England manager Sarina Wiegman has said she has “unfinished business” after signing a new contract until 2027.
Wiegman started the role in September 2021 and guided England to a first major trophy when the team won Euro 2022.
England also reached the 2023 World Cup final, which they lost to Spain.
“I am so happy to have the chance to lead England through to 2027 after an incredible two and a half years,” said Wiegman.
“Looking forward, we have unfinished business and I know we are capable of even more, although nothing will come easy.
“Our game is becoming so competitive at the top level. I relish that opportunity and can’t wait to start the Euro qualifiers, followed by the World Cup.”
Former Netherlands manager and midfielder Wiegman has also won two Arnold Clark Cups and the first Women’s Finalissima against Brazil, which was in April last year, during her time in charge.