Where to watch Women’s Euro 2022 in the US and Canada: TV channels, UEFA tournament live streams

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UEFA Women’s Euro 2022 takes place in England from July 6-31, and it’s the 13th edition of a competition that first took place in 1984.

host country England is one of the favorites to win the tournament for the first time on home soil, especially after the best player in the world, Alexia Putellas, suffered a torn ACL on the eve of the tournament, putting a blow in spain odds.

Germanywinners of eight of the 12 Euro tournaments organized so far, will certainly be in the running, as will the defending champion Netherlandsestablished power Franceand regular suitors Sweden.

The European Championship is one of the most coveted trophies in women’s football, and there are no Olympic or World Cup berths attached to this tournament. A total of 16 teams will face off with a winner crowned after 31 matches.

Here are the details you need to know to watch the games in the US and Canada.

TO KNOW: Who has won the most women’s Euros?

Where to watch the Women’s Euro in the US and Canada

UNITED STATES Canada
Appointment July 6-31 July 6-31
time setting) 12 p.m. & 3 p.m. 12 p.m. & 3 p.m.
TV channel ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, TUDN
Diffusion fuboTV, ESPN+, ViX UEFA.tv

UNITED STATES: UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 will be televised and streamed in the United States by ESPN (English) and TUDN (Spanish). All but three of the 31 total games will be shown on fuboTV.

ESPN will broadcast 21 games on ESPN2 and two on ESPN, including the final. TUDN will televise 18 matches, with the rest appearing on the ViX streaming platform.

CANADA: The Women’s Euro will be broadcast exclusively by UEFA.tv in Canada.

Women’s Euro 2022 standings, schedule and scores

If teams are tied on points in the group stages, the first three ties under tournament rules (section 2, article 18):

  1. Overall goal differential;
  2. Overall goals scored;
  3. Points in head-to-head matches.

group A

Nation generalist Points WDL GD
1. Norway 1 3 1-0-0 +3
2. England 1 3 1-0-0 +1
3. Austria 1 0 0-0-1 -1
4. Northern Ireland 1 0 0-0-1 -3

X = Qualified for the quarter-finals

Date Match Time (ET) UNITED STATES
Television and streaming
Canada
Television and streaming
Wed 6 July England 1Austria 0 STRONG POINTS
Thu 7 July Norway 4North Ireland 1 STRONG POINTS
mon 11 july Austria v Northern Ireland 12 p.m. ESPN2, fuboTV, ViX UEFA.tv
mon 11 july England v Norway 3 p.m. ESPN2, TUDN, fubo TV UEFA.tv
Fri 15 July Northern Ireland v England 3 p.m. ESPN2, TUDN, fuboTV UEFA.tv
Fri 15 July Austria v Norway 3 p.m. ESPN+, ViX UEFA.tv

Group B

Nation generalist Points WDL GD
1. Germany 1 3 1-0-0 +4
2. Spain 1 3 1-0-0 +3
3. Finland 1 0 0-0-1 -3
4. Denmark 1 0 0-0-1 -4

X = Qualified for the quarter-finals

Date Match Time (ET) UNITED STATES
Television and streaming
Canada
Television and streaming
Fri, July 8 Spain 4Finland 1 STRONG POINTS
Fri, July 8 Germany 4Denmark 0 STRONG POINTS
Tue 12 July Denmark vs Finland 12 p.m. ESPN2, fuboTV, ViX UEFA.tv
Tue 12 July Germany vs Spain 3 p.m. ESPN2, TUDN, fuboTV UEFA.tv
Sat 16 July Finland v Germany 3 p.m. ESPN2, fuboTV, ViX UEFA.tv
Sat 16 July Denmark v Spain 3 p.m. TUDN, fuboTV, ESPN+ UEFA.tv

Group C

Nation generalist Points WDL GD
1.Portugal 1 1 0-1-0 0
2. Switzerland 1 1 0-1-0 0
3. Sweden 1 1 0-1-0 0
4. Netherlands 1 1 0-1-0 0

X = Qualified for the quarter-finals

Date Match Time (ET) UNITED STATES
Television and streaming
Canada
Television and streaming
Sat. July 9 Portugal 2Swiss 2 STRONG POINTS
Sat. July 9 Netherlands 1Sweden 1 STRONG POINTS
Wed 13 July Sweden vs Switzerland 12 p.m. ESPN2, fuboTV, ViX UEFA.tv
Wed 13 July Netherlands v Portugal 3 p.m. ESPN2, TUDN, fubo TV UEFA.tv
Sun July 17 Switzerland v Netherlands 12 p.m. ESPN, fuboTV, ViX UEFA.tv
Sun July 17 Sweden v Portugal 12 p.m. ESPN+, ViX UEFA.tv

Group D

Nation generalist Points WDL GD
1. Belgium 0 0 0-0-0 0
2.France 0 0 0-0-0 0
3. Iceland 0 0 0-0-0 0
4. Italy 0 0 0-0-0 0

X = Qualified for the quarter-finals

Date Match Time (ET) UNITED STATES
Television and streaming
Canada
Television and streaming
Sun July 10 Belgium vs Iceland 12 p.m. ESPN2, fuboTV, ViX UEFA.tv
Sun July 10 France against Italy 3 p.m. TUDN, fuboTV, ESPN+ UEFA.tv
Thu 14 July Italy vs Iceland 12 p.m. ESPN2, fuboTV, ViX UEFA.tv
Thu 14 July France against Belgium 3 p.m. TUDN, fuboTV, ESPN+ UEFA.tv
Mon 18 July Iceland vs France 3 p.m. ESPN2, fuboTV, ViX UEFA.tv
Mon 18 July Italy vs Belgium 3 p.m. TUDN, fuboTV, ESPN+ UEFA.tv

Women’s Euro 2022 qualifying

Quarter-finals

Date Match Time (ET) UNITED STATES
Television and streaming
Canada
Television and streaming
Wed 20 July QF#1: A1 against B2 3 p.m. ESPN2, TUDN, fuboTV UEFA.tv
Thu 21 July QF#2: B1 against A2 3 p.m. ESPN2, TUDN, fubo TV UEFA.tv
Fri 22 July EQ #3: C1 versus D2 3 p.m. ESPN2, TUDN, fubo TV UEFA.tv
Sat 23 July QF#4: D1 versus C2 3 p.m. ESPN2, TUDN, fubo TV UEFA.tv

Semi-finals

Date Match Time (ET) UNITED STATES
Television and streaming
Canada
Television and streaming
Tue 26 July QF#1 versus. QF#3 3 p.m. ESPN2, TUDN, fuboTV, ESPN+ UEFA.tv
Wed 27 July QF#2 versus. QF#4 3 p.m. ESPN2, TUDN, fuboTV, ESPN+ UEFA.tv

Final

Date Match Time (ET) UNITED STATES
Television and streaming
Canada
Television and streaming
Sun July 31 Winners of Semi 1 vs Semi 2 12 p.m. ESPN, TUDN, fuboTV, ESPN+ UEFA.tv

Women’s Euro 2022 stadiums

UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 is taking place in England at 10 different venues across the country. Here is the list in descending order of capacity:

Stadium Location Ability Number of matches
Wembley Stadium London 90,000 1
Old Trafford Manchester 74,879 1
Bramall Way Sheffield 32,702 3
St. Mary’s Stadium Southampton 32,505 3
Amex Stadium Brighton 31,800 3
MK Stadium Milton Keynes 30,500 4
Brentford Community Stadium Brentford 17,250 4
New York Stadium Rotherham 12,021 4
Leigh Sports Village Leigh 12,000 4
City Football Academy Stadium Manchester 4,700* 3

*Reduced capacity for tournament due to restrictions on standing areas

Who will win the Women’s Euro 2022?

The English hosts are certainly up there, with an exciting young squad led by Arsenal’s Leah Williamson, and a new manager in Sarina Wiegman, who last won the trophy with the Netherlands. Speaking of the defending Dutch champion, they have the sixth-best odds to win it all.

After beating Denmark 4-0, Germany took a big enough step of +557 to win it all at +382 (plus odds show wins on a $100 bet).

Spain and France are home to some of Europe’s best club teams – Barcelona, ​​Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain and Lyon – so they hope this translates into some form of major tournament.

Win the Women’s Euro 2022

Odds via Sports Interaction (as of July 9)

Crew July 9th July 7
Spain +264 +295
England +303 +286
Germany +382 +557
France +421 +412
Sweden +487 +489
Netherlands +693 +476
Norway +906 +1149
Italy +3188 +2771
Denmark +4375 +2090
Swiss +6420 +6350
Belgium +10900 +10400
Iceland +12800 +12100
Portugal +13700 +13000
Austria +15000 +13300
Finland +50000 +23500
North Ireland +50000 +30700
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