— Published 5 November 2021

Five bids for the 2025 Women’s Euro

UEFA can rub its hands: its major events always attract covetousness, despite the uncertainty linked to the health crisis. The continental soccer body announced on Thursday, November 4, that it has received five expressions of interest in hosting the Women’s Euro in 2025. They were sent by Poland, Switzerland, Ukraine, France, but also by an alliance of Nordic countries composed of Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Finland. At this stage of the process, it is only necessary for interested countries to make themselves known. The final bidding documents will then have to be submitted by October 2022 at the latest. The choice of the host country or countries will be announced in December 2022. The next edition of the Women’s Euro will take place in the summer of 2022 in England. It was originally scheduled for this year, but was postponed for a year due to the health crisis. France will host the Women’s World Cup in 2019, but has never hosted the Euro before.