UEFA Women's Euros 2021 organisers on hunt for volunteers as big tournament comes to Rotherham

UEFA Women's Euros 2021 organisers on hunt for volunteers as big tournament comes to Rotherham

By Admin | 06/03/2020

UEFA Women's Euros 2021 organisers on hunt for volunteers as big tournament comes to Rotherham

 

WITH excitement building as Rotherham prepares to host matches in next year's UEFA Women's Euros tournament, fans can pre-register for the chance to become one of hundreds of volunteers bringing the matchday experience to life for visiting supporters. 

As International Women's Day approaches this Sunday, it comes at a time of huge excitement and momentum for women's football. 

And with the Women's Euros 2021 set to be the biggest celebration of the women's game ever seen in this country, the FA is inviting fans to mark the global day by pre-registering their interest to volunteer and play their part in history. 

AESSEAL New York Stadium is one of ten English grounds which will stage matches.

It will host four games, including a quarter-final on July 24 in what promises to be a record-breaking edition of the tournament next summer.

Central to the fan experience will be the volunteers at each host venue. From building the atmosphere inside and outside stadiums, to greeting and assisting supporters, they will play an important role.

AESSEAL New York Stadium...one of ten host venues for the 2021 Women's Euros.

Chris Bryant, the FA's Head of Tournament Delivery, said: "We know that when our country hosts major sporting events, the inspirational and committed volunteers play a huge role in adding the magic to what is already a special occasion.

"Fans can now pre-register their interest in volunteering at one of our ten host venues and we look forward to announcing more information in due course about the  opportunities available."

More than 700,000 tickets are available to fans at the tournament, with extensive coverage of every game available on free-to-air television, radio and online. 

Fans will be able to see some of the world's best players in action on home soil as 31 matches are played across 26 days of competition.

To pre-register interest in volunteering opportunities as well for tickets, tournament news and competitions, visit TheFA.com/WEURO2021
 

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