UEFA Women's EURO 2022
Milton Keynes Host City
The new city of Milton Keynes is one of the fastest growing places in the UK. Located between London and Birmingham, it’s the biggest and most successful post-war ‘new town’ and is now home to more than 250,000 people and a thriving economy. Milton Keynes is a world-leader in smart sustainable innovation and green technology.
The city and Stadium MK offers a warm welcome to fans of UEFA Women’s EURO 2022.
About Milton Keynes
Milton Keynes might be considered a new city, founded on 23 January 1967, but the settlement has deep roots, and a long history stretching back well past the Middle Ages. That means you’ll find the old mixed with the new. Tradition and modernity, all in one place. A unique character that attracts those who want to make their lives here, as well as visitors keen to see what our unique city has to offer.
Stadium MK is a state-of-the-art 30,530 seat stadium in Milton Keynes and home to the MK Dons Football Club. The venue hosted the Rugby World Cup in 2015 and when not being used for sporting fixtures, it is transformed into an impressive music venue recently hosting sell out concerts by Take That, Rod Stewart and Rammstein.
Fixtures in MK
Stadium MK will be the proud host of three Group B stage matches and a semi-final. Milton Keynes will play host to Group B matches on July 8, 12 and 16, 2022, before the semi-final on Wednesday July 27, four days ahead of the Wembley final. Full details information on the teams involved in those matches will be released soon by UEFA.
What To Do
Milton Keynes is well known for its green spaces and linear parks, which attract thousands of visitors every year. The grade II listed centre:mk shopping centre houses top brands, while there’s plenty to see and do at the Xscape, MK Theatre and MK Gallery. MK Museum can be found on the outskirts of the historic railway town of Wolverton, and the coaching tales of Stony Stratford lie a stone’s throw away.
How To Get Here
Milton Keynes is a thoroughly modern city. One planned with accessibility in mind, and we’ve been making it easy to get around ever since. What’s more, you’ll find plenty of sustainable ways to travel, with an eye on going green wherever possible. We’re a leader in sustainable transport infrastructure, and we’re proud of the smart solutions we are constantly developing to make Milton Keynes a greener place to travel. So keep the environment in mind when you’re planning your trip, and make the most of everything from cycle routes to public transport.More...
You can pre-register for the latest information on tickets for the UEFA Women's EURO 2022 and for your chance to watch the best teams in Europe compete at Stadium MK in Milton Keynes. Pre-sale started on 13 July 2021.
Full fixture information has now been released.
UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 is a huge opportunity for women and girls in Milton Keynes to engage in a healthy lifestyle through football. More than that, we all know that physical activity has significant mental health benefits too.
To that aim, the legacy plan is there to support all women and girls who are going to be inspired to get involved leading up to, during and following the EURO 2022 tournament.
Volunteering is an excellent way to get involved with the UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 tournament. There are many reasons to volunteer, whether it is to gain or share your experience, see the event from a different perspective, or simply enjoy the feeling of helping out and making people’s day!More...