(Live HD) Germany VS Brazil live watch 11.04.2023
It was there in July that the Lionesses beat Germany to win UEFA Women's EURO 2022 in front of a capacity crowd, and Wembley is sold out again as England take on the 2022 Copa América Femenina victors. All of England's Women's EURO 2022 goalsSarina Wiegman was able to name the same XI for all six EURO games but not all those starters are available on Thursday. All-time top scorer Ellen White has retired while EURO Player of the Tournament Beth Mead, playmaker Fran Kirby and centre-back Millie Bright are all injured.
England vs Brazil 2023 Women's Finalissima preview: Where to watch, kick-off time, starting line-upsUEFA Women's EURO 2022 victors England take on CONMEBOL Copa América Femenina 2022 winners Brazil in the 2023 Women's Finalissima on Thursday 6 April. Women's Finalissima 2023 at a glanceWhen: Thursday 6 April (20:45 CET, 19:45 local time, 15:45 in Brazil)Where: Wembley Stadium, LondonWhat: European champions England vs South American champions BrazilHow to follow: Build-up and live coverage can be found here Match in briefFollowing Argentina's victory against Italy in the first men's Finalissima at Wembley last June (and Portugal restoring European pride at the futsal version in Buenos Aires), women's football now takes centre stage at England's national stadium.
For now, though, they have their sights set on another, new, trophy at Wembley. All Brazil's 2022 Copa América Femenina goalsWhere to watch 2023 Women's Finalissima on TVFans can find their local Women's Finalissima broadcast partner(s) here. Starting line-upsEngland: Earps; Bronze, Williamson, Greenwood, Carter; Stanway, Walsh, Toone; James, Russo, HempBrazil: Letícia; Lauren, Kathellen, Rafaelle, Tamires; Antonia, Ary, Luana, Kerolin; Zaneratto, GeyseExpert predictionsLynsey Hooper, England reporterThe Lionesses remain unbeaten in 29 games since Sarina Wiegman took over in autumn 2021.
Lauren James, left out of the EURO squad, has begun to fulfil her promise as a thrilling attacking talent this season while in-form Rachel Daly, left-back at EURO, is now more likely to start at centre-forward. Wiegman's canny use of substitutes, particularly Alessia Russo and Ella Toone should they not start, also means Brazil can never relax. As for Brazil, Marta suffered an injury last week to join Debinha and Nycole Raysla in missing out, but talents like Barcelona's Geyse still make them an exciting watch. Coach Pia Sundhage was the star for Sweden in 1984 when they won the inaugural Women's EURO, beating England on penalties not too far from Wembley in Luton. England and Brazil are preparing for the summer's FIFA Women's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand, where both teams have strong hopes of adding a first global title to their continental crowns.