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FUTEBOL: Registo das seleções no Mundial feminino infographic

Registo das seleções no Mundial feminino

05/31/2019
Graphic News

June 7-July 7, 2019 -- O Mundial de Futebol feminino disputa-se em França, com 24 seleções. Os Estados Unidos, três vezes campeões do Mundo, têm o melhor registo, com mais vitórias e mais golos marcados – a anfitriã do torneio, a França, pretende chegar à final do Mundial em casa

Host nation France will open the tournament against South Korea in Paris on June 7. Reigning champions United States begin their campaign against Thailand, while England and Scotland kick off Group D -- which also includes 2015 finalists Japan -- in a highly anticipated contest.

Since the first Women’s World Cup in 1991, there have have been seven tournaments; the United States is aiming to lift the trophy for a record-extending fourth time in France after victories in 1991, 1999 and 2015. Three other nations have been crowned World Champions: Germany (2003, 2007), Norway (1995) and Japan (2011).

A total of 52 matches will be played at 9 venues over four weeks, with the final taking place at Parc Olympique Lyonnais in Lyon on July 7.


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