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Google celebrates kicking off of 2019 Women's World Cup of football with first doodle of the series
Internet search engine giant, Google celebrates the inaugural of the 2019 Women's World Cup with a sketch doodle on its home page. It is the part of the doodle series that would continue as the tournament progresses in France from June 7 onwards. "Best of luck to all the athletes, and let the games begin!" wishes Google's website.

In the doodle, women players' stances of kicking the ball have been shown with the logo's letters in the bold capital letters in stripped green. Also, around the doodle some other related cartoon character of Ettie, the French poussin, this year's official mascot and scenes have been depicted.

"Today's Doodle celebrates the eighth edition of the tournament with a collage of characters from our upcoming series of Doodles by guest artists representing each of the competing countries. Each doodle will capture the local excitement of the World Cup competition as well as what soccer means to the guest artist personally, informs Google's website.

This time, seven teams will be making their eighth consecutive appearance in the Women's World Cup, including the American team, who return as defending champions looking to win their fourth title this year. Four teams will be making their Women's World Cup debut in 2019: Chile, Scotland, South Africa, and Jamaica?the first Caribbean team ever to qualify, adds the website.

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