Euro 2022 Stadiums: The 10 grounds hosting this summer's tournament - and each Euro 2022 fixture
It has only been a few weeks since the domestic season finished across Britain, but football fever is set to return as fans of women’s football count down the days to Euro 2022.
A host of the Europe’s best players will descend on some of the biggest and best stadiums in British football next month, with the Women’s European Championships set to get underway in England on July 6.
Tickets for the tournament have been in real demand, with the final of the tournament selling out in less than an hour, while a number of games in the group stages are showing as completely sold out via the UEFA ticket website.
And while the choice to include some of the stadiums have been labelled "embarrassing" and "disrespectful" by players and management taking part in the tournament due to their capacity, it has not dampened fans enthusiasm for the summer’s showcase, with Euro 2022 set to take the growth of the women’s game up another notch.
So, if you’re looking to take in a Euro 2022 game this July, here are all 10 stadiums that will be hosting the games, complete with a full list of fixtures for each venue.