The first Sky Sports Women’s Euros podcast this summer is here as Charlotte Marsh and Anton Tolui look back on Lioness Media Day.
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Media Day in England – selection of Fran Kirby Jill Scott, the fastest paper girl in the Northeast Stay with the Lionesses
In the first episode of the Sky Sports Women’s Euros podcast, senior Sky Sports football journalist Charlotte Marsh and England’s Sky Sports News reporter Anton Tolui turn back to a busy Women’s Day in St. George’s Park, England.
Fran Kirby discussed his return to the Lions, with goalkeepers Hannah Hampton and Nikita Paris also revealing how they reacted to the news that they will go to Euro 2022.
Also, after Ellen White said that Steph Houghton would applaud the team from home, Charlotte and Anton talk about how the Lionesses would have done without their former captain.
Jill Scott also revealed how she won the title of “fastest paper girl in the Northeast” and English players talk about how they use their time spent in camp.
Listen and subscribe to the Sky Sports Women’s Euros podcast
Sky Sports’ Essential Football Podcast will be rebranded for the June 21st Sky Sports Women’s Euros Podcast.
Hosted by Charlotte Marsh and Anton Tolui, it will include exclusive news and interviews with players, plus expert analysis from Sky Sports reporters, journalists and special guests and the latest on the great stories of the Euro for Women.
Follow all the latest from the camp of England, including episodes recorded on the field immediately after the game of the Lions. There will also be information from Northern Ireland as they compete in their first European Championship.
The Sky Sports Women’s Euros podcast will run until the Wembley final on July 31, with everything you need for a women’s football festival this summer.
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The report will be hosted by Sky Sports WSL presenter Caroline Barker, along with Jessica Creighton and Kyle Walker. Meanwhile, Karen Carney, Sue Smith, Courtney Sweetman-Kirk and Laura Bassett will give an analysis during the tournament.
They will be joined by the experienced goalkeeper of England Karen Bardsley and the defender of Manchester City Esme Morgan.
Experts and presenters will work from Sky Sports’ mobile presentation bus for women Euro 2022, which will follow the Sky Sports News team across the country to the various stadiums where matches are played.
In addition, Sky Sports’ Essential Football podcast will be rebranded for the Sky Sports Women’s Euros Podcast on June 21. Hosted by Charlotte Marsh and Anton Tolui, it will include exclusive news and player interviews in addition to the strong program around the tournament.
Euro 2022: The groups …
group A: England, Austria, Norway, Northern Ireland
group B: Germany, Denmark, Spain, Finland
group C: The Netherlands, Sweden, Portugal, Switzerland
Group D: France, Italy, Belgium, Iceland
Euro 2022: The schedule …
Wednesday, July 6
Group A: England v Austria – start 20:00, Old Trafford
Thursday, July 7
Group A: Norway vs. Northern Ireland – start 20:00, St. Mary’s
Friday, July 8
Group B: Spain vs. Finland – start 17:00, MK Stadium
Group B: Germany v Denmark – start 20:00, London Community Stadium
Saturday, July 9
Group C: Portugal v Switzerland – starting 17:00, Leigh Sports Village
Group C: Netherlands v Sweden – start 20:00, Bramall Lane
Sunday, July 10
Group D: Belgium v Iceland – starting 17:00, Manchester City Academy Stadium
Group D: France vs. Italy – start 20:00, New York Stadium
Monday, July 11th
Group A: Austria v Northern Ireland – start 17:00, St. Mary’s
Group A: England vs Norway – start 20:00, Brighton and Hove Community Stadium
Tuesday, July 12
Group B: Denmark against Finland – start 17:00, MK Stadium
Group B: Germany v Spain – start 20:00, London Community Stadium
Wednesday 13 July
Group C: Sweden vs. Switzerland – 17:00, Bramall Lane
Group C: Netherlands v Portugal – start 20:00, Leigh Sports Village
Thursday, July 14
Group D: Italy against Iceland – starting at 17:00, Manchester City Academy Stadium
Group D: France vs. Belgium – 20:00, New York Stadium
Friday, July 15
Group A: Northern Ireland against England – start 20:00, St. Mary’s
Group A: Austria vs. Norway – start 20:00, Brighton and Hove Community Stadium
Saturday, July 16
Group B: Finland vs. Germany – start 20:00, MK Stadium
Group B: Denmark v Spain – start 20:00, London Community Stadium
Sunday, July 17
Group C: Switzerland v Netherlands – starting 17:00, Bramall Lane
Group C: Sweden v Portugal – 17:00, Leigh Sports Village
Monday, July 18
Group D: Iceland vs. France – start 20:00, New York Stadium
Group D: Italy against Belgium – start 20:00 at Manchester City Academy Stadium
Wednesday, July 20
Quarterfinal 1: Winners, Group A vs. Runners-up, Group B – Start 20:00, Brighton and Hove Community Stadium
Thursday, July 21
Quarter-finals 2: Group B winners against runners-up, Group A – start 20:00, London Community Stadium
Friday, July 22
Quarterfinal 3: Winners, Group C vs. Runners-up, Group D – Start 20:00, Leigh Sports Village
Quarterfinals 4: Winners, Group D vs. Runners-up, Group C – Start 20:00, New York Stadium
Tuesday, July 26
Semi-final 1: Winners, quarter-final 1 v Winners, quarter-final 3 – start 20:00, Bramall Lane
Wednesday, July 27
Semi-final 2: Winners, quarter-final 2 v Winners, quarter-final 4 – start 20:00, MK Stadium
Sunday, July 31
Winners, Semifinal 1 vs. Winners, Semifinal 2 – Start 17:00, Wembley