How to watch the Women's Euro 2022 Final: England v Germany

Women's Euro 2022 final live stream: Leah Williamson Women's Euro 2022
Women's Euro 2022 final live stream: England captain Leah Williamson will be hoping to lift the Euros trophy on 31 July (Image credit: Getty)

The Women's Euro 2022 final will see England face Germany in front of a packed Wembley, after the Lionesses defeated Sweden in Tuesday's semi-final. 

It will be England's first major final since 2009 and they will be hoping to win their first ever major title. 

When England last hosted the tournament in 2005, it barely registered with the public, but the rising profile of the women's game means millions have been gripped by football fever over the last few weeks. 

Nearly 10m people tuned in to watch England’s victory over Sweden in the semi-final on BBC1, with fans will dreaming of glory after scoring four against the tournament's highest ranked team. 

After crashing out in the semi-finals of Euro 2017, this time Sarina Wiegman's Lionesses will be hoping to go one better and lift the trophy on Sunday. Here's how you can follow all the action... 

When is the Women's Euro 2022 final? 

The Women's Euro 2022 final will be played on Sunday 31st July at Wembley Stadium in London, kick-off will be 5pm. 

Sarina Wiegman will be taking charge of her second consecutive final, after taking the Netherlands all the way in 2017. Meanwhile Britta Carlson will take charge of the Germans, who are hoping to win their ninth Euro title. 

How can I watch the Women's Euro 2022 final for free in the UK?

The game will be broadcast live on BBC1 and you can stream it on the BBC iPlayer. Gabby Logan will be joined by Alex Scott, Ian Wright and other guests as coverage begins at 3.50pm, bringing all the build-up ahead of kick-off at 5pm.

If the scores are level after 90 minutes, 30 minutes of extra time will be played, followed by a penalty shoot. 

How to watch Women's Euro 2022 final live streams from outside your country

We have details on how to watch the game in your normal country. However, if you're trying to access these services outside your country, you might run into some frustrating digital barriers. Thankfully, you'll be able to solve that issue with a Virtual Private Network (VPN)

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How can I watch Women's Euro 2022 final in the US?

ESPN owns the US broadcast rights for the tournament, with the network planning to air all 31 matches, on ESPN, ESPN2 or ESPN+. 

Women's Euro 2022 venues

The tournament will be played at ten venues across the UK, including Old Trafford, Brighton & Hove Community Stadium, Brentford Community Stadium, Wembley, Manchester City Academy Stadium, Stadium MK, Rotherham's New York Stadium, Bramall Lane, St Mary's and Leigh Sports Village.

Vivianne Miedema Women's Euro 2022

Vivianne Miedema will play up front for champions, the Netherlands (Image credit: Getty)

Women's Euro 2022 groups

England and Northern Ireland are both in Group A and will meet on Friday 18 July at St Mary's Stadium in Southampton. While holders, the Netherlands will come up against Sweden, who are second in the FIFA rankings in Group C. 

Group A: EnglandAustria, Norway, Northern Ireland
Group B: Germany, Denmark, Spain, Finland
Group C: Netherlands, Sweden, Switzerland, Portugal
Group D: France, Italy, Belgium, Iceland

Women's Euro 2022 full fixtures

Below is the full schedule list of the entire tournament including the knock-out stages (all times UK).

Group stage:

Wednesday July 6

Group A: England vs Austria – Old Trafford (8pm)

Thursday July 7

Group A: Norway vs Northern Ireland – St Mary’s (8pm)

Friday July 8

Group B: Spain vs Finland – Stadium MK (5pm)

Group B: Germany vs Denmark – London Community Stadium (8pm)

Saturday July 9

Group C: Portugal vs Switzerland – Leigh Sports Village (5pm)

Group C: Netherlands vs Sweden – Bramall Lane (8pm)

Sunday July 10

Group D: Belgium vs Iceland – Manchester City Academy Stadium (5pm)

Group D: France vs Italy – New York Stadium (8pm

Monday July 11

Group A: Austria vs Northern Ireland – St Mary’s (5pm)

Group A: England v Norway – Brighton and Hove Community Stadium (8pm)

Tuesday July 12

Group B: Denmark vs Finland – Stadium MK (5pm)

Group B: Germany vs Spain – London Community Stadium (8pm)

Wednesday July 13

Group C: Sweden vs Switzerland – Bramall Lane (5pm)

Group C: Netherlands vs Portugal – Leigh Sports Village (8pm)

Thursday July 14

Group D: Italy vs Iceland – Manchester City Academy Stadium (5pm)

Group D: France vs Belgium – New York Stadium (8pm)

Friday July 15

Group A: Northern Ireland vs England – St Mary’s (8pm)

Group A: Austria vs Norway – Brighton and Hove Community Stadium (8pm)

Saturday July 16

Group B: Finland vs Germany – Stadium MK (8pm)

Group B: Denmark vs Spain – London Community Stadium (8pm)

Sunday July 17

Group C: Switzerland vs Netherlands – Bramall Lane (5pm)

Group C: Sweden vs Portugal – Leigh Sports Village (5pm)

Monday July 18

Group D: Iceland vs France – New York Stadium (8pm)

Group D: Italy vs Belgium – Manchester City Academy Stadium (8pm)

Knock-out phase:


Wednesday July 20

Quarter-final 1: England vs Spain – Brighton and Hove Community Stadium (8pm)

Thursday July 21

Quarter-final 2: Germany vs Austria – London Community Stadium (8pm)

Friday July 22

Quarter-final 3: Sweden vs Belgium – Leigh Sports Village (8pm)

Quarter-final 4: France vs Netherlands – New York Stadium (8pm)


Tuesday July 26

Semi-final 1: England v Sweden -Bramall Lane (8pm)

Wednesday July 27

Semi-final 2: Germany v France – Stadium MK (8pm)


Sunday July 31

ENGLAND vs GERMANY – Wembley (5pm)

Ada Hegerberg Women's Euro 2022

Ada Hegerberg will lead Norway's charge in Group A (Image credit: Getty)

Who are the favourites to win the Women's Euro 2022 final? 

At the time of writing, the bookies make England, who have home advantage, slight favourites at roughly 8/11, while Germany are evens. 

Sean Marland
Feature writer for TV Times, What's On TV, TV & Satellite Week and

Sean has been writing about all things telly for over 10 years and in that time he's been lucky enough to interview stars like Ian McKellen, Tom Hardy and Kate Winslet. His favourite shows are The Great British Bake-Off, People Just Do Nothing and Succession and in his spare time he enjoys drinking tea, doing crosswords and watching football.