England have finally done it. For the first time since 1966, England have won a major international tournament. Sarina Wiegman's team have been the undeniable best team at this summer's Euros, conceding just 2 goals, and scoring 22 in the process. After a hard-fought battle with Germany in the final, England came out as deserved winners of the tournament, but not without the help of their mighty substitutes. Here is our analysis of the match, and the brilliance of England all summer long.
The 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup has been a joy to watch so far and continues to inspire young girls around the planet that they can one day make it on the big stage. Much of the attention has unfortunately surrounded VAR and all of its faults, but many players have also taken centre stage and entered into the limelight at this summer's tournament in France. Here are the best eleven players of the FIFA Women's World Cup Group Stages and a complete 23-player squad, highlighting the best of the best as this tournament enters into the Round of 16.