match dates, kick-off times and TV channel schedule


Group A: England, Austria, Norway, Northern Ireland

Group B: Germany, Denmark, Spain, Finland

Group C: Holland, Sweden, Portugal, Switzerland

Group D: France, Italy, Belgium, Iceland

Complete devices

All kick off times are BST

Wednesday July 6

Thursday July 7

  • Group A: Norway 4 Northern Ireland 1

Friday July 8

Saturday July 9

Sunday July 10

  • Group D: Belgium 1 Iceland 1
  • Group D: France 5 Italy 1

Monday July 11

tuesday july 12

Wednesday July 13

Thursday July 14

friday july 15

Saturday July 16

Sunday July 17

  • Group C: Switzerland vs Holland, 5pm, Bramall Lane, BBC Two
  • Group C: Sweden vs Portugal, 5pm, Leigh Sports Village, BBC iPlayer

Monday July 18

  • Group D: Iceland vs France, 8 p.m., New York Stadium, BBC Two
  • Group D: Italy vs Belgium, 8pm, Manchester City Academy Stadium, BBC Four

Wednesday July 20

  • Quarter-final 1: England v Spain, 8pm, Brighton and Hove Community Stadium

Thursday July 21

  • Quarter-final 2: Germany vs Austria, 8 p.m., Brentford Community Stadium

friday july 22

  • Quarter-final 3: Group C Winners vs Group D Finalists, 8pm, Leigh Sports Village

Saturday July 23

  • Quarter-final 4: Group D winners vs. Group C runners-up, 8 p.m., New York Stadium

tuesday july 26

  • Semi-final 1: Quarter-final winners 1 vs Quarter-final winners 3, 8 p.m., Bramall Lane

Wednesday July 27

  • Semi-final 2: Quarter-final winners 2 vs. Quarter-final winners 4, 8 p.m., Stadium MK

Sunday July 31

  • Final: Winners semi-final 1 vs Winners semi-final 2, 5pm, Wembley

When does Euro 2022 start?

The tournament kicked off on Wednesday July 6, when England beat Austria 1-0 at Old Trafford in front of a record crowd.

How can I watch?

The BBC is the venue for the Women’s Euro, with all England and Northern Ireland matches live on BBC One. All 31 matches will be on the BBC iPlayer and BBC Sport website.

Who are the defending champions?

Holland won the last tournament in 2017 and will be among the favorites next summer, along with hosts Germany, France, Spain, Sweden and England. Moreover, Denmark were second five years ago and have a strong pedigree in women’s football, while Norway have made six finals, winning the competition twice, and Italy are improving.

Who has the best record in the tournament?

Germany have been by far the most dominant team historically and have won a record eight European titles (out of a possible 12). England reached the semi-finals in 2017 and were beaten in 2009 and 1984.

What are the latest news ?

Alessia Russo scored twice as England maintained their clean start to Euro 2022 with a 5-0 win over Northern Ireland at St Mary’s.

The Lionesses have now scored 14 unanswered times in their three Group A matches to finish top and will face Group B runners-up Spain or Denmark in the quarter-finals.

Northern Ireland started defensively looking to contain already-qualified England and managed to hold them off until the 40th minute when Fran Kirby’s curling strike opened the way.

Beth Mead quickly doubled the hosts’ advantage with her fourth goal of the tournament just before half-time before an impressive England cleared further after the break in front of 30,785 fans at Southampton.

Russo, after replacing Ellen White at half-time, stepped into the role of impact substitute, finding the net twice in a row shortly after the restart.

England’s fifth and final goal came in unfortunate fashion for Northern Ireland, with Kelsie Burrows clipping the ball over goalkeeper Jacqueline Burns and into her own net.

What are the best odds?

  • Spain 3/1
  • England 9/2
  • France 5/1
  • Holland 5/1
  • Sweden 6/1
  • Germany 7/1
  • Norway 14/1
  • Denmark 28/1
  • Italy 28/1
  • Switzerland 50/1
  • Austria 66/1
  • Belgium 100/1
  • Portugal 100/1
  • Iceland 100/1
  • Finland 250/1
  • Northern Ireland 250/1

What locations will be used?

Brighton’s Community Stadium, St Mary’s, Stadium MK, Brentford Community Stadium, Bramall Lane, Leigh Sports Village, New York Stadium, Manchester Academy Stadium, Old Trafford and Wembley.

In total, there are 10 stadiums spread across nine host cities.

The towns are set to be ‘transformed’, in part thanks to Arts Council England awarding £800,000 to run an arts and culture program alongside the tournament, funded through the National Lottery.

Tournament organizers have been criticized for their choice of venues, with Man City’s Academy Stadium only able to hold 7,000 fans at full capacity.

Where will the final be played?

Wembley Stadium on July 31.

This article is regularly updated with the latest information.

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