23 July 2017

England vs Spain: When is Women’s European Championship clash and what TV channel is it on?

ENGLAND are set to face Spain in their second Group D match in the Women’s European Championship.

The Lionesses will be hoping to follow up their 6-0 demolition of Scotland in their first tie with a win over the Spaniards, who beat them at Euro 2013.

Jodie Taylor England
Jodie Taylor netted a hat-trick as England thrashed Scotland 6-0
Rex Features

What TV channel is England vs Spain on?

Channel 4 is showing all of England and Scotland’s matches live. Coverage for this match starts at 7.30pm.

Jodie Taylor netted a hat-trick against the Auld Enemy in Utrecht, with Ellen White, Jordan Nobbs and Toni Duggan completing the rout.

In Group D’s other game, Spain beat Portugal 2-0.

Jodie Taylor England
Taylor became the first England player to score a finals treble since Gary Lineker
Rex Features

What time is kick-off for England v Spain?

The match takes place on Sunday, July 23. Kicks-off is at 7.45pm (UK time) at the Rat Verlegh Stadion in Breda.

England are top seeds in Group D and are due to face Portugal on July 27.

Ellen White
Ellen White was also on target for England who face Spain next
Rex Features

England and Scotland are among the 16 teams taking part in the three-week tournament.

England are seen as having a realistic chance of winning their first ever Euros and will want to improve on their third place at the 2015 World Cup.

Who’s in the groups?

England’s Group D fixtures: Spain (23 July), Portugal (27 July).

Scotland Group D fixtures: Portugal (23 July), Spain (27 July).

Group A: Netherlands (hosts), Norway, Denmark, Belgium

Group B: Germany (holders), Sweden, Italy, Russia

Group C: France, Iceland, Austria, Switzerland

Group D: England, Scotland, Spain, Portugal

The group stage concludes on 27 July, with the top two teams from each group competing in the quarter-finals on 29-30 July.

The semi-finals will take place on 3 August and the final will be staged on 6 August at FC Twente’s 30,000-capacity stadium in Enschede.

Fara Williams and Nikita Parris reflect on England’s 6-0 win against Scotland

Please follow and like us:


Write a comment

6+10 = ?