It may feel like barely any time has passed since we were red in the face cheering on the England men’s football team against Italy in the Euros 2020 final. Now we can relive the anxiety of watching England play all over again at the UEFA Women’s Euros.
The lads didn’t win last year, but England’s women are hoping to do better in 2022 and get to the final at Wembley on Sunday July 31. If you haven’t been able to get your hands on tickets, no sweat. There are plenty of screens popping across the capital where you can see all the action in blistering HD glory. Here’s a list of spots that will be showing the matches across the city.
July is in full swing and its proving to be sun-soaked and full of brilliant happenings – from England’s 8-0 win against Norway in the UEFA Women’s Euros, to one of the biggest Pride marches London has ever seen.
Make the most of the hot weather with a splash in one of the city’s lidos, a meal outdoors or a cocktail or pint in one of London’s best rooftop bars or beer gardens. At this time of year, London’s parks are at their finest, or for more outdoor action visit one of the city’s urban beaches or outdoor cinemas.
When you’re not galavanting about outside there’s also plenty of culture to take in. From stunning exhibitions, including the V&A’s ‘Africa Fashion’, the new Serpentine Pavillion and a smart, funny sequel to Ibsen’s ‘A Doll’s House’.
London music festivals are still in full swing in July, and it’s also a chance to take in the city’s lavender and sunflower fields, which are at their blooming loveliest. Here’s our guide to the best exhibitions, shows and things to do this July 2022 in London.
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