Tournament record against England: DFB Women have already won the EM final – and at Wembley!

Tournament record against England: DFB Women have already won the EM final - and at Wembley!

Status: 07/27/2022 10:51 PM

England and German football players have met nine times in major tournaments – the German team won the final of the European Championship in 2009, but suffered a recent defeat.

National football player Lena Oberdorff dribbling at Wembley Stadium in London. English woman Jill Scott in the background. Germany won the international match 2-1 on November 9, 2019.

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The German national team played a total of 27 international matches against the “Lioness”. Records: 21 wins, four draws, two losses. There were nine doubles at the European and World Championships, seven of which were won by DFB women – with 6:2 in the 2009 EM final.

2015: Lost for third place in World Cup match

However, Germany lost their last meeting in a major tournament: at the 2015 World Cup in Canada, Fara Williams decided to play a third-place finish for English women with a penalty in extra time. The German football team suffered its second defeat five months earlier in the Arnold Clark Cup (1:3). England’s Ellen White, Millie Bright and Fran Kirby scored for Germany Leena Magulli,

Victory at Wembley – Pope and Buhl scored

Memorable first meeting in Wembley Stadium On 9 November 2019, the DFB team was again ahead in front of 77,768 spectators. After White’s equalizer (44th) failed, Alexandra Pope scored early in a friendly game to make it 1–0 (9th). Clara Buhli Late 2:1 (90th) English women with celebratory mood.

European Championship

  • First leg of the quarter-finals 1990 At Wycombe, England: 4:1 – Goals: Heidi Mohr (3), Ursula Lohan – For England: Karen Walker
  • Quarter-Final Second Leg 1990 In Bochum: 2:0 – Target: Britta Unsleber (2)
  • 1994 semi-final first leg At Watford, England: 4:1 – Goals: Mohr (2), Patricia Brocker, Bettina Wigman (penalty) – For England: Karen Farley
  • 1995 semi-final second leg In Bochum: 2:1 – Goals: Lewis Waller (own goal), Birgit Prinz – For England: Farley
  • group game 2001 In Jena: 3:0 – Targets: Petra Wimberski, Wigman, Rennet Lingo
  • Final 2009 In Helsinki, Finland: 6:2 – Goals: Prince (2), Melanie Behringer, Kim Kulig, Inka Grings (2) – For England: Karen Carney, Kelly Smith
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world Championships

  • Quarterfinal 1995 At Westerus, Sweden: 3-0 – Goals: Martina Voss, Maren Meinert, Heidi Mohr
  • group game 2007 In Shanghai, China: 0-0
  • Match 2015 for third place In Edmonton, Canada: 0-1 aet – Goal: Fara Williams (fine)


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