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UEFA European Women’s EURO Championship England 2022: Schedule, Fixtures, Venues, How to Watch, and More

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UEFA European Womens EURO Championship England 2022

The 13th edition of the UEFA European Women’s Football Championship will start off this week. The premier Women’s international competition in European football, the Women’s EURO 2022, is set to start in England on July 7 (according to IST). The competition last occurred in 2017 and was deferred because of the COVID-19 episode last year.

The 2022 Women’s European Championship happens in England this late spring, with the hosts starting off the competition on July 6 preceding the winner being delegated at Wembley on July 31.

In July, it gets back with the host England locking horns against Austria in Manchester. Defending champ Netherlands will begin its campaign against 1984 EURO winner Sweden in a Group C conflict.

The tournament comprises four groups, 16 teams, inside 10 stadiums, across nine cities, with each match shown live on the BBC, and you can guarantee you don’t miss a solitary moment of the activity with our extensive installations guide.

Holland is the reigning champ while Portugal supplanted Russia following the latter’s exclusion because of the attack on Ukraine.

The Dutch, in any case, will be without its head coach Sarina Wiegman who will be in charge of England in the desire to guide the double-cross finalist to its maiden European Championship.

The best team in the EUROS, Germany, with eight titles, neglected to protect the title in the last edition of it, losing to Denmark in the quarterfinals. At the point when it begins the campaign this year, it will confront a similar side in London on July 8.

With European heavyweights like Sweden, Norway, and Germany back in real life, it will be fascinating to check whether the Dutch can guard its maiden title or on the other hand in the event that Wiegman can do something amazing for the Three Lionesses.

When does the 2022 Women’s European Championship begin?

The competition starts off on Wednesday, July 6, when England hosts Austria at Old Trafford.

How many teams are playing in the European Championship 2022?

Sixteen countries are playing in the European Championship this season with them conveyed in four groups of four teams each. While Group B is stalked by powerhouses Spain, Denmark, and Germany, host England will confront major areas of strength against Norway.

The 16 teams required at the finals are Austria, Belgium, Denmark, England (hosts), Finland, France, Germany, Iceland, Italy, Holland (holders), Northern Ireland, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland.

Portugal supplanted Russia following the latter’s exclusion because of the invasion of Ukraine.

Which stadiums are hosting the UEFA Women’s EURO England 2022?

Ten Stadium across England will host the European Championship with the semifinal rounds set to occur at Bramall Lane and the Milton and Keynes Stadium while the Wembley Stadium in London is the destination for the last.

The competition will start off at the Theater Of Dreams, the Old Trafford Stadium where the Three Lionesses will confront Austria.

UEFA Women’s EURO England 2022 venues

  • Brighton & Hove (Brighton & Hove Community Stadium)
  • London (Brentford Community Stadium & Wembley Stadium – final only)
  • Manchester (Manchester City Academy Stadium)
  • Milton Keynes (Stadium MK)
  • Rotherham (New York Stadium)
  • Sheffield (Bramall Lane)
  • Southampton (St Mary’s Stadium)
  • Trafford (Old Trafford – opening game only)
  • Wigan & Leigh (Leigh Sports Village)

Who are the reigning champs?

Holland won the last competition in 2017 and will be among the top choices the following summer, alongside Germany, France, Spain, Sweden, and hosts England. Also, Denmark was the other runners-up five years ago and has a significant pedigree in the women’s game, while Norway has been in six finals, winning the competition two times, and Italy is getting to the next level.

Who has the best record in the competition?

Germany has been by a long shot the most prevailing team historically and has come out on won a record eight European titles (out of a potential 12). Britain arrived at the semi-finals in 2017 and was beaten finalists in both 2009 and 1984.

When and where to watch UEFA Women’s EURO England 2022?

The European Championship 2022 will be telecast live on Sony Ten HD 2, and Sony Ten 2, and can be watched online on Sony LIV and JioTV.

BBC is the spot for the Women’s Euros, with all England and Northern Ireland matches live on BBC One. Each of the 31 matches will be on the BBC iPlayer and BBC Sports websites.

UEFA Women’s EURO England 2022: Groups

Group A: England, Austria, Norway, Northern Ireland

Group B: Germany, Denmark, Spain, Finland

Group C: Netherlands, Sweden, Portugal, Switzerland

Group D: France, Italy, Belgium, Iceland

UEFA Women’s EURO England 2022: Full Fixtures

All kick-off times are BST

Wednesday, July 6

Group A: England vs Austria, kick-off 8 pm, Old Trafford, BBC One

Thursday, July 7

Group A: Norway vs Northern Ireland, 8 pm, St Mary’s, BBC One

Friday, July 8

Group B: Spain vs Finland, 5 pm, Stadium MK, BBC Two
Group B: Germany vs Denmark, 8 pm, Brentford Community Stadium, BBC One

Saturday, July 9

Group C: Portugal vs Switzerland, 5 pm, Leigh Sports Village, BBC iPlayer
Group C: Netherlands vs Sweden, 8 pm, Bramall Lane, BBC One

Sunday, July 10

Group D: Belgium vs Iceland, 5 pm, Manchester City Academy Stadium, BBC Two
Group D: France vs Italy, 8 pm, New York Stadium, BBC Two

Monday, July 11

Group A: Austria vs Northern Ireland, 5 pm, St Mary’s, BBC One
Group A: England v Norway, 8 pm, Brighton and Hove Community Stadium, BBC One

Tuesday, July 12

Group B: Denmark vs Finland, 5 pm, Stadium MK, BBC Two
Group B: Germany vs Spain, 8 pm, Brentford Community Stadium, BBC Two

Wednesday, July 13

Group C: Sweden vs Switzerland, 5 pm, Bramall Lane, BBC Two
Group C: Netherlands v Portugal, 8 pm, Leigh Sports Village, BBC Two

Thursday, July 14

Group D: Italy vs Iceland, 5 pm, Manchester City Academy Stadium, BBC Two
Group D: France vs Belgium, 8 pm, New York Stadium, BBC One

Friday, July 15

Group A: Northern Ireland v England, 8 pm, St Mary’s, BBC One
Group A: Austria vs Norway, 8 pm, Brighton and Hove Community Stadium, BBC Three

Saturday, July 16

Group B: Finland vs Germany, 8 pm, Stadium MK, BBC Two
Group B: Denmark vs Spain, 8 pm, Brentford Community Stadium, BBC Four

Sunday, July 17

Group C: Switzerland vs the Netherlands, 5 pm, Bramall Lane, BBC Two
Group C: Sweden vs Portugal, 5 pm, Leigh Sports Village, BBC iPlayer

Monday, July 18

Group D: Iceland vs France, 8 pm, New York Stadium, BBC Two
Group D: Italy vs Belgium, 8 pm, Manchester City Academy Stadium, BBC Four

Wednesday, July 20

Quarter-final 1: Winners Group A v Runners-up Group B, 8 pm, Brighton and Hove Community Stadium

Thursday, July 21

Quarter-final 2: Winners Group B v Runners-up Group A, 8 pm, Brentford Community Stadium

Friday, July 22

Quarter-final 3: Winners Group C v Runners-up Group D, 8 pm, Leigh Sports Village

Saturday, July 23

Quarter-final 4: Winners Group D v Runners-up Group C, 8 pm, New York Stadium

Tuesday, July 26

Semi-final 1: Winners quarter-final 1 v Winners quarter-final 3, 8 pm, Bramall Lane

Wednesday, July 27

Semi-final 2: Winners quarter-final 2 v Winners quarter-final 4, 8 pm, Stadium MK

Sunday, July 31

Final: Winners semi-final 1 v Winners semi-final 2, 5 pm, Wembley

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