ESPN will continue its unprecedented coverage of UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 with the live presentation of semifinal matches – England vs. Sweden on Tuesday at 3 p.m. ET and Germany vs. France on Wednesday at 3 p.m. – on ESPN2 and ESPN+. Coverage begins at 2:30 p.m. each day with a pregame show. The semifinals will also stream live on the ESPN App.
Commentators Ian Darke and Julie Foudy will call the remaining three matches – semifinals and final – from the stadiums, alongside Alexis Nunes and analyst Emma Hayes who will provide on-site studio segments. Kay Murray and Sebastian Salazar, analysts Steffi Jones, Danielle Slaton, and rules analyst Christina Unkel will host studio segments from Bristol.
Host England (#8 FIFA ranking) plays Sweden (#2) in a matchup between Groups A and C winners, respectively, at Bramall Lane in Sheffield. Led by top goal-scorer Beth Mead, England Women’s National Team is one of two teams to win all its four games in the tournament
Germany (#5) vs. France (#3)pits two European powerhouse teams at Stadium MK in Milton Keynes. Eighth-time UEFA Women’s EURO champion Germany has won all four matches in this competition. France reached its first UEFA Women’s EURO semifinal after beating defending champions Netherlands 1-0 in extra time on Friday
The semifinals on Tuesday and Wednesday feature four top teams in the standings from the group stage
England and France are looking for their first UEFA Women’s EURO championship. Sweden won the inaugural tournament in 1984.
ESPN will conclude its unprecedented coverage of the quadrennial tournament with the live presentation of the final on Sunday, July 31, on ESPN and ESPN+ beginning at 11:30 a.m.
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