The 2019 Fifa Women's World Cup is being held in France with 24 teams vying to be crowned champions.
The tournament, which got under way on June 7, runs through to July 7 when the final will be held in Paris.
Here's everything you need to know about this summer's tournament.
Who is hosting the 2019 Fifa Women's World Cup?
France are for the first time hosting the Women's World Cup and are already up and running in Group A. Corinne Diacre's side opened the tournament on June 7 with a resounding 4-0 win over South Korea.
France are among the favourites to win the trophy on home soil, a feat that would match the men's team achievement in 1998.
Who are the Women's World Cup holders?
The United States are the defending champions having won the trophy four years ago in Vancouver with a 5-2 victory over Japan.
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What are the host cities and venues?
There are nine venues in total, including the Parc des Princes - home of Paris Saint-Germain. The opening match took place there, while seven of the venues will host at least three group games.
Grenoble: Stade des Alpes
Le Harve: Stade Oceane
Lyon: Parc Olympique Lyonnais
Montpellier: Stade de la Mosson
Nice: Allianz Riviera
Paris: Parc des Princes
Reims: Stage Auguste-Delaune
Rennes: Roazhon Park
Valenciennes: Stade du Hainaut
Who are the teams taking part in the 2019 Women's World Cup?
There are 24 teams taking part in this year's Women's World Cup.
The best of the action so far
The 2019 Women's World Cup is made up of four teams in six groups:
France, South Korea, Norway, Nigeria
Fixtures (all kick-off times UAE)
France 4-0 South Korea
Norway 3-0 Nigeria
Nigeria 2-0 South Korea
France 2-1 Norway
Nigeria 0-1 France
South Korea 1-2 Norway
Spain, Germany, China, South Africa
Germany 1-0 China
Spain 3-1 South Africa
Germany 1-0 Spain
South Africa 0-1 China
South Africa 0-4 Germany
China 0-0 Spain - report
Australia, Italy, Brazil, Jamaica
Australia 1-2 Italy
Brazil 3-0 Jamaica
Australia 3-2 Brazil
Jamaica 0-5 Italy - report
Jamaica 1-4 Australia
Italy 0-1 Brazil
England, Scotland, Argentina, Japan
England 2-1 Scotland
Argentina 0-0 Japan
Japan 2-1 Scotland
England 1-0 Argentina - report
Japan 0-2 England
Scotland 3-3 Argentina
Canada, Cameroon, New Zealand, Netherlands
Canada 1-0 Cameroon
New Zealand 0-1 Netherlands - report
Netherlands 3-1 Cameroon - report
Canada 2-0 New Zealand - report
Netherlands 2-1 Canada
Cameroon 2-1 New Zealand
United States, Thailand, Chile, Sweden
Chile 0-2 Sweden
United States 13-0 Thailand - report
Sweden 5-1 Thailand
United States 3-0 Chile
Sweden 0-2 United States
Thailand 0-2 Chile
The teams in each group will play in a single round-robin format, and after the group stage, the top two teams and the four best third-placed teams will advance to the last 16.
The winners will advance to the quarter-finals stage, and from then on, progress to the semi-finals. The semi-final losers will contest a third-place match, while semi-final winners will advance to the final.
Germany 3-0 Nigeria - report
Norway 1-1 Australia (Norway win 4-1 on penalties)
England 3-0 Cameroon - report
France 2-1 Brazil - report
Spain 1-2 United States - report
Sweden 1-0 Canada - report
Italy 2-0 China
Netherlands 2-1 Japan
England 3-0 Norway - report
France 1-2 United States
Italy 0-2 Netherlands
Germany 1-2 Sweden - report
England 1-2 United States. Report
Netherlands 1-0 Sweden. Report
Third-fourth place play-off
England v Sweden, 7pm
United States 2-0 Netherlands - report
When is the 2019 Women's World Cup final?
The final takes place on July 7 at Parc Olympique Lyonnais.
The scheduling of the final was criticised by many followers of the women's game, as the finals of two men's continental championships - the Copa America in Rio de Janeiro and Concacaf Gold Cup in Chicago - will be held on the same date.
How can I watch the games on TV in the UAE?
You can watch all the matches on BeIN Sports.