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Gear up for Women's World Cup '19 with your country's flag

Gear up for Women's World Cup '19 with your country's flag

World Cups and Olympic Games bring out some of the most prolific non-military displays of patriotism and national pride around the world. This summer’s Women’s World Cup is no different and there is still time to buy flags to represent your nation’s colors as teams are competing right now in France. Get 25% off on flags for the Women's World Cup.

American flags will be a hot item for the defending champion U.S. women’s national team, which oddsmakers consider a favorite to repeat and win a record fourth crown. They begin their quest today, June 11 at 2 p.m. EST against Thailand.

Other countries joining the U.S. in Group F are Sweden, which upset the U.S. at the last Summer Games, and Chile. Other countries competing include Nigeria, Norway, Germany, China, Spain, South Africa, Australia, Italy, Brazil, Jamaica, England, Scotland, Argentina, Japan, Canada, Cameroon, New Zealand and the Netherlands. The event concludes on Sunday, July 7.

 

Women’s World Cup facts:
  • Dates: June 7-July 7
  • Host country: France
  • Defending champion: USA

 

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The U.S., led by Golden Ball winner Carli Lloyd’s hat trick, crushed Japan, 5-2, in the final in 2015 in Canada for its record fourth crown (in the just tournament’s seventh occurrence). Lloyd and stars Alex Morgan, Megan Rapinoe and more are back for the Americans this summer. The U.S. also won the inaugural Women’s World Cup in 1991 as well as the 1999 tournament held in the United States and famously capped off by Brandi Chastain’s celebration after converting the winning penalty kick in the final against China.

You can buy the U.S. flag as well as flags for England, Australia, Canada, Jamaica, Brazil, Japan, Italy, Germany, France, China and Argentina. Keep checking back as more selections and varieties become available. Are we missing your favorite country? Let us know.

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