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National roadshow celebrating UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 has kicked off and is set to visit the Trafford Centre

Excitement is rising ahead of the women's European Championships this summer and a free national roadshow is heading to The Trafford Centre. The show aims to inspire more people to get involved in the biggest European women’s sport event in history.

The family and local community-focused Roadshow will travel 800 miles, making 10 stops across 43 days, arriving at Manchester, Trafford Centre on May 30, 31 and June 1 and finishing on July 2 in London – just a few days before the tournament’s opening match at Old Trafford.

The UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 Roadshow, supported by the BBC, demonstrates the scale and importance of this summer’s event and is part of a wider drive to introduce new fans to the women’s game to create a lasting legacy for women’s football – a key focus for UEFA Women’s EURO 2022.

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The schedule includes visiting each of the tournament’s nine Host Cities, Brighton & Hove, London, Manchester, Milton Keynes, Rotherham, Sheffield, Southampton, Trafford, and Wigan & Leigh, where fans will be able to watch some of the best players in the world compete at a local stadium. The additional tenth stop will be at Elland Road, Leeds ahead of England Women’s friendly against Netherlands on 24 June. Full details of the route and timings are available here.

The free Roadshow will offer visitors to Trafford Centre an introduction to football, with a chance to learn new football skills and tricks as well as try matchday presenting and interviewing in a special TV studio. It will feature live music from local artists and a showpiece football pitch, alongside the opportunity to get a picture with the trophy itself.


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