Women’s Euro 2025 hosts to be announced April 5

March 28 – UEFA has announced that it will award the hosting rights to the Women’s Euro 2025 finals on April 5.

There are four bids for the hosting rights: a joint bid from Denmark/Finland/Norway/Sweden, and single country bids from France, Poland and Switzerland.

The choice of host will be made by UEFA’s executive committee that meets in Lisbon, Portugal, ahead of the confederation’s congress on April 5.

The 2021 Women’s Euros were played in England in 2022 and spectacularly broke every record for the championship.

The final between England and Germany set a new attendance record for Euro final tournament match – men’s or women’s – with just over 87,000 fans at the sold-out Wembley Stadium.

That figure breaks the record set at the men’s final in 1964 between Spain and the Soviet Union, which was played in front of 79,115 spectators at the Estadio Santiago Bernabéu in Madrid.

The overall tournament attendance record of 240,055 set at Women’s Euro 2017 in the Netherlands was more than doubled, with the two semi-finals bringing the total attendance at the tournament to 487,683.

The hosts of 2025 are expected to build on that platform as the UEFA’s drives its women’s game forward on all fronts from increased participation, to improved elite national team performance and a fast increasing buy-in from sponsor and broadcasters.

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