China’s women’s football team arrived in South Australia on Saturday ahead of this year’s world cup.
The tournament will be held in Australia and New Zealand between July 20th to August 20th.
Only the top two teams from the eight groups will enter the round of 16. This is the first time that women’s football’s biggest tournament will expand to a 32-team format.
China, having clinched the Asian Cup last year, are placed in Group D with England, Denmark, and Haiti. At the 2019 World Cup in France, the Steel Roses were knocked out in the round of 16.