As a global city, London remains one of the most diverse, exciting and dynamic places to visit. Not only is it the most connected city on earth, England’s thriving capital offers a world-class experience, celebrating international sport like no other.

Once in a life-time experiences await new and returning fans in London – a city bursting with energy, creativity and opportunity.

Matches in London


Friday 8 July:
Germany vs Denmark (Group B, 20:00)

Tuesday 12 July:
Germany vs Spain (Group B, 20:00)

Saturday 16 July:
Denmark vs Spain (Group B, 20:00)

Thursday 21 July:
Quarter-final (20:00)


Sunday 31 July:
Final (17:00)

Kick-off times BST

What to do

In London, fans will find a ‘home from home’ welcome alongside a wealth of history, culture, and entertainment to enjoy. From renowned sightseeing attractions and fun-filled days out, to top restaurants and the West End theatre scene. Not forgetting the bustling markets, historic museums and beautiful Royal Parks.

Visitors can discover one of the world’s most dynamic cultural scenes, with 67 Michelin-starred restaurants, eight Royal Parks, 192 museums, as well as art trails, outdoor markets and more.

Football heritage

Football has been played in London for centuries and has changed dramatically over the years. From 1572, when Elizabeth I tried to ban football, to 1863 where present-day football took shape at the Freemason’s Tavern in Covent Garden. The Football League was founded in March 1888 at the Anderton’s Hotel on Fleet Street with the Premier League following in 1992 with its headquarters in Marylebone.

London is the home of Wembley Stadium, venue for most England men’s and some women’s games, as well as the men’s and women’s FA Cup finals. Among the host of clubs ground is the Brentford Community Stadium, like Wembley a UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 venue.

Local legacy

UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 will provide a springboard for the continued growth of women’s and girls’ football in England. In London the legacy programme aims to:

  • Expand Wildcats provision for girls aged 5 to 11 in schools, clubs and community hubs.
  • Provide flexible opportunities for teenage girls and women to play football at times/places that suit them.
  • Deliver a range of participation programmes targeted at under-represented groups.

All leading to:

  • 24 Wildcats providers offering more than 600 opportunities for girls to take part in football (from 15 to 24 providers).
  • 175 new female coaches and Playmakers and double the number of female referees.
  • At least 20 new competitive playing opportunities for women aged 16+.


Inspiring the Next Generation

@InspiredByEngland2022 is an Instagram channel dedicated to all the exciting, entertaining, powerful and inspiring stories and content from UEFA Women’s EURO 2022.

When sharing your stories or students’ work from your classroom, be sure to tag @InspiredByEngland2022 and use the hashtag #WEURO2022!