Which teams are the favourites to win the 2018 World Cup?
Read more The 2018 FIFA Women’s World Cup kicks off in Russia next week, and the competition is expected to be a spectacle of competition for fans of all ages.
There is an estimated attendance of 60.6 million, but many expect the competition to be as much about the players and the team as the women.
It will also mark the 20th time the tournament has been staged in the Russian Federation, with the country hosting the final in 2019.
The competition has already produced a slew of iconic moments in the country, with a host of World Cup winners, such as Carli Lloyd, and Serena Williams winning the women’s 100m final.