The Women’s Euro 2022 kicks off this summer, and fans will have a choice of some of the top stadiums to visit around the UK.
The tournament will be played in ten stadiums across nine English cities, with the first match being played at Old Trafford in Manchester and the final at Wembley in London.
Because of UEFA rules banning standing areas, the capacity of some smaller stadiums is being reduced further – and already, many games are sold out.
However, while it’s still five weeks away from the action, we have selected five outstanding venues that will host some of the best female footballers.
Top Euro 2022 stadiums
According to UEFA. tickets for the tournament will range from £5 to £50, with more than half a million of them available for less than £25 to ensure that everyone can attend.
Even with concerns, Euro 2022 is still set to be the best-attended European Championships ever, with the final and all England’s group games already sold out in Manchester, Brighton and Southampton.
1. Wembley Stadium
The iconic Wembley will host the UEFA Euro 2020 final having also hosted the 2011 and 2013 UEFA Champions League finals as well as many domestic finals, including the FA Women’s Cup in the past.
2. Old Trafford, Manchester
With a capacity of 74,000, Manchester United’s ‘Theatre of Dreams’ will only host the opening match, as England plays Austria in Group A.
It has hosted many national and international tournaments in the past, including Euro ’96 and the 2003 Champions League Final. , it’s among the largest stadiums hosting the tournament.
3. St Mary’s, Southampton
With a capacity of over 32,000, St Mary’s will host three games in Group A. This includes a clash of the home nations when Northern Ireland plays England in their final match.
The stadium has hosted international matches in the past, including England’s women’s 8-0 victory over Macedonia in a World Cup qualifier last year.
4. Amex Stadium, Brighton & Hove
Brighton’s stadium has a decent capacity of over 31,000.
There will be three games in Group B, including two involving Spain a team which is the formidable favourites to win the tournament and a quarter-final.
5. Bramall Lane, Sheffield
Over the years, it has hosted many major sporting events. It is one of the oldest stadiums in the country.
Three group games will be played at the 32,000 capacity stadium during Euro 2022.
Football fans can look forward to witnessing some of the world’s best female footballers at these incredible venues.
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