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Women's EURO: UEFA.com's coverage in Sweden

Published: Tuesday 9 July 2013, 10.10CET
Whether you are following one team in Sweden or the tournament in general, UEFA.com is the place to visit with player interviews, video, social media and live match coverage.
Women's EURO: UEFA.com's coverage in Sweden
UEFA Women's EURO 2013 starts on Wednesday ©Sportsfile
 

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Published: Tuesday 9 July 2013, 10.10CET

Women's EURO: UEFA.com's coverage in Sweden

Whether you are following one team in Sweden or the tournament in general, UEFA.com is the place to visit with player interviews, video, social media and live match coverage.

UEFA Women's EURO 2013 kicks off on Wednesday in Sweden with 12 teams gunning for glory. You can follow every step of their progress with UEFA.com's comprehensive coverage and the competition's official social media channels.

Live match reporting: We have reporters at all the games with live build-up from the stadiums, while our MatchCentre provides a dedicated minute-by-minute commentary, match gallery and all the key statistics. Stay with UEFA.com for post-match reaction from both camps. 

News/features: Get updates and exclusive interviews from a host of UEFA EURO 2013 players throughout the finals.

Video coverage: The UEFA.com video section has pre-tournament interviews with players from every team plus a four-part documentary detailing the history of the competition. Once the drama begins, you can watch reaction from each match, interviews and much more over the next 18 days. In addition, there are exclusive skills masterclasses featuring the stars of UEFA Women's EURO on UEFA Training Ground.

Multilingual platforms: As usual, the championship will be covered in ten languages, with even more detail supplied in the mother tongues of the countries competing in Sweden.

Photography: A dedicated photography section will include training, press conference, fan, pre-match and live action shots among other exclusive material.

Social media: Reporters will be tweeting throughout the tournament, uploading the latest news, photos and videos to the microblogging site Twitter; be sure to follow @UEFAWomensEURO and use #Euro2013 to have your say. The event's official Facebook page will bring further news and views on the finals.

Press kits: In-depth press kits will be made available before every game containing all the key facts and figures, standings, match official stats and squad lists. Download them on UEFA.com. There will be over 300 accredited members of the media at the finals from across Europe.

Get involved: The official UEFA Women's EURO 2013 Predictor game is a great way to get involved, with the added benefit of some superb prizes on offer courtesy of Hyundai ... if you do well, of course.

Last updated: 09/07/13 13.43CET

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