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Google Kicks off FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 with This Cheery Doodle

As FIFA 2019 Women’s World Cup makes its first move today, Google Doodles celebrates the fervour in such a unique way.

Google Kicks off FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 with This Cheery Doodle

The FIFA Football World Cup 2019 for women gets going today, June 7, 2019. And Google didn’t miss the opportune time to celebrate this sporting spirit with its Doodle. And guess what, this first in the row Google Doodle is the flag bearer of 24 more, which will be following in the next one month, to capture the local excitement.

The 24 creative Doodles will be illustrated by different artists, each from 24 competing countries in the FIFA World Cup. Because only a particular country national can bring forth the authentic enthusiasm and heritage of her motherland, in her works.

Now, there is a reason, I used ‘her’ instead of being gender neutral while speaking of an artist. The reason is of course special. Google has chosen 24 female illustrators from each of the participating nations to commemorate this Women’s World Cup, and of course, the worldwide women empowerment.

The artists whose works will be featured as Google Doodles are:

Argentina - Xoana Herrera

Australia - Sophie Beer

Brazil - Laura Lannes

Cameroon - Reine Dibussi

Canada - Jenn Liv

Chile - Luisa Rivera

China - Lisk Feng

England - Priya Mistry

France - Aurore Carric

Germany - Noam Weiner

Italy - Giovanna Giuliano

Jamaica - Robin Clare

Japan - Ayumi Takahashi

Netherlands - Eline Van Dam

New Zealand - Phoebe Morris

Nigeria - Data Oruwari

Norway - Ingunn Dybendal

Scotland - Nuria Boj

South Africa - Phathu Nembilwi

South Korea - Sehee Chae

Spain - Núria Tamarit

Sweden - Sara Andreasson

Thailand - Banana Blah Blah

United States - Roxie Vizcarra

The eighth edition of FIFA Women’s World Cup is having France as the host nation this year. Official mascot of the tournament is ettie the French poussin. The finals will be taking place on July 7, Sunday, in Lyon, France.

Let the football fever spare none of us!

Courtesy: Google Doodles