talkSPORT will follow England in talkSPORT style as it broadcasts every English game in the UEFA Women’s Euro tournament this summer, as well as the decisive matches of the final stages.
The network will also show all of Northern Ireland’s matches in the English group, including Norway v Northern Ireland and Austria v Northern Ireland, as well as tournament updates and analysis. throughout its schedule.
The network’s weekly women’s football programme, hosted by talkSPORT England correspondent Faye Carruthers, will also be broadcast on talkSPORT 2 and as a podcast throughout the tournament, with all the latest camp news and interviews.
Sam Matterface will be the lead England match commentator, alongside co-commentators Lianne Sanderson and main presenter Adrian Durham, while Faye Carruthers will report live from the pitch with all the latest England news.
Meanwhile, Joe Shennan and Lucy Ward will lead Northern Ireland match commentary.
A team of five journalists will cover the remainder of the tournament’s group stages with Flo Lloyd-Hughes, Fern Balch, Shebahn Aherne, Courtney Sweetman-Kirk and Abigail Davis live from the pitch.
The coverage begins with England’s warm-up game against Belgium on June 16, followed by games against the Netherlands on June 24 and Switzerland on June 30.
talkSPORT will be second only to England as the home of the fan, broadcasting from fan parks, starting with Laura Woods and Ally McCoist broadcasting Breakfast from Manchester on day one of the tournament and from The Box Park at Wembley for the final , soaking up the whole atmosphere and listening to the fans.
Mya Graham will be part of the team of fan park reporters who rose through the ranks from trainee to report on her first tournament, alongside George Sexton Kerr and Toni Afoke.
talkSPORT has partnered with Women in Football to champion the women’s game through a series of inspirational events, with two Women in Football trainees joining the talkSPORT team this week.
talkSPORT manager Lee Clayton said: “At talkSPORT we are fueled by the fans and will be second only to England in the Women’s Euro. This is the biggest year in women’s football on talkSPORT and talkSPORT 2 and builds on our coverage of the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019. We will hear from the fans directly in the fan zones and bring all the best information, analysis and news from the camp across the network.
talkSPORT commentator Lianne Sanderson said: “I’m so excited to be covering the Women’s European Championships, having been to this tournament before me, including the final in 2009 against Germany, so I’m incredibly thrilled to now be bringing listeners all of the best coverage from around the world. Euro 2022 at talkSPORT, the home of football.