The 2022 Women's European Championships take place in England between 6 and 31 July, featuring 16 teams, 10 stadiums, nine cities and some of the finest players in world football.
The tournament promises to be a fantastic celebration of the women's game, and with a number of top teams in the draw and no clear favourite, an unpredictable month of action is in store.
The tournament is also vying to be as accessible as possible, with tickets available for as little as £5. Here's everything you need to know about buying tickets and attending matches for Euro 2022.
How can I buy Women's Euro 2022 tickets?
Tickets for Euro 2022 are available to purchase through Uefa's official ticketing portal: www.uefa.com/womenseuro/ticketing/
When can I buy Women's Euro 2022 tickets?
Tickets for Euro 2022 first went on pre-sale in July 2021 for fans who had pre-registered.
Tickets went on general sale for everyone on Monday 28 March 2022 - 100 days before the tournament kicks off at Old Trafford.
Which Women's Euro 2022 matches have sold out?
Tickets for Euro 2022 were in high demand, with the final selling out within an hour of going on general sale.
In addition to the final, a further seven Euro 2022 matches have already sold out of available tickets, including all of England's group matches, plus two of the four quarter finals.
The matches that have currently sold out of all available tickets are:
England vs Austria (6 July - 20:00, Old Trafford)
Belgium vs Iceland (10 July - 20:00, Academy Stadium)
England vs Norway (11 July - 17:00, Amex Stadium)
Italy vs Iceland (14 July - 20:00, Academy Stadium)
Northern Ireland vs England (15 July - 20:00, St Mary’s)
Quarter final two: Winner Group B vs Runner-up Group A (21 July - 20:00, Brentford Community Stadium)
Quarter final three: Winner Group C vs Runner-up Group D (22 July - 20:00, Leigh Sports Village)
Final (31 July - 17:00, Wembley)
How much do Women's Euro 2022 tickets cost?
England’s group games, which begin at Old Trafford and move to Brighton and then Southampton, start at £15 for adults and £7.50 for under 16s, up to a maximum of £40 depending on the seats that are chosen.
Group stage fixtures not involving hosts England are priced at as little as £15 for under 16s, with adult prices ranging from £10 to £20 depending on the seat.
Quarter final fixtures will cost between £10 and £30 for adults, and £5 and £15 for concessions. Semi final tickets are priced at between £15 to £40 for adults and £5 and £15 for concessions.
The final takes place at Wembley on 31 July, with tickets between £15 and £50 for adults, and £7.50 to £25 for concessions.
Where can I watch Women's Euro 2022?
For fan looking to attend matches in person, ten stadiums across England are in use for Euro 2022.
- The Academy Stadium, Manchester
- The Amex Stadium, Brighton
- Bramall Lane, Sheffield
- Brentford Community Stadium, London
- Leigh Sports Village, Leigh
- New York Stadium, Rotherham
- Old Trafford, Trafford
- Stadium MK, Milton Keynes
- St. Mary's Stadium, Southampton
- Wembley Stadium, London
For those who can't get to matches, all the games will be aired for free on the BBC in the UK.