Euro 2022: Groups, fixtures and guide to Women’s European Championship

The best athletes in Europe will compete next summer for the title of continental champions.

The 13th Women’s European Championship, also known as Euro 2022, will begin on July 6 after being postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

The Netherlands are the defending champions, and they will have to overcome stiff competition from the best teams in Europe to keep their title.

KemiFilani provides you with all the information you require, including the venue of the competition, the teams that have qualified, how to watch on TV, and more.

Which stadiums are being used for Women’s Euro 2022?

At Euro 2022, a total of 10 stadiums, including Old Trafford, Bramall Lane, and St. Mary’s Stadium, will be used. The final will be held at Wembley, as is customary for England’s marquee football competitions.

You can see the full list of Euro 2022 stadiums below.

StadiumCapacityCity / Town
Old Trafford74,879Manchester
Bramall Lane32,702Sheffield
St Mary’s Stadium32,505Southampton
Amex Stadium30,750Brighton
Stadium MK30,500Milton Keynes
Brentford Community Stadium17,250London
New York Stadium12,021Rotherham
Leigh Sports Village12,000Leigh
Manchester City Academy Stadium7,000Manchester

Which teams qualified for Women’s Euro 2022?

The nine qualifying group winners and the three best runner-up joined hosts England in qualifying automatically for the competition.

The qualified teams can be seen below.

  • England (hosts)
  • Netherlands (Group A winners)
  • Denmark (Group B winners)
  • Norway (Group C winners)
  • Spain (Group D winners)
  • Finland (Group E winners)
  • Sweden (Group F winners)
  • France (Group G winners)
  • Belgium (Group H winners)
  • Germany (Group I winners)
  • Italy (Group B runners-up)
  • Iceland (Group F runners-up)
  • Austria (Group G runners-up)
  • Switzerland (play-off winner)
  • Northern Ireland (play-off winner)
  • Portugal (replaced suspended Russia)

Women’s Euro 2022 group tables, fixtures & results

Group tables and results will appear below.

Group A table

4Northern Ireland1001-30

Group A fixtures

DateGameTime (UK)
July 6England 1-0 Austria8pm
July 7Norway 4-1 Northern Ireland8pm
July 11Austria vs Northern Ireland5pm
July 11England vs Norway8pm
July 15Northern Ireland vs England8pm
July 15Austria vs Norway8pm

Group B table


Group B fixtures

DateGameTime (UK)
July 8Spain 4-1 Finland5pm
July 8Germany 4-0 Denmark8pm
July 12Denmark vs Finland5pm
July 12Germany vs Spain8pm
July 16Finland vs Germany8pm
July 16Denmark vs Spain8pm

Group C table


Group C fixtures

DateGameTime (UK)
July 9Portugal 2-2 Switzerland5pm
July 9Netherlands 1-1 Sweden8pm
July 13Sweden vs Switzerland5pm
July 13Netherlands vs Portugal8pm
July 17Switzerland vs Netherlands5pm
July 17Sweden vs Portugal5pm

Group D table


Group D fixtures

DateGameTime (UK)
July 10Belgium 1-1 Iceland5pm
July 10France 5-1 Italy8pm
July 14Italy vs Iceland5pm
July 14France vs Belgium8pm
July 18Iceland vs France8pm
July 18Italy vs Belgium8pm
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