An open-top bus will transport the USA World Cup winning team along the route, which runs from Battery Park up Broadway before finally arriving at City Hall for a ceremony hosted by New York Mayor Bill de Blasio.
Sweden had not beaten Germany at a major tournament since 1995. They will have a score to settle with Netherlands, their next opponents, who they lost to at Euro 2017
FIFA Women's World Cup 2019: 'Cry at beginning, smile at end' Marta makes emotional Brazil plea after exiting in last-16
Marta, 33, considered to be the best player of all time and leading World Cup goal scorer, has asked the youngsters to keep the game going in Brazil
FIFA Women's World Cup 2019: Rachel Corsie to captain Scotland in nation's tournament debut; Emma Mitchell left out
Fiorentina forward Lana Clelland was the only new face as Kerr kept faith with the players who were part of the squad that drew with Chile and beat Brazil in Spain last month.
FIFA Women's World Cup 2019: Lucy Bronze's hopes England will play the semi-finals and finals at mega event
Bronze, playing in a team who won a record five Champions Leagues, is an asset her England coach Phil Neville is well aware of.
FIFA Women's World Cup 2019: US depends heavily on experienced Megan Rapinoe to create chances for strikers
With more teams than ever capable of winning the World Cup, Rapinoe’s ability to pull something spectacular out of the bag to save a lost cause may come in very useful in France, despite the fact that she is nearing her mid-thirties.
Henry made her international debut in 2009 but was dropped after a couple of seasons by then coach Bruno Bini, who omitted her from the France side that took fourth place in the London Olympics in 2012.
FIFA Women's World Cup 2019: Expectations soar as mix of youth and experience makes England a balanced unit
Women’s soccer has made huge strides in England since they finished third at the 2015 tournament, with many players becoming household names, media exposure on the rise and the game much more visible on television.
FIFA Women's World Cup 2019: Germany's Dzsenifer Marozsan was confident of coming back stronger after battling lung embolism
With the Germans, who last won the trophy in 2007, eager to work their way back to the world’s elite after losing direction in recent years, Marozsan will play a key role.
FIFA Women's World Cup 2019: Football needs to embrace wealth of experience female coaches can offer, says Pia Sundhage
Only nine teams at next month’s World Cup in France will have female coaches and Sundhage said this is limiting the development of the women’s game and opportunities for women in general.
The vast pay inequality was one of the reasons that prompted Women’s World Cup holders the United States to file a lawsuit against the US Soccer Federation in March.
FIFA Women's World Cup 2019: Two-time champions Germany eager to reverse poor form and revive flagging fortunes
Germany are targeting a return to the world's elite at the Women's World Cup after a string of disappointing results for the two-time champions in recent years.
FIFA Women's World Cup 2019: Governing body aiming to increase number of viewers at mega event to over 1 billion
The 2019 World Cup represents a chance for the governing body to show the world it is taking women seriously.
France have yet to reach a Women's World Cup final but Corinne Diacre's squad hope to capitalise on home advantage when they kick-off the 2019 edition in June.
FIFA Women's World Cup 2019: Netherlands aim to recover from recent struggles as they eye success in global stage
A little over a year after crushing Denmark in the final to win the Euros, the Dutch had to beat the Danes and then Switzerland in the playoffs after missing out on automatic qualification for next month’s World Cup.
FIFA Women's World Cup 2019: Australia captain Sam Kerr will look to inspire Matildas to new heights in France
There is a good case for ranking Sam Kerr as Australia’s best footballer, female or male, at the moment and the country’s hopes of a first World Cup triumph in France in July rest in no small part upon the prolific striker’s shoulders.
FIFA Women's World Cup 2019: Featuring for first time in tournament, Chile primed for baptism of fire in France
Chile head to their first women’s World Cup after a dismal run but the Chilenas, who face Sweden and the United States in their first two games, are adamant they are not going to France just to make up the numbers.
FIFA Women's World Cup 2019: Japan coach Asako Takakura goes with youth as Asian giants chase repeat of 2011
Japan have been drawn in a Group D with England, Scotland and Argentina for the tournament's opening stage that begins on 7 June in France. Japan finished runner-up to the United States at the previous World Cup in 2015.
FIFA Women's World Cup 2019 full schedule: Match time table in IST, venues with complete fixtures for tournament in France
The FIFA Women's World Cup 2019 is scheduled to be held in France from 8 June to 7 July. Here's the full schedule (fixtures), groups and match timings in IST.