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Don't miss Lioness, who has 77,000 fans to watch England's Old Trafford season opener.

You can't miss Lioness.

Sip a can of Pepsi Max, munching on a packet of hot-wave Doritos peppers, or strolling through iconic landmarks will not be ignored.

A photo of Ellen White was projected onto the cliffs of Dover, an image of Leah Williamson was blown to Tower Bridge, and Lucy Bronze stood high at Battersea Power Station.

Walker's punchy paprika potato chips also touted theeuro,England in front of an expected 77,000 spectators in Old Trafford tonightI want to kick things off against Austria.

All major events in women's football over the last two decades have been welcomed as potential watersheds, but the euro has special expectations.

Arsenaldefender Williamson, 25, said: But that's good

"It means we have visibility as a team and it means that the game is perceived as it should be. It's weird. , Good for the game.

"I'm very proud. Looking back at the opening match against Austria, I'm sure it will be an important moment forever.

"I want to represent England in the euro. It's important to be on the pitch tonight. Everything else is a bonus."

At the last World Cup in France in 2019, No one bowed when Phil Neville's English national team walked through the Old Town of Nice behind the Cathedral of Saint-Luparat.

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And in a stadium with 35,000 people, over 13,000 people Give the beginning of England's World Cup a slightly anti-climatic atmosphere in the opening match against Scotland.

The hype can be a problem for women's soccer tournament organizers.

The first ball has not yet been kicked in this year's euro, but the record has already begun to fall.

A record 500,000 tickets were won in a 26-day tournament.

AllLionessgroup stage games sold out a few months ago and tickets for the Wembley final are no longer available. The Wembley Final is expected to attract 87,200 spectators on July 31st . The team is in a good location to deal with mounting pressure.

She added: "I'm the 12th home fan, and the managerSarina Wiegmanhas that experience and wants to accept it.

" This is what I'm good at in the past Maybe it wasn't.

"So I love the fact that we have 77,000 fans tonight, most of them there for us.

" I We will use and accept it as much as possible because it is an advantage to be at home. ”

Hosts, in particular, led their home country of the Netherlands to glory in 2017. Later, head coach Wiegman is one of my favorites because he is the European champion. The 2017 and 2019 World Cup consecutive semi-finals are in a good place for her England national team to finally get her first major trophy.

After losing love with the United States in the semi-finals at the last World Cup, the player wept and she said she "failed."

However, Weegman says her star can use her experience to enter the finals.

Weegman, 52, who was the top Dutch job when he hosted and won her last euro, said:

"But English players already have more experience in this type of environment, so you can feel the difference between the two tournaments.

" As a coach With experience, it's always useful. Of course, I want to share it with the players. Many of the English teams understand their expectations. ”

England, Spain , Germany, Italy, France, Holland and Denmark are all aiming for elusive places in the glittering finals at Wembley.

This year's tournament openness is in favor of the growing power of the European women's league and the increase in top flights across the continent, which offers professional contracts .

Wiegman added: "The game has evolved and many countries are famous for this tournament.

" I think it's really hard to predict what will happen in the end.

"Many The country is in a good position.

"But I've seen strange things happen in tournaments!"