England vs Norway Women’s Euro 2022: TV channel, live stream FREE, kick-off time, team news for HUGE clash in Brighton

ENGLAND return to centre stage TOMORROW in a mouth-watering clash with the Norwegians at the Amex Arena.

Beth Mead’s sensational first-half lob turned out to be the difference maker in the Lionesses opening group game against Austria.

Beth Mead celebrated the winner which was eventually given by VAR


Beth Mead celebrated the winner which was eventually given by VARCredit: Rex
Norway embarrassed Northern Ireland with an emphatic 4-1 win


Norway embarrassed Northern Ireland with an emphatic 4-1 winCredit: Rex

A strike which sent the 68,000 fans at Old Trafford into a frenzy as fans joked that they haven’t heard Manchester United’s stadium that loud in ages.

However, Norway stormed to a convincing 4-1 win against the Northern Ireland the very same day.

But something has to give as both nations go into this fixture on a superb run of form.

What time does England vs Norway kick off?

  • England entertain Norway TOMORROW – Monday, July 11.
  • It is scheduled to kick off at 8pm UK time.
  • Amex Arena – home of Brighton & Hove Albion is the assigned arena for this huge contest which can hold around 31,000 fans.
  • The Lionesses sent Norway crashing out of the World Cup when the sides met in 2019.
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What TV channel is England vs Norway on and can I live stream it?

  • England vs Norway will be broadcasted LIVE on BBC in the UK.
  • Pre-match coverage on BBC is scheduled to commence from 7:35pm UK time – 25 minutes before kick-off.
  • Subscription members of BBC can stream ALL the action LIVE via the BBC iPlayer app or the BBC Sport website.

Can I watch England vs Norway on BBC for FREE?

Yes – BBC is FREE for ALL citizens of the UK who have a valid TV license.

Team news

England boss Sarina Wiegman will be delighted that her side managed to secure three points without gaining any injuries.

But Lionesses reporter Lynsey Hooper believes that Wiegman will switch up the formation and promote skipper Leah Williamson to a new role.

Hooper said: “I suspect Sarina Wiegman will return to a back four, knowing the attacking threat Norway posses, so we could see the return of Alex Greenwood alongside Millie Bright at centre-back.

“This in turn would push captain Leah Williamson into a midfield role.”

Hooper also mentioned that Wiegman may opt to drop Fran Kirby to the bench due to her fatigue issues.

Elsewhere, Norway also have a full strength side and Even Pellerud expected to field the same team who pummelled Northern Ireland on Match day one.

Latest odds

  • England to win 13/20
  • Draw 29/10
  • Norway 4/1

*Odds courtesy of Betfair are correct at time of publication