Match days are coming. Have you got your face paints, wigs, stadium horns and hand clappers ready? Great, then let’s go. There’s only one place to be for world-class footie this summer and that’s France, for the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup. Once you’re there you’re going to need your phone to check out how […]
Match days are coming. Have you got your face paints, wigs, stadium horns and hand clappers ready? Great, then let’s go.
There’s only one place to be for world-class footie this summer and that’s France, for the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup.
Once you’re there you’re going to need your phone to check out how to get to the games, find your hotel, and even nail a few friendly phrases in the oppo’s language. You can do all that without running out of data with Go Roam. No matter if you’re travelling from Paris down to Nice, or back up to Le Havre, go wild with your posts, Snaps, and Instas. Tag your favourite moments, not just in France, but in over 70 destinations worldwide, all within your data allowance.
We’re guessing you’ll have made some playlists for the trip too. You’ll need some uplifting anthems, maybe a chill out, come down soundtrack for some serious, post-match punditry, and you’ll deffo want a party, party vibe – the world’s coming together – let’s get out there and celebrate. With Go Binge on Three you can stream whatever sound you’re in the mood for via Apple Music, Deezer or SoundCloud, from the group stages all the way to the final in Paris. And all without using any of your data.
So, get your tickets, pack your bag and grab your phone – the opener sees hosts France up against the Korean Republic. If you’re into the stats Korea have one of the best defensive records in the entire 2019 qualifying competition, conceding just 1 goal in 8 matches, while scoring 30. We know, right? Could be an early test for the home nation.
Germany and Spain battle it out on 12 June 2019 in Valenciennes and, wait for it, England and Scotland meet on 9 June in Nice – not just centuries of rivalry, but also Scotland’s first game at a senior global finals for more than two decades.
While all that’s going on, the USA will be attempting to defend their current title. As well as being the most successful nation in Women’s World Cup history winning in 1991, 1999 and 2015, USA also hold the record for total goals, with 112 in 7 matches.
Football – the beautiful game – enjoy it with us this summer.