Women’s Euro 2022 tickets: Are there still tickets available, how much, where to buy

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England will be aiming to secure their place at Wembley for the Women’s Euro 2022 final on Sunday, July 31, after comepting in the semi finals, taking place this week.

The Lionesses are one of four sides in action in the semi-finals, as Sarina Wiegman’s side face Sweden in the first of the last-four fixtures on Tuesday, July 26.

Germany take on France in the other encounter on Wednesday, July 27, in Milton Keynes. All four sides will be battling it out to secure their place in the showpiece final on Sunday, July 31.

It’s certain to be the hottest ticket in town, with the game already likely to break all manner of records for attendances at a European Championship.

Here’s everything you need to know about whether it’s still possible to secure tickets.

When will Women’s Euro 2022 final tickets go on sale?

The final at Wembley has been sold out since the start of the tournament. That though doesn’t mean there won’t be more tickets made available.

Throughout the tournament, additional allocations have been made available for sides progressing to the quarter-finals and semi-finals. These extra tickets have gone on sale the morning after each side have been in action.

It therefore appears likely that more tickets will be made available for the final in the same manner. Tickets for England or Sweden fans would go on sale Wednesday morning, while tickets for Germany or France fans would go on sale on Thursday morning.

UEFA’s official ticketing account on Twitter will have more information, and should alert supporters as to whether any more tickets become available. Tickets will be available to purchase from UEFA’s website.

Can I get tickest for the Women’s Euro 2022 semi-finals?

Tickets are currently sold out on UEFA.com for the Women’s Euro semi-finals 2022.

Who will play in the Women’s Euro 2022 final?

The first semi-final between England and Sweden is at Sheffield’s Bramall Lane on Tuesday 26 July. Then Germany will take on France that evening at Stadium MK in Milton Keynes. The winners of those matches will go onto play in the final at Wembley Stadium. This will be the first Women’s Euro final at Wembley though the stadium has hosted the men’s Euro twice and the1966 FIFA World Cup.

When and where can I watch the Women’s Euro 2022 finals in London?

If you’re unable to get your hands on tickets, follow our handy guide packed with places to see the games in London, from Trafalgar Square to Boxpark.

The final will be played on Sunday 31 July, kicking off at 18:00 CET, or 17:00 UK time.

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