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Radio Times Women's Euro 2022 Special Issue is out now

Your complete guide to Women's Euro 2022, including a free (and fully downloadable) pull-out-and-keep wall chart – on sale now.

Women's Euro 2022
Published: Tuesday, 28th June 2022 at 8:00 am
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Football’s coming home! Radio Times’ Women’s Euro 2022 Special Issue is the complete guide to this year’s tournament, complete with a pull-out-and-keep wall chart to plan your viewing so you don’t miss a kick.


Five years after the last Women's Euro tournament, the competition lands in England for 2022, and there are high hopes the host nation can go all the way. Kicking off next week, the tournament will bring over 3,000 hours of live football to TV screens and live stream in July.

To mark your card, we asked the BBC’s Gabby Logan and Alex Scott to set the scene and we also meet England’s shooting star Leah Williamson, who looks back on her journey from her first trial for Arsenal to being given the captain’s armband for England in this year’s Euro.

We've also provided, in our centre pages, a pull-out-and-keep wall chart, so you can watch every minute of every game.

How to buy your Radio Times Women's Euro 2022 Special Issue

As well as in-store at supermarkets and newsagents, you can pick up your Radio Times Women's Euro 2022 Special Issue online with your favourite retailers: Asda, Morrisons, Sainsbury’s, Tesco and Waitrose. On sale now!

Women's Euro 2022 Special Issue Cover

You can download our digital edition and get instant access to our Women's Euro 2022 Special Issue on your chosen device – click here for more information.

Meanwhile, you can also click here to find out more about a print subscription.

Also in this week's Radio Times:

  • Freddie Flintoff recalls being bullied for playing cricket, reflects on the lack of diversity in the game and his wish to move back to Preston: "When you look at the England team – when we started this process a year ago, it was 60:40 public school to state school kids, which on the surface sounds fine. But bear in mind only 7 per cent of kids across the population go to private school. That makes it elitist.”
  • Big Zuu talks about being turned away from a Knightsbridge restaurant the night of his BAFTA win and his plans for the future: "I literally had the two Baftas in my hand, and the bossman was like, ‘Nah, sorry. It’s rammed.'"

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