Stadiums

The competition is using 10 different stadiums spread across England.

Located in Manchester the stadium is part of the Etihad campus and is by the development squad. It has a capacity of 7,000 which has been limited to 4,700 due to UEFA restricting standing capacity. 

Located in Sheffield the stadium has a capacity of 32,505. It is the home of Sheffield United.

Located in London it has a capacity of 17,250. It is home to the Brentford football team and rugby club London Irish.

Falmer Stadium is located in Brighton and Hove and has a capacity of 31,800.

Located in Wigan it has a capacity of 12,000 but that has been limited due to UEFA restricting standing meaning it can only take 8,100.

Located in Rotherham the stadium has a capacity of 12,021. It is the home to Rotherham United. It is called New York Stadium as the company that was located at the sight before the stadium was built made the red fire hydrants for New York City.

Located in Manchester the stadium has a capacity of 74,879. It is the home of Manchester United.

The stadium is unfortunately located in Milton Keynes and it has a capacity of 30,500.

Located in Southampton it has a capacity of 32,505

Located in London, Wembley Stadium will host the final of the competition. It has a capacity of 90,000

Though it has come under fire for not using any stadiums in the North East or the Midlands. Also the low capacities of some of the stadiums has been criticised. The use of Academy Stadium has been called 'embarrassing' and 'disrespectful' and not reflective of the growth of women's football.  

 

Last Updated 15/07/2022 |
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