Lyon, home to the European women's champion, will host the semifinals July on 2-3 and final on July 7 at the 59,000-seat Stade de Lyon, opened in 2016. Lyon's president is Jean-Michael Aulas, one of the most powerful men in French soccer.
opening game will played on June 7 at the Parc de Princes, venue of the Euro 1984 men's final and home of Paris St. Germain. The other host cities will be: Grenoble, Le Havre, Montpellier, Nice,
Reims, Rennes and Valenciennes.
The quarterfinal matches will take place in Valenciennes, Le Havre, Paris and Rennes while the third-place game will be in Nice.
France will have a dress rehearsal this summer when it hosts the Under-20 Women's World Cup but all four venues will be small cities in Brittany, home of French soccer federation president Noel Le Graet.