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UEFA Women’s Euro 2013

Seven Swedish cities will host the UEFA Women’s Euro 10-28 July. The national arena for women’s football, Gamla Ullevi, is located in Gothenburg. This is also where group A, consisting of Sweden, Denmark, Finland and Italy, will play.

The following matches will be played at the Gamla Ullevi arena:

  • July 10, Sweden-Denmark (opening match)
  • July 13, Finland-Sweden
  • July 16, Denmark-Finland
  • July 24, Semi final

The Swedish host cities are Gothenburg, Halmstad, Växjö, Kalmar, Linköping, Norrköping and Solna.