How to Watch Women’s Euro 2022 final at Wembley Stadium: All you need to know

How to watch the Women's Euro 2022 final at Wembley Stadium: All you need to know

GET READY, football fans, as we are approaching the close of this exciting Women’s Euro 2022 tournament – and it is going to be a mouth-watering one to watch.

There are only four teams left in the competition and the final will be held in less than seven days.

During the group stages of this summer’s World Cup, England set a record of 14 goals without reply and are considered to be the favorites to win the trophy.

The other three nations who remain all managed to secure top positions in their knockout qualifying groups as well.

You can find more information about the Euro 2022 final below, including who still has a chance to win it.

Locations and capacities of each of the UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 stadiums: FIFA Women’s EURO 2022 stadiums

How soon will the final of Women’s Euro 2022 be held?

  • Sunday, July 31st will be the big day when the showpiece event will be held.
  • A start time of 5 pm will be set for the game, which will take place in the United Kingdom.
  • There will be a huge show in the Wembley Stadium in London for this huge show, which can hold a staggering 90,000 spectators at once.
  • There will now be a Community Shield match between Liverpool and Manchester City at the King Power Stadium in place of the previous one between Liverpool and Manchester City.

What is the best way to watch the final of the Women’s Euro 2022?

It is confirmed that BBC One in the UK will be broadcasting the Women’s Euro 2022 final LIVE for FREE to valid TV license holders for the duration of the tournament.


In the hour leading up to kick-off, there will be live coverage of the pre-match action from 4 pm UK time.


On BBC Sport’s website or the BBC iPlayer app, viewers will also have the option to stream the entire match live.

In this year’s Women’s Euro 2022, who can make it to the finals?

The semi-finals will be held on Tuesday, July 26, and Wednesday, July 27 of this year. Four huge, huge nations remain in the competition, and the semi-finals will be held on two days.