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2022 Summer Football Calendar: Fixtures in June, July, and August


Normally, this would be the time of the year when the men’s World Cup would be taking place. Qatar’s winning bid means less football until the season resumes in August. For fans of women’s football, there will be plenty of action with the women’s World Cup taking place between 20th July and 20th August. Let’s look at where the action is expected to be! 

 

Kano Pillars vs. Dakkada FC (NFPL)

Date: 22nd June 2022 at 15:00 GMT

Venue: General Sani Abacha Stadium

Result of Previous Match: Dakkada FC 1 – Kano Pillars 0 (5th February 2022). 

What to Expect: The two strugglers will be facing each other with a solitary point between the 17th and 19th placed teams. With two wins in their last five, the home team will hope to get a positive result and climb up the table. Dakkada FC are in better form, having won 3 of their last five matches. They will be looking to build on that momentum. Expect a low-scoring match with Dakkada FC, the likely winners. 

June

21st June

There will be two fixtures to determine which teams proceed to the next stage of the world’s most coveted international club tournament (UEFA Champions League). 

22nd June

Austria Women will be hosting Scotland Women as the visiting side prepares for the Women’s World Cup in July. 

23rd June

Belgium women will host Northern Ireland women in a friendly match as Bulgaria and Israel meet to decide who proceeds to the Women’s World Cup. 

24th June

Winners of the two UEFA Champions League Semi-Finals will face off against each other. 

There will be four Women’s World Cup qualifying matches and four women’s international friendlies. 

25th June

There will be four women’s international friendlies as teams look to finalize their preparations for the World Cup. 

26th June

In Nigeria, Match Day 35 will action-packed with ten fixtures scheduled. Stay tuned to the 22Bet blog for predictions on select matches. 

The women’s World Cup preparations will continue as five international friendlies occur on this date. 

27th June

One women’s international friendly and one women’s World Cup qualifying match will take place. 

28th June

Enjoy four women’s World Cup qualifying matches and seven women’s international friendlies. 

Also on the schedule: Ajax faces SV Meppen in a pre-season friendly. 

29th June

Only two women’s international friendlies are scheduled for this day. 

30th June

A single women’s international friendly will bid goodbye to the month of June. 

July

1st July

Start the month with some football action with two women’s international friendlies. 

2nd July

You will have a choice between the club and international friendlies with one women’s international match set for this day, plus two club friendlies involving Dutch giants Ajax and Feyenoord.

3rd July

 The NFPL in Nigeria will be action-packed, with ten matches on the schedule. We will bring you predictions from our experts on selected matches. 

5th July

There will be 15 UEFA Champions League qualifying matches and two qualifying matches for the Europa Conference League. 

Also in action: Borussia Dortmund away to Luner SV in a pre-season friendly match. 

6th July

The Europa Conference League will have two qualifying matches on this day. 

Also on the schedule: England women will face Austria women in a European Championship match. 

7th July

26 Europa Conference League qualifying matches are set to be played, plus Norway women will face Northern Ireland in the women’s European Championship. 

8th July

Action in the women’s European Championship continues with two matches scheduled. 

Also in action: Arsenal will start their pre-season campaign against FC Nurnberg. 

9th July

There will be two women’s European Championship matches and several club friendlies. 

 

10th July

Action in the NFPL returns with ten matches on the card. Keep checking this blog for predictions on select matches. 

Also in action: 2 women’s European Championship matches. 

11th July

Austria women will be facing Northern Ireland in the women’s European Championship. 

12th July

15 UEFA Champions League qualifying matches are set for this day. 

Also in action: 2 women’s European Championship matches and one qualifying match for the Europa Conference League. 

Interesting match: English powerhouses Manchester United and Liverpool will be facing each other in a pre-season friendly. 

13th July

There will be two women’s European Championship matches and a pre-season-friendly match between Olot and Barcelona. 

14th July

Enjoy the action in the women’s European Championship with 2 scheduled matches and the Europa Conference League with 29 qualifying matches. 

15th July 

Two women’s European Championship matches are scheduled. Manchester United and Liverpool will be in pre-season action against Melbourne V and Crystal Palace, respectively. 

16th July

There will be two women’s European Championship matches and several pre-season friendlies. 

17th July

 The NFPL will welcome the season’s final day with ten matches on the card. Our experts will prepare predictions for select fixtures. 

18th July

Two fixtures in the women’s European Championship are set for this day. 

19th July 

There will be seven qualifying matches for the UEFA Champions League alongside several pre-season friendlies. 

20th July

The FIFA Women’s World Cup kicks off in Australia and New Zealand. The month-long tournament will end on 20th August. 

21st July

There will be a whopping 39 qualification fixtures for the Europa Conference League alongside several pre-season friendlies. 

26th July

The UEFA Champions League will have 7 qualifying matches. 

28th July

Enjoy the Europa Conference League action with the 38 matches scheduled for this day. 

30th July

The end of the pre-season nears with the FA Community Shield between Liverpool and Manchester City on the cards. In Germany, the DFL Supercup will see RB Leipzig take on Bayern Munich. 

Arsenal will also be concluding their pre-season action as they take to the pitch to face Sevilla in the Emirates Cup. 

August

Club football will resume across Europe from 5th August when the English Premier League and the Bundesliga kick-off. 



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