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Both sides were favourites going into the tournament, and they have performed up to expectations, conceding just one goal each so far.
The last time these two teams came up against each other in this competition came in the final in 2009. Germany performed brilliantly on the night, winning 6-2.
Ahead of the game, England captain Leah Williamson had this to say:
"These are the games you live for. It's a fairy-tale fixture with the history behind it. I think we have the two teams who have had the best tournaments in the final."
"Nobody ever has a home game where they don't have an advantage. This is our national stadium so it's familiar to us and the support we have had so far has been incredible. It's an exciting thought that we have that on our side."
In the UK, fans can watch the big game live on BBC One, with coverage starting at 4PM. The match will also be streamed on BBC Iplayer and the BBC Sport website.
The Euro 2022 final kicks off at 5PM BST and will take place at Wembley Stadium in front of a sold out crowd.
England manager Sarina Wiegman has named the same starting line-up for all matches so far in the competition, and will likely do the same again for today's game.
There is a question mark over whether Germany's star forward Klara Buhl, who missed the semi-final fixture against France, will be fit for the match.
The 21-year-old is a game changing player, scoring 13 goals in just 18 appearances for the German national side.