The first game of the championship, which had been postponed a year due to the COVID pandemic, featured the hosts England taking on Austria on Wednesday night in England.
The men’s 2022 World Cup will be held in Qatar later this year rather than during the summer, which will help the competition. Sixteen countries compete in four groups, and records in both live attendance and television audiences are anticipated.
The Championship, according to Euronews Sports Editor Andy Robini, will meet expectations.
“I believe that keeping the ticket prices low was the appropriate choice since a good tournament requires a nice environment. More families will come, it will be more exciting, and it will create new milestones.”
Following the invasion of Ukraine, Russia was disqualified from the competition, and Portugal replaced Russia as the winner.
The Netherlands’ Sarina Wiegman, who was hired to especially increase England’s prospects of winning on home soil and who won the 2017 tournament as the Netherlands’ coach, said, “The level is so high now, it’s extremely impossible to forecast what the finish of the tournament will look like.”
“Many nations, including ours, are in good shape. Sometimes surprising things happen during tournaments, and you want to take advantage of it “She spoke.
Who are the teams and players to keep an eye on?
Elite teams like France and England are hoping to make their mark this year despite the fact that Germany has always dominated this competition.
Spain will need to put in a lot of effort after losing their key player to a major injury, but Sweden and the Netherlands maybe two other teams vying for a spot in the championship game.
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“While some of these players are accustomed to large crowds, others will need to swiftly adjust. It’s difficult to predict who will do well under pressure, and I’m having trouble picking a winner, “declaring Andy Robini.
“The recent anterior cruciate ligament tear suffered by Alexia Putellas is a major setback for Spain. She is more to me than just a Ballon D’Or winner; she is the engine that drives La Roja’s midfield, and I am hoping that her teammates can step up in her absence.”
Even though the Barcelona captain will be missed, there are still many talents to keep an eye on.
Wendie Renard of France, Vivianne Miedema of the Netherlands, who is vying for her second straight European title, and Ada Hegerberg of Norway, who is seeking to make a big impression on her comeback, are the competitors.