The UEFA Executive Committee today confirmed that the postponed UEFA Women’s EUR ...
Volunteer at UEFA Women’s EURO 2021 in Sheffield
Pre-registration now open for amazing volunteering experiences as UEFA Women’s EURO 2021 comes to Sheffield
With excitement starting to build as Sheffield prepares to host matches in next year’s UEFA Women’s EURO 2021, fans are now able to pre-register for the chance to become one of hundreds of volunteers bringing the matchday experience to life for visiting supporters.
With this coming Sunday 8 March seeing the world celebrate International Women’s Day, it comes at a time of huge excitement and momentum for women’s football. With the UEFA Women’s EURO 2021 set to be the biggest celebration of the women’s game ever seen in this country, The FA is inviting fans to mark the global day by pre-registering their interest to volunteer and play their part in history.
Bramall Lane is one of ten grounds which will stage UEFA Women’s EURO 2021 matches. The stadium will host four matches including a semi-final on 27 July – in what promises to be a record-breaking edition of the European tournament next summer.
Central to the amazing fan experience as England hosts the competition will be the inspirational volunteers at each host venue. From building the atmosphere inside and outside stadiums, to greeting and assisting supporters, the matchday volunteers will play a huge role in this special moment for women’s football.
Now in its 13th edition, the UEFA Women’s EURO 2021 is making over 700,000 tickets available to fans, with extensive coverage of every game of the tournament available on free-to-air television, radio and online. Fans will be able to see some of the world’s best players in action on home soil as 31 matches are played across 26 days of competition.
To pre-register interest in volunteering opportunities, as well for tickets, tournament news and competitions, please visit TheFA.com/WEURO2021.
Councillor Mary Lea, Cabinet Member for Culture, Parks and Leisure at Sheffield City Council, said: "On International Women's Day we're proud to celebrate the fact that we'll be welcoming some amazing international women to Sheffield for the UEFA Women's EUROs in 2021. This tournament is going to be the biggest women's sporting event our city has ever seen and I know that many Sheffielders will want to play a role in that. I'd encourage people to pre-register now to make sure they hear about all the fantastic opportunities to get involved and volunteer."
Chris Bryant, The FA’s Head of Tournament Delivery said: “We know that when our country hosts major sporting events, the inspirational and committed volunteers play a huge role in adding the magic to what is already a special occasion. It is fitting that as we look ahead to International Women’s Day, fans can now pre-register their interest in volunteering at one of our 10 host venues for UEFA Women’s EURO 2021. We look forward to announcing more information in due course about the volunteering opportunities available.”
For tournament updates, please follow @WEUROEngland21 across Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
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