The tournament is expected to be the biggest women's sporting event in European history with many of the world's greatest female footballers taking part.
Brighton & Hove will play host to three games, throughout July, including a quarter-final tie.
The new UEFA Women's EURO roadsign showcases the national flags of Austria, England and Norway and will be in place for the duration of the tournament.
The sign has been installed on London Road and will be in place for the duration of the competition.
With over 450,000 tickets sold, even before a ball is kicked, this year's event has already surpassed the previous tournament record of 240,045 set in the Netherlands (2017).
Ahead of the opening match at the Community Stadium on 11th July, fans are being encouraged to welcome and embrace all the teams arriving in Brighton & Hove.
The FA's Head of Tournament Delivery, Chris Bryant said:
"We're delighted to be able to officially welcome the UEFA Women's EURO 2022 teams to England.
"We have an exciting few weeks ahead and a fantastic opportunity for football fans to experience some of the world's very best players on their doorstep.
"As we look ahead to the opening match, excitement across the country is growing at an incredible rate.
"Anyone who hasn't got a ticket still has a chance to get involved and show their support for what is already a huge history-making moment for women"s football."
During the tournament, fans can watch some of the best players in the world at the Community Stadium, with England women's all-time top goalscorer Ellen White expected to feature on the South Coast.
UEFA Women's EURO England 2022 brings the tournament back to England for the first time since 2005.
Tickets are still available
for fans to experience a record-breaking tournament that aims to unite football and communities
and amplify the growth of the women's game.
Brighton & Hove Community Stadium Fixtures:
England v Norway (Monday 11 July)
Austria v Norway (Friday 15 July)
Quarter Final (Wednesday 20 July)