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6th August 2021

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Women’s Euros 2022

Pre-Sale Closes at 6pm!

This is your final chance to get priority tickets to the Women’s Euros 2022 as part of the Pre-Sale presented by Visa. Pre-Sale closes tomorrow (7th August) at 6pm. Make sure you purchase them now before it’s too late, use your exclusive priority access code: ROTHERHAM

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Women's Euros Closes Soon


Planning a fun day out with your friends, family, club or school? Our group booking are available from 11 – 50 tickets per match. Plus, for every nine children’s tickets you purchase you’ll receive one adult ticket for free!

Get your tickets here

Women's Euros Group Booking


Elevate your UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 experience with our hospitality packages which include Ticket+, The Club and Sky Box. From access to premium lounges, to inclusive food and beverage there are a choice of packages to suit you!

Check out our hospitality packages

Hospitality Women's Euros

Womens Euros - Val Hoyle

UEFA Women’s Euros to create local sporting legacy

Hosting the UEFA Women’s Euros gives us a fantastic opportunity to encourage more women and girls to play sport and get active.

Plans are in place to deliver a range of programmes to welcome women and girls into football, focusing on under-represented groups.

The aim is to use football to encourage more women and girls to adopt and maintain a healthier lifestyle and to develop leadership opportunities to help women and girls grow the game.

The final aims include:

  • Doubling the number of FA-qualified women coaches and referees in the borough.
  • A 50% increase in the number of football opportunities for women and girls.
  • Getting 1,000 women engaged on a new bespoke digital platform to create awareness of playing opportunities

To celebrate the legacy programme a film was produced featuring two young aspiring footballers from Rotherham Alicia Windle and Lucy McNeely, speaking with local women’s football legend Val Hoyle (pictured above), founder of Rotherham United Women’s Football Club.

Watch the video and hear Val’s story here.