England ready for Germany

On Sunday 23 November England Women’s team make history by playing at Wembley Stadium for the first time as they face two-time world champions Germany.

It promises to be a mouth-watering occasion as two nations in red-hot form come together under the arch.

Mark Sampson’s side wrapped up qualification for the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup in style on Wednesday, smashing ten goals past Montenegro without reply to complete a perfect group campaign.

England v Germany

Women’s International Match
3pm, Sunday 23 November 2014
Wembley Stadium connected by EE
Buy tickets via www.TheFA.com/Tickets
Or call 0844 826 2010

While England’s run to Canada has been impressive, so too has Germany’s. The current European champions also came through their group with a 100 per cent record, scoring 62 times and conceding just four in ten outings.

Both countries will now look forward to their first meeting in five years – the last time England Women played Germany was in the Final of the 2009 UEFA European Championship, the Germans winning 6-2 to take the crown.

Tickets for the game at Wembley are available by clicking here, priced at just £10 and £5.

Here we look back at England’s ten consecutive victories during their World Cup qualification campaign…


21 September 2013
England 6-0 Belarus

Dean Court, Bournemouth 
A hat-trick from Karen Carney and strikes from Ellen White, Natasha Dowie and Eniola Aluko get their campaign off to a flyer.

Toni Duggan celebrates scoring her first goal against Turkey

Toni Duggan celebrates against Turkey

26 September 2013


England 8-0 Turkey

Fratton Park, Portsmouth
Toni Duggan scores a quick-fire brace early on and made it a hat-trick before half-time. Ellen White and Eniola Aluko also netted two apiece while Natasha Dowie grabbed number eight

26 October 2013
England 2-0 Wales

The Den, London
Second half goals from Jordan Nobbs and Toni Duggan give England a more slender victory against the Welsh in south London.

31 October 2013
Turkey 0-4 England

5 Ocak Stadium, Adana
Eniola Aluko got the ball rolling scoring with ten minutes gone, then Fara Williams soon made it 2-0 from the spot. Toni Duggan and Jordan Nobbs in the second half made it four.

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Alex Scott in action against Montenegro

5 April 2014


England 9-0 Montenegro

American Express Community Stadium, Brighton
Toni Duggan was again at the double inside the opening 13 minutes and Eniola Aluko and Jill Scott netted before the break. Karen Carney, Lianne Sanderson, Demi Stokes,
Toni Duggan – for her hat-trick – and Natasha Dowie wrapped up a comprehensive win on the south coast.

8 May 2014
England 4-0 Ukraine

Greenhous Meadow, Shrewsbury
Natasha Dowie gave England a narrow half-time lead, but Eniola Aluko scored early in the second half before both she and Dowie grabbed their second goals to seal victory.

14 June 2014
Belarus 0-3 England

Traktor Stadium, Minsk
Eniola Aluko was again in the goals, netting on the half-hour mark before Steph Houghton made it 2-0. Lucy Bronze grabbed her first of the campaign in injury time as England won again.

19 June 2014
Ukraine 1-2 England

Arena Lviv, Lviv

Casey Stoney and Eniola Aluko had given England control of the game with just 15 minutes played, but Olha Ovdiychuk netted for the Ukrainians – the first and only goal England conceded in qualifying – to half the deficit with half an hour to go.

Lianne Sanderson scores in Cardiff

21 August 2014


Wales 0-4 England

Cardiff City Stadium, Cardiff
Four separate scorers – Karen Carney, Eniola Aluko, Laura Bassett and Lianne Sanderson – in the first half in south Wales ensured victory and secured England’s place at the 2015 World Cup Finals in Canada.

17 September 2014
Montenegro 0-10 England

Pod Malim Brdom Stadium, Petrovac
England finished their campaign in convincing fashion, smashing double figures past the Montenegrins. Another hat-trick, this time from Eniola Aluko, as well as braces from Karen Carney and Toni Duggan and efforts from Lucy Bronze, Alex Greenwood and Jo Potter wrapped a commanding performance.

You can now buy tickets for England Women’s historic match against Germany at Wembley Stadium via TheFA.com/Tickets or by calling 0844 826 2010. ‘Early bird’ tickets are priced at £10 for adults and £1 for children.

FA Charter Standard clubs can apply for a group booking with access to up to 10 complimentary tickets and then £7.50 for every additional adult ticket.

From Wednesday 1 October adult tickets will be priced at £15.