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Women’s Euros 2022: Fixtures, Groups, Kick-Off Times & TV Schedule

With the Euros set to start on July 6th, we take a look at the 2022 UEFA Women's European Championship including fixtures, groups, kick-off times and what TV channel the games are on.
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Who is hosting Women’s Euros 2022?

England will be hosting the UEFA Women’s European Championships. It will begin on Wednesday, July 6th. The final will be played on Sunday, July 31st.

England was the only country to submit a bid to host the tournament. They last hosted the Women’s European Championships in 2005.

Who has qualified for the Women’s Euros in 2022?

The 2022 UEFA Women’s Euros will consist of 16 qualified teams. This includes the host nation, England, and the 2017 winners, the Netherlands.

  • England
  • Germany
  • Netherlands
  • Denmark
  • Norway
  • Sweden
  • France
  • Belgium
  • Iceland
  • Spain
  • Finland
  • Austria
  • Italy
  • Switzerland
  • Northern Ireland
  • Portugal (replacing Russia)

Why has Portugal replaced Russia at Euro 2022?

Although Russia qualified for the Women’s European Championships by defeating Portugal over two matches in a play-off, on May 2nd, 2022, UEFA voided Russia’s participation in the tournament.

This was because FIFA and UEFA suspended Russia from all international competitions, including the Women’s Euro 2022. This followed Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

England Women's Team
England’s “Lionesses” will be hoping to deliver European success at home this summer

What are the groups and fixtures for Euro 2022?

The 2022 Women’s Euros will consist of four groups made up of four teams each.

Group A

  • England
  • Austria
  • Norway
  • Northern Ireland

Wednesday, July 6th
England vs Austria @ Old Trafford – 8pm

Thursday, July 7th
Norway vs Northern Ireland @ St. Mary’s Stadium – 8pm

Monday, July 11th:
Austria vs Northern Ireland @ St. Mary’s Stadium – 5pm
England v Norway @ Brighton and Hove Community Stadium – 8pm

Friday, July 15th:
Northern Ireland v England @ St. Mary’s Stadium – 8pm
Austria vs Norway @ Brighton and Hove Community Stadium – 8pm

Group B

  • Germany
  • Denmark
  • Spain
  • Finland

Friday, July 8th:
Spain vs Finland @ Stadium MK – 5pm
Germany vs Denmark @ Brentford Community Stadium – 8pm

Tuesday, July 12th:
Denmark vs Finland @ Stadium MK – 5pm
Germany vs Spain @ Brentford Community Stadium – 8pm

Saturday, July 16th:
Finland vs Germany @ Stadium MK – 8pm
Denmark vs Spain @ Brentford Community Stadium – 8pm

Group C

  • Netherlands
  • Sweden
  • Portugal
  • Switzerland

Saturday, July 9th:
Portugal vs Switzerland @ Leigh Sports Village – 5pm
Netherlands vs Sweden @ Bramall Lane – 8pm

Wednesday, July 13th:
Sweden vs Switzerland @ Bramall Lane – 5pm
Netherlands vs Portugal @ Leigh Sports Village – 8pm

Sunday, July 17th:
Switzerland vs Netherlands @ Bramall Lane – 5pm
Sweden vs Portugal @ Leigh Sports Village – 5pm

Group D

  • France
  • Italy
  • Belgium
  • Iceland

Sunday, July 10th:
Belgium vs Iceland @ Manchester City Academy Stadium – 5pm
France vs Italy @ New York Stadium – 8pm

Thursday, July 14th:
Italy vs Iceland @ Manchester City Academy Stadium – 5pm
France vs Belgium @ New York Stadium – 8pm

Monday, July 18th:
Iceland vs France @ New York Stadium – 8pm
Italy vs Belgium @ Manchester City Academy Stadium – 8pm

Wembley Stadium - 2022 Euros final stadium
London’s Wembley Stadium will host the Women’s Euros final on July 31st.

What are the Knockout Stage Schedule for Euro 2022?

The first Quarter-Final match will be played on Wednesday, July 20th at the Brighton and Hove Community Stadium.

The Semi-Finals will begin on Tuesday, July 26th with the final scheduled to be played at Wembley Stadium on July 31st.

Quarter-Final Fixtures

Wednesday, July 20th:
Group A Winner vs Group B Runner-Up @ Brighton and Hove Community Stadium – 8pm

Thursday, July 21st:
Group B Winner vs Group A Runner-Up @ Brentford Community Stadium – 8pm

Friday, July 22nd:
Group C Winner vs Group D Runner-Up @ Leigh Sports Village – 8pm

Saturday, July 23rd:
Group D Winner vs Group C Runner-Up @ Leigh Sports Village – 8pm

Semi-Finals

Tuesday, July 26th:
Quarter-Final 1 Winner vs Quarter-Final 3 Winner @ Bramall Lane – 8pm

Wednesday, July 27th:
Quarter-Final 2 Winner vs Quarter-Final 4 Winner @ Stadium MK – 8pm

Final

Sunday, July 31st:
Semi-Final 1 Winner vs Semi-Final 2 Winner @ Wembley Stadium – 5pm

Old Trafford Euros 2022
Manchester United’s Old Trafford stadium will host England’s opening group game at Women’s Euros 2022.

What stadiums are being used for the Women’s Euros?

10 venues throughout England will be hosting games at the Women’s European Championships. This includes London’s Wembley Stadium, Old Trafford in Manchester, and Southampton’s St Mary’s Stadium.

The biggest venue that will be used is Wembley Stadium in London. While Manchester City’s Academy Stadium is the smallest.

  • Wembley Stadium (London) – 90,000 capacity
  • Brentford Community Stadium (London) – 17,250
  • Brighton and Hove Community Stadium (Brighton)
  • Manchester City Academy Stadium (Manchester) – 7,000
  • Old Trafford (Manchester) – 74,879
  • Stadium MK (Milton Keynes) – 30,500
  • New York Stadium (Rotherham) – 12,021
  • Bramall Lane (Sheffield) – 32,702
  • St Mary’s Stadium (Southampton) – 32,505
  • Leigh Sports Village (Leigh) – 12,000
Alexia Putellas European Championships
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Who are the favourites to win the UEFA Women’s European Championships?

With the best international teams in Europe coming together, there are a handful of teams who are considered the favourites for this summer’s Women’s Euros.

Many are tipping Spain to continue their emergence and win their first Women’s European Championship. While the host nation, England, along with France are close behind. Previous winners such as the Netherlands, Germany, Sweden, and Norway are also in the running. Northern Ireland and Finland are the outsiders at odds of 250/1.

  • Spain – 7/2
  • England – 4/1
  • France – 5/1
  • Netherlands – 5/1
  • Germany – 7/1
  • Sweden – 7/1
  • Norway – 14/1
  • Denmark – 28/1

Odds according to Sky Bet on June 12th, 2022.

Tickets for the 2022 Women’s Euros start at just £5!

Where can I buy tickets for the Women’s Euros?

Tickets for this summer’s Women’s Euros tournament are available through UEFA’s website.

Prices range from £5 (for people aged 16 and under) to £50 (for the final).

Women’s European Championships 2022 Ticket Prices

England Group Game Prices:

  • Category 1: £40 (£20 for aged 16 and under)
  • Category 2: £20 (£12.50 for aged 16 and under)
  • Category 3: £15 (£7.50 for aged 16 and under)

Non-England Group Game Prices:

  • Category 1: £10 (£10 for aged 16 and under)
  • Category 2: £15 (£7.50 for aged 16 and under)
  • Category 3: £10 (£5 for aged 16 and under)

Quarter-Finals:

  • Category 1: £30 (£15 for aged 16 and under)
  • Category 2: £20 (£10 for aged 16 and under)
  • Category 3: £10 (£5 for aged 16 and under)

Semi-Finals:

  • Category 1: £40 (£20 for aged 16 and under)
  • Category 2: £25 (£12.50 for aged 16 and under)
  • Category 3: £15 (£7.50 for aged 16 and under)

Final:

  • Category 1: £50 (£25 for aged 16 and under)
  • Category 2: £30 (£15 for aged 16 and under)
  • Category 3: £15 (£7.50 for aged 16 and under)
Alex Scott Euros 2022
Former England international Alex Scott is part of the BBC TV’s broadcasting team for the Women’s European Championships 2022

How can I watch the 2022 Women’s Euros?

In the United Kingdom, the UEFA Women’s European Championships will be shown on BBC. Almost every game will be shown on either BBC One or BBC Two channels. The games that are not shown on terrestrial TV will be shown on the BBC iPlayer streaming platform. These matches will be one of the two final group games that kick off simultaneously.

The TV channels for the knockout stages of the Women’s Euros are yet to be decided. However, all 31 matches will be available to watch on the BBC iPlayer and BBC Sport website.

2022 Women’s Euros TV Schedule and TV listings

Group Games:

Wednesday, July 6th:
England vs Austria on BBC One – 8pm (kick-off)

Thursday, July 7th:
Norway vs Northern Ireland on BBC One – 8pm

Friday, July 8th:
Spain vs Finland on BBC Two – 5pm
Germany vs Denmark on BBC Two – 8pm

Saturday, July 9th:
Portugal vs Switzerland on BBC Two – 5pm
Netherlands vs Sweden on BBC One – 8pm

Sunday, July 10th:
Belgium vs Iceland on BBC Two – 5pm
France vs Italy on BBC Two – 8pm

Monday, July 11th:
Austria vs Northern Ireland on BBC One – 5pm
England v Norway on BBC One – 8pm

Tuesday, July 12th:
Denmark vs Finland on BBC Two – 5pm
Germany vs Spain on BBC Two – 8pm

Wednesday, July 13th:
Sweden vs Switzerland on BBC Two – 5pm
Netherlands vs Portugal on BBC Two – 8pm

Thursday, July 14th:
Italy vs Iceland on BBC Two – 5pm
France vs Belgium on BBC One – 8pm

Friday, July 15th:
Northern Ireland v England on BBC One – 8pm
Austria vs Norway on BBC Three and BBC iPlayer – 8pm

Saturday, July 16th:
Finland vs Germany on BBC Two – 8pm
Denmark vs Spain on BBC iPlayer – 8pm

Sunday, July 17th:
Switzerland vs Netherlands on BBC Two – 5pm
Sweden vs Portugal on BBC iPlayer – 5pm

Monday, July 18th:
Iceland vs France on BBC Two – 8pm
Italy vs Belgium on BBC iPlayer – 8pm

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