England looks to future as it celebrates Women's Euro 2022 満員のトラファルガー広場での勝利

イングランドのレジェンドであり、現在はテレビ プレゼンターのアレックス スコットがこの国のムードを完璧にまとめています: “気になるハッシュタグ? ミリオンズケア. 数百万. イングランドのキャプテンが言ったように, この大会は終わったかもしれない, but this is just the start of a magical journey.

Despite negativity from small factions online, England’s ユーロ 2022 victory on Sunday captured hearts and minds, turning skeptics into believers, reducing neutrals to tears.
そして, looking slightly worse for wear after partying long into the night in celebration, England’s victorious team and coaching staff took to a stage in Trafalgar Square, ロンドン, as the celebrations began again.
    But before the tunes and dance moves kicked off in earnestwe’re looking at you, Mary Earpssome of the players and manager Sarina Wiegman, who have all been awarded the Freedom of London award, spoke to Scott about what the win at Wembley Stadium against Germany in the final meant to them and the future of the sport in the country.
      Captain Leah Williamsonwho admitted the team haspartied more than we have played football in the last 24 時間” — said the victory, played in front of a record crowd of 87,192 for a European Championship final, men’s or women’s, is just a start.
        The legacy of the tournament was already made before the final,” ウィリアムソンは言った. “What we have done for women and young girls who can aspire to be us.
        I think England have hosted an incredible tournament and we’ve changed the game in this country and, うまくいけば, across Europe and across the world. But we said we wanted to make our legacy about winning and that’s what we did.
          The 25-year-old added: “Dreams turn into reality. うまくいけば, there is a generation that is being inspired by us.
          England fans wave flags during the team's celebration at Trafalgar Square.

          ‘I haven’t stopped dancing

          から シャナイア・トゥエインハリーケイン, the country was gripped by what was on display on Sunday afternoon.
          So much so that according to the BBC, the final was watched by a record-breaking audience of 17.4 million on UK television.
          And although the breathtaking feats of brilliance on the pitch were engrossingfrom Ella Toone’s sumptuous chip to Chloe Kelly’s first international goalit’s the player’s personalities and charisma which have won over a whole country.
          Kelly abandoning her post-match interview with the BBC to join her teammates in singing Neil Diamond’s classic “スウィートキャロライン,” Jill Scott pulling an all-nighter in celebration and Earps singingIt’s Coming Homestanding on the table from which Wiegman was giving her post-game press conference: the squad members have become instant legends.
          England supporters wave flags as they wait for the arrival of the England team.

          When asked about her delicate chipped goal to give England the lead and Kane’s 賞賛 for it, Toone said she “教えた” the men’s England team captain that.
          Kelly said she’s been on the move ever since the final whistle: “I haven’t stopped dancing, my feet just keep going.
          She’s even had a two-time World Cup winner confirm her life will never be the same from now on. “I see you Chloe Kelly, well done. Enjoy the free rounds of pints and dinners for the rest of your life from all of England. 乾杯!” US Women’s National Team legend Brandi Chastain ツイート.
          And for Manchester City midfield Scottwho’s appeared for England at multiple unsuccessful international tournamentsshe thanked the backers the team has had.
          It’s been fantastic, to be part of this team. I’m training with the best players in the world and it’s so tough keeping up with them. I am so honored to play any part in this team.
          Scott and Bronze speak during the England women's team celebration at Trafalgar Square.

          Everyone who has put the shirt on, everyone who believed in women’s football. We just wanted to be football, うまくいけば, that is how it is perceived now around the world.
            And just before the second round of partying kicked off in earnest, Bronzein her skiing goggles as is tradition for celebrating teamssaid even despite her medal-laden career, there’s still one more on her bucket list.
            I’m feeling on top of the world, on top of Europe. Another trophy but the best one by far. There is still one more we can get our hands on next year.