Competition deadline is Friday at 19:30 CET
Go head-to-head with your friends in a fun, free competition
adidas Conext 19 ball used in the final among the prizes
With the FIFA Women's World Cup France 2019™ kicking off in two days, you have the chance to emulate New Zealand – who were the last of the 24 teams to book their ticket to the tournament at the end of last year – by being a late entrant into the FIFA Women's World Cup Bracket Challenge. Showcase your expertise and you could win fantastic prizes.
You will need to be quick, though, as registration closes soon. This is your last opportunity to make your predictions to be in with a chance of winning an adidas Conext 19 ball.
The deadline for entries is on Friday, 7 June at 19:30 CET.
The person who finishes top of the global leaderboard will receive an official adidas Conext 19 match ball used in the final at France 2019. Second place through fifth place will each receive a brand-new version of the ball.
You'll need to predict the full tournament bracket, from the group stage all the way to the winning team in the final.
Start with the group stage, where you'll select what you believe will be the final standings for each of the six groups. After ordering your groups, you'll pick four third-place finishers to join the rest in the Round of 16.
Who doesn't enjoy competing against their friends? Set up a mini league to do just that!
If you miss the deadline – or simply want to make amends for an underwhelming group phase – join the Knockout Challenge! It gives you another opportunity to predict results from the Round of 16 on, and comes with its own set of rewards for top finishers on the global leaderboard.
First prize for the Knockout Challenge is a ball used in the opening match of France 2019. Second place will receive a signed photograph of Carli Lloyd, a Women's World Cup winner with USA in 2015, while third gets a signed picture of Brazilian striker Marta, the current all-time top scorer in Women's World Cup history.
Enter the Knockout Challenge starting at 23:30 CET on 20 June up until 16:00 CET on 22 June.