Here’s how to follow all the matches of the 13th edition of the European Women’s Football Championship.
When will the 2022 European Women’s Championship be held?
This edition of the Women’s European Championship, which was supposed to take place in 2021, will take place from 6 to 31 July 2022, in England, in the cities of London (at Wembley Stadium that will host the final), Milton Keynes, Brighton, Southampton, Sheffield, Manchester, Wigan, Lee and Rotherham.
The French national team is placed in Group D consisting of Belgium, Italy and Iceland. Hopefully he can pass these first matches (or even more) with flying colors, despite the absences of Amandine Henry, Eugenie Le Sommer, Khaira Hamraoui, Pearl Moroni and Vivien Asse, but also to overcome this hurdle of the quarter-finals that has been banned since 2009…
Note that Portugal is joining the euro to replace the suspended Russia.
Euro 2022 Women’s on TV and Live
In France, the Women Euro program is broadcast between the TF1 and Canal + groups. Here’s how to watch the 2022 edition of this soccer tournament.
All matches will be on Canal + Sport, subscription starts from € 34.99 per month, if you just want to follow Les Bleues matches, go to Canal + from € 20.99 per month or on TF1 for free.
Quarter-final matches will be visible alternately via Canal + Sport / Canal + or TF1 / TMC.
If you are a Belgian who speaks French, go to RTBF.
Note that you can follow matches, replays and all the news from your smartphone thanks to select subscriptions, dedicated group apps and also the official Women’s Euro app.
Watch the ladies’ euro from abroad
If you have a Canal+ subscription, and you don’t want to miss this sporting event while traveling abroad, you can subscribe to a VPN (“Virtual Private Network”).
With it, hide your location and browse websites as if you were in your home country (or anywhere in the world).
Our VPN is currently NordVPN but to learn more you can refer to our selection of the best VPNs, some of which are free.