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Group bookings and schools’ resources now available for UEFA Women’s Euros 2022

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UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 is set to be the biggest European women’s sport event ever. 16 nations competing across 10 venues, in nine cities with the next generation at the heart of its celebrations.

The group ticket booking window is now open so you and your squad can get planning, get booking and get excited!

Resources for schools are also now available so pupils and staff in Sheffield can start the football mania early and get fired up for this summer's tournament.

Group ticket bookings

To kick-off tournament year, UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 are giving groups an exciting opportunity to secure their tickets to this summer’s tournament ahead of general sale.

The offer is open to all groups looking to attend - from schools, colleges and universities, to sports clubs, businesses and other community groups.

So it’s time to round up your friends, teammates or students so that you can be there to catch incredible footballing action in Sheffield this July.

Tickets are available on a first come, first served basis and start from just £5 Concessions (U16s) and £10 Adults - plus for every nine concession tickets sold an adult goes free.

This exclusive window is open now until 28 February. So what are you waiting for? Come and watch the action in Sheffield this summer!

To secure your tickets, visit the UEFA Women's EURO group bookings webpage and enter code GROUP.

Resources for schools

Schools don’t have to wait until the summer to feel part of this huge event with the launch of the UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 Schools Programme that aims to inspire and unite schools and pupils to get involved with the tournament.

The programme gives teachers across the country access to a digital pack, consisting of free, digital, cross-curricular resources all themed around the Women’s EURO. The resources, produced by an educational specialist who has worked closely with teachers to ensure they fit in with the school curriculum, include an array of activities and tips from how to run a EURO themed assembly to challenge packs consisting of 22 activities ranging across play, support and learn themes.

Pupils will be able to fill out a tournament time journal as well as take on the role of organisers with creating their own Fan Zone, all alongside football festival packs and several take-home resources.

Available for Key Stage Two and Key Stage Three [can be adapted for other age groups including Key Stage One], resources will be released all the way up to the tournament to also include topics and themes such as, PSHE, Literacy, Maths, PE, Culture and Heritage and reading challenges. Schools and teachers can sign up now on the WEURO2022 Schools page, to access and download resources for free.