Women’s EURO 2022 fan festival hosted in London’s Trafalgar Square
Women’s EURO fan festival is coming to London’s Trafalgar Square this summer, to celebrate the final week of the tournament.
The Women’s EURO 2022 tournament will take place across nine cities in England, from July 6 until July 31.
London is one of the cities hosting the UEFA tournament matches, and the city will set up a dedicated space in the city for football fans to come together to celebrate.
Find out below how you can take part in the multi-day football fan experience.
When is the Women’s EURO fan festival?
Trafalgar Square will host the fan festival over nine days, from Saturday, July 23, until Sunday, July 21. The fan zone will be open every day between 11 am and 6 pm.
What is the Women’s EURO fan festival?
The fan festival will feature a range of activities from panel discussions, interviews, and music, to exhibition games and coaching sessions on a pop-up festival pitch.
There will be special events, like live screenings of the tournament final, as well as the film, Bend It Like Beckham, which is celebrating its 20th anniversary. The film will screen on July 24.
Plus, there will be food and drink stalls, as well as Women’s EURO 2022 merchandise.
Do you need tickets to visit the Women’s EURO fan festival?
The fan festival is a free, non-ticketed event, so there’s no need to sign up beforehand.
However, be aware that if the festival reaches capacity, football fans may need to queue–especially for major events like the live screening of the tournament final (which will have a capacity of 7,000).
The fan festival is a neutral site, so is open to supporters of all teams.
Which Women’s EURO games will be hosted in London?
Brentford Community Stadium will host four football matches:
- Friday 8 July: Germany vs Denmark
- Tuesday 12 July: Germany vs Spain
- Saturday 16 July: Denmark vs Spain
- Thursday 21 July: Quarter-final
The final of the Women’s EURO tournament will be hosted at Wembley Stadium on July 31. Gates will open at 3pm, and kick off is at 5pm.
Matches will also take place in Brighton and Hove, Manchester, Milton Keynes, Rotherham, Sheffield, Southampton, Trafford, Wigan and Leigh.