Women's World Cup: Contenders reveal tournament kits
The Women's World Cup takes centre stage this summer as the best female players on the planet compete for glory in Australia and New Zealand.
England are the joint-favourites alongside perennial powerhouses USA, while Spain, France and Germany are sure to be in the mix.
And though football will be the main talking point, it would not be a major tournament without pre-event hype over kits.
Adidas have released images of some of the designs their teams will be wearing, as well as information on where fans can get their hands on them.
We run through what some of the main title contenders will be donning this summer — make sure to check back as more are revealed in the coming months.
England will pair navy shorts with their traditional white home shirts and have opted for an all-blue away strip.
The Nike designs are said to be inspired by the art deco movement and made from 80% recycled material.
France will sport a lighter shade of blue than normal for their home kits and a more traditional white away kit.
The modern design sees a pattern weaved into the first-choice shirts and shorts, which are paired with red socks.
Beaten Euro 2022 finalists Germany will hope to go one better this time and Martina Voss-Tecklenburg has plenty of stars at her disposal.
The two-time world champions' away kit pays tribute to the forests that run through the country with various shades of green featured in a bespoke graphic.
Another team in a slightly lighter tone than previous editions are the Netherlands.
Nike have drawn up a patterned orange home kit, while the Dutch have an all-blue reverse option with red detailing on the sleeves.
Spain were beaten in the quarter-finals by eventual champions England at last year's Euros and are hoping to reach the last eight of the World Cup for the first time.
Their second strip pays homage to the coral reefs of the Iberian coast — a familiar sight Down Under.
Sweden have never won a World Cup having been beaten in the 2003 final by Germany.
Finishing third in the last edition, they will be sporting away shirts which celebrate Scandinavia's iconic glaciers.
United States will arrive Down Under in style as they look to earn their third successive World Cup crown — and their fifth overall.
Their white home shirt is emblazoned with a paint-drop pattern which makes every jersey unique, in a nod to American expressionism.