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Candidacy for UEFA Women’s Euro 2025

Photo: Michael Erichsen/Bildbyrån.

In collaboration with the School of Business, Economics and Law in Gothenburg and the Nordic group that is running to arrange euro 2025, work is underway to create long-term effects linked to diversity, equality, inclusion and public health. With legacy management as a method in planning and evaluation, events can be used as tools in the implementation of the global sustainability goals (Agenda 2030). During the planning of the European Women’s Football Championship, four sustainability goals are identified as central: Good health and well-being (Goal 3), Gender equality (Goal 5), Reduced inequality (Goal 10) and Sustainable cities and communities (Goal 11). The ambition is that the effects of the event will contribute to gender equality, reduced inequality and health and well-being. UEFA Women’s Euro 2025 can inspire an increased number of players, managers and referees in girls’ and women’s football as well as public interest towards women