100 Days to Go!
- Manchester to host four games in what promises to be the biggest women’s sporting event in European history
- Record crowd expected at Old Trafford on 6 July for opening game
- Tickets go on general sale from 8am this morning for all games
- Now is the chance to get involved and show up for an unmissable event and summer of sport
- Over 350K tickets already sold during pre-sale, ballot and group booking stages
- Tickets range from £5 - £50 with a family of four able to watch some of the world’s best players from just £30
- Tickets available for all fixtures at: www.uefa.com/womenseuro/ticketing
- Giant women’s table football installation on Carnaby Street, London, marks 100 days to go until tournament starts
From 8am [BST] today, tickets to UEFA Women’s EURO England 2022 are officially on sale with all fans of football, women’s sport and big events encouraged to get involved in what promises to be the biggest women’s sporting event in European history.
Manchester will be hosting four games during the tournament, with the opening game of the tournament taking place at Old Trafford. Manchester City Academy will also host three group stage games
OLD TRAFFORD: England v Austria (Wednesday 6 July) KO 8pm
MANCHESTER CITY ACADEMY
- Belgium v Iceland (Sunday 10 July) KO 5pm
- Italy v Iceland (Thursday 14 July) KO 5pm
- Italy v Belgium (Monday 18 July) KO 8pm
EURO 2022 will feature some of the best players in the world competing including England’s all time top goalscorer Ellen White, who will be looking to add to her record when the Lionesses take on Austria at Old Trafford. Belgium’s Tine De Caigny, scored 12 goals in qualifying, and is expected to lead the front line for team who were undefeated in the qualifying stages.
More than 350,000 tickets, of the over 700,000 available, have already sold for the tournament in the pre-sale, public ballot and group bookings stage. It means UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 is set to be a record-breaking event already, beating the previous tournament record of 240,000 set at Netherlands EURO 2017.
16 nations take part in this year’s tournament which will be played out across England, with nine venues playing host to 31 games including Brighton & Hove, London, Manchester, Milton Keynes, Rotherham, Sheffield, Southampton, Trafford and Wigan & Leigh.
To mark the occasion of 100 days to go until the tournament starts, organisers launched an eye-catching giant table-football installation featuring 9ft tall female footballers in Carnaby Street, London, today.
The installation features players representing the top-seeded team in each group (England, Germany, Netherlands and France) and will be in situ until 10 April.
Chris Bryant, Tournament Director for UEFA Women’s EURO 2022, added: “This is it now. We are just 100 days out from what promises to be a huge, history making spectacle for women’s football.
“We have made a great start already regarding ticket sales. It’s a case now of putting all the final plans in place and generating the excitement around a major sporting event that England has done so well previously.
“This is an opportunity to open up women’s football to new audiences. We wanted to make a bold statement and the installation in Carnaby Street is evident of that. I would encourage anyone who has not already got a ticket to snap them up soon, especially as we are expecting all the available tickets for several matches including all England games and the Final to be purchased soon after going on sale.”
UEFA Women’s EURO England 2022 brings the tournament back to England for the first time since 2005. Tickets are priced from £5 - £50, with a family of four [two adults and two children] able to watch some of the world’s best players from just £30 or £45 for England games, a semi-final or the final.
This is your chance to be part of the action at UEFA Women’s EURO 2022. For tickets, which are on a first come, first served basis, click here: