With less than a month to go until the Women’s World Cup begins on 7 June, BBC Sport looks at the biggest stories involving the 24 teams who will be competing in France.

The tournament begins in Paris, with home nations England and Scotland facing each other in their opening group game on Sunday, 9 June, hoping to reach the final in Lyon on 7 July.

You can watch all the matches live coverage across BBC TV, radio and online.

‘We play for a nation that doesn’t even know our name’

Dzsenifer Marozsan, Alexandra Popp and Melanie Leupolz are among the players featured in Germany’s squad video

Germany confirmed their 23-player World Cup squad on Tuesday and their announcement video