UEFA Women's Euro 2022

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August 20, 2022

The 2022 UEFA Women's Championship or UEFA Women's Euro 2022 is the 13th UEFA European Women's Football Championship held in England from 6 to 31 July 2022 . Originally scheduled to take place from July 7 to August 1, 2021, due to the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic that occurred in Europe in 2020, the UEFA Euro 2020 and the 2020 Summer Olympics have been rescheduled to the summer of 2021. The date of the event has also been changed to 2022. England defeated Germany in the final to win their first European Women's Football Championship.

Venue Selection

England was the only country to apply. At a meeting held in Dublin, Ireland on 3 December 2018, the Executive Committee of the European Football Federation (UEFA) selected England as the host of the UEFA Women's Euro 2021.

Host City and Stadium

Qualifying

England automatically advanced to the host country. The remaining 15 teams advanced to the finals through preliminary rounds. Russia originally qualified for the UEFA Women's Euro 2022 finals, but on 28 February 2022 was suspended by FIFA and the European Football Federation (UEFA) in the aftermath of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Portugal qualified for the finals on behalf of Russia after the UEFA Executive Committee decided to disqualify Russia from participating in UEFA Women's Euro 2022 on 2 May 2022.

Finalists

Seeding

The teams that qualified for the UEFA Women's Euro 2022 finals were seeded based on the UEFA coefficient. Participating countries rankings and coefficients were determined by taking into account 20% of the results of the UEFA Women's Euro 2017 qualifiers and finals, 40% of the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup European qualifiers and finals and 40% of the UEFA Women's Euro 2022 qualifiers. The draw for the finals was held in Manchester on 28 October 2021. Originally scheduled to take place on November 6, 2020, it was postponed due to the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic. 1 At the time of the original group draw, Russia (counting 30,117 points, 15th place) was included, but on 28 February 2022, due to the aftermath of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, it was not qualified by FIFA and the European Football Federation (UEFA). received a suspension. Portugal qualified for the finals on behalf of Russia as UEFA decided to disqualify Russia from participating in UEFA Women's Euro 2022 on 2 May 2022. However, as both Russia and Portugal were in Port 4, it did not affect the draw.

List of players

Group stage

All match times are in local time (UTC+1, BST).

Group A

Group B

Group C

Group D

Final Tournament

Quarterfinals

Semifinal

Finals

Winning

Competition Sponsorship

Footnotes