The big match

Uefa Women’s Euro 2022 guide: the results, teams and stadiums

Everything you need to know about the tournament held in England

1

The draw: teams and groups

  • Group A: England (hosts), Austria, Norway, Northern Ireland 
  • Group B: Germany, Denmark, Spain, Finland 
  • Group C: Netherlands (holders), Sweden, Portugal, Switzerland (Portugal replaced Russia)
  • Group D: France, Italy, Belgium, Iceland

2

Stadiums

  • Wembley Stadium, London (final only)
  • Brentford Community Stadium, London
  • Brighton and Hove Community Stadium, Brighton
  • Manchester City Academy Stadium, Manchester
  • Old Trafford, Manchester (opening match)
  • Stadium MK, Milton Keynes
  • New York Stadium, Rotherham
  • Bramall Lane, Sheffield
  • St Mary's Stadium, Southampton
  • Leigh Sports Village, Leigh

3

Group stage results

Wednesday 6 July 
  • Group A: England 1 Austria 0 
Thursday 7 July 
  • Group A: Norway 4 Northern Ireland 1
Friday 8 July 
  • Group B: Spain 4 Finland 1
  • Group B: Germany 4 Denmark 0 
Saturday 9 July 
  • Group C: Portugal 2 Switzerland 2 
  • Group C: Netherlands 1 Sweden 1
Sunday 10 July 
  • Group D: Belgium 1 Iceland 1 
  • Group D: France 5 Italy 1
Monday 11 July 
  • Group A: Austria 2 Northern Ireland 0
  • Group A: England 8 Norway 0
Tuesday 12 July 
  • Group B: Denmark 1 Finland 0
  • Group B: Germany 2 Spain 0
Wednesday 13 July 
  • Group C: Sweden 2 Switzerland 1 
  • Group C: Netherlands 3 Portugal 2
Thursday 14 July 
  • Group D: Italy 1 Iceland 1
  • Group D: France 2 Belgium 1
Friday 15 July 
  • Group A: Northern Ireland 0 England 5
  • Group A: Austria 1 Norway 0
Saturday 16 July 
  • Group B: Finland 0 Germany 3 
  • Group B: Denmark 0 Spain 1 
Sunday 17 July 
  • Group C: Switzerland 1 Netherlands 4 
  • Group C: Sweden 5 Portugal 0 
Monday 18 July 
  • Group D: Iceland 1 France 1 
  • Group D: Italy 0 Belgium 1 

4

Knockout results

Wednesday 20 July 
  • Quarter-final 1: England 2 Spain 1 (aet)
Thursday 21 July 
  • Quarter-final 2: Germany 2 Austria 0
Friday 22 July 
  • Quarter-final 3: Sweden 1 Belgium 0 
Saturday 23 July
  • Quarter-final 4: France 1 Netherlands 0
Tuesday 26 July 
  • Semi-final 1: England 4 Sweden 0
Wednesday 27 July 
  • Semi-final 2: Germany 2 France 1

5

The Uefa Women’s Euro trophy

Richard Juilliart/Uefa via Getty Images

Uefa Women’s Euro 2022 final: England 2 Germany 1 (aet)

England’s Lionesses won their first major international trophy with a 2-1 extra-time victory over Germany on 31 July. In the final at Wembley Stadium, substitute Ella Toone scored a stunning chip to give the host nation the lead after 62 minutes. However, eight-time European champions Germany drew level and forced extra-time through Lina Magull’s equaliser. Chloe Kelly’s 110th-minute winner sent the England fans crazy and the Lionesses held on to lift the trophy.

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