Women’s Euros: Stadiums and fixtures being held at every venue in 2022 tournament

Wembley, Old Trafford and the Amex will all host matches


The countdown to the UEFA Women’s Euros is well and truly on with tickets selling rapidly for the 2022 tournament, hosted by England. The demand for tickets is a sign of the women’s game’s growing popularity, with some of the venues for this year’s competition set to be the biggest in the tournament’s history.


A selection of 10 stadiums from up and down the country are set to host matches, with Old Trafford being the setting for the opening fixture and the final being played at the iconic Home of Football, Wembley.

Here, we take a closer look at the grounds that’ll stage the action. Some big, some small but all will no doubt produce a carnival atmosphere once the tournament gets under away. Let’s get into it…

2022 UEFA Women’s Euros
6th July – 31st July
TV: BBC One/BBC Two/BBC iPlayer

Old Trafford, Manchester

Capacity: 74,140

Fixtures: Group A – England v Austria

St Mary’s Stadium, Southampton

Capacity: 32,384

Fixtures: Group A – Norway v Northern Ireland, Austria v Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland v England

Amex Stadium, Brighton & Hove

Capacity: 31,800

Fixtures: Group A – England v Norway, Austria v Norway 

Knockout Phase – Quarter-final 1

Stadium MK, Milton Keynes

Capacity: 30,500

Fixtures: Group B – Spain v Finland, Denmark v Finland, Finland v Germany 

Knockout Phase – Semi-final 2

Brentford Community Stadium, London

Capacity: 17,250

Fixtures: Group B – Germany v Denmark, Germany v Spain, Denmark v Spain 

Knockout Phase – Quarter-final 2

Bramall Lane, Sheffield

Capacity: 32,050

Fixtures: Group C – Netherlands v Sweden, Sweden v Switzerlands, Switzerland v Netherlands

Knockout Phase – Semi-final 1

Leigh Sports Village, Wigan & Leigh

Capacity: 12,000

Fixtures: Group C – Portugal v Switzerland, Netherlands v Portugal, Sweden v Portugal 

Knockout Phase – Quarter-final 3

New York Stadium, Rotherham

Capacity: 12,021

Fixtures: Group D – France v Italy, France v Belgium, Iceland v France

Knockout Phase – Quarter-final 4

Manchester City Academy Stadium, Manchester

Capacity: 7,000

Fixtures: Group D – Belgium v Iceland, Italy v Iceland, Italy v Belgium 

Wembley Stadium, London

Capacity: 90,000

Fixtures: The Final 

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