Women's Euro 2022 final tickets are selling for more than £1,000 each as fans cash in on the Lionesses' success.
England booked their place in Sunday's final at Wembley Stadium with a dominant 4-0 win over world number two side Sweden at Bramall Lane. Sarina Wiegman's side will now be bidding to win their first major tournament this weekend in their first final since the 2009 Euros against Germany, the same team that beat them 13 years ago.
Ahead of the final, though, tickets for the match have been selling for extortionate amounts online, including for more than £1,000 each on eBay.
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The online auction website currently has two tickets for the final listed for £2,500, meaning they would cost £1,250 each if the highest bid does increase. There are also additional listings of £1,000 for two tickets, £500 each, and one ticket for £320.
Similar re-sale prices were available last summer after England reached the final of the men's tournament, which was also played at Italy.
Fans reportedly paid as much as £15,000 for a pair of tickets to watch the Three Lions take on Italy in their first major tournament final since 1966. Sadly, England were beaten on penalties after the match finished level at 1-1.
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The Lionesses will be hoping that they can go one better after reaching the final of the Euros for the third time by thrashing Sweden on Tuesday. Goals from Beth Mead, Lucy Bronze, Alessia Russo and Fran Kirby sealed an emphatic win in Sheffield.
On route to the final, England have scored 20 goals and conceded just once, including an 8-0 thumping of Norway during the group stage.
This year's performance represents an improvement on the last time England hosted the tournament, as well, after being eliminated at the first hurdle back in 2005.
Germany now stand in the Lionesses' way of an unprecedented win, after they beat France 2-1 on Wednesday night. Alexandra Popp grabbed a brace either side of an own goal from Merle Frohms.
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