Denmark, Spain and Germany playing their games locally
All but one of the tournament games in London are in Brentford
A welcome sign has been placed next to the Brentford Community Stadium for the teams of Denmark, Spain and Germany who are set to play their group games locally.
All the UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 games in London, apart from the final which is at Wembley on 31 July, will be held at the Lionel Road North ground.
This includes the following matches:
Germany v Denmark: Friday 8 July
Germany v Spain: Tuesday 12 July
Denmark v Spain: Saturday 16 July
Quarter Final: Thursday 21 July
On 12 July there will be a chance to see 2020/21 UEFA Women’s Player of the Year Alexia Putellas of Spain, who will feature against the team with the most tournament wins under their belt, Germany.
The UEFA ticketing site suggests that these games are already sold out except for limited availability for the match between Denmark and Spain.
With over 450,000 tickets sold, even before a ball is kicked, this year’s event has already surpassed the previous tournament record of 240,045 set in the Netherlands (2017).
Ahead of the opening match at Brentford Community Stadium on 8 July, fans are encouraged to welcome and embrace all the teams arriving into the region.
Stadium decked with signs for the forthcoming tournament
Hounslow Council’s Cabinet Member for Parking, Parks and Leisure Services, Councillor Salman Shaheen, said, “I am proud that London will be a host city for the UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 and it is so inspiring to see the new signage, showcasing Hounslow’s central role in the tournament. Football fever has definitely started and the entire borough is eagerly anticipating the first game. We warmly welcome everyone that will visit us over the coming weeks.”
The FA’s Head of Tournament Delivery, Chris Bryant said, “ We have an exciting few weeks ahead and a fantastic opportunity for football fans to experience some of the world’s very best players on their doorstep. As we look ahead to the opening match, excitement across the country is growing at an incredible rate. Anyone who hasn’t got a ticket still has a chance to get involved and show their support for what is already a huge history-making moment for women’s football.”
UEFA Women’s EURO England 2022 brings the tournament back to England for the first time since 2005.
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July 1, 2022