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BROADCAST GUIDE | UEFA WOMEN’S EURO 2022 coverage begins today LIVE on OPTUS SPORT

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This Thursday, 7 July, Optus Sport kicks off its live and exclusive coverage of UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 with more ways than ever for fans to get their football fix.

With a record number of tickets already sold – more than double that of the 2017 tournament in the Netherlands – this year’s three-week event, across 10 venues and eight host cities throughout England, sees some of the world’s best players duel it out for the chance to be crowned football’s European Champions for 2022. So, who will it be?

England may be the favourites to take out the tournament, but Spain will no doubt have something to say about that with its squad jam-packed with Barcelona Femeni players who are basking in the afterglow of a 30-game winning streak last season.

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France, too, is looking in with a chance albeit without the help of superstar, Amandine Henry – controversially overlooked by head coach, Corinne Diacre – depending instead on eight-time Champions League winner, Wendie Renard to help bring home the silverware.

Straight out of the gates on opening night, the hosts take on Austria on the hallowed turf of Old Trafford, before Norway meet Northern Ireland in Southampton’s St Mary’s Stadium the following morning.

From there, games will be played at 2am and 5am AEST everyday throughout the first two rounds of group stages before simultaneous kick-offs end each round.  Daily quarterfinals will be played from 21 – 24 July ahead of a 2am (AEST) final on 1 August.

Optus Sport is giving football fans more ways than ever to watch the star-studded tournament, from full matches live and on-demand, mini-matches and highlights as standard to creating content around the moments that matter on SnapchatTikTokTwitterInstagramYouTube and Facebook.

Customers can watch Optus Sport on their favourite screens and devices via Fetch, Apple TV, Android TV compatible Smart TVs, LG Smart TVs, Apple Airplay, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, Xbox, compatible Samsung Smart TVs or desktop, or on-the-go via tablet, mobile, or laptop.

FULL FIXTURES (all times in AEST):

July 7 – England vs Austria, 5am (Group A – Old Trafford)

July 8 – Norway vs N Ireland, 5am (Group A – St Mary’s Stadium)

July 9 – Spain vs Finland, 2am (Group B – Stadium MK)

July 9 – Germany vs Denmark, 5am (Group B – Brentford Community Stadium)

July 10 – Portugal vs Switzerland, 2am (Group C – Leigh Sports Village)

July 10 – Netherlands vs Sweden, 5am (Group C – Bramall Lane)

July 11 – Belgium vs Iceland, 2am (Group D – Academy Stadium)

July 11 – France vs Italy, 5am (Group D – New York Stadium)

July 12 – Austria vs N Ireland, 2am (Group A – St Mary’s Stadium)

July 12 – England vs Norway, 5am (Group A – Falmer Stadium)

July 13 – Denmark vs Finland, 2am (Group B – Stadium MK)

July 13 – Germany vs Spain, 5am (Group B – Brentford Community Stadium)

July 14 – Sweden vs Switzerland, 2am (Group C – Bramall Lane)

July 14 – Netherlands vs Portugal, 5am (Group C – Leigh Sports Village)

July 15 – Italy vs Iceland, 2am (Group D – Academy Stadium)

July 15 – France vs Belgium, 5am (Group D – New York Stadium)

July 16 – N Ireland vs England, 5am (Group A – St Mary’s Stadium)

July 16 – Austria vs Norway, 5am (Group A – Falmer Stadium)

July 17 – Finland vs Germany, 5am (Group B – Stadium MK)

July 17 – Denmark vs Spain, 5am (Group B – Brentford Community Stadium)

July 18 – Switzerland vs Netherlands, 2am (Group C – Bramall Lane)

July 18 – Sweden vs Portugal, 2am (Group C – Leigh Sports Village)

July 19 – Iceland vs France, 5am (Group D – New York Stadium)

July 19 – Italy vs Belgium, 5am (Group D – Academy Stadium)

July 21 – Winner Group A vs 2nd Group B, 5am (QF, Falmer Stadium)

July 22 – Winner Group B vs 2nd Group A, 5am (QF, Brentford Community Stadium)

July 23 – Winner Group C vs 2nd Group D, 5am (QF, Leigh Sports Village)

July 24 – Winner Group D vs 2nd Group C, 5am (QF, New York Stadium)

July 27 – Semi-final, 5am (Bramall Lane)

July 28 – Semi-final, 5am (Stadium MK)

August 1– Final, 2am (Wembley Stadium)

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