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.
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• 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.