WORLD CUP 2019 – The match between Chile and Sweden is set for the early evening. At 9 pm, the United States will oppose Thailand. Earlier in the day, the Netherlands secured victory against New Zealand. France play again on Wednesday. Schedule, match results, scores … All the news of the Women's World Cup live.
- LIVE – The first game of the group F of this World Cup of women's football began at 18 hours: Chile is opposed to Sweden.
- TO THE PROGRAM – Another game will be scored on Tuesday night: the United States will face Thailand at 9pm. France will play their second game on Wednesday night against Norway (Group A).
- LATEST RESULTS – New Zealand thought they could draw the tie against the Netherlands on Tuesday afternoon in Group E of this group stage of the 2019 World Cup, but that did not have Jill Roord, who scored the scoring goal for the Batavians took the lead 92 minutes in,
- Follow us with this Women's World Cup with every day the calendar of games, goals and results in all the live fields.
Sweden monopolizes the ball in the first quarter of an hour, but fails to create a real opportunity goal. The Chiliennes are well organized defensively and try to continue against, even if opportunities are rare at the moment.
This is the game between Chile and Sweden, counting for the group F of the 2019 Women's World Cup. It is the Swedes, who are the enterprising harpsichord in this initial encounter, but the first two kicking games gave nothing.
Within minutes of the opening match, Swedish players received the support of their Prince Daniel in a video posted on social networks. The opportunity for the king to wish good luck to the national team, while waiting to live a summer and a course identical to that of the men's team last year.
Second meeting of the day at Roazhon Park in Rennes. Sweden enters the fight against a team from Chile, a newcomer at this stage of the competition. On the Swedish side, the team will be lined up in a 4-3-3 run by Peter Gerhardsson. Note that three players, including Fridolina Rolfö, make their World Cup debut.
For the first time in its history, Chile will compete for a Women's World Cup. This evolution, the country owes in part to its coach José Letelier, who assumed the reins of the national team in 2015. The former goalkeeper allowed his country to finish in 2nd place of the Copa América in 2018 and thus obtain a direct qualification for the Copa del World. In front of them, Sweden are expected to finish second in the group, even if the country remains in a series of 4 games without a victory in the World Cup. Start of the match at 6pm at Roazhon Park Stadium in Rennes.
Very agitated on the left side, the Bataves striker received the trophy awarding the best player of the meeting. A logical distinction in view of his very good performance this afternoon in Le Havre.
With this success, the Netherlands lead this group with Canada, yesterday winning by 1-0 goals of Cameroon. The Batatas will face Cameroon next Saturday in Valenciennes, while Canada will challenge New Zealand in Grenoble at 9 pm.
A narrow success for the Batavians, who almost got the extra time against the Kiwis (1-0). Cruel end to New Zealand, which deserved to come out with a point. Sabrina Wiegman's coach was invaluable as Roord, the new entrant, scored the winning goal. In the standings, the Dutch recovered at the top of group E.
The Arsenal Roord striker saves the Netherlands at the end of the game. She took a good discount from Beerensteyn, to take against Nayler. The Batavians will win on the smaller margins.
The Lyon player is replaced by his coach, while there are only 5 minutes to play. Van den Sanden experienced a lot of rubbish in his passing game this afternoon, though often offensive with Martens on the right.
New Zealand is about to take a big step this afternoon. Solid defensively, it's hard to see how the Batavas can open the scoring, with only 10 minutes left to play.
Even though the danger is approaching Nayler's cages, the score still does not move. The Dutch find Miedima better in front of the attack, but it is well gagged by the defense of the fetuses.
After a big scare at the start of the second period, the Batavians take their place in the defense of New Zealand. Miedima enters goalkeeper Nayler at the penalty spot. This is the eighth win of the match in the Netherlands.
Martens launches Miedema, best director of the English championship, in depth. His cross shot passed straight through Nayler's cage, keeper of Bordeaux. Smell the knockout in this second start period.
In the left side, Martens wins the duel, but his shot flies in the bleachers of the Océane stadium. The danger comes mainly from the Barça player.
The Netherlands came close to disaster. Just at the penalty spot, Gregorius lost his volley. But it's tricky this afternoon for the current European champion.
It is left for the second act at Océane Stadium. The Dutch will have to be more precise in the finish and distrust of the fast offensives of Ferns
New Zealand holds the clash in Le Havre. If the Netherlands had more chances, the Ferns are very dangerous on the counterattack, including Luv Chance, who hit the crossbar. On the Dutch side, danger often happened via Martens. At the end of the first period, Bloodworth lost the two unmissable meters of the cages, making a curve.
15:33 – White Framed Shot
In a counterattack, Gregorius plays White, who is armed with a flush shot, deflected by goalkeeper Van Veenendaal. The corner is pushed past by Oranjes defender.
Nice move in the penalty area between Van de Sanden and Martens, which ends with a corner, which gives nothing.
The groups of the first round of the 2019 Women's World Cup were organized in the draw last December. The French team has inherited a group that seems within reach: it will face South Korea, Norway and Nigeria. After the draw, Corinne Dacre, the coach of the Blues, however, had been cautious, explaining that there would be "nothing easy" and detailing the pedigree of his opponents: "Nigerians are champions of Africa, despite having been defeated with much clarity lately, Norway finished first in their group in the European qualifying Dutch qualifiers, and South Korea remains in the lead with draws against Japan and Japan. The composition of chickens:
- A group: FranceSouth Korea, Norway, Nigeria
- Group B: Germany, China, Spain, South Africa
- Group C: Australia, Italy, Brazil, Jamaica
- Group D: England, Scotland, Argentina, Japan
- Group E: Canada, Cameroon, New Zealand, Netherlands
- Group F: United States, Thailand, Chile, Sweden
The schedule for the Women's World Cup will be as follows: the group games (six groups of four teams) will be played from June 7 to 20, 2019. The first two of each group and the first four. the third will compete in the last 16, from 22 to 25 June. It will then be the quarter-final on June 27, 28 and 29. The semifinals will take place on July 2 and 3. Finally, the match for third place, July 6, and the final, July 7, will close the competition. Note that if France finish first in their group in the first round, they will have every chance of finding the United States' favorites in the quarterfinals. The complete calendar in PDF.
- Group Stage: Friday 7th to Thursday 20 June
- Days of 16: Saturday, June 22 to Tuesday, June 25
- Quarterfinal: Thursday 27 to Saturday 29 June
- Semi-finals: Tuesday 2 to Wednesday 3 July
- Correspondence for third place: Saturday, July 6
- Final: Sunday, July 7
A large part of the matches of this 2019 Women's World Cup will benefit from a clear broadcast since TF1 has announced that it will broadcast the best 25 posters of the competition (on its main channel or TMC), including all meetings of the France team. The Canal + group will offer you the whole competition in your antennas. The Bleues program coincides with the first round of the 2019 World Cup (the calendar to download in PDF):
- France – South Korea, Friday, June 7, 9pm, at the Parc des Princes, on TF1 and Canal +
- France – Norway, Wednesday, June 12, 9 pm, on the Allianz Riviera in Nice on TF1 and Canal +
- France – Nigeria, Monday 17 June, 9pm, at Roazhon Park in Rennes, on TF1 and Canal +
This 2019 Women's World Cup is marked for the first time in France. The games will be played in the stadiums nine French cities (Stade Auguste-Delaune), Grenoble (Stade des Alpes), Le Havre (Stade Océane), Lyon (Groupama Stadium), Montpellier (Mosson Stadium), Nice (Allianz Riviera) (Roazhon Park) and Valenciennes (Stade du Hainaut).
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