Ex-Switzerland coach Béatrice von Siebenthal and former England manager Hope Powell comprised UEFA's technical team at the finals.
Béatrice von Siebenthal spent 14 seasons at BCO Alemannia Basel 1919, SV Sissach and FC Bern, becoming a coach on retirement. The sole female on her coaching course, she became the only Swiss woman to hold a UEFA Pro licence. After a year in regional football, she took over at FC Rot-Schwarz Thun and in 1995 she was appointed coach of the Switzerland women's Under-19 side, combining club and national team roles. A year later, she became a full-time member of the Swiss Football Association coaching staff, taking charge of the senior national women's team from January 2005 until December 2011. Also a FIFA instructor, von Siebenthal has acted as UEFA technical observer at the full range of women's final tournaments from Under-17 to senior levels.
Hope Powell was capped 66 times by England (scoring 35 goals) during her playing days with Millwall Lionesses, Fulham and Croydon and, in 2003, became the first female coach in England to earn a UEFA Pro licence. She was in charge of the national side from 1998 untill August 2013, guiding England's women to a silver medal at UEFA EURO 2009; coaching the Great Britain team that competed in the 2012 Olympic Games and earning the British distinctions of the CBE and OBE for her services to the game.