The women’s European Championship will take place in England from July 6th to 31st. There are two exciting games to watch again today: Denmark plays Finland at 6 p.m. and Germany meets Spain at 9 p.m. We tell you where you can watch which game.

Football fans will get their money’s worth this year. Not only the men’s World Cup will be held in Qatar from November 21st. The European Women’s Championship, which begins on July 6 with the opening match between England and Austria, also promises exciting entertainment.

Unlike the men’s World Cup, the women’s European Championship takes place in a country with a long footballing tradition. The European Championship will be held in England, for many the motherland of football. How the German soccer players, but also the other nations will fight, can be followed in the first and in the ZDF. Both broadcasters will broadcast all matches live, although not necessarily on linear television. In any case, all the games of the German team can be seen there. For some other games, the fans have to use the live stream of the public broadcasters, which can be accessed via the respective websites. The sports streaming service DAZN also shows all games.

According to “”, the exact dates for the broadcast of the knockout round have not yet been determined. But it is already known when the preliminary round can be rooted for.

Germany – Spain, Tuesday, July 12, 2022, from 9:00 p.m. (ARD)

Finland – Germany, Saturday, July 16, 2022, from 9 p.m. (ZDF)

England – Austria, Wednesday, July 6, from 9 p.m. (ARD,

Spain – Finland, Friday, July 8, from 6 p.m. (ZDF, “”)

Portugal – Switzerland, Saturday, July 9 from 6 p.m. (ARD, “”)

England – Norway, Monday, July 11 from 9 p.m. (ZDF, “”)

Denmark – Finland, Tuesday, July 12 from 6 p.m. (ARD, “”)

Sweden – Switzerland, Wednesday, July 13 from 6 p.m. (ZDF, “”)

Netherlands – Portugal, Wednesday, July 13 from 9 p.m. (ZDF, “”)

Italy – Iceland, Thursday, July 14 from 6 p.m. (ARD, “”)

France – Belgium, Thursday, July 14 from 9 p.m. (ARD, “”)

Northern Ireland – England, Friday, July 15 from 9 p.m. (ARD, “”)

Norway – Northern Ireland, Thursday July 7th, from 9 p.m. (ARD:

Netherlands – Sweden, Saturday, July 9th from 9 p.m. (ARD:

Belgium – Iceland, Sunday, July 10 from 6 p.m. (ARD:

France – Italy, Sunday, July 10 from 9 p.m. (ARD:

Austria – Northern Ireland, Monday 11 July from 6 p.m. (ZDF:

Austria – Norway, Friday, July 15 from 9 p.m. (ARD:

Denmark – Spain, Saturday, July 16 from 9 p.m. (ZDF:

Switzerland – Netherlands, Sunday, July 17 from 6 p.m. (ZDF:

Sweden – Portugal, Sunday, July 17 from 6 p.m. (ZDF:

Iceland – France, Monday, July 18 from 9 p.m. (ZDF:

Italy – Belgium, Monday, July 18 from 9 p.m. (ZDF:

Even if the competition is quite strong, the German women’s team has good chances at the World Cup. After all, the German players have won the most titles with a total of eight titles at the women’s European Championships, which have been held since 1984. However, the team has been struggling with problems lately. At Euro 2017 they only made it to the quarter-finals, just like at the 2019 World Cup in France, where Germany lost 2-1 to Sweden.

The Spaniards have a role as favourites, even if they have never won a European or World Cup. The reason: Numerous players are in the squad at FC Barcelona. And he won the triple in 2021 and the double in 2022.

Of course, the Netherlands are also among the teams to be reckoned with. Because the Dutch team won the last European Championship in 2017 and was vice world champion in 2019.

And of course there are the hostesses from England. After all, the English women reached the semifinals at the 2019 World Cup, as well as at the EM 2017.

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