How to follow 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup news: full 24-reporter list

With the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup drawing ever closer, excitement for the summer tournament continues to grow. With Fox Sports, Universo, Telemundo, and fuboTV airing the tournament in the USA; TSN, RDS, and CTV holding broadcasting rights in Canada; and BBC covering the tournament in the UK, the games can be followed on many platforms across the globe.

Furthermore, FIFA has launched a Team Reporters' Twitter accounts so fans can follow all the latest news. Football's world governing body has revealed 24 experts that will closely follow the 24 participants, with each reporter offering behind-the-scenes content on their assigned nation.

For the first time in Women's World Cup history, live blogs will be offered for every game. The team, consisting of 16 women and eight men, will report in the language of their designated nation, which means as many as 13 languages will be used, from Dutch to Thai.

Former Jamaica international Kayon Davis is part of the 24-reporter squad. Having been a player, she will now follow the Reggae Girlz's new generation as they strive to encourage and empower females in the developing world after defying the odds by qualifying.

Erin Fish will be the woman in charge of closely following the USA. She will be the go-to source for everything related to the defending champion and their star-studded squad, which will likely be led by the likes of Carli Lloyd, Alex Morgan, and Megan Rapinoe.

The list of languages to be used are English, French, Spanish, German, Korean, Norwegian, Dutch, Chinese, Italian, Portuguese, Japanese, Thai, Swedish. Below is an overview of the 24-member Team Reporters. 

Argentina

Diego Zandrino: @FIFAWWC_ARG

Fixtures & TV listings on our Argentina Women's team page

Australia

Pete Smith: @FIFAWWC_AUS

Fixtures & TV listings on our Australia Women's team page

Brazil

Giancarlo Giampietro: @FIFAWWC_BRA

Fixtures & TV listings on our Brazil Women's team page

Cameroon

Cynthia Nzetia: @FIFAWWC_CMR

Fixtures & TV listings on our Cameroon Women's team page

Canada

Mona Yeganegi: @FIFAWWC_CAN

Fixtures & TV listings on our Canada Women's team page

Chile

Cecilia Lagos: @FIFAWWC_CHI

Fixtures & TV listings on our Chile Women's team page

China

孙谦 国际足联: @FIFAWWC_CHN

Fixtures & TV listings on our China Women's team page

England

Laure James: @FIFAWWC_ENG

Fixtures & TV listings on our England Women's team page

France

Emma Hingant: @FIFAWWC_FRA

Fixtures & TV listings on our France Women's team page

Germany

Steffen Potter: @FIFAWWC_GER

Fixtures & TV listings on our Germany Women's team page

Italy

Sonja Nikcevic: @FIFAWWC_ITA

Fixtures & TV listings on our Italy Women's team page

Jamaica

Kayon Davis: @FIFAWWC_JAM

Fixtures & TV listings on our Jamaica Women's team page

Japan

Ai Yoshiizumi: @FIFAWWC_JPN

Fixtures & TV listings on our Japan Women's team page

Korea Republic

정훈채: @FIFAWWC_KOR

Fixtures & TV listings on our Korea Republic Women's team page

Netherlands

Emma Coolen: @FIFAWWC_NED

Fixtures & TV listings on our Netherlands Women's team page

New Zealand

Brendan Bradford: @FIFAWWC_NZL

Fixtures & TV listings on our New Zealand Women's team page

Nigeria

Ann Odong: @FIFAWWC_NGA

Fixtures & TV listings on our Nigeria Women's team page

Norway

Philip O'Connor: @FIFAWWC_NOR

Fixtures & TV listings on our Norway Women's team page

Scotland

Aileen Larkin: @FIFAWWC_SCO

Fixtures & TV listings on our Scotland Women's team page

South Africa

Busisiwe Mokwena: @FIFAWWC_RSA

Fixtures & TV listings on our South Africa Women's team page

Spain

Elisa Revuelta: @FIFAWWC_ESP

Fixtures & TV listings on our Spain Women's team page

Sweden

Alexandra Jonson: @FIFAWWC_SWE

Fixtures & TV listings on our Sweden Women's team page

Thailand

Piyapat Saropala: @FIFAWWC_THA

Fixtures & TV listings on our Thailand Women's team page

USA

Erin Fish: @FIFAWWC_USA

Fixtures & TV listings on our USA Women's team page

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