UEFA Women's EURO 2022
Football is for everyone
We know from our Girls' Attitudes Survey that girls want more visibility of women’s sport.
In our research, we found that two thirds of young women aged 17-21 thought that having less women’s sport on TV than men’s sends a message that sport is mostly for boys and men. Four in five girls think that greater visibility of women’s sport will inspire more girls to be active.
That’s why we’re so pleased to be working together with UEFA Women’s EURO 2022.
How we're working together
Working together, our goal is to help more girls and young women enjoy football and feel confident that it’s a sport for them. Through our partnership, girls of all ages can participate in free football-themed activities, collect a commemorative badge, and explore all areas of the beautiful game.
Get our exclusive badge and bottle, and download the free football topper activities from our online shop now!
We also gave Girlguiding members, including their families, access to affordable tickets to UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 group-stage matches ahead of general sale.
With guiding girls have fun, adventure and the space to discover their potential. And through partnering with UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 we will work to break down the barriers preventing girls and young women from participating in football, whether by watching games or playing them.
About UEFA Women's EURO 2022
UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 is coming to England this summer and promises to be the biggest women’s sporting event in Europe. The tournament scheduled to take place from 6-31 July will see the pinnacle of women’s football compete for Europe’s biggest prize. 16 teams will be in action at 10 different venues in 9 cities across the country with Old Trafford hosting the opening match and Wembley Stadium staging the final, marking a unique moment of hosting back-to-back men’s and women’s EURO final events.
Over 700,000 tickets will be available for the tournament with matches also taking place in Brighton & Hove, Brentford, Manchester, Milton Keynes, Rotherham, Sheffield, Southampton, and Wigan & Leigh.