City’s Academy Stadium will play host to three Women’s Euro 2021 matches, as England stages the competition for the first time since 2005.

Marking 500 days until the 13th edition of the tournament begins on 7 July 2021, the FA have released the full match schedule.

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Having entertained the Lionesses in their 2019 Women’s World Cup warm-up clash with Canada, the Academy Stadium – home of City’s women’s team and youth sides – will house a hat-trick of group stage games, kicking off on 11 July.

Wembley Stadium – with its capacity of 90,000 – will also host the showpiece Final on 1 August, meaning the venue is hosting back-to-back men’s and women’s European Championship Finals in 2020 and 2021.

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As tournament hosts, Phil Neville’s Lionesses qualify automatically. The Netherlands are the reigning Champions, having won the tournament on home soil in 2017

Dame Sue Campbell, The FA’s Director of Women’s Football and UEFA Women’s EURO 2021 Board Member, said: “As a proud host nation, our aim is not only to deliver a record-breaking tournament, but also to ensure that it provides a tangible legacy in terms of growing the women’s game.

“By inspiring fans both at home and abroad, and by committing to provide playing opportunities to girls in every school and club across the country, I am confident that we can do exactly that.”

The UEFA Women’s EURO 2021 is poised to be the biggest women’s EURO to date, with over 700,000 tickets available to fans and 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 register for tickets, as well as tournament news, competitions and volunteering opportunities, please visit

                        Academy Stadium to host Women's Euro 2021 games


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