The station’s modellers created a display of the Lionesses ahead of the Women’s Euro final at Wembley.
Captain Leah Williamson stands proudly alongside tournament stars including Beth Mead and famous LEGO fan Lauren Hemp in a new stage at the resort’s iconic Miniland attraction.
Showcasing their skills, the 23-team squad was built from a total of 874 LEGO bricks and was designed to celebrate the teams’ success on the pitch as the Lionesses prepare to take on Germany this Sunday.
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Paula Laughton, lead designer at Legoland Windsor Resort, said: “The Lionesses have continued to make the whole nation proud with their performances at the Women’s Euro.
“We know that some of the players are huge LEGO fans. To celebrate the team’s achievements, our talented modelers are showing their support by recreating all of the star players as mini versions that will be on display at Miniland.
“We hope the miniature figures bring good luck to the team before the final.”
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Guests can see the new LEGO England women’s team as part of Miniland, where players will be on display throughout the summer.