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Women’s Euro 2017 – All you need to know

Coral provide you with all the info you need for this summer’s tournament

The wait is over as 16 nations compete in the Netherlands to decide who will be crowed champions of the Women’s Euros for 2017.

The Euros began on Sunday 16th July, with hosts Netherlands kicking things off with a 1-0 win against Norway to ensure a party atmosphere continues throughout.

Here, we give you all of the information you’ll need to get you through the tournament including fixtures, betting odds, TV schedules, team profiles and much more. Read on for your bite-sized Women’s Euro 2017 guide.

Women’s Euro 2017 Fixtures & Results

At Coral, you can find a list of fixtures for the Women’s Euros including dates, times and what channel you can catch the action on.

British Eurosport has the rights for the entire tournament and you can watch every match there, however Channel 4 has secured the rights to cover all of England and Scotland’s matches in the Netherlands as well.

The neighbouring nations are actually in the same group and will play each other on Wednesday 19th July, with the match available to watch on both channels. See below for the full list of fixtures for the tournament.

Sunday 16th July 2017

Netherlands Women 1 – 0 Norway Women
66′ van de Sanden
UEFA Women’s EURO 2017 Group Stage
17:00 BST
British Eurosport 2 / British Eurosport 2 HD

 

Denmark Women 1 – 0 Belgium Women
6′ Troelsgaard
UEFA Women’s EURO 2017 Group Stage
19:45 BST
British Eurosport 2 / British Eurosport 2 HD

Monday 17th July 2017

Italy Women 1 – 2 Russia Women
88′ Mauro           9′ Danilova
                              26′ Morozova
UEFA Women’s EURO 2017 Group Stage
17:00 BST
British Eurosport / British Eurosport HD

 

Germany Women 0 – 0 Sweden Women
UEFA Women’s EURO 2017 Group Stage
19:45 BST
British Eurosport / British Eurosport HD

Tuesday 18th July 2017

Austria Women 1 – 0 Switzerland Women
15′ Burger
UEFA Women’s EURO 2017 Group Stage
17:00 BST
British Eurosport 2 / British Eurosport 2 HD

 

France Women 1 – 0 Iceland Women
86′ Le Sommer
UEFA Women’s EURO 2017 Group Stage
19:45 BST
British Eurosport 2 / British Eurosport 2 HD

Wednesday 19th July 2017

Spain Women 2 – 0 Portugal Women
23′ Losada
42′ Sampedro
UEFA Women’s EURO 2017 Group Stage
17:00 BST
British Eurosport 2 / British Eurosport 2 HD

 

England Women 6 – 0 Scotland Women
11′ 26′ 53′ J. Taylor
32′ E. White
87′ Nobbs
90+4′ Duggan
UEFA Women’s EURO 2017 Group Stage
19:45 BST
Channel 4 / Channel 4 HD / British Eurosport 2 / British Eurosport 2 HD

Thursday 20th July 2017

Norway Women 0 – 2 Belgium Women
                                     59′ Van Gorp
                                     67′  Cayman
UEFA Women’s EURO 2017 Group Stage
17:00 BST
British Eurosport 2 / British Eurosport 2 HD

 

Netherlands Women 1 – 0 Denmark Women
20′ Splitse
UEFA Women’s EURO 2017 Group Stage
19:45 BST
British Eurosport 2 / British Eurosport 2 HD

Friday 21st July 2017

Sweden Women 2 – 0 Russia Women
22′ Schelin
51′ Blackstenius
UEFA Women’s EURO 2017 Group Stage
17:00 BST
British Eurosport 2 / British Eurosport 2 HD

 

Germany Women 2 – 1 Italy Women
19′ Henning                  29′ Mauro
67′ Peter
UEFA Women’s EURO 2017 Group Stage
19:45 BST
British Eurosport 2 / British Eurosport 2 HD

Saturday 22nd July 2017

Iceland Women 1 – 2 Switzerland Women
33′ Fridriksdottir      43′ Dickenmann
                                      52′ Bachmann
UEFA Women’s EURO 2017 Group Stage
17:00 BST
British Eurosport / British Eurosport HD

 

France Women 1 – 1 Austria Women
51′ Henry                  27′ Makas
UEFA Women’s EURO 2017 Group Stage
19:45 BST
British Eurosport 2 / British Eurosport 2 HD

Sunday 23rd July 2017

Scotland Women 1 – 2 Portugal Women
68′ Cuthbert               27′ Mendes
                                      72′ Leite
UEFA Women’s EURO 2017 Group Stage
17:00 BST
Channel 4 / Channel 4 HD / British Eurosport 2 / British Eurosport 2 HD

 

England Women 2 – 0 Spain Women
2′ Kirby
85′ J. Taylor
UEFA Women’s EURO 2017 Group Stage
19:45 BST
Channel 4 / Channel 4 HD / British Eurosport 2 / British Eurosport 2 HD

Monday 24th July 2017

Norway Women 0 – 1 Denmark Women
                                     5′ Veje
UEFA Women’s EURO 2017 Group Stage
19:45 BST
British Eurosport TBC

 

Belgium Women 1 – 2 Netherlands Women
59′ Wullaert               27′ Spitse
                                     74′ Martens
UEFA Women’s EURO 2017 Group Stage
19:45 BST
British Eurosport TBC

Tuesday 25th July 2017

Sweden Women 2 – 3 Italy Women
14′ Schelin                 4′ 37′ Sabatino
47′ Blackstenius       85′ Girelli
UEFA Women’s EURO 2017 Group Stage
19:45 BST
British Eurosport TBC

 

Russia Women 0 – 2 Germany Women
                                  10′ Peter (Penalty)
                                  56′ Marozsan (Penalty)
UEFA Women’s EURO 2017 Group Stage
19:45 BST
British Eurosport TBC

Wednesday 26th July 2017

Iceland Women 0 – 3 Austria Women
                                    36′ Zadrazil
                                    44′ Burger
                                    89′ Enzinger
UEFA Women’s EURO 2017 Group Stage
19:45 BST
British Eurosport TBC

 

Switzerland Women 1 – 1 France Women
19′ Crnogorcevic              76′ Abily
UEFA Women’s EURO 2017 Group Stage
19:45 BST
British Eurosport TBC

Thursday 27th July 2017

Portugal Women 1 – 2 England Women
17′ Mendes                 7′ Duggan
                                     48′ Parris
UEFA Women’s EURO 2017 Group Stage
19:45 BST
Channel 4 / Channel 4 HD / British Eurosport TBC

 

Scotland Women 1 – 0 Spain Women
42′ Weir
UEFA Women’s EURO 2017 Group Stage
19:45
Channel 4 / Channel 4 HD / British Eurosport TBC

Saturday 29th July 2017
Netherlands 2 – 0 Sweden Women
33′ Martens
64′ Miedema
UEFA Women’s EURO 2017 Quarter-Final
18:00 British Eurosport

 


Sunday 30th July 2017
Germany Women 1 – 2 Denmark Women
3′ Kerschowski           49′ Nadim
                                       83′ Nielsen
UEFA Women’s EURO 2017 Quarter-Final
12:00 British Eurosport
Austria Women 0 – 0 Sweden Women (Austria Win 5-3 on penalties)
UEFA Women’s EURO 2017 Quarter-Final
18:00 British Eurosport
EnglandWomen 1 – 0 France Women
60′ J. Taylor
UEFA Women’s EURO 2017 Quarter-Final
19:45 Channel 4 / Channel 4 HD / British Eurosport TBC

Thursday 30th July 2017
Denmark Women v Austria Women
UEFA Women’s EURO 2017 Semi-Final
18:00 British Eurosport

 

Netherlands Women v England Women
UEFA Women’s EURO 2017 Semi-Final
19:45 British Eurosport

Sunday 6th August 2017

TBC
UEFA Women’s EURO 2017 Final
19:45
Channel 4 / Channel 4 HD

 

Women’s Euro 2017 Betting Odds 

Like pretty much every other sport going on in the world, you can bet on the Women’s Euros this summer. At Coral, we’ll be pricing up every match at the tournament. We also offer outright winner odds, with Germany the unsurprising favourites at 15/8 to win the whole thing and England given a chance at 7/1. Have a look at the odds of all 16 teams below and get your bets on now.

What teams are involved?

For those with little knowledge of women’s international football, you can use our handy, bit-sized team profiles below, which gives you a quick fire guide to each of the 16 teams in the tournament.

Austria

Head Coach: Dominik Thalhammer

Captain: Vikoria Schnaderbeck (Bayern Munich)

One to Watch: Nina Berger (SC Sand)

Best Euros finish: N/A


Belgium

Head Coach: Ives Serneels

Captain: Aline Zeler (RSC Anderlecht)

One to Watch: Tessa Wullaert (VFL Wolfsburg)

Best Euros finish: N/A


Denmark

Head Coach: Nils Nielsen

Captain: Pernille Harder (VFL Wolfsburg)

One to Watch: Sanne Troelsgaard Nielsen (Rosengard)

Best Euros finish: Semi-Finals (2001 & 2013)


England

Head Coach: Mark Sampson

Captain: Steph Houghton (Manchester City)

One to Watch: Fran Kirby (Chelsea)

Best Euros finish: Runners-Up (2009)


France

Head Coach: Olivier Echouafni

Captain: Wendie Renard (Olimpique Lyon)

One to Watch: Eugenie Le Sommer (Olimpique Lyon)

Best Euros finish: Quarter-Finals (2013)


Germany

Head Coach: Steffi Jones

Captain: Dzsenifer Marozsan (Olimpique Lyon)

One to Watch: Anja Mittag (Rosengard)

Best Euros finish: Winners (1989, 1991, 1995, 1997, 2001, 2005, 2009, 2013)


Iceland

Head Coach: Freyr Alexandersson

Captain: Sara Bjork Gunnarsdottir (VFL Wolfsburg)

One to Watch: Holmfriour Magnusdottir (KR Reykjavik)

Best Euros finish: Quarter-Finals (2013)


Italy

Head Coach: Antonio Cabrini

Captain: Barbara Bonansea (ACF Brescia)

One to Watch: Manuela Giugliano (Verona)

Best Euros finish: Final (1993, 2001)


Netherlands (Hosts)

Head Coach: Sarina Wiegman

Captain: Mandy van den Berg (Reading)

One to Watch: Vivianne Miedema (Arsenal)

Best Euros finish: Semi-Finals (2009)


Norway

Head Coach: Martin Sjogren

Captain: Maren Mjelde (Chelsea)

One to Watch: Ada Hegerberg (Olimpique Lyon)

Best Euros finish: Winners (1987, 1993)


Portugal

Head Coach: Francisco Neto

Captain: Claudia Neto (Linkopings FC)

One to Watch: Jessica Silva (Levante)

Best Euros finish: N/A


Russia

Head Coach: Elena Fomina

Captain: Ksenia Tsybutovich (Ryazan VDV)

One to Watch: Ekaterina Sochneva (CSKA Moscow)

Best Euros finish: Group Stages


Scotland

Head Coach: Anna Signeul

Captain: Gemma Fay (Stjarnan)

One to Watch: Jane Ross (Manchester City)

Best Euros finish: Group Stages


Spain

Head Coach: Jorge Vilda

Captain: Marta Torrejon (Barcelona)

One to Watch: Jennifer Hermoso (Paris Saint-Germain)

Best Euros finish: Semi-Finals (1997)


Sweden

Head Coach: Pia Sunhage

Captain: Caroline Seger (Olimpique Lyon)

One to Watch: Lotta Schelin (Rosengard)

Best Euros finish: Winners (1984)


Switzerland

Head Coach: Martina Voss-Tecklenburg

Captain: Caroline Abbe (Bayern Munich)

One to Watch: Ramona Bachmann (Chelsea)

Best Euros finish: N/A


Women’s football on the rise

The appetite for women’s football appears to be constantly on the rise. Figures published in UEFA’s official review of the 2013 Euros in Sweden state that a massive 133 million viewers tuned in over the course of the competition – over double the figure than that for the 2009 championships.

The final, played between Norway and Germany, racked up an impressive 15.9 million viewers, a 59% increase on the figures for the final in Finland four years previous.

Those viewer numbers are expected to increase again this summer, with both England and Scotland involved in the finals and the former given a slight chance at the odds to come away victorious.

Women’s Euro 2017 Sweepstake Kit

Fancy making some money on the championships? Then why not download Coral’s official Women’s Euro 2017 Sweepstake Kit? Get your colleagues/friends/family involved, pick your team out of the hat and cheer them on to Euro glory for your chance to win the jackpot!

Click here to download our Women’s Euro 2017 Sweepstake Kit