Brazil's Marta the first woman to enter 'Hall of Fame' at Maracana (0:54)
Stajcic: Any team can win Women's World Cup (1:01)
Nigeria in an uphill battle in Group A (0:52)
The pressure's on Kerr to carry Australia at World Cup (1:13)
Likeable matchups for Canada in Group E (1:10)
Foudy: Brazil always the bridesmaids, never the bride (1:01)
England 'can taste' what's possible ahead of World Cup (1:14)
World Cup debutants Jamaica in tough spot in Group C (1:13)
Scotland & England a 'perfect script' in Group D (1:07)
Foudy looking forward to match up with Sweden (2:25)
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O'Hara eyes U.S. 'redemption' vs. Sweden

U.S. women's national team defender Kelley O'Hara said she is "pumped" now that the draw for the 2019 Women's World Cup is complete.

Joy Russo ESPN.com 

Here is a look at the 2019 Women's World Cup draw: GROUP A: France, Korea Republic, Norway, Nigeria; GROUP B: Germany, China, Spain, South Africa; GROUP C: Australia, Italy, Brazil, Jamaica; GROUP D: England, Scotland, Argentina, Japan GROUP E: Canada, Cameroon, New Zealand, Netherlands GROUP F: United States, Thailand, Chile, Sweden

Tom Hamilton Senior Writer 

Here's the draw for the 2019 Women's World Cup. The U.S. have got Sweden... again! And as for Group D, that is some draw.

Tom Hamilton Senior Writer 

Here's the draw for the 2019 Women's World Cup. The U.S. have got Sweden... again! And as for Group D, that is some draw.

Tom Hamilton Senior Writer 

Well England are going to have to do it the hard way in the pool stages of the 2019 Women's World Cup. They are drawn alongside 2015 runners-up Japan, old foes Scotland and Argentina. That's quite some group. England will open against Scotland, on the same day as the men's Nations Cup final.

Tom Hamilton Senior Writer 

What a welcome for Didier Deschamps, the man who won the men's World Cup both as captain and coach. 'Deschamps' rings out from the audience here at La Seine Musicale as he's joined on stage by the other heroes for the 2019 Women's World Cup draw.

Tom Hamilton Senior Writer 

Carli Lloyd says the US team is "pretty confident" and is "as talented can be" as she brings the World Cup on stage here in Paris. We've just had a rather extravagant lights show to kick off proceedings at the draw for the 2019 Women's World Cup.

Tom Hamilton Senior Writer 

Rumours of a light show to kick proceedings off. Louis Saha, Alex Scott, Kaka and Didier Deschamps all in attendance here at La Seine Musicale in Paris

Tom Hamilton Senior Writer 

At the draw for the 2019 Women's World Cup here in Paris. While the center of the capital is in lockdown due to protests, with some 800 people arrested today, all is calm here in the southwest of Paris at La Seine Musicale with Louis Saha and Alex Scott in charge of proceedings.