UEFA Women's Euro 2022
Date : July 6 to 31
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The Uefa Women’s European Championship runs from 6 to 31 July in England and the BBC will give crowds all day, every day admittance to the entirety of the activity, examination and knowledge across TV, radio and on the web. Each England and Northern Ireland game will be communicated in real time on BBC One, beginning with the competition opener among England and Austria. Check the complete broadcast list of UEFA Women’s Euro 2022.
Practically all games are on BBC One or BBC Two, with each of the 31 matches on the BBC iPlayer and BBC Sport site. BBC Radio 5 Live will likewise have analysis on chose games. Close by a Daily Euros Podcast, there will be live discourse on each England and Northern Ireland game, in addition to each match in the knockout stages.
Barbara Slater, the BBC overseer of game, said: “This is our most aggressive transmission obligation to a significant ladies’ football competition with the best portion of matches on network TV.
“Not long after I initially began in this job, the BBC covered the 2009 Women’s Euros in Finland. “Actually there was restricted crowd interest, the absolute reach for the competition was simply 2.5 million. “The springboard was London 2012, when 70-odd thousand individuals packed into Wembley to watch Team GB’s ladies’ group beat the strong Brazil. “It was a second in time, when we realized the game was prepared to move to a higher level.
“We put vigorously in our inclusion and in 2019, 27 million tuned into the Women’s World Cup in France on the BBC – the most watched game of the year. “Ladies’ football has created past all acknowledgment somewhat recently and BBC Sport has been there constantly.”
Gabby Logan, Alex Scott, Reshmin Chowdhury, Eilidh Barbour and Kelly Somers will lead the TV inclusion of the competition. Among the savants are previous England internationals Fara Williams, Ian Wright, Alex Scott, Kelly Smith, Anita Asante, Izzy Christiansen, Rachel Brown-Finnis and Sue Smith, Northern Ireland’s Caragh Hamilton and Gail Redmond, in addition to Laura Georges, Jonas Eidevall, Vicky Losada, Anouk Hoogendijk and Scott Booth.
Robyn Cowen and Vicki Sparks will be the lead pundits close by Jonathan Pearce, while Somers and Jo Currie will give refreshes from the England camp, with Thomas Kane and Nicola McCarthy covering Northern Ireland.
On the radio, Emma Saunders, Steve Crossman, Ben Haines and Juliette Ferrington will be following the England group, and Sparks, Cowen, Pien Meulensteen, Alistair Bruce-Ball and Seb Hutchinson will commentate close by Christiansen, Asante, Natasha Dowie, Stephen Craigan, Pat Nevin and Julien Laurens.
The BBC Sport site and application will have a lot of composed and video develop highlights, in addition to live texts, reports, in-play details, player-rating, elements and segments. There will likewise be in-play video cuts, match features, video elements and player masterclasses.
BBC Sport’s web-based entertainment channels will convey match features on YouTube, in addition to in the background and unique Women’s Euros content on TikTok, Snapchat, Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. There will likewise be refreshes on the BBC News Channel and World Service. A fresh out of the plastic new narrative called Alex Scott: Future of Women’s Football coming to BBC iPlayer will be accessible.
Scott takes a gander at the blast in fame of ladies’ football and asks what’s on the horizon for the game she cherishes. A Question of Sport Women’s Euros Special is booked to air on Friday, 8 July at 20:00 BST on BBC One.
Euro 2022 TV schedule (all times BST)
All games are on BBC iPlayer
Wednesday, 6 July
England v Austria – Old Trafford, 20:00 (BBC One)
Thursday, 7 July
Norway v Northern Ireland – St Mary’s Stadium, 20:00 (BBC One)
Friday, 8 July
Spain v Finland – Stadium MK, 17:00 (BBC Two)
Germany v Denmark – Brentford Community Stadium, 20:00 (BBC Two)
Saturday, 9 July
Portugal v Switzerland – Leigh Sports Village, 17:00 (BBC Two)
Netherlands v Sweden – Bramall Lane, 20:00 (BBC One)
Sunday, 10 July
Belgium v Iceland – Manchester City Academy Stadium, 17:00 (BBC Two)
France v Italy – New York Stadium, 20:00 (BBC Two)
Monday, 11 July
Austria v Northern Ireland – St Mary’s Stadium, 17:00 (BBC One)
England v Norway – Brighton Community Stadium, 20:00 (BBC One)
Tuesday, 12 July
Denmark v Finland – Stadium MK, 17:00 (BBC Two)
Germany v Spain – Brentford Community Stadium, 20:00 (BBC Two)
Wednesday, 13 July
Sweden v Switzerland – Bramall Lane, 17:00 (BBC Two)
Netherlands v Portugal – Leigh Sports Village, 20:00 (BBC Two)
Thursday, 14 July
Italy v Iceland – Manchester City Academy Stadium, 17:00 (BBC Two)
France v Belgium – New York Stadium, 20:00 (BBC One)
Friday, 15 July
Northern Ireland v England – St Mary’s Stadium, 20:00 (BBC One)
Austria v Norway – Brighton Community Stadium, 20:00 (BBC Three)
Saturday, 16 July
Finland v Germany – Stadium MK, 20:00 (BBC Two)
Denmark v Spain – Brentford Community Stadium, 20:00 (BBC iPlayer)
Sunday, 17 July
Switzerland v Netherlands – Bramall Lane, 17:00 (BBC Two)
Sweden v Portugal – Leigh Sports Village, 17:00 (BBC iPlayer)
Monday, 18 July
Iceland v France – New York Stadium, 20:00 (BBC Two)
Italy v Belgium – Manchester City Academy Stadium, 20:00 (BBC iPlayer)
TV channels for knockout games yet to be confirmed
Wednesday, 20 July
Winner Group A v Runner-up Group B, 20:00
Thursday, 21 July
Winner Group B v Runner-up Group A, 20:00
Friday, 22 July
Winner Group C v Runner-up Group D, 20:00
Saturday, 23 July
Winner Group D v Runner-up Group C, 20:00
Tuesday, 26 July
Winner quarter-final 1 v Winner quarter-final 3, 20:00
Wednesday, 27 July
Winner quarter-final 2 v Winner quarter-final 4, 20:00
Sunday, 31 July
Winner semi-final 1 v Winner semi-final 2 – Wembley Stadium, 17:00