France – Italy at Women’s EURO 2022, TV, line-up, presentation

France meet Italy at the New York Stadium in UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 Group D on Sunday 10 July.

France – Italy at a glance

When : Sunday July 10, 9 p.m.
Where : New York Stadium, Rotherham
What : Group D, first day
How to follow the game : live coverage here

On which channel to follow the match

👉 In France, live on TF1 and Canal Plus
👉 Discover broadcasters from other countries

The pitch

It’s time for Corinne Deacon’s Bleues! Three years after the disappointment of elimination against the United States at their home FIFA World Cup, Wendie Renard’s teammates are embarking on a new adventure against the Italian double finalists (1993 and 1997).

The last four are still refusing the country which dominates club football with Lyon and, to reach it in this affordable group, it will first be necessary to build confidence with a good start in Rotherham.

Opposite, Italy is not only an experienced team, but also a formation which benefits from the rise in power of its national championship to present players with growing talent.

Possible compositions

France : Peyraud-Magnin; Perisset, Karchaoui, Mbock Bathy, Torrent; Mateo, Bilbault, Toletti; Diani, Katoto, Cascarino

Italy : Giuliani; Bartoli, Gama, Linari, Boattin; Caruso, Giugliano, Cernoia; Bergamaschi, Girelli, Bonansea


Last six matches : VVVVVV
Last match : France 7-0 Vietnam, 01/07
EURO 2017 : quarters (1-0 loss against England)

Last six matches : NVVNVV (most recent match first)
Last match : Italy 1-1 Spain, 01/07
EURO 2017 : Groups (1 win, 2 losses)

Statements from the coaches

Corinne Deacon, France
The contribution of young and experienced players gives a good mix. We have big ambitions, but now it’s up to us to play. Each nation improves and evolves as the federations put more and more resources into women’s football. You can see that when you look at the magnitude of this EURO.

EURO 2005, France 3-1 Italy

Milena Bertolini, Italy
The first match is the most important as it sets the tone for the entire group stage. Playing against France is difficult, but starting well is essential to set the tone. Our goal is to get out of the group. We know it won’t be easy because there are good teams in our group, strong teams from a physical and technical point of view.

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