Girls from Sheffield United’s Community Foundation will take part in their own mini EURO 2022 football tournament at Bramall Lane this weekend as preparations get underway for the start of UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 this summer.
Members of the foundation’s U8's and U9's teams will be representing four of the leading nations at this summer’s UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 which take place in England.
Sheffield is one of nine cities across England that will play home to 31 UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 matches in just 26 action-packed days from 6-31 July.
A record number of fans are set to attend in person with a further 250 million across the world watching the action unfold on TV. It promises to be the biggest women’s European sporting event in history.
Three Group Stage games will be played at Bramall Lane, home of Sheffield United, on Saturday 9 July (Holland v Sweden, KO 8pm), Wednesday 13 July (Sweden v Switzerland, KO 5pm) and Sunday 17 July (Switzerland v Netherlands, KO 5pm).
Bramall Lane will also host the first semi-final of the tournament on Tuesday, 26 July (KO 8pm), which if all goes to plan could see host nation England playing in Sheffield.
Tickets to all games are available at https://www.uefa.com/womenseuro/ticketing/
The mini tournament will take place on the pitch during half time of the Sheffield United v Reading on Saturday (April 15). The Championship game is expected to attract a sell out crowd in excess of 30,000. It is the first in a series of events taking place across Sheffield over the next few months ahead of the tournament’s kick off on July 6.
Bramall Lane Stadium is set to host three group stage fixtures and one semi-final for the UEFA Women’s Euros this summer. The Netherlands will play Sweden on 9th July in the first game in Sheffield. Sweden then takes on Switzerland on 13th July, and Switzerland play Netherlands on 17th July. The semi-final fixture takes place on 26th July.
For further information about the UEFA Women’s Euros please visit Sheffield FA.