Join in the football fun as nine stadiums in eight cities across England host the UEFA Women's EURO 2022 games, with the final taking place at London's Wembley Stadium.
Watch teams from 16 nations compete for the chance to be crowned the champions of European football. As the host nation, England's team, the Lionesses, automatically get a place in the tournament.
The remaining 15 spaces will be decided in the qualifying group stages and play-offs, followed by the tournament draw.
London is set to host four matches at Brentford Community Stadium, before the action moves to Wembley Stadium for the final on 21 July, providing plenty of opportunities to get behind the Lionesses or cheer on your favourite national team during the postponed UEFA Women's EURO 2021.
Keen to get involved? You can register your interest to volunteer at the UEFA Women's EURO 2022. Check back later for more information about the programme of events running alongside the tournament.
The UEFA Women's EURO 2021 was originally due to take place in July 2021, but is now taking place in July 2022.