A look at the venues for the 2015 FIFA Women`s World Cup which will take place from June 6 to July 5 in Canada:
Second largest stadium in Canada with more than 60,000 seats, it will host the opening match and five other group games. It will also feature two last-16 matches, a quarter-final, a semi-final and third-place play-off match.
The smallest stadium in the tournament with a 10,000 capacity. Six group matches will take place as well a last-16 tie.
Build for the 1976 Olympic Games, it was designed, like the Parc des Princes of French Ligue 1 champions Paris Saint-Germain, by French architect Roger Taillibert. It can host a maximum of 65,000 spectators, and will be used for six group matches, a last-16 tie, a quarter-final and a semi-final.
The TD Place Stadium (or Frank-Clair Stadium) has room for 28,000 spectators and will be used for six group matches, a last-16 and quarter-final game.
BC Place Stadium
Built in 1983 and renovated in 2011, the BC Place Stadium is a modern 55,000-seater venue. It is here that the World Cup final will be played but also five first round matches, a last-16 tie, and a quarter-final game.
A 33,000-seater venue it will host seven first round ties.