Women’s World Cup groups get their own Google Doodles by regional artists


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Google is commemorating the 2019 Women’s World Cup with a series of doodles representing each of the completing nations. 


As the United States Women’s National Team gets ready for their very first match in the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup on Tuesday, Google is commemorating all the groups in the competition with a series of doodles.

The most current homepage banner represents work by artists of 6 various nations: Chile, Netherlands, New Zealand, Sweden, Thailand and the United States. Teams from each of the nations are completing Tuesday, and Google states the doodles depict an unique message about what the competition indicates for each artist and their nation.

Chile artist Luisa Rivera stated the World Cup indicates “teamwork, passion and determination” to her, and Netherland artist Eline Van Dam stated she wished to demonstrate how the video game “connects people all over the world.” Google started its very first World Cup-themed doodles last Friday to mark the start of the competition.

Google starts the FIFA Women’s World Cup with a doodle.


“Each Doodle will capture the local excitement of the World Cup competition as well as what soccer means to the guest artist personally,” Google stated. 

You can see the complete list of 24 artists, one for each nation in the competition, in Google’s article. Google has actually currently included doodles commemorating numerous of the groups completing in the World Cup.

On day 2 of the World Cup it included: China, Germany, Nigeria, Norway, South Africa and Spain. 


On day 3 of the World Cup if included: Australia, Brazil, England, Italy, Jamaica and Scotland. 


On day 4 of the World Cup it included: Argentina, Cameroon, Canada and Japan.


The Women’s World Cup began Friday with a match in between host nation France and South Korea. This year marks the 8th FIFA Women’s World Cup conference, with the very first in 1991. 

Google likewise stated soccer fans will have the ability to utilize Assistant and the search app to follow real-time match updates. While the Google search app will let you sign up for group updates, Assistant can address particular concerns. 

If you have actually got an Android phone, you’ll have the ability to follow up to 3 real-time ratings on your house screen. You can likewise utilize the Google News FIFA Women’s World Cup interactive tracker to search highlights. And YouTube will reveal highlights in addition to behind-the-scenes minutes. 

Google Doodles are short-lived variations of the tech business’s logo design on its homepage to honor vacations and historical events. Earlier today, the business included an interactive timeline commemorating 50 years of gay pride.

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Originally published June 6.
Updates, June 7: Adds more details about doodles for the Women’s World Cup. June 11: Adds more doodles celebrating the Women’s World Cup.

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