CHICAGO (May 24, 2019) - While the U.S. Women's National Team pursues a fourth star over the U.S. Soccer crest on the field during the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup in France, fans across the United States can support the team through the WNT Everywhere campaign that will increase the WNT players visibility by bringing artistic and digital experiences to cities throughout the country in addition to the team's Send-Off Series matches, presented by Volpi Foods.
The WNT Everywhere campaign will present each WNT player to audiences throughout the U.S. via a mural, a poster, or both. Talented, local female artists have created 11 WNT player murals across the country in locations meaningful to players, such as players' hometowns, club team locations, or college towns. Murals are located in San Francisco, Atlanta, Orlando, St. Louis, New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Denver, Portland, and Cincinnati.
In addition, each member of the USA's 2019 Women's World Cup Team will have a special and unique poster produced. Each player will be featured in a separate poster that will have an artistic rendering of the player along with their name and number. The city murals will also be available as posters.
The WNT Everywhere campaign also marks the launch of the new U.S. Soccer app. Using object recognition technology in the app, fans will be able to align their mobile phone with one of the eye-catching murals and posters to unlock exclusive content about the U.S. WNT players that will not be available anywhere else.
The mural in downtown Orlando (Located at the intersection of Robinson and Orange) was created via a partnership between Orlando Pride and USWNT.
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The U.S. WNT will play three international friendlies in May before heading to the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup in France where the team aims to win its fourth overall and second-consecutive World Cup title. The Send-Off Series, presented by Volpi Foods, began with a WNT 3-0 win against South Africa on May 12 at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif. The U.S. then faced New Zealand in St. Louis on May 16 (5-0 win) and finishes preparations against Mexico on May 26 (12 p.m. ET; Red Bull Arena; Harrison, N.J.).