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Monday 20 June 2022

England Legend Fara Williams Will Join UEFA Womens EURO 2022 Roadshow When It Visits Brighton This Week

The UEFA Women's EURO roadshow will visit Brighton this week as part of a national tour visiting all host cities.

The free roadshow, supported by Brighton and Hove City Council, will get underway at Hove Promenade on 25th June, offering visitors a chance to get involved in this summer's tournament.  

Local entertainment will be on offer throughout, with DJs performing live, along with a host of other exciting acts on the line-up. 

Fans will also have a chance to have their picture taken with the UEFA Women's EURO 2022 trophy and win tickets to games at the tournament.

England legend Fara Williams will be heading to the event and will be joined by a variety of footballing talent including grassroot coaches from the Sussex FA, freestylers, and members of the Lewes FC Women's team.

Williams is England's most capped player with 172 appearances for her country. 

The former midfielder represented England at two UEFA Women"s EURO championships, three FIFA World Cups and the London 2012 Olympics. 

England Legend, Fara Williams MBE said: 

"Some of the biggest names in the game will be playing right here in England and it's going to be really special. 

"I"m excited to be able to experience UEFA Women"s EURO 2022 as a fan this summer, as the crowds will be unlike anything European football has seen before. 

"Accessibility is definitely a big part of generating that atmosphere, so it's great to see events like the Roadshow's helping to introduce more people to the game."

UEFA Women's EURO 2022 Roadshow will be open from 11am – 5pm on Saturday 25th June at Hove Promenade. Match tickets for fixtures including games at the Community Stadium will also be available for purchase on the day. Full details of the route and timings are available here

by: Mike Cobley


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