The 2017 FIFA World Cup will be held in France, but it is not a race between the two nations.
Instead, it will be the women’s competition between Belgium and the United States.
This will be played in the city of Leuven, the capital of the Belgian province of Flanders.
The tournament has been a big success in Belgium, with a record 5.7 million fans attending the tournament in 2019, with 2.4 million of them in Leuvelle.
The US has a record 4.8 million fans, while Belgium’s total is 3.8million.
The number of fans who attended a FIFA Women World Cup in Belgium has reached 6.7m.
What do the numbers mean?
The number one goal of a women’s football team is to win a trophy.
The numbers have been a constant throughout the history of women’s soccer.
The World Cup has seen a record 12 winners, a record 13 silverware, and the women are expected to win the most trophies in history.
In 2017, the US was in fourth place in the standings.
However, the women were in first place in 2018.
The first women’s World Cups were held in 1920 and 1926.
The last two were in 1990 and 1999.
The current women’s tournament has a combined record of 16-5-5.
How many games will there be?
The current FIFA World Cups have a total of 16 teams.
However the first women will take part in a double-header, with Belgium hosting a second match in October and the US playing a home game against Russia in March 2019.
Who is competing for the 2019 FIFA Women Soccer World Cup title?
The teams competing for that coveted World Cup crown will be determined by a random draw.
Where is the 2018 World Cup going to be held?
The 2022 FIFA World Championships will be hosted in Russia, with Russia hosting the final in the United Arab Emirates.
Can a female player win the World Cup and be crowned the most successful female footballer in world history?
There is no definitive answer, but a number of players have been recognised as world class athletes.
Here are some of the top female players to have represented the country of their birth: Brazilian footballer Neymar is the all-time leading scorer in the World Cups history with 722 goals.
She also won the UEFA Women’s Champions League, the UEFA EuroMillions, and was a two-time FIFA Ballon d’Or finalist.
Germany’s Neuer has become a household name after scoring 19 goals in her first eight games in the Bundesliga.
The 22-year-old is currently the leading goal scorer in Bundesliga history with 18 goals.
England’s Lauren is a four-time Ballon D’Or winner.
She is the leading scorer of all time with 842 goals.
The 20-year old is the only English player to score 20 goals in a single World Cup, scoring a brace in Germany’s 2-1 win over Argentina in 2018 England forward Eden Hazard is the most capped player in the history.
The 19-year is the third most capped footballer in the world, having played for England at the World Championships in 2018, the World Youth Championships in 2019 and the 2018 FIFA World Youth Championship in Switzerland.
Nigeria’s Luka Modric is the first Nigerian to win FIFA’s World Player of the Year.
The 23-year of age was named FIFA’s player of the year for the first time in his career.
Lionel Messi is a five-time World Player-of-the-Year, and he is the best player in history to have played for Argentina.
The former Barcelona star has been named FIFA World Player for the fourth time, and is now the top scorer in World Football History.
Italy’s Gianluigi Buffon has been playing in Serie A for nearly 40 years, having won four Serie A titles and two Champions League titles with Juventus.
France’s Kylian Mbappe is one of the most prolific strikers in the game.
He has scored over 4,000 goals in his five seasons in the top flight of French football.
Brazil’s Neymar has been the most popular player of all-around football, winning more than 100 caps with the national team and scoring more than 200 goals.
He is the player of France’s top two leagues.
Dennis Bergkamp has scored a record 6,085 goals for the Netherlands, while his compatriot Johan Cruyff scored a World Cup-record 6,914 goals.
Bergkamp also scored the most goals in World Cup history, with 11 goals, breaking the record held by Wayne Rooney in 1996.
Argentina’s Landon Donovan scored a goal in the opening game of the 2019 World Cup.
Bosnian striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has become the all time leading scorer with 15 goals in the tournament.
Mia Hamm scored the goal that led to the opening goal