What you need to know about the World Cup 2017 coverage
With more than 20 million people expected to take part in the World Cups opening ceremony on Friday and Saturday, the 2017 edition of the world’s biggest sporting event will be watched across the globe.
Here are some key things to know before you get your tickets:1.
WHO IS THE WORLD CUP?
The 2017 World Cup is hosted in the city of London, England.
The event is one of the largest sporting events in the world and is the largest of its kind.
In the UK, the event will run from June 17-21.
Its estimated that over 50 million spectators will be in attendance, and there will be more than 200 countries taking part.
This year, there will also be three knockout matches played in the capital, and a semi-finals, final and final match taking place in Manchester, England and Sydney, Australia.
It will also feature a group stage in Rio de Janeiro and a knockout stage in Canada.2.
WHO CAN GO?
For the first time ever, the first women’s World Cup, the women’s world cup, will take place in the United Kingdom.
The tournament will be played on May 26-27 in a capacity of 19,000 fans in central London.
Fans will be able to watch the match live from the Wembley Stadium and other venues in the area.
The women’s final will be on July 2 at Wembley Stadium.3.
WHAT TO WATCH: The first women-only women’s event to be played in Britain has been announced.
The first ever women’s women’s football tournament will take to the pitch at Wembley on May 25.
The final will take the place of the semi-final between England and Sweden at Wembley, but there will not be a quarter-final or semi-championship.
Fans can watch the final live on ITV, BBC, Sky and BT Sport.4.
WHO TO WATCH?
Fans will have a chance to see their favourite players from the women in the women of football.
There will be a number of women’s games from across the world.
One of the biggest names in the game, Alex Morgan, will be part of the team at Wembley.
There is also a chance that former Chelsea and Manchester United player and former Arsenal midfielder Nacer Chadli will play in the tournament.5.
WHAT DOES THE FUTURE LOOK LIKE?
The women in football will compete in four different tournaments in the coming months.
The inaugural Women’s World Cups will take on the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia and 2022 Women’s Olympic Games in Tokyo.
The FIFA Women’s Champions League will also play a part in this year’s tournament.
The European Women’s Championship, Women’s Super Cup and European U23 Championships will also take place.6.
WHAT DO YOU NEED TO KNOW BEFORE YOU GET YOUR TICKETS?
Tickets for the women-first World Cup have been available since October last year, with a capacity limit of 18,000.
For more information on the WorldCup2017.com, visit www.worldcup.com.