Follow the Shoot Music Women’s World Cup 2019 playlist

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Get set for a packed summer of international football action in France by following the Shoot Music Women’s World Cup 2019 playlist on Spotify.

With the popularity of the Women’s game having grown in strength year on year and with live coverage of every game at this year’s tournament on the BBC, record numbers of viewers are expected to both pack out the stadiums for the games in France and watch from the comfort of their sofa this summer. The hosts get the tournament underway this Friday when they take on South Korea in Paris.

Defending champions the USA will go into this year’s tournament as one of the favourites, having lifted the trophy for a record third time with a 5-2 victory over Japan in the 2015 final in Canada.

They will be looking to get a fourth World Cup victory under their belt, however they will have a number of teams pushing them hard for the the title this year, including fourth seeds England.

The Lionesses, coached by Phil Neville, will go into the tournament with a ton of confidence, having qualified in near flawless fashion for the World Cup and having won the SheBelieves Cup 2019 against Brazil, Japan and the USA.

With their squad filled with some of the best players in the world, including Fran Kirby, Toni Duggan and captain Steph Houghton, they will be aiming to improve on their 3rd place finish in Canada four years by reaching the final for the first time in their history.

They kick off their Group Stage action in Nice on Sunday June 9 against Scotland, followed by clashes in Le Havre with Argentina on Friday June 14 and return to Nice for their final group game against 2015 runners-up Japan on Wednesday June 19.

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Shoot Music‘s FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 playlist will be the go-to resource if you want to find all of the music used as part of the television coverage of the tournament over the next month.

It also features a number of female artists who are showing their support for Women’s football, with Amy Macdonald and Chelcee Grimes both having spoken to FIFA.com ahead of the tournament.

Chelcee, who juggles her career as a singer-songwriter with playing for Fulham‘s Women’s team, will be part of the BBC‘s team covering the tournament in France throughout the summer.

Other artists featured on the playlist include Ellie Goulding, Taylor Swift, Miley Cyrus, Billie Eilish, Ms Banks, Katy Perry, Mabel, Zuzu, Jade Bird, Georgia and many more.

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