*UPDATED* Women’s EURO 2022 results, fixtures and kick-off times

UEFA EURO 2022 is upon us and it will be one of the most exciting and best supported in the history of the women’s game.

England is the host country for this summer’s tournament and with the Women’s Super League considered the most competitive domestic women’s league in the world, there is certainly a lot of expectation on the Lionesses.

Sarina Wiegmann’s side will kick off the campaign on Wednesday evening when they host Austria at Old Trafford, with the hometown team heavily favored.

Here are all the confirmed fixtures, results and kick-off times for the upcoming EURO 2022 Women’s tournament.

Results of the group stage of EURO-2022 among women

Wednesday, July 6

Thursday, July 7

  • Norway 4-1 Northern Ireland (20:00 KO)

Friday, July 8

  • Spain 4-1 Finland (17:00 KO)
  • Germany 4-0 Denmark (20:00 KO)

Saturday, July 9

  • Portugal 2-2 Switzerland (17:00 KO)
  • Netherlands 1-1 Sweden (20:00 KO)

Sunday, July 10

  • Belgium 1-1 Iceland (17:00 KO)
  • France 5-1 Italy (20:00 KO)

Monday, July 11

  • Austria 2-0 Northern Ireland (17:00 KO)
  • England 8-0 Norway (20:00 KO)

Tuesday, July 12

  • Denmark 1-0 Finland (17:00 KO)
  • Germany 2-0 Spain (20:00 KO)

Wednesday, July 13

  • Sweden 2-1 Switzerland (17:00 KO)
  • Netherlands 3-2 Portugal (20:00 KO)

Thursday, July 14

  • Italy 1-1 Iceland (17:00 KO)
  • France 2-1 Belgium (20:00 KO)

Friday, July 15

  • Austria 1-0 Norway (20:00 KO)
  • Northern Ireland 0-5 England (20:00 KO)

Saturday, July 16

  • Denmark 0-1 Spain (20:00 KO)
  • Finland 0-3 Germany (20:00 KO)

Sunday, July 17

  • Sweden 5-0 Portugal (17:00 KO)
  • Switzerland 1-4 Netherlands (17:00 KO)

Monday, July 18

  • Iceland 1-1 France (20:00 KO)
  • Italy 0-1 Belgium (20:00 KO)

The results of the quarter-finals of EURO-2022 among women

Wednesday, July 20

  • England 2-1 Spain (AET) (20:00 KO)

Thursday, July 21

  • Germany 2-0 Austria (20:00 KO)

Friday, July 22

  • Sweden 1-0 Belgium (20:00 KO)

Saturday, July 23

  • France – Netherlands (20:00 KO)

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