Compare tickets for the 2022 Women’s Euro, which will take place in England. The 2022 European Women’s Football Championship will be the thirteenth edition of this competition which brings together the best European nations in women’s football. Originally scheduled for 2021, the Women’s Football Euro has finally been postponed to 2022 due to the global health crisis. The tournament will therefore take place from July 6 to July 31, 2022.
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Check out the list of European Women’s Football Championship fixtures now and start comparing ticket prices for the 2022 Women’s Euro of football in England.
2022 Women's Euro Cup Quarterfinals
Wednesday 20 July
Brighton, Amex Stadium
Thursday 21 July
Brentford, Griffin Park
Friday 22 July
Leigh, Leigh Sports Village
Saturday 23 July
Rotherham, Millmoor Ground
2022 Women's Euro Cup Semi-finals
Tuesday 26 July
Sheffield, Bramall Lane
Wednesday 27 July
Milton Keynes, Stadium MK
2022 Women's Euro Cup Final
Sunday 31 July
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The stadiums and host cities of the 2022 Women's Euro Cup in England
The 2023 Women's European championship will take place in ten stadiums, spread in 9 english cities.
- Wembley, London
- Bramall Lane, Sheffield
- St. Mary's stadium, Southampton
- Falmer Stadium, Brighton
- Stadium MK, Milton Keynes
- Griffin Park, Brentford
- New York Stadium, Rotherham
- Leigh Sorts Village, Leigh
- Old Trafford, Manchester
- Academy stadium, Manchester
If you are in England in July 2022, this is an opportunity to watch the best of European women's football teams play the beautiful game. Buy your tickets online now for a 2022 Women's Euro Cup match in England.
Women's Football Euro Cup winners
The German national Women's team is by far the most successful with a total of 8 titles over the first 12 editions of the Women's Euro. Follow very far behind Norway (2 titles), and finally Sweden and the Netherlands (current title holder) with a European championship to their credit.
- Germany : 8 Euro cups (1989, 1991, 1995, 1997, 2001, 2005, 2009 and 2013)
- Norway : 2 Euro cups (1987 and 1993)
- Netherlands : 1 Euro cup (2017)
- Sweden : 1 Euro cup (1984)