Don’t miss out on attending the record-breaking tournament everyone will be talking about.
Whether it is the first intro to live football for your daughter or son, a night out with your friends, or a chance to bring the family together, you can have a great day out in one of our host cities and then in the afternoon/evening watch the game in a fan-friendly environment. You can’t beat the stadium atmosphere where you’ll see top-class football and the stars of the women’s game take to the pitch.
Sheffield is a city steeped in football history – the world’s oldest football club is from the Steel City, while Bramall Lane hosted the first ever floodlit football match. You’ll find so much to enjoy as you start to explore the awesome architecture, and step inside the amazing array of repurposed buildings now housing independent eateries, bars and micro-breweries. It also has a thriving arts scene and live entertainment. So why not soak up the heritage, visit a gallery or head to a live gig before enjoying one of the standout matches of the group stage?
Sheffield is a good base for fans of Netherlands, Sweden and Switzerland with all three sides having the opportunity to pack out the 30,000-seater stadium. As well as those mouth-watering three Group C clashes, fans will get the chance to see a bumper semi-final with sides playing for the right to make it through to the Wembley showpiece and a shot at silverware.
The reigning champions Netherlands kick-off their title defence in front of a primetime Saturday night audience and they could hardly have asked for a tougher start against a Sweden side currently ranked second in the world and fresh from winning silver at the Tokyo Olympics.
Sweden will then take on Switzerland four days later, before the Swiss round off the group proceedings at the home of Sheffield United with their game against the defending champions.
Saturday 9 July 8pm: Netherlands vs Sweden
Wednesday 13 July 5pm: Sweden vs Switzerland
Sunday 17 July 5pm: Switzerland vs Netherlands
Tuesday 26 July 8pm: Semi-Final
Fancy another fixture but at a smaller venue? Check out the four fixtures for Rotherham, just a stones throw from Sheffield
Rotherham is a town like no other, steeped in history, industry and innovation. It is a family-friendly place with hidden gems such as Gulliver’s theme park, a giant water splash at Clifton Park, Magna Science Adventure Centre, and the grandeur of Wentworth Woodhouse, a Grade l listed country house.
It is also the place to be to follow the fortunes of France, currently ranked No.5 in the world, with all their Group D encounters taking place at the New York Stadium. With a 12,000 capacity, you can expect plenty of noise and an intimate atmosphere for the fixtures against Italy, Belgium and Iceland. The home of Rotherham United will also play host to a quarter-final with the winner of France’s Group D taking on the runner-up in Group C, containing defending champions the Netherlands.
Sunday 10 July 8pm: France vs Italy
Thursday 14 July 8pm: France vs Belgium
Monday 18 July 8pm: Iceland vs France
Saturday 23 July 8pm: Quarter-Final
Milton Keynes is one of the fastest growing and vibrant places in the UK. Located between London and Birmingham it is easily accessible by road or rail to enjoy the full UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 experience. In-between enjoying the football visit the Grade ll listed Centre MK shopping centre, see a production at the theatre and visit MK Gallery. It’s also an extreme sports hotspot where you can water-ski and wakeboard, find the UK’s longest indoor real-snow ski and boarding slope, and visit the home of Red Bull Racing.
The much-vaunted group of death will be played out at Stadium MK in front of a potential 30,000 fans. Only two can progress from Spain, Germany, Finland and Denmark in Group B. And three of the crucial fixtures can be seen at the home of MK Dons. Finland are the underdogs in Group B but they would love nothing more than toppling their Scandinavian neighbours in Milton Keynes on Matchday 2. Anna Signeul’s side edged out Portugal to top Group E in qualifying and with all-time top scorer Linda Sällström leading the line, they won’t lack a goal threat.
The good-natured rivalry should make for a friendly atmosphere at Stadium MK and the 5pm kick-off for two of the games makes these ideal games to gather together the mums, dads, sons and daughters from your youth football team or community club for a summer catch-up.
Friday 8 July 5pm: Spain vs Finland
Tuesday 12 July 5pm: Denmark vs Finland
Saturday 16 July 8pm: Finland vs Germany
Wednesday 27 July 8pm: Semi-Final
Happy to travel, or live within commuting distance of London? Don’t forget Brentford Community Stadium will host a further four fixtures
Brighton and Hove
Brighton and Hove is a wise place to be in the height of summer. Nestled between the South Downs and the sea, and yet only 60 minutes by train from London you won’t be short of things to do before and after a game.
The game to watch is Norway verses Austria. Why not make it a weekend trip to see the game on a Friday evening before heading out and about in this creative city to enjoy live music and dinner at an award-winning restaurant. The next day visit the historic Royal Pavilion, the traditional Brighton Pier and do some shopping at the famous Lanes and North Lanes shopping areas and enjoy the free-spirited atmosphere you won’t find anywhere else.
The final game taking place at the home of Premier League side Brighton and Hove Albion, is a quarter-final which will see the winners of this group take on the runners-up in the so-called group of death, Group B, at the 30,000-seater stadium.
Monday 11 July 8pm: England vs Norway
Friday 15 July 8pm: Austria vs Norway
Wednesday 20 July 8pm: Quarter-Final
Want to even more of the south coast? Why not include a visit to Southampton to see Norway V Northern Ireland.
A sunny day on the south coast followed by tournament football in the fading midsummer light – doesn’t sound too bad, does it? A lively, modern city with a strong connection to the sea. It's been a major seaport for the UK for centuries and is famous for many things including the departure of the doomed Titanic on her maiden passenger voyage. The historic coastal town has an abundance of activities, events, places to shop, eat and socialise, as well as a fascinating history to explore.
Thousands of Northern Ireland fans are set to create a festival atmosphere at St Mary’s Stadium as their team makes its debut at a major tournament. Kenny Shiels’ side overcame Ukraine in April’s Play-Offs to secure their place among the elite and though they were the lowest-ranked side to qualify, the size and passion of their support could inspire some surprises when the action is underway.
Northern Ireland fans took over France for the men’s UEFA European Championships in 2016 – just ask Will Grigg – and won’t be short of noise, while Norway will also be looking for a strong start as they seek a third UEFA Women’s European Championship trophy.
Thursday 7 July 8pm: Norway vs Northern Ireland
Monday 11 July 5pm: Austria vs Northern Ireland
Friday 15 July 8pm: Northern Ireland vs England
Wigan & Leigh
Leigh Sports Village hosts three Group C fixtures and a quarter-final, giving fans plenty of high-quality action to savour. Wigan Borough encompasses the two main towns of Wigan and Leigh. The borough boasts a beautiful Greenheart stretching from Leigh through to Haigh Woodland Park. You’ll find a healthy mix of character and heritage with a vibrant mixture of amenities including great shopping facilities and an array of eateries, pubs and bars. It is also less than an hour from Manchester so you can take full advantage of this great location.
Fans of Russia will need to be based in the area as all three of their matches take place at the ground. They get things underway against Switzerland before following up against defending champions Netherlands. And the group stage finale comes against a dangerous Sweden side who will be eager to book their spot in the quarters. The winners of Russia’s Group C will stay at Leigh for a quarter-final against the runners-up of Group D.
Saturday 9 July 5pm: Russia vs Switzerland
Wednesday 13 July 8pm: Netherlands vs Russia
Saturday 17 July 5pm: Sweden vs Russia
Friday 22 July 8pm: Quarter-Final
London remains one of the most diverse, exciting and dynamic places to visit. From renowned sightseeing attractions and fun-filled days out, to top restaurants and the West End theatre scene. Not forgetting the bustling markets, historic museums and beautiful Royal parks.
And nothing says ‘Friday night feast’ quite like the most successful nation in the tournament’s history, Germany, taking on a free-scoring Denmark side who netted 48 times in qualifying – the joint-most of any nation. Runners-up in 2017, the entertaining Danes will be eager to go one better this time around and what better way to signal their intent than with a victory over Martina Voss-Tecklenburg’s star-studded outfit? The smart surroundings of the Brentford Community Stadium provide an ideal backdrop to kick off your Friday evening in style.
The home of Premier League new boys Brentford, the stadium will also stage Germany’s fixture against Spain in what is being coined the group of death. Denmark and Spain then face off on Matchday three before fans have the chance to take in a quarter-final at the same 17,000 capacity venue.
Friday 8 July 8pm: Germany vs Denmark
Tuesday 12 July 8pm: Germany vs Spain
Saturday 16 July 8pm: Denmark vs Spain
Thursday 21 July 8pm: Quarter-Final
Don’t miss out on this momentous occasion. All eyes will be on Old Trafford as the UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 gets underway with hosts England tackling Austria in the curtain-raiser. Lionesses coach Sarina Wiegman is going for her second straight EURO triumph having led Netherlands to glory in 2017, again on home soil.
Manchester is jam-packed with unique and eclectic restaurants, bars, shops, museums, galleries and places to stay. In the surrounding areas you’ll also find quaint market towns, traditional pubs and beautiful green spaces and waterways to be explored on foot or bike. There is always something to do in Manchester and seeing this incredible game will be sure to make it a visit to remember.
Wednesday 6 July 8pm: England vs Austria
Diverse, energetic and bursting with character, Manchester was the birthplace of the industrial revolution. The city has a proud history in science, politics, music, arts and is famous for its football teams. It’s all set up for a captivating contest in Manchester, which is also home to the National Football Museum – making it the perfect city for a fun day out.
Belgium fell at the group stage in their competition bow in 2017 but will be confident of a better showing this time around having topped their qualifying group. They begin against an Iceland side who were quarter-finalists in 2013 and held Sweden to a draw in qualifying.
Then it’s Italy’s turn to take on the Icelandic side with both games kicking off at 5pm, perfect to bring the whole family down to watch. The final match sees Italy face Belgium to round off the action.
Sunday 10 July 5pm: Belgium vs Iceland
Thursday 14 July 5pm: Italy vs Iceland
Monday 18 July 8pm: Italy vs Belgium
Want to experience a game in a bigger venue then explore Wigan & Leigh
It could only be the home of English football and one of the world’s premier stadiums hosting the final of the tournament. Fresh from staging the men’s showpiece at the delayed EURO 2020, the spectacular 90,000-seater venue will crown the women’s newest EURO champions.
Sunday 31 July 5pm: Final
*All Kick-Off Times in BST
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