The message from Princess Charlotte and her father to Encourage their Team in the Final of the Women’s Euro Cup

The Duke of Cambridge and his daughter appear together to wish British players ‘all the luck’ in the world

The grand final of the 2022 Women’s Football Euro Cup is here, in a sporting event that captures all eyes of the Old Continent. England, the hosts, will face Germany in a vibrant match that will host the mythical Wembley stadium in London this afternoon. The presence of Prince William in the box of authorities is confirmed, and we will have to wait to see if he attends the crash accompanied by a member of his family. In the hours before the match, the Duke of Cambridge and little Charlotte wanted to send a message of strength and encouragement to the ‘Lionesses’, as the British players are popularly known. Father and daughter have starred in a nice video together where they send their best wishes to the team that defends the flag of their country, ahead of the transcendental duel that will measure them against the German team.

For its part, the English team responded to the Windsors with sincere words of thanks for the support they send them. The Eurocopa lives its outcome on a perfect stage and with a luxury poster, where the locals seek their first continental title while the most successful team in the history of the tournament is one step away from winning its ninth trophy. The pulse promises drama and emotion in abundance, where there can only be one, although both teams have weapons and arguments to spare to hope for glory. England will have close to 90,000 cheering and the confidence of going 19 games unbeaten, including their win over Spain in the quarter-finals. For their part, Germany have history on their side and a perfect balance between their lines of attack and defense on the pitch.
The British will also have to manage the pressure, in another unique opportunity to be victorious and a field identical to that of the men’s team, which lost last year’s Wembley final against Italy. The ‘football’s coming home’ resounds again in the United Kingdom, back to a final since 2009 and with the spirit of revenge because that appointment in Helsinki that ended with a 6-2 in favor of the Germans. The 4-0 against Sweden took a load off the English, given the possibility of falling for the third consecutive edition in the semis, but now it’s time to finish off and not miss the streak. The architect on the bench is Sarina Wiegman, European champion with the Netherlands in 2017 and who took charge of the ‘Lionesses’ in September. On the pitch, the hosts enjoyed a perfect group stage, with 14 goals for and none against, although they were seven minutes away from going out against our team and it had to be in extra time that they got through.