The European football union UEFA will announce next Tuesday where the European Football Championship for women will be held in 2025. Initially, that decision would fall in January, but UEFA wanted a more detailed financial substantiation from at least one of the four candidates. France, Poland, Switzerland and the northern countries of Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden are jointly competing for the organization of the tournament.
Last year, England won the European Championship in their own country with national coach Sarina Wiegman, which had been postponed by a year due to corona. UEFA will make a decision at a conference in Lisbon on April 4.
The Netherlands has put forward a joint bid with Germany and Belgium for the organization of the World Cup in 2027.