The Lionesses’ record-breaking win against Germany is celebrated and applauded across the front and back pages.
The Times calls them “England’s pride”, saying the victory kicked off jubilant scenes in a “land of hope and finally glory”.
In a souvenir edition, the paper highlights the Queen’s message of congratulations to the team, in which she says they “have all set an example that will be an inspiration for girls and women today, and for future generations”.
It goes on to say: “Where the Lions had so often fought and failed, the Lionesses came and conquered.”
Writing in the paper, Robert Hardman says that “for the nation that invented the game – and has been banging on about ‘football coming home’ ever since – the final of the Women’s Euros is the greatest sporting triumph in the lifetimes of most of those lucky enough to witness it”.
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