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Confirmed draw, England fixtures and kick-off times, plus information on rules and stadiums for this summer’s tournament in England


The 13th edition of the UEFA European Women’s Football Championships approaches this summer and England will be aiming for home glory.

The Lionesses crashed out in the semi-finals at the last tournament in 2017, losing to the Netherlands who went on to beat Denmark for the trophy.

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Sarina Wiegman’s England are among the main contenders for Euro 2022

England also lost in the last four at the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup and will be eager to do better this summer.

Sarina Wiegman’s side will be hoping home advantage can be the difference as they welcome Europe’s best to England for the showpiece tournament.

But the Dutch, Sweden, France and Germany will also be among those aiming for glory…

UEFA Women’s Euro 2022: key dates for the finals

The tournament kicks off on Wednesday July 6 with hosts England taking on Austria at Old Trafford in the opening match.

The group stage will continue until the final games of Group D on Monday, July 18.

The round of 16 will start two days later and continue until the final at Wembley on Sunday July 31.

There will be no play-off for third place.

  • 6 July: start of UEFA Women’s Euro 2022
  • July 20-23: Quarter-finals
  • 26-27 July: semi-finals
  • July 31: World Cup final

Confirmed draw, England fixtures and kick-off times, plus information on rules and stadiums for this summer’s tournament in England

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The Netherlands won the Women’s European Championships on home soil in 2017

UEFA Women’s Euro 2022: How the tournament works

There will be 16 countries competing in the Euros, including hosts England and title holders Netherlands.

The tournament will follow a simple format with the top two from each of the four groups progressing.

Once the group stage is complete, the competition will follow a knockout format before the final on July 31.

The tournament will have just two kick off hours with matches starting at 5pm or 8pm.

All quarter-finals and semi-finals will start at 8 p.m. while the final at Wembley will start at 5 p.m.


Confirmed draw, England fixtures and kick-off times, plus information on rules and stadiums for this summer’s tournament in England

The final of the Women’s Euro 2022 will take place at Wembley

UEFA Women’s Euro 2022: Venues

The tournament will be held at ten stadiums in eight cities across England, with two grounds used in London and Manchester.

The final will be played at the 90,000 seat Wembley Stadium in the capital while the community stadium in Brentford will also be used.

Manchester United’s Old Trafford, Southampton’s St Mary’s Stadium and Brighton’s AMEX will be the other Premier League grounds to host matches.

Matches will also take place at Bramall Lane in Sheffield, Stadium MK in Milton Keynes, Rotherham’s New York Stadium, Leigh Sports Village Stadium and Etihad Academy Stadium in Manchester.

Confirmed draw, England fixtures and kick-off times, plus information on rules and stadiums for this summer’s tournament in England

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England reached the semi-finals of the last Euro tournament

Women’s Euro 2022: the groups

England will face a battle of Britain in their group as the hosts were drawn against close neighbors Northern Ireland. Austria and Norway make up Group A.

In Group B, Germany will face 2017 runners-up Denmark, while defending champions Netherlands will face world number two Sweden in Group C.

Group C is now complete and had only three teams due to the ban from Russia. Portugal, which Russia beat in the play-off, replaced them.

Group D is titled by the meeting of France and Italy.

  • Group A: England (M), Austria, Norway, Northern Ireland
  • Group B: Germany, Denmark, Spain, Finland
  • Group C: Netherlands, Sweden, Switzerland, Portugal
  • Group D: France, Italy, Belgium, Iceland

Women’s Euro 2022: the England team

England coach Wiegman named his provisional 28-man squad for this summer’s Euros on May 17.

Guardians: Mary Earps (Manchester United), Hannah Hampton (Aston Villa), Sandy MacIver (Everton), Ellie Roebuck (Manchester City).

Defenders: Millie Bright (Chelsea), Lucy Bronze (Man City), Jess Carter (Chelsea), Niamh Charles (Chelsea), Rachel Daly (Houston Dash), Alex Greenwood (Man City), Steph Houghton (Man City), Demi Stokes (Man City) City), Lotte Wubben-Moy (Arsenal).

Midfielders: Fran Kirby (Chelsea), Jill Scott (Aston Villa on loan from Man City), Lucy Staniforth (Man United), Georgia Stanway (Man City), Ella Toone (Man United), Keira Walsh (Man City), Leah Williamson (Arsenal) , Katie Zelem (Man United).

Forwards: Beth England (Chelsea), Lauren Hemp (Man City), Chloe Kelly (Man City), Beth Mead (Arsenal), Nikita Parris (Arsenal), Alessia Russo (Man United), Ellen White (Man City).

Confirmed draw, England fixtures and kick-off times, plus information on rules and stadiums for this summer’s tournament in England

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England will be confident of going all the way this summer

UEFA Women’s Euro 2022: complete schedule

Group stage:

Wednesday July 6

Group A: England v Austria – kick off 8pm, Old Trafford

Thursday July 7

Group A: Norway v Northern Ireland – kick off 8pm, St Mary’s

Friday July 8

Group B: Spain v Finland – kick off 5pm, Stadium MK

Group B: Germany v Denmark – kick off 8pm, London Community Stadium

Saturday July 9

Group C: Portugal v Switzerland – kick off 5pm, Leigh Sports Village

Group C: Netherlands v Sweden – kick off 8pm, Bramall Lane

Sunday July 10

Group D: Belgium v ​​Iceland – Kick off 5.00pm, Manchester City Academy Stadium

Group D: France vs Italy – kick-off 8pm, New York Stadium

Monday July 11

Group A: Austria v Northern Ireland – kick off 5pm, St Mary’s

Group A: England v Norway – kick off 8pm, Brighton and Hove Community Stadium

tuesday july 12

Group B: Denmark v Finland – kick off 5pm, Stadium MK

Group B: Germany v Spain – Kick off 8pm, London Community Stadium

Wednesday July 13

Group C: Sweden vs Switzerland – kick off 5pm, Bramall Lane

Group C: Netherlands-Portugal – kick-off 8pm, Leigh Sports Village

Thursday July 14

Group D: Italy v Iceland – Kick off 5pm, Manchester City Academy Stadium

Group D: France vs Belgium – kick off 8pm, New York Stadium

friday july 15

Group A: Northern Ireland v England – kick off 8pm St Mary’s

Group A: Austria v Norway – kick off 8pm, Brighton and Hove Community Stadium

Saturday July 16

Group B: Finland v Germany – kick off 8pm, Stadium MK

Group B: Denmark v Spain – Kick off 8pm, London Community Stadium

Sunday July 17

Group C: Switzerland vs Netherlands – kick off 5pm, Bramall Lane

Group C: Sweden v Portugal – kick off 5pm, Leigh Sports Village

Monday July 18

Group D: Iceland vs France – kick-off 8pm, New York Stadium

Group D: Italy v Belgium – kick off 8pm, Manchester City Academy Stadium

Knockout stage

Quarter-finals

Wednesday July 20

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

Thursday July 21

Quarter-final 2: Group B winners v Group A runners-up 8pm, London Community Stadium

friday july 22

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

Quarter-Final 4: Winners Group D v Runners-up Group C – Kick-off 8pm, New York Stadium

Semi-finals

tuesday july 26

Semi-final 1: Quarter-final winners 1 vs. Quarter-final winners 3 – kick-off 8pm, Bramall Lane

Wednesday July 27

Semi-final 2: Winner quarter-final 2 v Winner quarter-final 4 – kick-off 8pm, Stadium MK

Final

Sunday July 31

Winners semi-final 1 v Winners semi-final 2 – kick-off 5pm, Wembley



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