With Finland’s Euro 2022 fixtures beginning on the 8th July, it is time to get the dates in the diary.
Euro 2022 is being hosted in England with matches taking place across the country throughout July. The sixteen team tournament runs from 6th - 31st July. Finland already have three group stage matches scheduled but if they reach the final, they will play six in total.
Finland are in Group B and will face Germany, Spain and Denmark in the group stages.
Finland’s Euro 2022 fixtures
Friday 8th July
Spain vs Finland (17:00 GMT, Stadium MK, Milton Keynes)
Tuesday 12th July
Denmark vs Finland (17:00 GMT, Stadium MK, Milton Keynes)
Saturday 16th July
Finland vs Germany (20:00 GMT, Stadium MK, Milton Keynes)
Finland’s Euro 2022 fixtures: What fixtures will Finland play if they top the group?
If Finland win Group B, they will set up a quarter-final fixture with the runner-up of Group A. This will be one of England, Austria, Northern Ireland or Norway. The quarter-final match would take place on Thursday 21st July at the Brentford Community Stadium in London.
A semi-final match on this path would take place on 27th July at Stadium MK in Milton Keynes.
Finland’s Euro 2022 fixtures: What fixtures will Finland play if they come second in the group?
If Finland come second in Group B, they will set up a quarter-final fixture with the winner of Group A. The quarter-final match would take place on Wednesday 20th July at the Community Stadium in Brighton and Hove.
A semi-final match on this path would take place on 26th July at Bramall Lane in Sheffield.
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Jessy Parker Humphreys is a freelance women's football writer. A Chelsea fan, Jessy has been following the women's game since being taken to the 2003/04 FA Cup final at Loftus Road and seeing Arsenal thrash Jessy's local side Charlton. Fortunately, Arsenal don't win quite as much as they used to – although Jessy hopes Charlton will also be back at the top of the women's game one day.