Brighton and Hove News » Tickets on sale for Women’s Euro football matches in Brighton


Tickets have gone on sale for the final of the Euro 2022 women’s football tournament, including the three matches which will be played at Brighton.

England are due to play their second group stage match against Norway at the American Express Community Stadium, Falmer on Monday July 11, with an 8pm kick-off.

And on Friday July 15, Norway are due to return for their final group stage match against Austria, also with an 8pm start.

Norway could prove a formidable opponent, having reached the final six times and won the tournament twice. England also face Northern Ireland in their group.

And if England win their group, they could meet the Amex on Wednesday July 20 for a quarter-final against Denmark, Finland, Germany or Spain, with a new kick-off at 8 p.m.

The final is scheduled for Sunday July 31 at 5 p.m. at Wembley Stadium.

The tournament organizers said it “promises to be the biggest women’s sporting event in European history”.

And Brighton and Hove City Council said fans “will be able to see some of the best players in the world go head-to-head, including England’s all-time leading goalscorer Ellen White, who will be looking to add to her record when the Lionesses will come to Brighton.”

Councilor Martin Osborne, who co-chairs the council’s Tourism, Equalities, Communities and Culture Committee, said: ‘We are delighted to be hosting such a prestigious sporting event in the city this summer and are working hard to provide a exciting and memorable experience for our residents and visitors.

“With the best players in the world on display and a record number of tickets on offer for the matches, the atmosphere of the Women’s Euro 22 promises to be special.

“The tournament always delivers great footballing moments, and the stage is set for Brighton to provide fans with the opportunity to experience these first-hand.

“And with tickets ranging from £5 to £50, a family of four can watch some of the best players in the world from just £30.”

Over 350,000 tickets have already been sold for the tournament during the pre-sale phase of public voting and group bookings.

Sixteen nations are due to take part in this year’s tournament at nine venues across England, including the Amex, Old Trafford and Wembley.

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