UEFA Women’s Euro 2022 – Live TV Coverage on the BBC

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Euro 2022 on the BBC

The BBC will broadcast live coverage of Euro 2022 from 6th July – 31st July 2022.

This will be the 13th edition of the UEFA Women’s Championship, and the second edition since it was expanded to 16 teams.

The tournament will be hosted by England and was originally scheduled to take place from 7 July to 1 August 2021.

However, following the COVID-19 pandemic in Europe and subsequent postponements of the 2020 Summer Olympics and UEFA Euro 2020 to summer 2021, the tournament was rescheduled.

England will be the host team, the Netherlands will be the defending champions, and Northern Ireland will participate in a UEFA Women’s Euro competition for the first time.

All games will be shown live on BBC TV

Wednesday 6th July
England v Austria – Old Trafford – 8.00pm – BBC One

Thursday 7th July
Norway v Northern Ireland – St Mary’s Stadium – 8.00pm – BBC One

Friday 8th July
Spain v Finland – Stadium MK – 5.00pm – BBC Two
Germany v Denmark – Brentford Community Stadium – 8.00pm – BBC Two

Saturday 9th July
Portugal v Switzerland – Leigh Sports Village – 5.00pm – BBC Two
Netherlands v Sweden – Bramall Lane – 8.00pm – BBC One

Sunday 10th July
Belgium v Iceland – Manchester City Academy Stadium – 5.00pm – BBC Two
France v Italy – New York Stadium – 8.00pm – BBC Two

Monday 11th July
Austria v Northern Ireland – St Mary’s Stadium – 5.00pm – BBC One
England v Norway – Brighton Community Stadium – 8.00pm – BBC One

Tuesday 12th July
Denmark v Finland – Stadium MK – 5.00pm – BBC Two
Germany v Spain – Brentford Community Stadium – 8.00pm – BBC Two

Wednesday 13th July
Sweden v Switzerland – Bramall Lane – 5.00pm – BBC Two
Netherlands v Portugal – Leigh Sports Village – 8.00pm – BBC Two

Thursday 14th July
Italy v Iceland – Manchester City Academy Stadium – 5.00pm – BBC Two
France v Belgium – New York Stadium – 8.00pm – BBC One

Friday 15th July
Northern Ireland v England – St Mary’s Stadium – 8.00pm – BBC One
Austria v Norway – Brighton Community Stadium – 8.00pm – BBC Three

Saturday 16th July
Finland v Germany – Stadium MK – 8.00pm – BBC Two
Denmark v Spain – Brentford Community Stadium – 8.00pm – BBC iPlayer

Sunday 17th July
Switzerland v Netherlands – Bramall Lane – 5.00pm – BBC Two
Sweden v Portugal – Leigh Sports Village – 5.00pm – BBC iPlayer

Monday 18th July
Iceland v France – New York Stadium – 8.00pm – BBC Two
Italy v Belgium – Manchester City Academy Stadium – 8.00pm – BBC iPlayer

Wednesday 20th July
Winner Group A v Runner-up Group B – 8.00pm

Thursday 21st July
Winner Group B v Runner-up Group A – 8.00pm

Friday 22nd July
Winner Group C v Runner-up Group D – 8.00pm

Saturday 23rd July
Winner Group D v Runner-up Group C – 8.00pm

Tuesday 26th July
Winner quarter-final 1 v Winner quarter-final 3 – 8.00pm – BBC One

Wednesday 27th July
Winner quarter-final 2 v Winner quarter-final 4 – 8.00pm – BBC One

Sunday 31st July
Winner semi-final 1 v Winner semi-final 2 – Wembley Stadium – 5.00pm – BBC One

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