FC Bayern wish Germany Women good luck

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England versus Germany at a sold-out Wembley Stadium - it's the dream final for the Women's European Championship. On Sunday (18:00 CEST), Germany will meet the Lionesses, the host team of the UEFA Women's EURO 2022, in a prestigious game. The impressive tournament performances of the German national team have been eagerly followed and celebrated at FC Bayern. Now FCB wish the best of luck to coach Martina Voss-Tecklenburg and the six Munich girls Giulia Gwinn, Sydney Lohmann, Linda Dallmann, Lina Magull, Klara Bühl and Lea Schüller, who will meet their new teammate, English midfielder Georgia Stanway, in the final.

FC Bayern player Giulia Gwinn in a challenge
FC Bayern player Giulia Gwinn in a battle with France's Melvine Malard.

Hainer: Huge congratulations

Herbert Hainer: "Huge congratulations and well done to the Germany team for the gripping semi-final, the performance so far in this European Championship and reaching the final! These women are an inspiration to everyone. Now we're looking forward to the final against England at Wembley, a worthy setting for a great football event. We at FC Bayern will definitely be able to celebrate the European champions, whoever they are, as we have a player in the English team in Georgia Stanway."

Kahn: The culmination of a great EURO

Oliver Kahn: "This European Championship final will be a great game and the culmination of a great European Championship. Germany against the hosts England, a football classic, and the meeting of the two teams that have consistently impressed this tournament. These women absolutely deserve the spotlight; our German team plays exciting football. The whole world knows the EURO is Germany Women's speciality. The record European champions are going for the ninth title. Fingers crossed!"

Salihamidžić: You couldn't ask for a better final

Hasan Salihamidžić: "It was an emotional, high-quality [semi-final] game. I was impressed by the mentality and the passion of the German team. They have done themselves proud with a fantastic tournament performance so far. You couldn't wish for a better final in England: at Wembley against the hosts. I wish the Germany team the best of luck."..


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