What’s new at the 2019 FIFA World Cup?
The 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup kicks off in Russia on June 10 and will feature a number of marquee matches for both the nations, with the USA set to face Canada, the United Arab Emirates and the United Kingdom.
The USA, who are hoping to be the first women’s team to reach the World Cup final, will have a pair of matches against the United States’ best and most consistent team in the women’s game, which has won eight consecutive World Cups.
The USA’s best XI has won a record-tying 12 FIFA World Cups and is currently ranked third in the world.
On the other side of the equation, Canada have had a successful World Cup so far, hosting Australia, Portugal, Germany and Sweden in their first tournament since the 2014 World Cup.
Canada are expected to face a number on their roster of familiar faces as they take on a host of players from their 2014 FIFA Women�s World Cup squad.
The Canadian Women’s National Team, led by captain Christine Sinclair, have been consistently at the top of the FIFA rankings and are expected not only to be among the best teams in the tournament, but also to be a major force on the pitch.
The team has earned the right to play in the Women�a World Cup in 2019, where they are expected have a chance of advancing to the semi-finals.
The 2018 FIFA Women World Cup was held in Russia with the winner advancing to Russia’s 2018 World Cup qualifying group, while the 2019 Women�asian World Cup will be played in the country, with Russia hosting and Canada, USA, England, France and Germany among the four teams.