When is the Women’s Euros? Fixtures, groups, schedule & venues as England host 2022 tournament

Can the Lionesses bring it home?


A year latter than planned, the 13th edition of the UEFA European Women’s Championship is set to take place in England.

A coronavirus-related backlog pushed the tournament back 12 months but the good news is that it’s set to be the highlight of the footballing summer. England’s Lionesses were eliminated in the semi-finals five years ago and will fancy their chances of going all the way in front of a home crowd this summer.


The tournament kicks off at Old Trafford on Wednesday, July 6 with England v Austria before concluding with the final at a sold out Wembley on the final day of the month.

You’ll find all the key details about the Women’s Euro 2022 including the groups, fixtures, schedule and venues below. You can run the rule over Paddy Power’s latest odds for the competition on paddypower.com or via our snazzy widgets in this article.

Women’s Euro 2022 Groups

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

Women’s Euro 2022 Fixtures and Schedule

Group Stage

Wednesday July 6
Group A: England v Austria (20:00, Old Trafford)

Thursday July 7
Group A: Norway v Northern Ireland (20:00, Southampton)

Friday July 8
Group B: Spain v Finland (17:00, Milton Keynes)
Group B: Germany v Denmark (20:00, Brentford)

Saturday July 9
Group C: Portugal v Switzerland (17:00, Wigan & Leigh)
Group C: Netherlands v Sweden (20:00, Sheffield)

Sunday July 10
Group D: Belgium v Iceland (17:00, Manchester)
Group D: France v Italy (20:00, Rotherham)

Monday July 11
Group A: Austria v Northern Ireland (17:00, Southampton)
Group A: England v Norway (20:00, Brighton)

Tuesday July 12
Group B: Denmark v Finland (17:00, Milton Keynes)
Group B: Germany v Spain (20:00, Brentford)

Wednesday July 13
Group C: Sweden v Switzerland (17:00, Sheffield)
Group C: Netherlands v Portugal (20:00, Wigan & Leigh)

Thursday July 14
Group D: Italy v Iceland (17:00, Manchester)
Group D: France v Belgium (20:00, Rotherham)

Friday July 15
Group A: Northern Ireland v England (20:00, Southampton)
Group A: Austria v Norway (20:00, Brighton)

Saturday July 16
Group B: Finland v Germany (20:00, Milton Keynes)
Group B: Denmark v Spain (20:00, Brentford)

Sunday July 17
Group C: Switzerland v Netherlands (17:00, Sheffield)
Group C: Sweden v Portugal (17:00, Wigan & Leigh)

Monday July 18
Group D: Iceland v France (20:00, Rotherham)
Group D: Italy v Belgium (20:00, Manchester)


Wednesday July 20
QF1: Winners Group A v Runners-up Group B (20:00, Brighton)

Thursday July 21
QF2: Winners Group B v Runners-up Group A (20:00, Brentford)

Friday July 22
QF3: Winners Group C v Runners-up Group D (20:00, Wigan & Leigh)

Saturday July 23
QF4: Winners Group D v Runners-up Group C (20:00, Rotherham)


Tuesday July 26
SF1: Winners QF1 v Winners QF3 (20:00, Sheffield)

Wednesday July 27
SF2: Winners QF2 v Winners QF4 (20:00, Milton Keynes)


Sunday July 31
Winners SF1 v Winners SF2 (17:00, Wembley)

Women’s Euro 2022 Venues

A total of 10 stadiums across eight different cities in England will host fixtures at the Women’s Euro 2022.

Bramall Lane

City: Sheffield
Capacity: 32,702

Brentford Community Stadium

City: London
Capacity: 17,250

Brighton & Hove Community Stadium

City: Brighton
Capacity: 31,800

Leigh Sports Village

City: Wigan & Leigh
Capacity: 12,000

Manchester City Academy Stadium

City: Manchester
Capacity: 7,000

New York Stadium

City: Rotherham
Capacity: 12,021

Old Trafford

City: Manchester
Capacity: 74,879

Stadium MK

City: Milton Keynes
Capacity: 30,500

St Mary’s Stadium

City: Southampton
Capacity: 32,505


City: London
Capacity: 90,000

Women’s Euro 2022 Favourites

Spain are Paddy’s current favourites to win Women’s Euro 2022, despite England hosting the tournament. Their squad is made up of numerous Barcelona stars including Alexia Putellas, Jennifer Hermoso and Aitana Bonmati. Barcelona Women won all 30 of their league games last season and went on to reach the Champions League final.

England are next in our betting for this summer’s tournament and Sarina Wiegman’s side will be confident of shining. Wiegman won the Women’s Euros in 2017 while in charge of Netherlands so she knows what’s needed to go all the way. Is it coming home?

Netherlands are the reigning champions after their 2017 triumph and their hopes are firmly pinned on Arsenal’s Vivianne Miedema. She is the all-time top scorer for her country and averages a goal in every start for the Gunners.

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