Women's Euro finals this weekend. 

The stadium is the heart of Wembley Park in west London. 

How to Get to Wembley Stadium

If you're wondering how to get to Wembley Stadium the closest Underground station is Wembley Park Station, on the Jubilee and Metropolitan lines. 

Chiltern Railways passes through Wembley Stadium rail station and  the Bakerloo line and the London Overground stops at Wembley Central Station, as does London Midland and Southern rail lines.

It's roughly a 20 minute walk from Central to the stadium, depending on how excited and keen to get there you are. 

For bus connections, try 18/N18, 83/N83, 92, 182, 206, 223, 297 and 483 which run from central London to the capital's north west. 

You can of course also drive, and there is ample parking at the stadium, and 39 electric vehicle charging points you can access via Pink Parking - an booking ahead for a charge point is recommended. 

Dining & Things to Do Before & After the Match

BOXPARK Wembley, which will also screen the game, has plenty of beer and booze, big screens, and a stack of food options. It also has plenty of out door seating if the weather is nice. Tickets required and for the day, there will be live music and special guests. 

If you fancy something a bit more sophisticated, our pic is Indian restaurant Masalchi, by twice Michelin-starred chef Atul Kochhar, but for food, you can also try Italian restaurant Pasta Remoli to stock up on pre-match carbs, or Estadio Lounge for more causal cafe vibes. 

If you're stocking up on discount Kurt Geiger shoes, London Designer Outlet is also home to family favourites including Nando’s, Las Iguanas, TGI Friday’s and Wagamama.

For families, you can go axe throwing at Bad Axe, try out VR gaming at meetspaceVR where you can fight the zombie apocalypse, or go for a spot of crazy gold at Pop Golf.

Families can also navigate the neighbourhood on the Wembley Park Art Trail, which is free to explore an a trail map can be found at wembleypark.com.

Trail includes the Bobby Moore Bridge Tile Mural, Square of Fame, Wembley Park’s answer to the Hollywood Walk of Fame, iconic “graffiti spaghetti” style pieces from Mr Doodle.

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