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Football is written in our DNA here in Manchester, which is why we’re delighted that three venues across Greater Manchester will host games throughout the UEFA Women’s EURO in July 2022.

Old Trafford, home to Manchester United Football Club, will host the opening game of the tournament on Wednesday 6th July at 8pm – you could be there to see England’s Lionesses start their campaign to become European Champions.

Manchester City Academy Stadium, home to Manchester City Women’s Football Club, will host three Group games on Sunday 10th July, Thursday 14th July and Monday 18th July 2022.

Leigh Sports Village, home to Manchester United Women’s Football Club, will host three Group games on Sunday 9th July, Wednesday 13th July and Sunday 17th July and a Quarter Final on Friday 22nd July.

This is your chance to be part of the action at UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 so register your interest for tickets here today to be part of the pre-sale which starts on 13th July! Tickets are priced from £5 - £50, with over half a million tickets priced at £25 or less.

The full tournament schedule can be found here.


You can also be part of this amazing experience by Volunteering, so click here to apply now on the FA's Volunteer portal.

UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 provides a huge opportunity for women and girls in Greater Manchester to engage in a healthy lifestyle through football. There is a clear ambition to deliver the biggest women’s football event in UEFA history, and use this event to inspire long-term, sustainable positive change in women’s and girls’ football. To find out what is happening in Manchester and Trafford you can view the Women's EURO 2022 brouchure here, or click here for infomation on the Wigan and Leigh Legacy Programme.

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For the latest ticketing, host city and stadium news and events follow @WEUROTicketing on Twitter

For more information about the event go to the UEFA Women's Euro 2022 website


For more information on each of the three host stadiums in Greater Manchester please click on the Host City icons below.

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