Check out all of the women’s Euro 2022 stadiums and venues, with the final taking place on July 31 at Wembley. The women’s European Championship 2022 is quickly approaching its conclusion. Only four teams remain England, Sweden, Germany, and France. Here are the things you need to know about each host venue’s location and capacity and semi-finals as we approach them. The UEFA Women’s Euro 2022 is down to the final four teams. Here’s a complete list of 10 women’s euro 2022 stadiums.
All UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 stadiums: Each host venue’s location and capacity
1. Wembley Stadium- UEFA Women’s Euro 2022 Final Will Be Held At Largest Stadium in London
- Seating Capacity: 90,000
- Home Team: England national team
The final of the UEFA Women’s Euro 2022 vent will be held in this stadium at the home of English football, but it will be the only match played there during the 2022 competition. The men’s Community Shield match between Manchester City and Liverpool on the same weekend has been moved to Leicester’s King Power Stadium due to the July 31 staging.
2. Old Trafford- Manchester
- Seating Capacity: 74,879
- Home Team/Club: Manchester United
The famous home of Premier League club Manchester United was used just once during the tournament for the opening match between England and Austria on July 6. The iconic stadium has an illustrious past given that it’s previously hosted an FA Cup final and a Champions League final as well as some 1966 World Cup matches, Euro 96 matches, and the 2012 Olympics.
3. Bramall Lane- Sheffield
- Seating Capacity: 32,702
- Home Team/Club: Sheffield United
Three Group C matches, as well as England’s semifinal against Sweden, were played at Bramall Lane in Sheffield. Along with the Oval in London, it is one of the only two stadiums in the world to host an English international football match, an FA Cup Final, and an England cricket Test match.
4. St Mary’s Stadium- Southampton
- Seating Capacity: 32,505
- Home Team/Club: Southampton FC
Southampton’s St Mary’s Stadium also hosted three group games during the Women’s EURO 2022. On July 15, England will face Northern Ireland at this venue. Southampton FC is named after a local church whose members founded the stadium.
5. Brighton & Hove Community Stadium- Brighton
- Seating Capacity: 31,800
- Home Team: Brighton & Hove Albion
The Falmer Stadium, also known as the Amex for sponsorship purposes, is a football stadium in the village of Falmer, in the City of Brighton and Hove, East Sussex, that serves as the home of Premier League club Brighton & Hove Albion. The Brighton & Hove Community Stadium, which opened in May 2011, is one of the newest venues to host this tournament and will become synonymous with the Lionesses. England thrashed Norway 8-0 in Brighton before returning to the stadium for a thrilling quarterfinal win over Spain. The stadium was built specifically to host events for other sports and was previously used during the 2015 Rugby World Cup.
6. Stadium MK- Milton Keynes
- Seating Capacity: 30,500
- Home Team/Club: Milton Keynes Dons
Stadium MK is a football stadium in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, England, in the Denbigh district of Bletchley. It was designed by Populous and opened in 2007 as the home ground of EFL League One side Milton Keynes Dons and FA Women’s National League South side Milton Keynes Women. The stadium has two tiers and a capacity of 30,500 and can be increased to 45,000 with the addition of a third tier, hence the high roof. The design will meet UEFA’s Elite Stadium requirements and will feature a Desso GrassMaster playing surface.
Stadium MK, the third largest stadium in England’s League One this season, hosted three group-stage matches and will also host the second semifinal after Bramall Lane. Stadium MK, like the Brighton & Hove Community Stadium, was used during the 2015 Rugby World Cup and has hosted multiple large concerts in recent years, including Rod Stewart, Take That, and Olly Murs.
7. Brentford Community Stadium- London
- Seating Capacity: 17,250
- Home Team/Club: Brentford FC and London Irish
Brentford Community Stadium is the home stadium of both Premier League club Brentford and Premiership Rugby club London Irish. It is located in Brentford, West London. The stadium seats 17,250 people and can accommodate both association football and rugby union matches. The Brentford Community Stadium, which hosted three Group C matches, is the second venue in London to be used for the upcoming tournament. This is the list’s newest stadium, which opened in mid-2020 and is home to Premier League club Brentford and Rugby Union side London Irish.
8. New York Stadium- Rotherham
- Seating Capacity: 12,201
- Home Team/Club: Rotherham United
Rotherham’s New York Stadium is a football stadium in South Yorkshire, England. It is Rotherham United’s home ground, having opened in July 2012. Its name was inspired by the company that had previously occupied the site for over a century and was famous for producing red fire hydrants for New York City. The stadium in South Yorkshire previously hosted an England women’s match in 2016 as well as the Men’s Euro Under-17 final in 2018. It hosted three Group D matches as well as France’s quarter-final match against the Netherlands.
9. Leigh Sports Village- Leigh
- Seating Capacity: 12,000 (Reduced to 8,100)
- Home Team/Club: Manchester United Women and Leigh Centurions
Leigh Sports Village is a multi-use sport, retail, and housing development worth £83 million in Leigh, Greater Manchester, England. Greater Manchester Leigh Sports Village stadium has the second-lowest capacity of any Women’s EURO 2022 venue. In fact, due to standing area restrictions, UEFA reduced its capacity to just 8,100 seats. The stadium is the only one on the list that does not regularly host men’s football matches, but it does host Manchester United Women. It hosted three Group C games as well as a quarterfinal.
10. Manchester City Academy Stadium- Manchester
- Seating Capacity: 7,000 (reduced to 4,700)
- Home Team/Club: Manchester City Women
Academy Stadium is a football stadium located on the Etihad Campus in Manchester, England. The campus, which was announced on September 19, 2011, as part of an 80-acre training facility to accommodate up to 400 youth players at a time, opened on December 8, 2014. The Academy Stadium in Manchester was the most contentious UEFA choice as a host venue for the upcoming competition due to its capacity being reduced to just 4,700 for the tournament. The stadium hosted three Group D matches, which Iceland international Sara Bjork Gunnarsdottir described as “embarrassing” and “disrespectful.”
UEFA Women’s Euro 2022: The full fixtures, schedule, results, and stadiums
UEFA Women’s Euro 2022 Groups List
|Group A||England, Austria, Norway, Northern Ireland|
|Group B||Germany, Denmark, Spain, Finland|
|Group C||Netherlands, Sweden, Switzerland, Portugal|
|Group D||France, Italy, Belgium, Iceland|
Women’s Euro 2022: Key Dates
Group stage: July 6-18
Quarter-finals: July 20-23
Semi-finals: July 26-27
Finals: July 31
Women’s EURO 2022 schedule- All kick-off times are in Indian Standard Timings (IST)
Wednesday, July 6: Group A – England 1-0 Austria (Old Trafford)
Thursday, July 7: Group A – Norway 4-1 Northern Ireland (St Mary’s)
Friday, July 8: Group B – Spain 4-1 Finland (Stadium MK)
Friday, July 8: Group B – Germany 4-0 Denmark (Brentford Community Stadium)
Saturday, July 9: Group C – Portugal 2-2 Switzerland ( Leigh Sports Village)
Saturday, July 9: Group C – Netherlands 1-1 Sweden (Bramall Lane)
Sunday, July 10: Group D – Belgium 1-1 Iceland (Manchester City Academy Stadium)
Sunday, July 10: Group D – France 5-1 Italy (New York Stadium)
Monday, July 11: Group A – Austria 2-0 Northern Ireland (St Mary’s)
Monday, July 11: Group A – England 8-0 Norway (AMEX)
Tuesday, July 12: Group B – Denmark 1-0 Finland (Stadium MK)
Tuesday, July 12: Group B – Germany 2-0 Spain (Brentford Community Stadium)
Wednesday, July 13: Group C – Sweden 2-1 Switzerland (Bramall Lane)
Wednesday, July 13: Group C – Netherlands 3-2 Portugal (Leigh Sports Village)
Thursday, July 14: Group D – Italy 1-1 Iceland (Manchester City Academy Stadium)
Thursday, July 14: Group D – France 2-1 Belgium (New York Stadium)
Friday, July 15: Group A – Northern Ireland 0-5 England (St Mary’s)
Friday, July 15: Group A – Austria 1-0 Norway (AMEX)
Saturday, July 16: Group B – Finland 0-3 Germany (Stadium MK)
Saturday, July 16: Group B – Denmark 0-1 Spain (Brentford Community Stadium)
Sunday, July 17: Group C – Switzerland 1-4 Netherlands (Bramall Lane)
Sunday, July 17: Group C – Sweden 5-0 Portugal (Leigh Sports Village)
Monday, July 18: Group D – Iceland 1-1 France (New York Stadium)
Monday, July 18: Group D – Italy 0-1 Belgium (Manchester City Academy Stadium)
Wednesday, July 20: QF1 – England 2-1 Spain AET (AMEX)
Thursday, July 21: QF2 – Germany 2-0 Austria (Brentford Community Stadium)
Friday, July 22: QF3 – Sweden 1-0 Belgium (Leigh Sports Village)
Saturday, July 23: QF4 – France vs Netherlands (New York Stadium)
Tuesday, July 26: SF1 – England 4-0 Sweden (Bramall Lane)
Wednesday, July 27: SF2 – Germany vs France/Netherlands (Stadium MK)
UEFA Women’s Euro 2022 Finals
Sunday, July 31: England vs SF2 winners (Wembley)
Complete List Of Women’s Euro 2022 Stadiums
- Wembley Stadium
- Old Trafford
- Bramall Lane
- St Mary’s Stadium
- Brighton & Hove Community Stadium (The AMEX)
- Stadium MK
- Brentford Community Stadium
- New York Stadium
- Leigh Sports Village
- Manchester City Academy Stadium
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