Germany v Sweden: Women's EURO facts

They have met in two UEFA Women's EURO finals, one Olympic final and one FIFA Women's World Cup final, with Germany beating Sweden on each occasion.

Dzsenifer Marozsán (centre) celebrates after scoring Germany's first goal in the 2016 Olympic final against Sweden
Dzsenifer Marozsán (centre) celebrates after scoring Germany's first goal in the 2016 Olympic final against Sweden ©Getty Images

• Breda hosts the latest chapter in one of women's international football's biggest rivalries, one that has even taken in a FIFA Women's World Cup final, Germany winning 2-1 in 2003 with a golden goal.

• They have also met in two UEFA Women's EURO finals. The first came in 1995 when Germany triumphed 3-2 in Kaiserslautern against a Sweden side containing Pia Sundhage.

• Six years later Steffi Jones was in the Germany team in Ulm that won 1-0. The Germans had already beaten Sweden 3-1 in the group stage.

• Germany won both European finals on home soil, and also prevailed in both of the countries' last-four meetings in Sweden – by 1-0 scorelines in 1997 and 2013.

• Dzsenifer Marozsán was the Germany goalscorer four years ago in Gothenburg.

• In all matches including friendlies, Germany have 19 wins to Sweden's seven with no draws; they lead 50-32 on goals.

• Marozsán plays alongside Sweden's Caroline Seger at Lyon.

• Sweden's Fridolina Rolfö is a Bayern München colleague of Leonie Maier, Sara Däbritz and Kristian Demann.

• Nilla Fischer shares a dressing room with Laura Benkarth, Almuth Schult, Babett Peter, Anna Blässe and Isabel Kerschowski at Wolfsburg. Anja Mittag was also at the club until recently.