Sheffield

Sheffield is a city better known for things that have been made here – think cutlery, silverware and the invention of stainless steel – than a landscape where more than a third of the city is in the Peak National Park, and where the five rivers and seven hills Sheffield is built upon create a perfect environment to experience some glorious wide open spaces.

Matches in Sheffield

Saturday 9 July:
Netherlands vs Sweden (Group C, 20:00)

Wednesday 13 July:
Sweden vs Switzerland (Group C, 17:00)

Sunday 17 July:
Switzerland vs Netherlands (Group C, 17:00)

Tuesday 26 July:
Semi-final (20:00)

All times BST

What to do

You’ll find so much to enjoy as you start to explore. Look up as you go to see awesome architecture, and step inside the amazing array of repurposed buildings now housing independent eateries, bars and micro breweries. You can’t miss the thriving arts scene and live entertainment – from the open-air galleries created by street art trails to a collection of masterpieces hung in neo-classical galleries. Stop to listen to buskers on the street before you head into a live gig and listen to a band.

Football heritage

Don’t miss the football walking tour app to learn about Sheffield’s many claims to football fame, and the global influence on the game, as you follow a route introducing you to the ten top footballing spots in the city, whose Sheffield FC is considered the oldest still-existing club in the world.

Local legacy

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

  • Engage with over 90% of primary and secondary schools to offer girls-only football opportunities by 2024.
  • Double the number of recreational opportunities through Wildcats and Premier League Kicks.
  • Launch a range of female-only competitions across all age groups.

All leading to:

  • 140 primary schools engaged in the Girls’ Football School Partnership programme by 2024.
  • 50% more girls aged 5-16 years old having a recreational opportunity within five miles of their homes.
  • Double the number of female coaches and female referees.

GROUP TICKETS

Bring your School to UEFA Women’s EURO 2022.
Make sure your pupils get the chance to experience this exciting, record-breaking tournament!
Tickets are now available until 3pm Tuesday 8 February. Enter access code ‘SCHOOLS’ to secure your group tickets.

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GROUP TICKETS

Bring your School to UEFA Women’s EURO 2022.
Make sure your pupils get the chance to experience this exciting, record-breaking tournament!
Tickets are now available until 3pm Tuesday 8 February. Enter access code ‘SCHOOLS’ to secure your group tickets.