Spain

form

All
ESP 5 - 0 UKR
W
ESP 3 - 0 HUN
W
ENG 2 - 1 ESP
L
DEN 0 - 1 ESP
W
GER 2 - 0 ESP
L
ESP 4 - 1 FIN
W
ITA 1 - 1 ESP
D
ESP 7 - 0 AUS
W
SCO 0 - 2 ESP
W
ESP 1 - 1 BRA
D
Finland

form

All
FIN 0 - 5 SWE
L
IRL 1 - 0 FIN
L
FIN 0 - 3 GER
L
DEN 1 - 0 FIN
L
ESP 4 - 1 FIN
L
NED 2 - 0 FIN
L
FIN 1 - 5 JPN
L
FIN 6 - 0 GEO
W
SVK 1 - 1 FIN
D
FIN 0 - 3 NED
L
Head to Head
7 Matches (1 Draws)
6 Total wins 0
3 Home wins 0
3 Away wins 0
Last 5 Matches
5 Wins
0 Draw
0 Wins
ESP 4 - 1 FIN
ESP 5 - 1 FIN
FIN 0 - 2 ESP
ESP 5 - 0 FIN
FIN 1 - 2 ESP
18 Goals Scored 3
Games Over 2.5 Goals 4 / 5
Both Teams Scored 3 / 5
Team Comparison
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Player Comparison

Match Facts

  1. This is the first meeting between Spain and Finland at the UEFA Women’s European Championship finals.
  2. Spain have won their last four matches against Finland in all competitions, most recently a 5-1 victory in August 2018 in a World Cup qualifier.
  3. Spain have only won three of their 12 matches at the UEFA Women’s Euros (D3 L6) but two of those wins have come in their opening games of the tournament: in 2013 vs England (3-2) and 2017 vs Portugal (2-0).
  4. This is Finland’s first UEFA Women’s Euros appearance since 2013, when they were eliminated at the group stage. They did, however, reach the knockout stages in their other two appearances at the finals (semi-final in 2005, quarter-final in 2009).
  5. Spain’s three wins at the UEFA Women’s Euros have all come in different tournaments (1997, 2013, 2017) and they could become just the second nation to win their first four games in the competition in four different tournaments, along with France (1997, 2001, 2005, 2009).
  6. Finland have only won one UEFA Women’s Euros match that wasn’t played in their home country (D3 L3), although that win did come in England, beating Denmark at Blackpool’s Bloomfield Road stadium in June 2005. Their other two wins came in Helsinki when hosting the competition in 2009.
  7. No team scored more goals in the group stages of qualifying for the UEFA Women’s Euros than Spain (48 in 8 games), with the Spaniards twice netting 10+ goals in a game (10-0 vs Moldova, 13-0 vs Azerbaijan).
  8. Finland’s Linda Sällström netted 10 goals in the qualifying stages for the 2022 UEFA Women’s Euros, with only Belgium’s Tine De Caigny scoring more in the group stages (12). Sällström has scored once in four previous appearances at the Euros finals, scoring Finland’s second goal in their 3-2 quarter-final defeat to England back in September 2009.
  9. Alexia Putellas assisted more goals than any other Spain player in the qualifying stages for the 2022 UEFA Women’s Euros (6); she has also scored once at the Women’s Euros finals, netting a 90th minute winner against England in 2013, one of only three 90th minute winners scored in Women’s Euros history prior to this tournament.
  10. Despite only starting three matches in the qualifying stages of the UEFA Women’s Euros, Spain’s Esther González was directly involved in 10 goals, scoring eight and assisting two. She delivered a goal or assist every 24 minutes across those three starts.
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