Interwiki Women Collaboration 2022

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Interwiki Women Collaboration 2022


2017 (Wikimania 2017 in Montreal)2018 (Wikimania 2018 in Cape Town)2019 (Wikimania 2019 in Stockholm)2020 (online)2021 (online)

2022 edition details

Interwiki Women Collaboration (IWC) is an international edit-athon which run every year since 2017, during Wikimania. In 2022: from August 8th to August 21th.

This year, the campaignn covers the women in sports events in 2022. July and August below:

Women's EURO 2022 stadium[edit]

from Italian Wikipedia page Campionato europeo di calcio femminile 2022

The tournament is being hosted in ten stadiums in eight cities, despite being nine at the time of the tournament's award[1]. The initial candidacy featured Meadow Lane at Nottingham and London Road at Peterborough[2], che sono stati successivamente sostituiti dagli stadi City Ground always in Nottingham et St Mary's in Southampton to meet the UEFA requirements[3]. The City Ground stadium was later replaced with Leigh Sports Village in Leigh for refurbishment[1]. On 23 February 2020 it was announced that Old Trafford in Manchester would also host only the first match of the European championship on 7 July 2022, thus bringing the number of lifts to 10.[4].

London Manchester
Capacity: 90,000
Brentford Community Stadiumm
Capacity: 17,250
Old Trafford
Capacità: 74,994
Manchester City Academy Stadium
Capacity: 7,000
Rotherham Milton Keynes Southampton Brighton & Hove
New York Stadium
Capacity: 12,021
Stadium MK
Capacity: 30,500
St Mary's Stadium
Capacity: 32,505
Falmer Stadium
Capacity: 30,750


On 2022, before, during and after the eighteenth Wikimedia virtual conference, Wikimania 2022. Our goal is to write, translate and improve articles about women in sport, with particular attention to female soccer as sport and players (biographies, participating teams etc).



Interwiki Women 2022 Armenian page











Interwiki Women 2022 italian page







  1. a b "Euro 2021: nine venues selected for finals tournament in England". 20 August 2019. Retrieved 24 August 2019. 
  2. "The FA bids to stage UEFA Women's Euro 2021 finals". 29 August 2018. Retrieved 24 August 2019. 
  3. "England to stage UEFA Women's Euro 2021 finals". 3 December 2018. Retrieved 24 August 2019. 
  4. "Women's EURO 2021 to open at Old Trafford". 23 February 2020. Retrieved 27 February 2021. 

Supported by[edit]

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Dashboard campaign[edit]

Please create a program related to your language or country inside the Interwiki Women Collaboration campaign using the Dashboard tool.

Social media[edit]


Who - between August 8th and August 21th - will write more than 5 articles in any language, will receive a postcard from Rome, send by WikiDonne User Group

External links[edit]