Nottingham Forest are delighted to confirm that The City Ground will play host to matches as part of the UEFA Women’s Euro 2021 tournament.
It was confirmed today by the UEFA Executive Committee that England will be the host country for the tournament and The City Ground has been chosen as one of nine venues for the competition.
The tournament will be held in England for the first time since 2005, with England qualifying automatically as hosts and the other 15 teams to be decided by qualifiers from February 2019 to October 2020.
The City Ground has hosted international fixtures before, notably when three matches were played on Trentside during the men's European Championship in 1996.
The full list of cities and stadia to host the tournament are as follows:
- Brighton & Hove - AMEX Stadium
- London - Wembley Stadium
- London - Brentford Community Stadium
- Milton Keynes - Stadium MK
- Manchester - Manchester City Academy Stadium
- Nottingham – The City Ground
- Rotherham - AESSEAL New York Stadium
- Sheffield - Bramall Lane
- Southampton – St. Mary's Stadium