Twitter Is Set to Kick Off Its FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019 Efforts

The social network will award #GoldenTweet trophies for the best tournament-related tweets

Winners will receive “an iconic, limited-edition trophy” featuring the Twitter bird
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While the best women’s soccer players in the world battle it out on the pitch to try to bring the FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019 trophy to their home country, the top tweeters during the tournament will be competing for some hardware, as well.

Twitter’s analytics team will determine the best tweets in multiple categories from Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, France, Germany, Japan, Mexico, Spain, South Korea, the U.S. and the U.K., and those tweets will be crowned as the #GoldenTweet winners.

Specifically, in the U.S., a panel of judges will help choose the winners for athletes, brands, fans and journalists.

There will also be a global prize for the best overall tweet.

Winners will receive “an iconic, limited-edition trophy” featuring the Twitter bird.

Twitter users can join the conversation about the tournament with hashtags including #FIFAWWC, #DareToShine, #LeMomentDeBriller and #Ettie, as well as hashtag-triggered emojis for each team:

  • #ARG
  • #SomosArgentina
  • #AUS
  • #GoMatildas
  • #BRA
  • #GuerreirasdoBrasil
  • #CMR
  • #lionnesindomptables
  • #CAN
  • #CANWNT
  • #CHI
  • #LaRojaFemenina
  • #CHN
  • #玫瑰再绽放
  • #ENG
  • #ComeOnEngland
  • #FRA
  • #FiersdetreBleues
  • #GER
  • #IMTEAM
  • #ITA
  • #RagazzeMondiali
  • #JAM
  • #REGGAEGIRLZ
  • #JPN
  • #nadeshiko
  • #KOR
  • #그라운드의적막을깨라
  • #NED
  • #OnzeJacht
  • #NZL
  • #ForTheFern
  • #NGA
  • #Team9jaStrong
  • #NOR
  • #sterkeresammen
  • #SCO
  • #SWNT
  • #RSA
  • #BanyanaBanyana
  • #ESP
  • #JugarLucharYGanar
  • #SWE
  • #viärsverige
  • #THA
  • #เชียร์ไทยใจเดียวกัน/#TogetherAsOne
  • #USA
  • #OneNationOneTeam

Fans who are actually attending the games can open Twitter’s updated camera to see suggested hashtags and locations, as well as a larger format with a customizable colored text background.

Finally, Fox Sports will livestream FIFA Women’s World Cup Now from its Paris studio on every match day, via its @FOXSports and @FOXSoccer accounts.

Karina LeBlanc and Aaron West will host the show, which will feature highlights and fan interactions, similar to FIFA World Cup Now from 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia.