FIFA Women's World Cup France 2019™

7 June - 7 July

Teams

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Teams

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ARG
Argentina
AUS
Australia
BRA
Brazil
CAN
Canada
CHI
Chile
CHN
China PR
ENG
England
FRA
France
GER
Germany
ITA
Italy
JAM
Jamaica
JPN
Japan
KOR
Korea Republic
NED
Netherlands
NOR
Norway
SCO
Scotland
ESP
Spain
SWE
Sweden
THA
Thailand
USA
USA
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Preliminaries

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Africa

Africa

The 2018 CAF African Women's Cup of Nations will take place between 17 November and 1 December in Ghana. The winner, runner-up and third-place side will qualify for the FIFA Women's World Cup France 2019.

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Asia

Asia

The 2018 AFC Asian Women's Cup took place in Jordan, where China PRThailand, Australia and Japan reached the semi-finals and sealed their spots at the FIFA Women's World Cup France 2019. In the match for fifth place, Korea Republic secured the continent's fifth and final qualifying berth.

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Europe

Europe

After the first qualifying round (6-11 April 2017), the remaining 35 teams were divided into seven groups of five.

Italy, Spain, England, Germany, Norway, Scotland and Sweden qualified as group winners to join hosts France. The Netherlands beat Switzerland and Denmark in play-offs to claim Europe's final berth.

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North, Central America and Caribbean

North, Central America and Caribbean

USA, Canada and Jamaica won their tickets to France 2019 at the 2018 CONCACAF Women's Championship, which took place between 4 and 17 October 2018 in USA. Fourth-placed Panama were defeated by Argentina in the intercontinental play-off in November 2018.

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Oceania

Oceania

Hosts Fiji advanced from the preliminary round (25-31 August) to join the eight-nation field for the OFC Women's Nations Cup, which will be held from 18 November to 1 December 2018 in New Caledonia. The winner will qualify for France 2019.

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South America

South America

The Copa America Femenina 2018 was held between 4-22 April in Chile. Brazil and Chile finished top-two to qualify for France 2019, while third-placed Argentina also booked their place after beating the fourth-placed CONCACAF side Panama in a play-off in November 2018.