The twenty-four nations participating in the next Women's World Cup, which will take place in France next year (from June 7 to July 7), are set. France's Corinne Diacre, the third-ranked FIFA world nation, has inherited a rather salty draw: she will face Norway, South Korea and Nigeria.
France, who was in pot 1, already knew she would avoid the United States, Germany, England, Canada and Australia in the group stages.
The complete group of Blue
France will play the opening match on June 7, at 9 pm at the Parc des Princes, facing the South Korean. The Blues had stopped at the quarterfinal stage at the last Canadian edition, in 2015, eliminated by Germany.
Remember that the top two countries in each of the six groups will qualify for the round of 16, as will the top four. The final will be played in Lyon (Rhône) at Groupama Stadium on July 7, 2019.