Women's Euro 2022 pre-sale tickets: How can I buy tickets for the UEFA tournament?

Tickets for the UEFA Women Euro 2022 are on pre sale. SNS Group Alan Harvey.Tickets for the UEFA Women Euro 2022 are on pre sale. SNS Group Alan Harvey.
Tickets for the UEFA Women Euro 2022 are on pre sale. SNS Group Alan Harvey.
Pre-sale tickets are available for the Women’s European Championship in England this week from as little as £5. Here’s when the tournament starts and how you can be there.

After a record breaking amount of tickets were purchased in the final round of pre-sales, UEFA are giving fans one last chance to nab tickets for the UEFA Women’s Euro 2022 with pre-sale tickets to the competition exclusively available until 10am on August 10.

The tournament, which is set to be hosted across numerous stadiums in England next summer, will see global football stars such as Lucy Bronze, Alexandra Popp and Wendie Renard battle it out to take home the Women’s European Championship trophy, with over 50,000 tickets already sold for the Euro 2022 final at London’s Wembley Stadium.

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Euro 2022 will see a total of 16 teams form a total of four groups and, although the draw is not set to take place until October this year, all teams that will take part in the tournament have been decided with the qualifiers for the tournament coming to end earlier in the year.

Holland won the last Euro on home ground. SNS GROUPHolland won the last Euro on home ground. SNS GROUP
Holland won the last Euro on home ground. SNS GROUP

Originally scheduled for this summer, Euro 2022 was held back a year owing to the coronavirus pandemic, like many other big sporting events.

The last Women’s European’s Championship was held in the Netherlands in 2017 and saw home nations Scotland and England take part as a Vivianne Miedema inspired home nation took home the tournament following a 4-2 win over Denmark at De Grolsch Veste, the home of Eredivisie side FC Twente.

When and where will the Women’s Euro 2022 take place?

The tournament begins in almost exactly a years time, with games scheduled to take place between July 6 and July 31, 2022.

As mentioned above, England are the hosts of the tournament, with games played across 10 different stadiums. The stadiums include Wembley, Old Trafford, Bramall Lane, St Mary’s Stadium, Stadium MK, Manchester City Academy Stadium, Brentford Community Stadium, Farmer Stadium, New York Stadium and Leigh Sports’ Village.

Which teams will be competing in the Women’s Euro 2022?

England have been confirmed in Group A as the host nation, and will be joined by fellow home nation Northern Ireland, though Scotland and Wales failed to qualify for the tournament.

Austria, Belgium, Denmark, England, Finland, France, Germany, Iceland, Italy, Netherlands, Northern Ireland, Norway, Russia, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland are the other sides who will compete at Euro 2022.

How can I get tickets for the Women’s Euro 2022?

Match entry prices will be varied as the competition progresses to the latter stages.

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Tickets to group stage games vary from £10 for Category 3 seats and £15 and £20 for Category 2 and Category 1 seats for adults, children’s prices range between £5 and £10 dependant on category.

Ticket prices for the semi-finals start at £15 for adults and £7.50 for children.

The cheapest tickets for the Final at Wembley Stadium are also £15, rising to £50 for the most expensive for adults, with children’s tickets priced between £10 and £25.

Supporters can purchase pre-sale tickets from the UEFA website. However, the exclusive access pre-sale closes at 10am on August 10. You must sign up to a free UEFA account to purchase and get your pre-sale access code.

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