2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup: What to know
What to know about a highly-anticipated 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup in France. Who’s approaching to win, where to watch, and that teams are a underdogs?
The 23 players representing a United States during this summer’s FIFA Women’s World Cup are on their approach to Europe for a final weeks of credentials of their pretension defense.
Meanwhile, behind home, a U.S. soccer classification has launched a first-ever mobile app to convene adult fans from opposite a republic and move larger prominence to this winning team.
The new app, launched this weekend forward of a American women’s 3-0 win over Mexico during Red Bull Arena on Sunday, facilities specific pages for any actor on a universe crater roster, giving an in-depth demeanour during a players on and off a field.
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The app also uses new object-recognition record that will concede fans to align their phones with eye-catching murals and posters already on arrangement opposite a nation to clear disdainful calm about any player.
Posters of a U.S. Women’s National Team register during a media day during a Twitter offices in New York City.
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Murals featuring a likes of Alex Morgan, Kelly O’Hara, Carli Lloyd, Julie Ertz, Megan Rapinoe and others, were embellished by gifted womanlike artists in Atlanta, Chicago, Cincinnati, Denver, Los Angeles, New York City, Orlando, Philadelphia, Portland, St. Louis and a Bay Area.
Additionally, a app will give fans rare matchday entrance with a starting 11 lineups, idea replays, and real-time updates.
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The U.S. women’s inhabitant group heads to Europe this week for a month-long World Cup tournament. The fortifying champions find to do a scarcely unfit of back-to-back trophies.
Their initial compare is Jun 11 opposite Thailand, followed by games on Jun 16 opposite China and afterwards Jun 20 opposite longtime rivals Sweden. All games can be watched live on Fox Sports.