A Worcestershire pop star will be performing live at the final of the Women’s Euros.

Becky Hill says she “can’t wait” to headline the UEFA Women’s Euro 2022 Final Show at Wembley on Sunday, July 31.

The singer, from Bewdley, will perform a medley of her hits including My Heart Goes (La Di Da), Remember and Run as well as an “epic 1990s dance classic”.

A number of as-yet-unnamed special guests are also expected to join Hill on stage for the show, which will take place before the final.

“It’s an incredible feeling to be headlining the first-ever UEFA 2022 Women’s EURO Final Show presented by Pepsi MAX,” said Hill. “The women's game has come a long way in recent years and I’m honoured to be a part of the celebration that it so rightly deserves.

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“Wembley Stadium is one of the most famous venues in the world and I can't wait to bring the party to fans across the globe.”

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UEFA marketing director Guy-Laurent Epstein said: “We are excited to be collaborating again with our long-standing partners Pepsi MAX for the first ever UEFA Women's EURO Final Show.

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“Becky Hill is such a talented performer and artist and has an incredible set lined up from start to finish; we know she will bring together fans everywhere to mark the historic occasion.

“This is a huge year for the women's sporting world and it felt only right for Pepsi MAX and UEFA to create the biggest production ever held at the tournament. Fans are in for a special night of entertainment.”

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Georgina Meddows-Smith, GBI marketing director at Pepsi Beverages said: “This tournament is breaking records for attendance and tickets sold. We couldn't think of a better artist than Becky Hill to perform a show that will celebrate this record-breaking tournament.”

England will be trying to book their own place at the final when they take on either Sweden or Belgium at Bramall Lane next Tuesday (July 26).

The other semi-final will see Germany facing either France or the Netherlands.