No use for commercial purposes may be made of such trademarks. Youth National Team star and elite college player. The seven group winners qualify for the finals. Stade Auguste Delaune; Reims, France 42 June 24 2F vs. Add in the atmosphere of one of the biggest soccer tournaments in the sport and you can bet each city will be at its absolute best next summer. Japan are one of the most consistent sides in football and were World Cup winners in 2011 and runners-up in 2015.
The odds may be stacked against these four countries, three of whom will likely be seeded in Pot 4. Then obviously we have a familiar foe in Sweden. In Pot 3, China is the second highest ranked team but probably the one the U. Just a year after the 2018 edition of the men's World Cup final in Russia, the Women's World Cup 2019 is raring and ready to go and will start on June 7, 2019 and end on July 7, 2019. Titleholders the United States will meet Sweden in the group stage for the sixth consecutive World Cup, meanwhile, and find themselves opposite Chile and Thailand in Group F. In the first edition of the 24-team tournament in 2015, Cameroon, the Netherlands and Switzerland all advanced to the knockout rounds in their first World Cup appearance.
The stadium, which opened in 2008, is easily recognizable due to its unique transparent roof structure. And you can bet the ladies want to get some revenge. Keep an eye on Scotland, as the Scots are markedly improved from the 2015 cycle and feature a plethora of players who play at top clubs in England. The full schedule and fixture list is available from the tournament's official. Scotland, who are making their first appearance at the World Cup, will meet England in Nice on 9 June in what is the opening game for both countries. Stade de Lyon; Lyon, France U. England and Scotland met at Euro 2017, with the Lionesses in Utrecht.
Women's World Cup 2019 format Next summer's edition of the Women's World Cup will feature 24 teams broken into six groups of four teams each. The United States women's national team hopes 2019 is just as good as 2015 was. Â Jill Ellis' team have won their last 10 matches in a row, have drawn just two of their last 18 fixtures and are undefeated since a 1-0 loss to Australia in July 2017. Stade du Hainaut; Valenciennes; France 40 June 23 1A vs. They also saw off England to reclaim the SheBelieves Cup in 2018. Parc des Princes; Paris, France 47 June 29 W43 vs.
Taking place in France — the first time the country has hosted the tournament and the third time Europe will have done so — next summer's competition will see 24 countries compete for the highest football honour. Parc des Princes; Paris, France 43 June 25 1E vs. In the final pot, the U. Summer in Paris is the perfect time to dine al fresco at a charming café, see the city on foot or cycle, and of course, catch a World Cup Match. Host City Reims Host Stadium Stade Auguste-Delaune The small city of Reims is known for its history, its culture, and a certain bubbly beverage. Of the 10 venues, seven will stage at least three group stage games. Play-offs The four contenders are drawn into two ties played over two legs in October 2018.
Don't be shocked to see one or two advance. Host City Rennes Host City Roazhon Park Located in the Brittany region, Rennes is a lively university town that was recently voted one of the most livable cities in the country. The qualification process for the Women's World Cup in 2019 was completed in early December, with the group stage for all 24 participants having been confirmed on December 8, 2018. The breakdown of venues and games can be seen in the table below. Stade de Lyon; Lyon, France 50 July 3 W47 vs. England, meanwhile, will meet 2015 runners-up Japan in Group D, as well as home nation rivals Scotland and Argentina.
The 24 teams will be drawn into six groups of four teams, with the hosts Poland automatically seeded to Pot 1 and placed into the first position of Group A. Stade Océane; Le Havre, France 46 June 28 W40 vs. It's a good draw for the U. The winner and runner-up of each group will automatically progress to the round of 16. Their men's team became world champions in 2018, and they'll hope to follow suit by winning the final on July 7. First of all, the host cities are incredible destinations in their own right.
Parc des Princes; Paris, France 24 June 16 Sweden vs. France France couldn't have hoped for much better in terms of their group opposition, and the winner of Group A will face the third-place finisher from one of Groups C, D or E in the round of 16. Women's World Cup 2019 host cities In 2019, the Women's World Cup will be held in 10 different venues across nine different cities in France, who won the right to host the tournament in March 2015. Defending champions United States are expected to go far in France once again, having won the competition three times. Any commercial use or distribution without the express written consent of Getty Images is strictly prohibited. Stade Océane; Le Havre, France 21 June 15 Canada vs.