The 2019 Women's World Cup Soccer Tournament in France Round of 16 is comprised of the top two teams from each of the six groups and the next best four teams in stage play.
The USA, Canada, Germany, France, Norway, Netherlands, Brazil, Italy, Spain, England, Sweden, Nigeria, Cameroon, China, Japan, Australia, have advanced to the single elimination Round of 16.
If the USA win vs Spain they will play the winner of England v Cameroon 6/23 game.
IF the USA win the next round June 27 they will play July 2 - likely against host nation France to reach the World Cup Final July 7, 2019.
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The 2019 Women's Soccer World Cup is June 7 - July 7 in FRANCE.
The USA Women's National Soccer Team are defending champions and ranked #1 in the world.
Team USA won the 2015 World Cup held in Canada. The US has won a record 3 World Cup titles.
Summary: The one month tournament held every four years consists of 24 national teams divided into (6) Groups A, B, C, D, E, F with (4) teams in each group. The top two teams in each group advance to the round of 16, then quarter final, semi-final, and final game on July 7, 2019.
Favorites to win are the USA, France, Germany, England, Netherlands, Japan.
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Team USA opened group play with wins 13-0 vs Thailand and 3-0 vs Chile to guarantee advancement to the round of 16 regardless of the result in the 6/20/19 Game vs Sweden @ 2pm on Fox TV.
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