England are sensationally through to the Women's Euro 2022 final after beating Sweden in Tuesday night’s semi-final.
The Lionesses overturned their poor record against their rivals, emerging victorious at Sheffield’s Bramall Lane with a 4-0 win.
They will take on Germany in the final, after Martina Voss-Tecklenburg's side beat France on Wednesday night (July 27).
Here's when and where the final will be held - and how you can watch.
When is the Women’s Euro final 2022 taking place?
The final will be played on Sunday July 31, kicking off at 5pm UK time.
It will be the Lionesses' first appearance in a final since Euro 2009 - and, if they win, their first ever major trophy.
Their overall record has seen them win two out of seven semi-finals, going on to finish runners-up at Euro 1984 and 2009.
They exited the last three major tournaments - the 2015 and 2019 World Cups and Euro 2017 - at the semi-final stage.
Where is the Women's Euro final 2022 being held?
The 2022 final will take place at London's Wembley Stadium - the largest sports venue in the UK and the second-largest stadium in Europe, with 90,000 seats.
Situated in the north-west of the city, it is instantly recognisable by its striking arch, which is 133 metres tall and sits above the north stand.
This will be the first Women's Euro final at Wembley.
It has previously hosted the 1966 World Cup final, Euro 1996, the 1948 Summer Olympics, and the 2015 Rugby World Cup, among other major events.
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Can I buy tickets to the Women’s Euro final 2022?
Tickets to the UEFA Women's Euro 2022 final at Wembley were sold out prior to Tuesday night.
Following England's win, it was announced that a limited number of additional tickets would be released on Wednesday morning- these too sold out within an hour.
In a tweet, UEFA said it will update fans if any further tickets are made available.
Will there be fan parties or fan zones for the final?
London Mayor Sadiq Khan announced there will be an increased fan zone provided for the final.
Free access will be provided for 7,000 fans in Trafalgar Square on July 31 - that's 2,000 more than the semi-final's screening capacity.
The event is first come, first served, and is standing only. No camping chairs are allowed, but people may bring a picnic blanket to sit on.
Fans are asked to register by 3pm on July 29 to receive the latest news and updates on the screening, but this does not guarantee entry.
Mr Khan said: "The atmosphere at tonight's fan party screening was electric and England is now within touching distance of the trophy.
"I'm so excited to once again bring Londoners and visitors together at Trafalgar Square this Sunday to help cheer the Lionesses to victory."
Fans in Manchester can watch the final for free at Piccadilly Gardens. The event is non-ticketed and all ages are welcome.
To find your nearest fan event, check with your local authority.
How can I watch the Women’s Euro final 2022 on TV?
The pre-match action and the game will be broadcast live from 4pm on BBC One, and could see the biggest UK TV audience for a women's football match.
Viewers can also stream the action on BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport website and app by using a computer, smartphone, tablet or smart TV. Remember to check if you need a TV licence.
The match will also be streamed live on UEFA.tv and the highlights will be available to view shortly afterwards.
BBC 5 Live and Sounds will be broadcasting the final for radio listeners, and the Daily Euros podcast is available on BBC Sounds.
What if I'm watching from outside the UK?
If you are abroad, it's best to check if the match is being shown by a broadcaster in that country.
The full list of global UEFA Women's Euro 2022 broadcast partners is available here, though viewers are advised to check individual broadcaster schedules.
Which team will be the 'home' team?
The nominal home team - for administrative purposes - will be England, according to UEFA.
I’ve got a ticket to the final at Wembley Stadium - do I need a Covid pass?
The Wembley Stadium Website says: “Covid passes will no longer be enforced as a condition of entry for events at Wembley Stadium.
"However, we continue to urge fans to follow public health guidance to keep each other safe on a match day, which includes wearing a face covering when on concourses, indoors and in crowded areas."
Supporters are also asked to take a Covid test on match day if possible, and to practice good hand hygiene when in the stadium.
Anyone with coronavirus symptoms is asked not to travel.
Can I pay with cash at Wembley Stadium?
Wembley Stadium is a cashless venue, and no kiosks will accept cash.Contactless and card payments will be accepted at all kiosks inside the stadium.
Can I bring a bag into the stadium?
Wembley operates a restricted bag policy. Full details can be found here.