The UEFA European Women’s Championship was due to be played in 2021. But because of Covid-19 and the men’s tournament, it was moved to 2022. The UEFA European Championship for men was scheduled in 2020 but couldn’t take place because of the pandemic. For that reason, the choice was made to play this tournament one year later. That displacement had as a consequence that both the male and the female players would be playing at the same time.
The Women’s’s Euro was to be held in England in 2021 after Wembley hosted the men’s tournament in 2020. They would have been hosting the finals, semi-finals, two quarterfinals and a few games in the group stage. Covid-19 changed those plans. England will be hosting the men in 2021 and even gets some games that were due to be played in Ireland.
The women will be welcomed from 6 July until 31 July 2022. It will be the first Euro for women where goal-line technology and VAR (video assistant referee) will be used. The draw for the group stage will take place 28 October in Manchester. The Women’s Euro’s may be far away, but that gives you enough time to prepare yourself. Here is a start with the most important information from the qualifications on each team.article WEuro 2022