England Women vs Netherlands Women Live Stream: How To Watch

England’s lionesses are back on our screens – this time they take on the Dutch women in an international friendly. Here’s everything you need to know about attachment.

England’s women are recovering from excellent form. They haven’t lost in 12 games and are unbeaten in their last eight home games – which will give them a fantastic confidence boost going into this game. Add to that the fact that they’ve scored a whopping 21 goals in just four games – a little different from their male counterparts Gareth Southgates Men who are struggling to find the back of the web at the moment.

The opponents, the Netherlands, are also in good form. They destroyed Cyprus in their last game – they walked away 12-0 winners. Judging from recent form, this game should be an absolute smasher and we should see the net buckle at least a couple of times.

So let’s take a look at everything you need to know for the England Women vs Netherlands Women game.

Date and Time

General view of Elland Road
LEEDS, ENGLAND – MAY 8: Dark clouds form over Elland Road during First Division Football reality during the FA Barclaycard Premiership game between Leeds United and Charlton Athletic at Elland Road on May 8, 2004 in Leeds, England becomes. (Photo by Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images)

England vs Netherlands takes place on Friday 24 June 2022 at Elland Road, Leeds. The game starts at 20:00 UK time.

how to see

Football fans in the UK will be delighted to hear that England v Netherlands will be broadcast live channel 4!

Live broadcast

If you want to stream the big game live, you can do so via Channel 4 streaming service.

You’ll need an account as well as a TV license, so make sure you set that up before kick-off.

Team News

Ellen White from England
WOLVERHAMPTON, ENGLAND – JUNE 16: Ellen White of England during the Women’s International Friendly match between England and Belgium at Molineux on June 16, 2022 in Wolverhampton, United Kingdom. (Photo by Catherine Ivill/Getty Images)

England manager Wiegman has confirmed her 23-man squad for this summer’s EURO and expects this friendly will be used to test who gets berthed in the big games that are just a month away.

However, a big miss for this game will be Manchester City Lionesses forward and all-time leading scorer – Ellen White. She will miss this friendly after testing positive for Covid-19.

The Netherlands will do the same in this game and try to find out what their strongest line-up is for the summer. The Netherlands are among the favorites for this summer’s EURO title along with England, so this will be a fantastic warm-up game to get fans excited about the upcoming competition.

England predicted XI: ears; Stokes, Wubben-Moy, Light, Bronze; Walsh, Williamson, Hemp, Stanway, Mead; Kelly

Estimated XI of the Netherlands: van Veenendal; Olislagers, Janssen, Nouwen, Wilms; green, pointed, pelova; van Dooren, Beerensteyn, Miedema

head to head

The teams have only met twice so far, so the games went like this:

August 3, 2017: Netherlands 3 – 0 England

November 29, 2016: Netherlands 0 – 1 England


Here are the odds offered by different bookmakers:

England: 6/5

To draw: 21/10

Netherlands: 7/4

Prognosis: England 1 – 1 Netherlands

Sarina Wiegman, manager of England
BURTON-UPON-TRENT, ENGLAND – NOVEMBER 23: England manager Sarina Wiegman looks on during an England women’s training session at St Georges Park on November 23, 2021 in Burton-upon-Trent, England. (Photo by Naomi Baker/Getty Images)

Both teams are in really great form, scoring goals for fun – so we think it will end in a draw. Both teams are equal and we think it will be a close encounter. 1-1

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