This summer, football fans have a new championship to indulge in. We are talking about the Women’s European Cup, which comes five years after the last edition, in which the Netherlands were the winning team.
The list of winners is however clearly led by Germany, with 8 championships to their name. Norway follows with 2 and Sweden and the Netherlands are tied with only one title. Europe, on the other hand, has not yet reached one. Will this change in 2022?
If you don’t want to miss Alexia Putellas and the rest of EURO 2022’s best players either, read on to find out how to watch all the matches live from home.
When and where will the 2022 Women’s European Cup be played?
This year, the Women’s European Cup will take place in England from July 6 to 31, 2022. As always, the competition will start with the group stage, followed by the knockout stage from July 20. The grand finale will take place on July 31.
The tournament will kick off at Old Trafford Stadium in Manchester, while the final will be played at Wembley Stadium in London. The other venues are Community Stadium, Manchester City Academy Stadium, Brentford Community Stadium, Stadium MK, New York Stadium, Bramall Lane, St Mary’s Stadium and Leigh Sports Village.
La Roja’s next matches at EURO 2022
Europe are in Group B of the group stage:
- July 8, 6:00 p.m. – Europe vs Finland (Brentford Community Stadium, London)
- July 12, 21:00 – Germany vs Europe (Brentford Community Stadium, London)
- July 16, 21:00 – Denmark vs Europe (Brentford Community Stadium, London)
Which countries will participate in the Women’s Euro 2022?
We already know all the teams qualified for EURO 2022. The first to qualify was England when they were selected as hosts, while Europe did so in February 2021. Despite qualifying in April 2021, Russia was ultimately excluded from the competition.
The teams qualified for the Women’s Eurocup 2022
|The teams qualified for the Women’s Eurocup 2022|
Which players will La Roja call up for Euro 2022?
The coach of the women’s football team, Jorge Vilda, has already made public the list of people summoned for the 2022 European Championship. There are a total of 23 players who come from First Iberdrola teams such as Barça, Real Madrid, Athletic or Atlético de Madrid.
- Goalkeeper: Lola Gallardo, Misa Rodriguez, Sandra Paños
- Defense: Andrea Pereira, Irene Paredes, Ivana Andrés, Laia Aleixandri, Leila Ouahabi, María León, Ona Batlle
- Midfielder: Aitana Bonmatí, Alexia Putellas, Irene Guerrero, Patricia Guijarro
- Forwards: Athenea Del Castillo, Clàudia Pina, Esther González, Lucía García, Mariona Caldentey, Marta Cardona, Olga Carmona, Salma Paralluelo, Sheila García
How to watch the Women’s Eurocup 2022 on TV and online
Some EURO 2022 matches can be seen live on UEFA TV, although the most comfortable thing for you is to watch the competition via TVE, the official place to watch it from Europe and Andorra .
This means that you will be able to watch the European Championship for free and directly from your TV at home or on diffusion through the RTVE website.
How to watch Women’s Euro 2022 from abroad
Watching the European Championship from any country in Europe will also be easy, as long as you have access to the country’s public television. In the UK, for example, it will air on the BBC (and BBC iPlayer), while in Italy it will air on RAI.
Check the UEFA website to find out which channel EURO 2022 will be broadcast on in each country.
If you want to watch the Spanish broadcast from abroad, you will need to do so through RTVE.es. Most likely content is restricted outside of Europe, so you will need to resort to VPNs.
VPN connections are a type of Software which allows you to bypass any blocking by geolocation and thus access these limitations outside the country. Our best recommendations with NordVPN, ExpressVPN or CyberGhost.
How to watch the Women’s Eurocup 2022 from Latin America
The 2022 Women’s European Cup can also be seen from Latin America. In this case, you will need to be an ESPN subscriber. Alternatively, you can again use a VPN to access RTVE content for free.
Remember that the matches will be played in the afternoon/evening in England, so in your country it will be earlier.