We are here. The women’s football tournament at the 2021 Tokyo Olympics will be the first event to feature dance as it kicks off in earnest on July 21st.. Competitions will follow each other until August 6 and 12 teams will compete for medals or Japan, Brazil, New Zealand, Great Britain, Netherlands, Sweden, Canada, USA, Zambia, Australia, China, Chile.
The appearance of the outgoing German Olympic champion is missing 12 selections, Their status at the 2019 World Cup in France and the recent British list, including players from all the federations in the United Kingdom, did not qualify for the tournament due to unprecedented reasons.
The agreement between the above associations led to the formation of a British team based on England’s results in previous World Championships. An invention that unfortunately excluded Italy under Melina BertoliniNearing to qualify for this match (elimination against the Netherlands in the quarterfinals of the 2019 World Cup).
Who are the favorites? Looking at the entry list, the reference to Japan and the United States comes almost naturally: on the one hand, there are home choices with high-tech players who can offer something extra within friendly walls; On the other hand, world champions who can boast of their best skills in the green rectangle.
But beware of the Netherlands and Great Britain. They established themselves on the world stage after winning the Orange Team, Vice World Champion, Emerging Team and Continental titles. Since this list will bring together players from England, I am looking forward to the British as there is definitely no shortage of strong players using a strong English center.
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