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Euro 2022: Groups, fixtures, tickets & guide to Women's European Championship

06:00 BST 01/08/2022
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Europe's best players collided in summer 2022 for the right to be crowned continental champions

The 13th edition of the Women's European Championship - Euro 2022 - kicked off on July 6 after the competition was rescheduled due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

England were crowned champions on home soil, defeating Germany in the final and beating defending champions Netherlands on their way to glory.

GOAL brings you everything you need to know, including where the tournament is being held, teams that have qualified, how to watch on TV and more.

Who are the Women's Euro 2022 hosts?

England hosted Euro 2022 having made an unchallenged bid for the rights. UEFA confirmed that England would host the tournament at a 2018 Executive Committee meeting in Dublin.

It was England's fourth time hosting the tournament and the second time as outright hosts. The country previously served as co-hosts in 1984 and 1995 (as one of multiple host nations) and hosted itself in 2005.

Which stadiums are being used for Women's Euro 2022?

A total of 10 stadiums were used at Euro 2022, including Old Trafford, Bramall Lane and St Mary's Stadium. As is customary for showpiece football events in England, Wembley played host to the final.

You can see the full list of Euro 2022 stadiums below.

Stadium

Capacity

City / Town

Wembley

90,000

London

Old Trafford

74,879

Manchester

Bramall Lane

32,702

Sheffield

St Mary's Stadium

32,505

Southampton

Amex Stadium

30,750

Brighton

Stadium MK

30,500

Milton Keynes

Brentford Community Stadium

17,250

London

New York Stadium

12,021

Rotherham

Leigh Sports Village

12,000

Leigh

Manchester City Academy Stadium

7,000

Manchester

Which teams qualified for Women's Euro 2022?

Hosts England qualified automatically for the tournament and they were joined by the nine qualifying group winners and the three best runners-up.

The qualified teams can be seen below.

  • England (hosts)
  • Netherlands (Group A winners)
  • Denmark (Group B winners)
  • Norway (Group C winners)
  • Spain (Group D winners)
  • Finland (Group E winners)
  • Sweden (Group F winners)
  • France (Group G winners)
  • Belgium (Group H winners)
  • Germany (Group I winners)
  • Italy (Group B runners-up)
  • Iceland (Group F runners-up)
  • Austria (Group G runners-up)
  • Switzerland (play-off winner)
  • Northern Ireland (play-off winner)
  • Portugal (replaced suspended Russia)

Women's Euro 2022 squads

UEFA's deadline for each nation to submit its 23-women squad was June 26.

After that, teams are allowed to make an unlimited number of changes before their opening games, in the event of serious injury or illness - which includes Covid-19 or a player being a close contact.

For the squad of every single nation competing at the Women's Euro, with details of key players, notable absentees and more, click here.

Women's Euro 2022 group tables, fixtures & results

Group tables and results will appear below.

Group A table

Pos

Team

MP

W

D

L

GD

Pts

1

England

3

3

0

0

14

9

2

Austria

3

2

0

1

2

6

3

Norway

3

1

0

2

-6

3

4

Northern Ireland

3

0

0

3

-10

0

Group A fixtures

Date

Game

Time (UK)

July 6

England 1-0 Austria

8pm

July 7

Norway 4-1 Northern Ireland

8pm

July 11

Austria 2-0 Northern Ireland

5pm

July 11

England 8-0 Norway

8pm

July 15

England 5-0 Northern Ireland

8pm

July 15

Austria 1-0 Norway

8pm

Group B table

Pos

Team

MP

W

D

L

GD

Pts

1

Germany

3

3

0

0

9

9

2

Spain

3

2

0

1

2

6

3

Denmark

3

1

0

2

-4

3

4

Finland

3

0

0

3

-7

0

Group B fixtures

Date

Game

Time (UK)

July 8

Spain 4-1 Finland

5pm

July 8

Germany 4-0 Denmark

8pm

July 12

Denmark 1-0 Finland

5pm

July 12

Germany 2-0 Spain

8pm

July 16

Germany 3-0 Finland

8pm

July 16

Spain 1-0 Denmark

8pm

Group C table

Pos

Team

MP

W

D

L

GD

Pts

1

Sweden

3

2

1

0

6

7

2

Netherlands

3

2

1

0

4

7

3

Portugal

3

0

1

2

-4

1

4

Switzerland

3

0

1

2

-6

1

Group C fixtures

Date

Game

Time (UK)

July 9

Portugal 2-2 Switzerland

5pm

July 9

Netherlands 1-1 Sweden

8pm

July 13

Sweden 2-1 Switzerland

5pm

July 13

Netherlands 3-2 Portugal

8pm

July 17

Netherlands 4-1 Switzerland

5pm

July 17

Sweden 5-0 Portugal

5pm

Group D table

Pos

Team

MP

W

D

L

GD

Pts

1

France

3

3

0

0

6

9

2

Belgium

3

1

1

1

0

4

3

Iceland

3

0

2

1

-1

2

4

Italy

3

0

1

2

-5

1

Group D fixtures

Date

Game

Time (UK)

July 10

Belgium 1-1 Iceland

5pm

July 10

France 5-1 Italy

8pm

July 14

Italy 1-1 Iceland

5pm

July 14

France 2-1 Belgium

8pm

July 18

France 1-0 Iceland

8pm

July 18

Belgium 1-0 Italy

8pm

Women's Euro 2022 quarter-final fixtures & results

Date

Game

Time (UK)

July 20

England 2-1 Spain (AET)

8pm

July 21

Germany 2-0 Austria

8pm

July 22

Sweden 1-0 Belgium

8pm

July 23

France 1-0 Netherlands

8pm

Women's Euro 2022 semi-final fixtures & results

Date

Game

Time (UK)

July 26

England 4-0 Sweden

8pm

July 27

Germany 2-1 France

8pm

Women's Euro 2022 final

Date

Game

Time (UK)

July 31

England 2-1 Germany (AET)

5pm

Which TV channels & online streaming services are showing Women's Euro 2022?

BBC had the rights to broadcast Euro 2022 in the United Kingdom (UK). That means every single game was be available to watch across its television channels as well as online, using the BBC iPlayer and website.

In the United States (U.S.), Univision and TUDN had rights to Euro 2022.

Games were broadcast on Optus in Australia.

How can I buy Women's Euro 2022 tickets?

Tickets for Euro 2022 could be purchased through UEFA's official ticketing portal. Fans were able get priority access to tickets if they created a UEFA Euro ticketing account before July 2021.

Some fixtures sold out early, including the final at Wembley and all of England's group stage games.

For England games, prices for group stage tickets ranged from £15 to £40, while tickets for all other games started from £10, with category one tickets costing £20.

Knockout fixtures were priced slightly higher, with category one tickets at £30 for the quarter-finals, £40 for the semi-finals and £50 for the final.

It is worth noting that UEFA strongly advises fans against purchasing tickets via third-party websites.

Further reading