England have won the European Championship for the first time in their history after beating Germany at Wembley. An extra-time winner from Chloe Kelly sealed victory for the Lionesses.

England 2-1 Germany (Toone 62′, Kelly 110′ – Magull 79′) Wembley Stadium, London

It was a scrappy goal befitting a brilliantly scrappy final, but Chloe Kelly didn’t care, as she forced the ball over the line in extra-time to make history for England at Wembley.

For the hosts, it’s a first ever major honor in women’s football – and indeed the country’s first ever senior European title in any form of the game. But they were forced all the way by a demanding Germany team.

After a physical first half ended goalless, Ella Toone gave England the lead with a moment of beauty, neatly chipping the ball over German goalkeeper Merle Frohm.

But Germany equalized through Lina Magull to take the final to extra-time, where England slowly took the upper hand.

And when the German defense failed to clear the ball, Kelly was on hand to stab home and make history.