The 2022 Women’s Euro Championships, also called the UEFA Women’s Euro, kicked off earlier this month in England with 16 teams facing-off in stadiums across the country. The Women’s Euro occurs every four years and is the main competition in women's association football between the national teams that make up the UEFA confederation.
Attendance so far has broken previous records, with the cumulative attendance of 240,045 from the previous Euros in Holland in 2017 likely to be more than doubled this summer - as over 500,000 tickets were sold by the start of the tournament.
Teams just wrapped up the last of the group stage games and are ready to compete in the quarterfinals, starting Wednesday, July 20th.
Holland/The Netherlands are the defending champions, having won the tournament in 2017 and are among the favorites with a world ranking of #4. Other favorites include Germany who comes into the tournament with a world ranking of #5, France at #3, Spain who ranks #7, Sweden ranked #2, and the tournament hosts England ranked #8 in the world.
Wednesday, July 20: England vs Spain (3pm EST)
Thursday, July 21: Germany vs Austria (3pm EST)
Friday July, 22: Sweden vs Belgium (3pm EST)
Saturday, July 23: France vs Netherlands (3pm EST)
Semifinal games will take place Tuesday July 26th and Wednesday July 27th.
The finals will be held in London at Wembley Stadium on Sunday July 31st.
ESPN will be streaming the Women's Euro 2022 live stream in the US on ESPN2 and ESPN+, with the final being broadcast on the main ESPN channel.
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