FIFA Women’s World Cup: FIFA Digital to offer 360° coverage

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FIFA.com and social media platforms will be active 24×7 to enhance fans experience during the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019, which is being hailed universally as biggest women’s football event ever.

The FIFA has also set up a system to keep fans entertained and up to date on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube. The fans in China will get coverage on Weibo, WeChat, Douyin and Toutiao.

FIFA.com will Live Blog each of the 52 France 2019 matches, giving an opportunity to fans to compete for prizes in ‘Match Predictor’ and ‘Bracket Challenge’ games.

On the dedicated, updated France 2019 version of the FIFA App (available on the App Store or Google Play), fans will be able to follow each and every moment and aspect of the Women’s World Cup.

There are 24 Team Reporters for each of the World Cup participant team with exclusive access to the squads, and will deliver you everything from inside the stadiums too. Join us for one Live Blog and you’ll be craving the next one!

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A little extra excitement to the matches can be added by playing the free, easy-to-enter Match Predictor and Bracket Challenge? Fans can also create private leagues to compete against their friends, and get an opportunity to win an Apple iPad Pro or one of the Official Match Balls used during a France 2019 game.

@FIFAWWC on Twitter is the go-to place on social media to comprehensively keep up with France 2019. You’ll also find emojis for all 24 participating nations, the tournaments itself, and adorable Official Mascot ettie™.

Each of our Team Reporters also has their own official Twitter account, from which they will keep you up to date across a staggering 13 languages!

Launched just before the big kick-off, our brand new dedicated Instagram account for women’s football will deliver outstanding imagery from France, and take you behind the scenes with Stories from across the Host Country.

Of course, football is nothing without the fans, and the Fan Movement will be on hand across a number of social media platforms to enhance the experience as #WeLiveFootball across France.

Our Facebook videos and updates now hit the timelines of over one million fans across the globe, so like the page to join the conversation in our growing community.

Our YouTube channel, meanwhile, offers exclusive interviews with players and the Sheroes series, inspirational women telling mind-blowing stories. Once France 2019 kicks off, it will provide a Daily Show and highlights from all 52 matches.

After FIFA’s success on Weibo and WeChat, we’ve launched Douyin and Toutiao accounts just in time for the tournament to delight our Chinese audience.

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So, wherever on the planet you’ll be watching the games from, let FIFA.com and our social media platforms provide you with the ultimate second-screen experience!

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