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The Lionesses will face Austria and Luxembourg in a bid to top Group D as Lucy Bronze claims Euro winners want the next World Cup

England bask in the aftermath of a historic Lionesses victory at Wembley Stadium that captured the hearts of a nation.

Sarina Wiegman’s side finally brought football home on Sunday after beating Germany 2-1 in the final to become European champions.


England are European champions, it’s great to say

By lifting England’s first major footballing trophy since 1966, captain Leah Williamson has urged more fans to turn up for WSL matches next season.

But fans will be equally desperate to keep watching the Lionesses with World Cup qualification on the horizon.

Here, has everything you need to know about when the English Championship-winning side will be next in action…

Next England match: Start date and time

The Lionesses will complete their bid to secure World Cup qualification for the 2023 tournament in Australia and New Zealand next month.

England’s first game after their triumph at Wembley will be away to Austria, their main rivals in Group D, the Saturday September 3.

Wiegman’s side are five points clear of the Austrians after eight straight qualifying victories, and only need a draw to secure top spot.

The Lionesses have also won back-to-back 1-0 wins over Austria over the past year, most recently in their Euro 2022 opener at Old Trafford.

England’s first game at home since their triumph at Wembley will come three days to complete their World Cup qualifying campaign.

This confrontation against Luxembourg will begin at 7:30 p.m. at the Britannia Stadium in Stoke City on Tuesday, September 6.

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The Lionesses will face Austria and Luxembourg in a bid to top Group D as Lucy Bronze claims Euro winners want the next World Cup


The Lionesses played to record crowds at Wembley

Next England match: How to get tickets

Tickets for the Lionesses World Cup qualifier against Luxembourg in Stoke-on-Trent are on sale now.

Tickets for the match were originally distributed exclusively to My England Football members from midday on Wednesday June 29 here.

They then went on general sale on Thursday 30 June and are priced at £15 for adult tickets, £5 for reduced fares (over 65s and students) and £2.50 for under 16s.

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The Lionesses will face Austria and Luxembourg in a bid to top Group D as Lucy Bronze claims Euro winners want the next World Cup


Look out world, this could just be the start for this England side

Next game England: What has been said?

There could be more to come from this special group of players, with Lucy Bronze aiming for glory next summer.

When asked what’s next for this England side, Bronze told talkSPORT: “The World Cup?

“There would literally be no words to win the World Cup.

“We are in a great position at the moment and we have to like being European champions because not many people can say that.

“No English player has ever been able to say that and now we 23 are the first to do so.

“We can enjoy the moment.”

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