This post has details of the FiFA Womens World Cup Finals taking place in France in June and July 2019 to help you plan a football trip.
In 2019, France has the honor to host the eighth edition of the FIFA Women’s World Cup™. From the 7 June until 7 July 2019, twenty-four qualified teams, including France as the host nation will compete to win the title. 52 matches will be played across the following nine host cities: Paris, which will host the opening match, Reims, Valenciennes, Le Havre, Rennes, Grenoble, Montpellier, Nice, where the 3rd place match will take place and Lyon, which will host the Semi-Finals and the Final.
Tickets are on-sale at the moment with the current phase of ticket sales finishing on the 7th March. For the current phase fans can buy ticket packages enabling fans to attend several matches in one Host City. Details of ticket packages and prices for FifA 2019 Womens World Cup
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The Draw for the FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019™ took place at La Seine Musicale in Paris in December. Hosts France will take on Korea Republic in the competition’s opening match at the Parc des Princes on 7 June at 21:00 (local time). Norway and Nigeria were also drawn in Group A.
Australia were drawn as the top seed in Group C and will face Italy, Brazil and Jamaica, while Group D will see an intriguing opening match between arch-rivals England and Scotland in Nice on 9 June. Group E saw Canada drawn with Cameroon, New Zealand and European champions the Netherlands, while holders USA will face Thailand, Chile and Sweden in Group F.
The draw was conducted by FIFA Legends Alex Scott and Louis Saha, who brought the same flair that they displayed on the football pitch to the draw event. A dazzling line-up of assistants including Didier Deschamps, Marie Bochet, Kaká, Cindy Cone, Michael Essien, Aya Miyama and Steffi Jones lent a helping hand in the draw, as the 24 nations participating in the FIFA Women’s World Cup found out whom they will play next year in France.
The confirmed FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019 match schedule is now available on FIFA.com