The opening of the 2019 Women's World Cup will take place this Friday (7), with Doodle on Google's homepage. The eighth edition of the championship starts at 16h (Braslia time) in France, departing between the host country and South Korea. Rede Globo's schedule will broadcast the live matches, and you can watch 2019 Women's World Cup online by Globoplay on mobile or PC.
The Google illustration in the background displays the searcher's logo in a texture that resembles the pitch of a football field. In the foreground are players of different drawing styles Doodle is a collage of various arts that will appear individually on the site in the coming days.
The 2019 Women's World Cup has 24 participants, divided into six groups in the first phase. The first match of the Brazilian team will be against Jamaica, at 10:30 am on Sunday (9), at the Stade des Alpes stadium in Grenoble. The World Cup final will take place on July 7 at 5 pm at the Lyon Stadium.
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Doodle enters the mood of the Women's Football World Cup Photo: Divulgao / Google
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In an official blog post, Google announced that, on game day, it will feature other football-themed Doodles on the homepage of the search engine. The illustrations were designed by female artists from countries participating in the Women's World Cup, similar to the one promoted by the company with the men's championship last year. Today's image consists of a collage of different elements from each of the ordered arts.
Laura Lannes, carioca illustrator, developed Doodle that represent Brazil in this series of Google. The artist currently lives in New York, and has worked with renowned foreign vehicles such as The New Yorker, The Guardian and The New York Times.
Google Cup of Russia features will also be available for women's championship Photo: Nicolly Vimercate / TechTudo
Android mobile users will be able to track up to three real-time departures on the home screen via a Google widget. The scoring shortcut debuted last year, with the 2018 World Cup in Russia, and the feature will also be available to fans of the women's edition of the championship.
You can stay on top of world news and highlights through the Google News Women's Soccer World Cup interactive tracker. In addition, Google Assistant can also help you learn about the event in real time, with questions like "Ok, Google, when is Brazil's next Women's Football World Cup match?"
Already the search application is more complete, with timeline, table of matches and league statistics. The user can still subscribe to receive real-time selection updates.
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