We are now just 25 days away from the start of the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup in Canada.
At the end of last year, the qualifying 24 (expanded from 16) teams from around the globe were announced for this World Cup. The USA, England and France are just a few amongst them.
This will be the USWNT's (The United State's women's national soccer team's) seventh appearance in the Women's World Cup, having won twice in the past - in 1991 and as hosts in 1999. Although it is their seventh appearance, it will be their first time with new coach Jill Ellis - who took over from Tom Sermani in May 2014.
The host cities within Canada will be Edmonton, Winnipeg, Ottowa, Montreal, Moncton and Vancouver.
It will all begin on the 6th June 2015, starting the tournament in Edmonton with a match between Canada and China PR, kicking off at 16:00 (local time).
The tournament and Women's World Cup will finish with the 2 final teams playing head to head in Vancouver on the 5th July at 16:00. With a total of 52 matches, who will be the Women's World Cup winner??
The full line up of teams is as follows:
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