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Women’s European Championship 2022 in England: Groups and schedule at a glance

In response to the fact that the men's European Championship planned for summer 2020 was postponed to 2021, Uefa postponed the women's tournament to summer 2022.

Women’s European Championship 2022 in England: Groups and schedule at a glance
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The European Championship will occur in ten stadiums from July 6th to 31st. Germany goes into this competition as a record winner with eight titles; the defending champion comes from the Netherlands.

Women’s European Championship 2022 in England: Many games at the best time of the evening 16 nations have qualified for the 2022 Women’s Championship finals in England. There is no other significant national tournament parallel to this competition, which was precisely what was intended by the relocation. The draw for the group stage has already taken place; four teams will compete in each group, two of which will qualify for the quarter-finals.

The tournament will open on July 6, 2022, with the hosts playing the Austrian selection. Manchester’s Old Trafford is the largest football club stadium in England. A day later, on July 7, Norway and Northern Ireland complete the first matchday in Group A, after which there will be two games a day in the group stage, with the first game always kicking off at 6 p.m. and the second game starting at 9 p.m. Only on the last day of the match must the games from one group occur in parallel.

The KO round starts on July 20th, with only one game per day. Accordingly, the quarter-finals will be played over four days; the games begin at 9 p.m. The semifinals are scheduled for July 26th and 27th at 9 p.m. There is no game for third place, but the final on July 31, which will also kick off at 9 p.m. Venue, is Wembley Stadium in London .

Germany with room for improvement, but not without a chance

Hosts England faces Austria, Norway, and Northern Ireland in Group A and has prepared for the tournament with some good results in friendly matches. The German selection plays against Denmark, Spain, and Finland in group B. The DFB-Elf is one of the extended candidates for the title but recently had a lot of room for improvement.

A replacement team is currently being sought in Group C because Russia has been excluded from the tournament. The strong Netherlands, who won the last title at a women’s European Championship, will undoubtedly play against Sweden and Switzerland. Group D rounded off the group stage with Italy, Iceland, Belgium, and France.

The schedule for the Women’s European Championship 2022 at a glance

Group matchday 1:

  • July 06, 2022, 9 p.m., Old Trafford, Manchester: England vs. Austria
  • 07 July 2022, 9 pm, St Marys Stadium, Southampton: Norway vs. Northern Ireland
  • 08 July 2022, 6 pm, Stadium MK, Milton Keynes: Spain vs. Finland
  • 08 July 2022, 9 pm, Brentford Community Stadium, London: Germany vs. Denmark
  • July 09, 2022, 6 p.m., Leigh Sports Village, Wigan&Leigh: Russia* vs. Switzerland
  • 09 July 2022, 9 pm, Bramall Lane, Sheffield: Netherlands vs. Sweden
  • 10 July 2022, 6 pm, Manchester City Academy Stadium, Manchester: Belgium vs. Iceland
  • July 10, 2022, 9 p.m., New York Stadium, Rotherham: France vs. Italy

Group matchday 2:

  • 11 July 2022, 6 pm, St Marys Stadium, Southampton: Austria vs. Northern Ireland
  • 11 July 2022, 9 pm, Brighton & Hove Community Stadium, Brighton: England vs. Norway
  • 12 July 2022, 6 pm, Stadium MK, Milton Keynes: Denmark vs. Finland
  • 12 July 2022, 9 pm, Brentford Community Stadium, London: Germany vs. Spain
  • 13 July 2022, 6 pm, Bramall Lane, Sheffield: Sweden vs. Switzerland
  • 13 July 2022, 9 pm, Leigh Sports Village, Wigan&Leigh: Netherlands vs. Russia*
  • 14 July 2022, 6 pm, Manchester City Academy Stadium, Manchester: Italy vs. Iceland
  • July 14, 2022, 9 p.m., New York Stadium, Rotherham: France vs. Belgium

Group matchday 3:

  • 15 July 2022, 9 pm, St Marys Stadium, Southampton: Northern Ireland vs. England
  • 15 July 2022, 9 pm, Brighton & Hove Community Stadium, Brighton: Austria vs. Norway
  • 16 July 2022, 9 pm, Stadium MK, Milton Keynes: Finland vs. Germany
  • 16 July 2022, 9 pm, Brentford Community Stadium, London: Denmark vs. Spain
  • 17 July 2022, 6 pm, Bramall Lane, Sheffield: Switzerland vs Netherlands
  • 17 July 2022, 6 pm, Leigh Sports Village, Wigan&Leigh: Sweden vs. Russia*
  • July 18, 2022, 9 p.m., New York Stadium, Rotherham: Iceland vs. France
  • 18 July 2022, 9 pm, Manchester City Academy Stadium, Manchester: Italy vs. Belgium

Quarterfinals:

  • 20 July 2022, 9 pm, Brighton&Hove Community Stadium, Brighton: Winner A vs. Runner-up B
  • 21 July 2022, 9 pm, Brentford Community Stadium, London: Winner B vs. Runner-up A
  • 22 July 2022, 9 pm, Leigh Sports Village, Wigan&Leigh: Winner C vs. Runner-up D
  • July 23, 2022, 9 p.m., New York Stadium, Rotherham: Winner D vs. Runner-up C

Semifinals:

  • 26 July 2022, 9 pm, Bramall Lane, Sheffield: Winner VF 1 vs. Winner VF 3
  • 27 July 2022, 9 pm, Stadium MK, Milton Keynes: Winner VF 2 vs. Winner VF 4

Endgame:

  • 31 July 2022, 6 pm, Wembley Stadium, London: Winner HF 1 vs. Winner HF 2

Sources used:

uefa.com – tournament site

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