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Uefa Women's EURO 2022

England’s historic win over Germany last night in the final of the Uefa Women’s Euro delivered record audiences for both the BBC and ARD.

Subscription broadcaster DAZN has expanded its women’s football coverage with a deal to show live coverage in Germany of all matches from this summer’s Uefa Women’s Euro tournament. D

Online professional networking platform LinkedIn has signed on as the fourth national sponsor for England’s Uefa Women’s Euro 2022.

Premium beer brand Heineken has struck new sponsorship deals across three women’s sports properties – Uefa’s Women’s Champions League and Women’s Euros, and W Series, the single-seater motor racing ch…

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