UEFA women’s Netherlands Switserland
The Women’s UEFA championships are finally here! This year the tournament is hosted by England from July 6 till July 31. The third game for the Dutch team will be this Sunday, July 17 – playing against Switzerland. So join us watching the game with your buddies on GAPP with a couple of cold ones!
Before a match, it’s necessary to warm up. So get yourself a fresh, blonde Lellebel beer (from brewery De Eeuwige Jeugd), beat your friends with some table football, and predict the final score of the first match to win the status of lucky Lellebel!
What to expect?
Orange drinks, people dressed up in orange, and hopefully a lot of goals for our Dutch team! When predicting the final score of the match, also take a good guess which of our Dutchies will be the ‘Lellebel of the Match’: who is going to be the top scorer? When guessing right, you will win the Lellebel gift box!
However, everyone is a winner: enough Dutch ‘bitterballen’, vegetarian and vegan snacks, and orange beer cocktails ‘Orange Pils’ for all!
We don’t do reservations, just come by and surprise us with a stunning orange outfit. Find yourself a spot in front of the screen and enjoy the match. The game starts at 18:00h, but feel free to warm up at GAPP with a burger, salad and some (0.0%) beers to ease your nerves.
Facts about the UEFA Women’s Champions against Sweden:
- We enter the Women’s UEFA 2022 with 30 ladies in the Dutch team, including our 8 stand-by stars
- Guided by coach Mark Parsons we hope to reach the finals!
- If we make it, the Dutch team will play the final games on July 22 in Leigh, July 26 in Sheffield, and July 31 in London
- The girl to ‘watch out for’ from the Swiss team, is Lia Wälti!
- Most played games in the Swiss team are on Ana – Maria Crnogorčević, with 137 interlands!
- Switzerland is currently the number 20 on the Fifa world ranking.
- Things could get wild this Sunday: Both countries can secure a spot in the next round by winning this match.
- The last winner of the UEFA Women’s Championships in 2017 is The Netherlands. So let’s repeat that!