July 26, 2022 – The 2022 UEFA European Women’s Football Championship, referred to as UEFA Women’s Euro 2022, is the international soccer championship organised by UEFA for the women’s national teams of Europe. The tournament is hosted by England and was originally scheduled to take place from 7 July to 1 August, 2021. However, following the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent postponements of the 2020 Summer Olympics and EUFA Euro 2020 to summer 2021, the tournament was rescheduled for 6 to 31 July, 2022.
England are the hosting team, the Netherlands are the defending champions, and Northern Ireland is participating in a EUFA Women’s Euro competition for the first time. The Netherlands, who were the defending champions, lost in the quarter-finals to France.
The video assistant referee (VAR), as well as goal-line technology, will be used in the final tournament.
The final will take place at Wembley Stadium in London. The winners will compete in the first edition of the EUFA-CONMEBOL Women’s Finalissima against the winners of the 2022 Copa America Femenina.
Here is the game between Germany and Austria held on July 21 during the quarterfinals:
The quarter finals consist of:
According to a website, the game between Germany and France will be held at 12 noon PST.
Sunday 31 July
England/Sweden vs Germany/France (17:00, Wembley)
Years ago, back in 2014, the Women Team came to Vancouver, practiced at UBC and then played against the Canadian Team at the BC Place Stadium.
Canada was gearing up to host FIFA Women’s World Cup Soccer in 2015 and leading up to the tournament the Canada Women’s National Team wanted to engage in several international matches on home soil. One of the games was Canada vs Germany in Vancouver on Wednesday, June 18, 2014 at BC Place. The Germans in Vancouver, including members of the German Canadian Business Association, the Surrey German School and Westside German School, the German Language Meetup Group, the friends of the German Consul General and other German soccer fans gathered at the stadium to support their favourite team.
Westcoast German News was also there, able to meet the coaches and managers of both the teams.
Back to 2022
Each national team have to submit a squad of 23 players, three of whom must be goalkeepers. If a player is injured or ill severely enough to prevent her participation in the tournament before her team’s first match, she can be replaced by another player.
UEFA Women’s EURO app
Make sure you download the official UEFA Women’s EURO app and set up your 📲 Event Companion. Simply log in with your ticket account to catch all the latest stadium, travel and Fan Festival info. You’ll have access to an interactive map as well as a live feed of important updates.
Fan Party – Trafalgar Square
Celebrate the final week of UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 with a Fan Party at London’s iconic Trafalgar Square. Over nine days, Trafalgar Square will welcome fans and friends of all ages, from home and abroad, to be a part of the biggest ever European women’s sporting event.
🗓️ Daily, 23–31 July
🕐 11:00 – 18:00
📍 Trafalgar Square, London
💡 Free to enter – no ticket required! You can come along as many times as you like, although you may have to queue if we get to full capacity.
🏳️ The Fan Party is a neutral site, so expect to meet fans and supporters of all teams
Fan Party – Wembley Stadium
Only fans with match tickets for the UEFA Women’s EURO Final at Wembley will be allowed entry.
🗓️ Sunday, 31 July
🕐 11:00 – 16:00
📍 Arena Square, Wembley
💡 Free entry, but you will need to show your match ticket to enter
🥤 Drinks and food of various cuisines, so come hungry!
Who will be in the UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 final?
Hosts England will be there after sweeping aside Sweden in Tuesday’s semi-final at Bramall Lane. The other involving Germany and France is the following evening at Stadium MK in Milton Keynes.
Where to watch the Women’s Euros in USA & Canada
CANADA: The Women’s Euros are streamed exclusively by UEFA.tv in Canada
ESPN is carrying 21 games on ESPN2, and two on ESPN, including the final. TUDN is televising 18 matches with the rest showing up on streaming platform ViX.
Watch the Germany/France game here tomorrow: https://www.uefa.tv/competition/WEURO2022