Germany is hosting the World Championships in a sport that many in the English-speaking world may not be familiar with. Arenas have been packed with fans from around the world. Excitement is building ahead of the country's clash against Norway.
Germany's national team received notable ratings for their first two Women's World Cup games, continuing a worldwide trend of decent viewer numbers. Ticket sales have reportedly been less encouraging.
Norway beat Nigeria 3-0 at the Women's World Cup on Saturday. The two teams are worlds apart on the field and are also fighting very different battles in their quest for equality, writes DW's Barbara Mohr in Reims.
With Champions League finalists and record attendances, women's football is booming in Spain. Now at only their second ever World Cup, some even have them down as dark horses for the title. Their next opponents? Germany.
France just about kept their perfect record at the 2019 Women's World Cup, but Norway made them work for it. France head coach Corinne Diacre has got France winning, but her plan for success is an unusual one.
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