The Tokyo Olympics and women's soccer team draw will be held in Switzerland on the 21st, and Japan, which will be in Group E in the qualifying league, will face Canada, the United Kingdom and Chile.

For women, Japan entered "Group E" in the qualifying league and became the same group as Canada, England and Chile.

▼ The first match against Canada will be held on July 21,

▼ The second match against England will be held at Sapporo Dome on the 24th, and

the third match against Chile will be held at Miyagi Stadium on the 27th.

In the women's qualifying league, a total of eight teams, the top two teams from each group and the two teams with the highest results from the third place in each group, will advance to the final tournament, and the final will be on August 6th at the National Stadium. It will be held at.

Copper in London and Rio, Canada

Canada is the fourth appearance in four consecutive tournaments.

He won the bronze medal for the second consecutive tournament, the London 2012 Games and the Rio de Janeiro Games 2016.

The 37-year-old forward Christine Sinclair, who is the core player of the team, has scored a total of 186 points as a representative, and has the highest score record for both men and women.

Japan has played against Canada 14 times so far, with a total record of 7 wins, 4 losses and 3 draws.

Second appearance in England

The United Kingdom is a team formed by four football associations in England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales for the Olympics.

The Olympic Games are the second appearance since the 2012 London Games.

Japan played a warm-up game against England, where the main players gathered last March, and lost 0-1.

Chile first appearance

This is the first time for Chile to participate in the Olympic Games.

In the intercontinental playoffs, he defeated African powerhouse Cameroon to qualify.

Japan has played against Chile once in a warm-up game and has drawn one-on-one.