Following the win of the French team in Russia last year, France will welcome for the first time the Women's Football World Cup. The competition will take place in 9 French cities. Paris, Lyon, Nice and Montpellier will host the majority of the games.
The French capital hosted the opening ceremony and the first game opposing the French Team and the South Korean team on June 7th, at the Parc des Princes. Paris will welcome over six games of the World Cup, between the group stages and the finals.
Games in Paris:
- Kick-off: France - Korea Republic on Friday, June 7th
- Group Phase: Argentina – Japan on Monday, June 10th.
- Group Phase: South Africa - China on Thursday, June 13th.
- Group Phase: USA - Chile on Sunday, June 16th.
- Group Phase: Scotland - Argentina on Wednesday, June 19th.
- Round of 16 on Monday, June 24th.
- Quarter-final on Monday, June 28th.
Where to stay in Paris?
- Hotel Peninsula (5 stars)
- Hotel Georges V (5 stars)
- Hotel Lutetia (5 stars)
Where to dine in Paris?
- Guy Savoy (3 Michelin stars)
- Le Prés Catelan (3 Michelin stars)
- Arpège (3 Michelin stars)
Paris Le Bourget Airport
From June 12th to June 23rd, Paris Le Bourget airport is subject to restrictive hours of operations due to the Paris Air Show. Clients wishing to travel to and from Paris during these dates can use Pontoise airport as an alternative.
The Lyon football club, the Olympique Lyonnais, is one of Europe's strongest team in women's soccer. The Groupama Stadium will host the two semifinals and the final of the women's world cup. For the first time in history, a football world cup final will not take place in the capital of the host country.
Games in Lyon :
- Semi-finals : Tuesday, July 2nd and Wednesday, July 3rd.
- Final : on Sunday, July 7th.
Where to sleep in Lyon?
- Sofitel Lyon Bellecour (5 stars)
- Boscolo Lyon (5 stars)
- Cour des loges (5 stars)
Where to eat in Lyon?
- Paul Bocuse (3 Michelin stars)
- Mère Brazier (2 Michelin stars)
- Le neuvième art (2 Michelin stars)
The football club of the city, the OGC Nice, is a historical actor in French football since 1904 and dominated the championship in the 1950s. Their new stadium, the Allianz Riviera, will welcome over 35.000 persons for the phase game as well as the small final for the third place in the World Cup.
Games in Nice :
- Group phase: England – Scotland on Sunday, June 9th.
- Group phase: France- Norway on Wednesday, June 12th.
- Group phase: Sweden - Thailand on Sunday, June 16th.
- Group phase: Japan - England on Wednesday, June 19th.
- Match for third place: on Saturday, July 06th.
Where to sleep in Nice?
- Hotel Negresco (5 stars)
- Hotel Cap Estel (5 stars)
- Grand Hotel du Cap-Ferrat (5 stars)
Where to eat in Nice?
- Flaveur (2 Michelin stars)
- The Chantecler (2 Michelin stars)
- La Chèvre d’Or (2 Michelin stars)
Aéroport de Nice
Nice airport gets very busy during the summer. In order to obtain the right arrival or departure slot, our team advises you to book your private jet flight early.
Montpellier has several professional teams with one rugby and two football teams, the men's and women's team of Montpellier. His female team has been present on the national and European scene for almost 20 years.
Games in Montpellier:
- Groupe phase: Canada - Cameroon on Monday, June 10th.
- Groupe phase: South Africa - China on Thursday, June 13th.
- Groupe phase: South Africa - Germany on Monday, June 17th.
- Groupe phase: Cameroon – New Zealand on Thursday, June 20th.
- Round of 16: on Tuesday, June 25th.
Where to sleep in Montpellier?
- The Domaine de Verchant Relais & Châteaux (5 stars)
- Grand Hotel du Midi (5 stars)
- Boutique Hotel Baudon de Mauny (5 stars)
Where to eat in Montpellier?
- La Réserve Rimbaud (1 Michelin star)
- The Factory
Charter a private jet to assist to the Women Football World’s Cup: