Thousands of tickets set to go on sale in Milton Keynes for Women's Euro 2022

Four matches, including a semi-final, will be played at Stadium MK

Wednesday, 19th May 2021, 12:00 pm
European Championship trophy at Wembley

Around 120,000 tickets will be available to watch the Women’s European Championships in Milton Keynes.

Stadium MK home of MK Dons, will host four matches, including a semi-final, next summer, with the aim of filling stadiums up and down the country.

Milton Keynes will play host to Group B matches on July 8, 12 and 16, 2022, before the semi-final on Wednesday July 27, four days ahead of the Wembley final. The draw for the groups is yet to be made.

Next summer’s celebration of football sees tickets ranging from £5 to £50, with over half a million tickets available for £25 or less, ensuring the UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 is an accessible event for all.

With Stadium MK’s capacity at around 30,000, it means there will be plenty of tickets available for the games taking place next summer.

Chris Bryant, Head of Tournament Delivery, The FA, said: “We are aware of the huge opportunity we have to grow the women’s game here and across Europe.

“To have that legacy, we must ensure we first deliver a record-breaking tournament that captures the imagination, to provide those vital foundations.

“It is an exciting time as UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 really starts to take shape now, with the Pre-Sale, presented by Visa for tickets in July 2021.

“With 10 venues, nine host cities and over 700,000 tickets available there is a real opportunity for people to play their part in creating a special tournament with incredible footballing talent on display.

“With 16 of the best European Nations competing across 31 matches, we want to see full stadiums, generating an incredible atmosphere, so be sure to register for the Pre-Sale, presented by Visa so you don’t miss out on getting tickets.”

>> The first chance supporters will have to apply for tickets is on July 13, 2021, via the Pre-Sale, presented by Visa.

To ensure this priority access, fans can register their interest now at