Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has described the level of play at this summer’s Women’s European Championships as “crazy,” but he will still be cheering on his home Germany in the final versus England on Sunday.

The tournament has seen 92 goals in 30 matches and will conclude on Sunday when England and Germany face off at Wembley Stadium. So far, both teams have won every game while conceding only one goal.

“I really have to say I love women’s football, it’s outstanding. The quality of the tournament is insane,” Klopp told reporters ahead of Liverpool’s Community Shield game against Manchester City.

“England is doing exceptionally well. I saw three games of Germany too, they’ve been doing really well as well. It’s a really good final – two intense teams facing each other.

“As much as I love England, my heart is with the German side. At a sold out Wembley with an English crowd, it will be a massive challenge for Germany. England are slight favourites playing at home, but Germany has a chance.”

England are vying for their first major title while Germany have won the competition eight times. But Klopp went on to praise all the teams that had taken part, saying their performances were of the highest standard and will only serve to popularise the game.

“Most important is the face women’s football showed, it’s a fantastic game. Women’s football, over the last few years, exploded in their development,” Klopp added.

“It’s tactically and technically on an incredibly high level. The intensity of the games – physically it’s really, really good and I love watching it.

“Congratulations to all the teams that were a part of it because it is a commercial for football, not only women’s football.”

Final will be ‘a great football feast’

According to Germany coach Martina Voss-Tecklenburg, the Euro 2022 final between England and Germany at Wembley will be a “great football feast.”

Alexandra Popp scored twice as Germany defeated a feisty France side 2-1 in the second semi-final on Wednesday.

They will now face England in front of an estimated 87,200 fans on Sunday.

“It’s a classic game, it will be an incredible final,” said Voss-Tecklenburg.

“We look forward to this game, as everyone will do in England and in Germany.

“We will be playing at Wembley in front of 80 or 90,000 people and most of them for England and against us but we understand that and we’re accepting the challenge.”