The draw for the Women’s Euro 2022 happened in Manchester this week, and the qualified teams now know their groups. Germany, led by a large contingent of Bayern Munich players, will be facing Denmark, Spain, and Finland. It’s arguably the most difficult group, and head coach Martina Voss-Tecklenberg knows it.
“It’s a tough group, we’ve got some real tests ahead of us,” Voss-Tecklenberg said. “Denmark are really coming on as a team, Spain are an amazing side and its club sides are also performing well. Finland are a bit of an unknown quantity, but they have a brilliant mentality.”
Germany will face Denmark and Spain at the Brentford Community Stadium in Brentford and Finland at the Stadium MK in Milton Keynes.
The tournament will kick off on July 6, 2022 when England play Austria at Old Trafford in Manchester, while the final will be on July 31 at Wembley Stadium.
England, Austria, Norway, Northern Ireland
Germany, Denmark, Spain, Finland
Netherlands, Sweden, Russia, Switzerland
France, Italy, Belgium, Iceland