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Women’s Olympic Football Tournament 2024

25 July - 10 August

WHERE TO WATCH

Thursday, 25 July​

Sunday, 28 July​

WEDNESDAY, 31 July

Quarter-finals
SATURDAY, 3 AUGUST
  • Parc des Princes, Paris 13:00 GMT

  • Stade de Lyon, Décines-Charpieu 15:00 GMT

  • Stade de Marseille, Marseille 17:00 GMT

  • Stade de la Beaujoire, Nantes 19:00 GMT

SEMI-finals
TUESDAY, 6 AUGUST
  • Stade de Lyon, Décines-Charpieu 16:00 GMT

  • Stade de Marseille, Marseille 19:00 GMT

BRONZE MATCH
FRIDAY, 9 AUGUST​
  • Stade de Lyon, Décines-Charpieu 13:00 GMT

FINAL
SATURDAY, 10 AUGUST
  • Parc des Princes, Paris 15:00 GMT

ABOUT WOMEN'S OLYMPIC FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT

DATES:

The women's football tournament at the 2024 Summer Olympics in Paris will run from July 25 to August 10, 2024.

 

TEAMS

This tournament, the eighth of its kind, will feature 12 teams. Twelve teams qualified through regional tournaments and the host nation, France, received automatic entry. Teams represent various global football confederations, reflecting a diverse competition field.

The following nations qualified for Paris 2024:

  1. France (as host nation)

  2. USA (Concacaf W Champions)

  3. Canada (Concacaf play-off winners)

  4. Brazil (Copa América Femenina semi-finalists)

  5. Colombia (Copa América Femenina semi-finalists)

  6. New Zealand (OFC Women's Olympic Qualifying Tournament winner)

  7. Spain (UEFA Women's Nations League finalist)

  8. Japan (AFC Women's Olympic Qualifying Tournament)

  9. Australia (AFC Women's Olympic Qualifying Tournament)

  10. Germany (UEFA Women's Nations League third-place play-off winner)

  11. Nigeria (CAF Women's Olympic Qualifying Tournament)

  12. Zambia (CAF Women's Olympic Qualifying Tournament)

GROUP A

  • France

  • Colombia

  • Canada

  • New Zealand

GROUP B

  • United States

  • Zambia

  • Germany

  • Australia

GROUP C

  • Spain

  • Japan

  • Nigeria

  • Brazil

 

WHERE:

Matches will be held across seven French cities: Bordeaux, Lyon, Marseille, Nantes, Nice, Paris, and Saint-Étienne, with the final hosted at Parc Olympique Lyonnais in Décines-Charpieu.

FORMAT

The competition begins with a group stage, where the 12 teams are divided into three groups of four. Each team plays three matches within their group. The top two teams from each group, along with the two best third-placed teams, advance to the knockout stage, which includes the quarterfinals, semifinals, and the final. This format ensures a rigorous competition leading to the crowning of the Olympic champions.

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