UEFA Women’s Euro Championship 2022 Betting Tips & Predictions

Women's Euro 2022 Overview

The 13th edition of the UEFA European Women’s Football Championship will take place in England in July 2022, with the hosts looking to win the tournament for the first time in their history.

Netherlands won the last tournament in 2017 on home soil, ending a streak of six successive European Championships in which Germany were champions.

Sweden and Norway are the only two nations to have ever won the Women’s European Championships.

Women's Euro 2022 Groups & Predictions

Group A P W D L GD PTS
England 0 0 0 0 0 0
Austria 0 0 0 0 0 0
Norway 0 0 0 0 0 0
Northern Ireland 0 0 0 0 0 0
Group A Predictions
With home advantage on their side, England should have too much quality in this group, with Norway likely to join them in the knockout stages.
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Group B P W D L GD PTS
Germany 0 0 0 0 0 0
Denmark 0 0 0 0 0 0
Spain 0 0 0 0 0 0
Finland 0 0 0 0 0 0

Group B Predictions

Spain are heavily-fancied this summer due to their contingent of Barcelona-based players, but I'm happy to oppose them with Germany here.
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Group C P W D L GD PTS
Netherlands 0 0 0 0 0 0
Sweden 0 0 0 0 0 0
Switzerland 0 0 0 0 0 0
Portugal 0 0 0 0 0 0

Group C Predictions

Sweden are my dark horses for the tournament and as such there has to be every chance they top the group ahead of Netherlands.
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Group D P W D L GD PTS
France 0 0 0 0 0 0
Italy 0 0 0 0 0 0
Belgium 0 0 0 0 0 0
Iceland 0 0 0 0 0 0

Group D Predictions

France will be very difficult to stop in Group D, but there's an outside chance Italy can top the group given the rapid rise in professionalisation of Serie A.
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Women's Euro 2022 Fixtures & Predictions

Wednesday, 6th July - Round 1

England v Austria (8pm GMT)

Thursday, 7th July - Round 1

Norway v Northern Ireland (8pm GMT)

Friday, 8th July - Round 1

Spain v Finland (5pm GMT)

Germany v Denmark (8pm GMT)

Saturday, 9th July - Round 1

Portugal v Switzerland (5pm GMT)

Netherlands v Sweden (8pm GMT)

Sunday, 10th July - Round 1

Belgium v Iceland (5pm GMT)

France v Italy (8pm GMT)

Monday, 11th July - Round 2

Austria v Northern Ireland (5pm GMT)

England v Norway (8pm GMT)

Tuesday, 12th July - Round 2

Denmark v Finland (5pm GMT)

Germany v Spain (8pm GMT)

Wednesday, 13th July - Round 2

Sweden v Switzerland (5pm GMT)

Netherlands v Portugal (8pm GMT)

Thursday, 14th July - Round 2

Italy v Iceland (5pm GMT)

France v Belgium (8pm GMT)

Friday, 15th July - Round 3

Northern Ireland v England (8pm GMT)

Austria v Norway (8pm GMT)

Saturday, 16th July - Round 3

Finland v Germany (8pm GMT)

Denmark v Spain (8pm GMT)

Sunday, 17th July - Round 3

Switzerland v Netherlands (8pm GMT)

Sweden v Portugal (8pm GMT)

Monday, 18th July - Round 3

Iceland v France (8pm GMT)

Italy v Belgium (8pm GMT)

Women's Euro 2022 Fixtures: Quarter-Finals

Wednesday, 20th July

Winner Group A v Runner-Up Group B

Thursday, 21st July

Winner Group B v Runner-Up Group A

Friday, 22nd July

Winner Group C v Runner-Up Group D

Saturday, 23rd July

Winner Group D v Runner-Up Group C

Women's Euro 2022 Fixtures: Semi-Finals

Tuesday, 26th July

Winner Quarter-Final 3 v Winner Quarter-Final 1

Wednesday, 27th July

Winner Quarter-Final 4 v Winner Quarter-Final 2

Women's Euro 2022 Fixtures: Final

Sunday, 31st July

Winner Semi-Final 1 v Winner Semi-Final 2

Where will Women's Euro 2022 take place?

Women’s Euro 2022 is being hosted in England across 10 different venues.

It is the first women’s Euro’s to be hosted in England since 2005, which saw Germany beat Norway 3-1 in the final.

What are the dates for Women's Euro 2022?

Women's Euro 2022 begins on Wednesday 6th July, with hosts England taking on Austria in the opening match at Old Trafford in Manchester.

The final will be held at Wembley Stadium, London, on Sunday 27th July. Wembley Stadium is regarded as one of the most epic stadiums in Europe.

What countries have qualified for Women's Euro 2022?

16 teams have qualified for Women's Euro 2022. Hosts England automatically qualified, while Germany, Netherlands, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, France, Belgium, Iceland, Spain, Finland, Austria and Italy progressed through their qualifying groups as winners or runners-up.

Switzerland, Northern Ireland and Portugal qualified via the play-offs.

Who are the early bookmakers' favourites for Women's Euro 2022?

Spain are the early bookmakers' favourites to win Women's Euro 2022, despite never reaching a final before.

Hosts England are second behind Spain, with the likes of France, Netherlands, Sweden and Germany close behind them.

Finland and Northern Ireland are considered the biggest outsiders.

When will the Women's Euro 2022 squads be announced?

UEFA's deadline for announcing the final squads is Sunday 26th June at 10:59pm (GMT), which is 10 days prior to the start of the tournament.

Many nations such as England have already named 28-player provisional squads, which must be cut to 23 players by the deadline, comprising of three goalkeepers.

Replacements in the event of injury or illness are unlimited prior to each team's first match.

What will the kick-off times be at Women's Euro 2022?

Most kick-off times are 8pm (BST), although there are scheduled to be several 5pm (BST) kick-off times on the days where there are two matches scheduled.

What stadiums will be used as Women's 2022 venues?

  • Wembley Stadium, London, capacity 90,000
  • Old Trafford, Manchester, capacity 74,879
  • Bramall Lane, Sheffield, capacity 32,702
  • St Mary's Stadium, Southampton, capacity 32,505
  • Falmer Stadium, Brighton & Hove, capacity 31,800
  • Stadium MK, Milton Keynes, capacity 30,500
  • Brentford Community Stadium, Brentford, capacity 17,250
  • New York Stadium, Rotherham, capacity 12,021
  • Leigh Sports Stadium, Leigh, capacity 12,000
  • Academy Stadium, Manchester, capacity 7,000