The Parisians' EURO fixtures
Nine Paris Saint-Germain players will be taking part in the competition, which is being held in England.
SAKINA KARCHAOUI / GRACE GEYORO / SANDY BALTIMORE / KADIDIATOU DIANI / MARIE-ANTOINETTE KATOTO - FRANCE
Five Paris Saint-Germain players are in Corinne Diacre's 23-strong squad. The aim is clear: the final at Wembley on 31 July. But before that there is a Group D to negotiate with France facing Italy on 10 July, Belgium on 14 July and Iceland on 18 July, all kicking off at 9pm CEST. And the good news for Les Bleues is that they'll play all three matches in Rotherham.
RAMONA BACHMANN - SWITZERLAND
It's a second-ever EURO for the Swiss team. Four years ago in the Netherlands, Ramona Bachmann and her teammates did not progress from the group. This year, their aim will be to reach at least the quarter-finals. It's not going to be easy in Group C: they kick off against Portugal in Leigh on 9 July before facing Sweden on Wednesday and finishing with the Dutch on 17 July, both matches being played in Sheffield and kicking off at 6pm CEST.
AMANDA ILESTEDT - SWEDEN
Third at the last World Cup and Olympic runners-up in Tokyo, Sweden are among the favourites for the competition. It would be a first EURO triumph since 1984 if they do manage to claim the trophy. Their group looks manageable though: they start with the Netherlands on 9 July (9pm) in Sheffield, then face Switzerland on 13 July and Portugal four days later in Leigh.
LIEKE MARTENS - NETHERLANDS
One of the powerhouses of international women's football. Runners-up at the last World Cup, Mark Parsons' squad are the defending European champions. Victorious on home soil against Denmark in 2017, De Oranje will hope to retain their title with new Parisian Lieke Martens one of their attacking assets. The Dutch take on Sweden on 9 July, Portugal on Wednesday, and Switzerland on 17 July in Group C.
CELIN BIZET ILDHUSOY - NORWAY
World champions (1995), double European champions (1987, '93) and Olympic champions, the Norwegians have not quite had the same success in recent years. But this new generation could change that, and Celin Bizet Ildhusoy is part of that reborn hope. The Paris Saint-Germain forward heads into her first major international competition aged 20. Norway are in Group A and kick off in Southampton against the Republic of Ireland on Thursday before facing the hosts on Monday and then Austria on 15 July, both latter matches being played in Brighton at 9pm.