England certified for the primary Euros ultimate since 2009 on Wednesday evening, as they demolished Sweden 4-0 at Bramall Lane.
They’ll now play within the Euro 2022 in entrance of a packed dwelling crowd at Wembley Stadium on Sunday towards both Germany or France.
The Lionesses have come near Euro success on two events previously, however in each 1984 and 2009, they fell brief within the ultimate.
With the ultimate going down at Wembley Stadium on Sunday, Sportsmail offers you all the knowledge you want.
The Lionesses have certified for the primary Euros ultimate since 2009 after beating Sweden 4-0
England girls’s EURO report
The Lionesses prolonged their unbeaten run to 19 video games beneath supervisor Sarina Wiegman with a 4-0 victory over Sweden within the Euro 2022 semi-final.
We, nevertheless, have a look again on the Lionesses information through the Euros:
Finest outcome: Runners-up (1984 & 2009)
Euro appearances: 9
Total report: P33 W16 D3 L14 F60 A52
Group-stage report: P18 W8 D3 L7 F37 A26
Knock-out stage report: P15 W8 D0 L7 F23 A26
Largest victory: England 8-0 Norway (2022 group stage)
Heaviest defeat: Germany 6-2 England (2009 ultimate) and Sweden 4-0 England (2001 group stage).
Highest-scoring draw: 3 times they’ve drawn 1-1 – most just lately towards Russia within the 2013 group levels.
Highest-scoring sport: England 8-0 Norway (2022 group stage) or Germany 6-2 England (2009 ultimate).
Most targets scored at a Girls’s EURO: 20 targets in 5 video games in 2022 (av. 4.00)
Fewest targets scored at a Girls’s EURO: 1 purpose in 3 video games in 2001 (av. 0.33)
Most targets conceded at a Girls’s EURO: 14 targets in 6 video games in 2009 (av. 2.33)
Fewest targets conceded at a Girls’s EURO: 2 targets in 4 video games in 1984 (av. 0.50)
Most totally different scorers at a Girls’s EURO: 8: 2022
Fewest totally different scorers at a Girls’s EURO: 1: 1995, 2001
England’s greatest ever Euros victory got here this yr once they beat Norway 8-0 within the group
Final main ultimate
England final reached a significant ultimate in Euro 2009 in Finland, the place they misplaced to Germany 6-2.
The Lionesses missed a number of probabilities and shortly discovered themselves behind after 20 minutes of play when Germany scored of their very first assault via Birgit Prinz, and instantly scored a second—a long-range shot from Melanie Behringer.
Two minutes later, England pulled one again via Karen Carney to scale back the deficit to 2-1 heading into the half-time break.
Germany quickly added a 3rd due to Kim Kulig, however England responded with their second of the match via Kelly Smith.
Inka Grings notched the Germans fourth purpose and the Lionesses appeared to lose hear after that with the ability nation including an extra two targets with each Grings and Prinz finishing braces to seal a seventh Euros win.
High Lionesses goalscorer ever
Present striker Ellen White holds the report for most-ever England girls’s targets with a tally of 52.
White grew to become England Girls’s report goalscorer because the Lionesses thrashed Latvia 20-0 in World Cup qualifying to report their biggest-ever aggressive win.
The Manchester Metropolis ahead broke Kelly Smith’s long-standing report in type, with a hat-trick in that match.
Present Lionesses striker Ellen White holds the all-time goalscoring report with 52 targets
Beth Mead, nevertheless, has damaged the targets report by a Lionesses at a single Euros competitors by notching six already on this competitors.
The Arsenal attacker blew the earlier report of two targets out of the water, which was held by the likes of Eniola Aluko (2009, 2013), Fara Williams (2005,2009), Karen Carney (2005, 2009), Toni Duggan (2013, 2017), Ellen White (2017, 2022) and Fran Kirby (2017, 2022).
Mead can be hoping to get her arms on the 2022 Golden Boot.
Beth Mead has damaged the targets report by a Lionesses at a single Euros with six targets to date
How England have gotten on at earlier Euros?
1984: Runners-up (4-3 penalty shoot-out loss to Sweden after drawing 1-1 over two legs)
1987: Fourth place (2-1 defeat to Italy within the third and fourth place play-off)
1989: Didn’t qualify
1991: Didn’t qualify
1993: Didn’t qualify
1995: Semi-finals (4-1 and 2-1 defeats to Germany over two legs)
1997: Didn’t qualify
2001: Group stage
2005: Group stage
2009: Runners-up (6-2 defeat to Germany)
2013: Group stage
2017: Semi-finals (4-0 defeat to Sweden)
1984: Sweden (1-0 v England)
1987: Norway (2-1 v Sweden)
1989: West Germany (4-1 v Norway)
1991: Germany (3-1 v Norway)
1993: Norway (1-0 v Italy)
1995: Germany (3-2 v Sweden)
1997: Germany (2-0 v Italy)
2001: Germany (1-0 v Sweden)
2005: Germany (3-1 v Norway)
2009: Germany (6-2 v England)
2013: Germany (1-0 v Norway)
2017: Holland (4-2 v Denmark)
Germany have been a dominant drive on the Euros, successful a complete of eight championships