Fervor keeps on developing around the eighth version of the FIFA Women’s World Cup™, which will be held in France one year from now, and today the match plan for the competition was exhibited to the Organizing Committee for FIFA Competitions in Zurich.
Paris will host the rivalry’s opening match on 7 June, followed by round-of-16 matches (22-25 June) in Valentines, Le Havre, Reims, Paris, Rennes, Grenoble, Nice and Montpellier, quarter-final matches (27-29 June) in Valenciennes, Le Havre, Paris and Rennes, semi-final matches (2-3 July) in Lyon, and the match for 3rd place (6 July) in Enjoyable. The final of the FIFA Women’s World Cup will see a reappearance to Lyon on 7 July.
FIFA President Gianni Infantino stated: “The present uncover of the match plan for the FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019 makes us a stride nearer to what guarantees to be an extraordinary competition. France is a nation that adores football and knows how to sort out world-class occasions. As the host nation for the competition, it will give fans the opportunity to see the world’s best female footballers in radiant stadiums over the nine urban areas facilitating matches. I am sure that the responsibility and devotion of the French Football Federation, the Local Organizing Committee, and Host Cities around the nation will make this competition one of a kind.”
France Football Federation President Noël Le Graët stated: “In under year and a half’s chance, France will have the greatest rivalry in ladies’ football. Following on from the dispatch of the official motto and token at the Musée de l’Homme in September 2017, the revealing of the match plan is yet another breakthrough headed straight toward the FIFA Women’s World Cup in 2019. The nine Host Cities were anxious to discover who they would welcome. They will now set about putting the greater part of the hierarchical and merry perspectives set up for what will be an energizing time for our nation. The whole beginner football scene – groups, locale, clubs – is as of now included, and I have no uncertainty at all that they will meet people’s high expectations of this real occasion, which will be a colossal festival.”