In the photo: fans fly the flag of the Lionesses before the final of Euro 2022

Football fans dressed in red and white gathered on Wembley Street in London ahead of the Euro 2022 final between England and Germany.

Around 90,000 people are expected to arrive at London’s Wembley Stadium for the match that will see the Lionesses lift their first major trophy in women’s football.

Thousands of fans will cheer for the team across the country, including in the fan zone in Trafalgar Square.

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English fans Gracie May, 8, and Amelia Lee, 6, have their banners ready (Adam Davy/Pennsylvania)

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These fans know what song they hope to sing when they get to the stadium (Adam Davey/Pennsylvania)

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Wembley Way was crowded with fans more than five hours before kick-off (James Manning/Pennsylvania)

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It was a real family event that got more girls interested in football (James Manning/Pennsylvania)

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The flags provided useful wind protection off the ground (Adam Davy/Pennsylvania)

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The game starts at 5:00 pm, but fans have been shopping for souvenirs since Sunday morning (James Manning/PA).

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The main road to the stadium will be off-limits for drinking due to the chaos that marred last year’s Euro 2020 men’s final (Jonathan Brady/Pennsylvania)

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While the men’s European Football Championship 2020 final at Wembley Stadium in England was overshadowed by massive crowds, this year’s women’s final is expected to attract a different audience (Adan Davy/Pennsylvania).

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England and Germany scarves sold out of the ground (Joe Giddens/Pennsylvania)

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English fans line up to enter the Wembley Fan Park (Jonathan Brady/PA)

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Fans are looking forward to seeing the Lionesses win the first major tournament title for any England team since 1966 (Jonathan Brady/Pennsylvania).