Euro 2022: Who's playing and when?

Leah Williamson captaining England against North Macedonia
Leah Williamson captaining England against North Macedonia

With the European Championship just three weeks away, let’s take a look at which Arsenal players will be representing their countries this summer.

Read on to find out more:
Beth Mead, Nikita Parris, Leah Williamson and Lotte Wubben-Moy have all been included in England’s confirmed squad for the competition.
The Lionesses – with Williamson as captain – will face Belgium, Netherlands and Switzerland in warm-up friendlies in June, before kicking off their campaign against Austria at Old Trafford on July 6.
Fresh from penning a new contract with us, Vivianne Miedema will be part of a Netherlands team looking to retain the title they won five years ago at Euro 2017.
The Netherlands begin their Group C campaign against Sweden at Bramall Lane on July 9.
Frida Maanum has been called up by Norway for the competition, having impressed during her first season with us.
Norway’s first opponents in Group A are Northern Ireland, who they play at St Mary’s Stadium on July 7.
Stina Blackstenius has been selected by Sweden following an impressive start to life at Arsenal, in which the forward netted seven times in 16 appearances after her January move.
Blackstenius take on the Netherlands in their opening Group C match at Bramall Lane on July 9.
Austria are yet to announce their confirmed squad for the competition, but Manuela Zinsberger and Laura Wienroither were both in the starting eleven as Austria beat Denmark 2-1 in a friendly on Sunday.
If selected for the definitive squad on June 27, the two Arsenal players will be up against England in the competition curtain-raiser at Old Trafford on July 6.

Lia Walti and Noelle Maritz will be hoping to make the Switzerland squad for the competition when it is announced on June 21.

Switzerland are due to play their Group C opener against Portugal at Leigh Sports Village on July 9.
The Danes will confirm their Euros squad on June 16, with Simone Boye – who started Denmark’s friendly against Austria on Sunday – hoping to be selected.
Denmark will face Germany in their opening game in Group B at the Brentford Community Stadium on July 8.

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