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England's heroic Lionesses were congratulated by

por Berniece Onus (2022-08-13)

England's heroic Lionesses were congratulated by the Queen and then partied late into the night - including wild dancing at Wembley, on the team coach and even in the car park outside their hotel - after making history and beating Germany 2-1 at the Euro 2022 final with more celebrations with fans due today.


The 87,192-strong attendance in the stadium smashed the record for either a men's or women's Euros final and saw the team end more than 50 years of hurt by delivering the nation's first major football trophy since 1966.

In extra time super substitute Chloe Kelly fired them into the history books after beating Germany in a tight final that captivated 15million at home and tens of thousands watching in pubs and fan parks across the country.

The team were also enjoying themselves, singing Sweet Caroline with the crowd before enjoying a few beers and some dancing in the changing room at Wembley.

There were also joyous scenes on the team bus and at the hotel in west London - as well as tears of joy when the players were reunited with their families and partners.

Experts have said the women's game will now 'explode' but there is growing criticism that just 66 per cent of primary schools and 44 per cent of secondary schools offer girls the same access to football as boys in PE lessons.

Ian Wright has suggested that England's policy makers will throw away the legacy of the win if girls don't get the same chances as boys, blue dog white card gold coast warning that MPs and businesses will be 'jumping on' the Euro 2022 victory and must be forced to invest in the game.

Today thousands of fans will be able to celebrate England's Euros win with the players in London later.

Up to 7,000 supporters will have the opportunity to join the team for a daytime event hosted by veteran Lioness Alex Scott in Trafalgar Square, where fans were dancing in the fountains last night. 

Supporters will be able to gain free entry on a first-come first-served basis from 11am on Monday, and can enjoy live music from DJ Monki while tournament highlights are shown on screens.

The players and their manager, Sarina Wiegman, will take part in a Q&A session before lifting the trophy.

The event has been organised by the Greater London Authority, the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) and Westminster Council, and will be broadcast live on BBC One and BBC iPlayer from 12.40pm.It is expected to end at 2pm. 

Alex Scott said today that the Lionesses' Euro 2022 victory would be a game changer in terms of raising the profile of women's football.

She told BBC Breakfast: 'These Lionesses have raised the bar.

They have changed the way women's football is viewed in this country. The train has left the station and it is gathering pace. It will be tragic to take any steps back after what we have witnessed yesterday and through the whole tournament. There must be an opportunity for every single girl to play football if they want to.'

The England Women's team arrive back at their team hotel as they celebrate their huge win against Germany in the Euro 2022 final and dance in the car park after leaving Wembley

Leah Williamson and Millie Bright of England lift the UEFA Women's EURO 2022 Trophy after their sides victory during the UEFA Women's Euro 2022 final

In an image that will live long in the memory, Chloe Kelly swings her shirt over her head after scoring the winning goal and securing the title

Kelly pokes home in extra time sending millions across the country wild 

England captain Leah Williamson enjoys a beer and salutes her teammates in the victorious Wembley dressing room last night 

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