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FIFA Reveal Official Posters For 2019 Women's World Cup Host Cities

With under 100 days left until the 2019 Women's World Cup kicks off in Paris, FIFA have revealed the official tournament posters for each of the nine host cities. Each location was tasked with creating their own design to reflect the culture of the city, and these here are the final efforts.

Each smart little number will be plastered across town in the run up to the tournament kick off on June 7 in Paris,and they'll remain on show right up until the final in Lyon on July 7. Three of the stadiums will be familiar to fans who visited France for EURO 2016 – PSG's Parc des Princes, Nice's Allianz Riviera and Lyon's Parc Olymipque. Enough chat, have a scroll through the artwork below.


The other six cities preparing to host a number of group and knockout games this summer are Grenoble, Reims, Rennes, Montpellier, Valenciennes, and Le Havre. A lot of retro goodness throughout here, and heart-warming to know that even in this modern age FIFA are still rolling out the most simplistic and original of promoting tools – the humble tournament poster. Keeping it strong.


Pushing us to call out a favourite? We'll go for Reims. There's something satisfyingly trippy about it...


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