Google Doodle marked the start of the eighth edition of the FIFA Women’s World Cup, on Friday. The quadrennial international football championship contested by the women’s national teams of the member associations of the Fédération Internationale de Football Association kicks off on June 7 and will conclude a month later on July 7, 2019. The eighth edition of the FIFA Women’s World Cup kicks off Friday.
In festivity, Google has published a doodle with a montage of ladies sporting diverse jerseys. The opening match of the competition will be played between the host country France and South Korea at 12.30 am (Saturday) in Parc des Princes in Paris.
The doodle has an outline of the differing female footballers accompanied “Google” written in strong and bold green letters. The doodle on FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 shows up on the giant’s homepage on Friday. When users click on the doodle, Google diverts them to a new page with the match calendar of the exciting 30 days. In the event that you click on the doodle, it will divert you to the timetable of the counterparts for the following 30 days.
In a blog entry, Google said it’ll likewise include soccer-themed doodles by specialists from the nations taking an interest in the World Cup. Google Doodles are transitory emphases made by the internet searcher mammoth and showed on its homepage to respect holiday as well as historic occasions. The first FIFA Women’s World Cup conference was held in 1991. The official mascot of the competition is Ettie, the French poussin.
Prior, Google had mentioned that football fans over the world will most likely use Assistant and the inquiry application to pursue real-time match refreshes. While the Google search application will give you team updates, Assistant can answer specific questions.
Further, google users will most likely be able to follow up to three constant scores on the home screen if they have an Android telephone. Google News FIFA Women’s World Cup intuitive tracker further empowers to browse highlights. Furthermore, YouTube will show the highlights as well as behind-the-scenes moments.
Thus, Google has evidently taken up the task to responsibly promote the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 across its platforms. There are 24 countries taking part in the World Cup, which will be played in nine cities over the next month in France. The finals will take place on July 7 in the city on Lyon. America, the defending champions, open their World Cup campaign next Wednesday in a bid to take home their fourth title. The four teams making their debut this year are Chila, Scotland, South Africa and Jamaica — the first ever Caribbean team to qualify.