We hope you’ve been enjoying the football on display in the FIFA Women’s Football World Cup! We’re celebrating the competition with a series of posts bringing you fun facts about the flags of the teams in each group.
Today, we’re looking at the flags of the countries in Group E: Netherlands, Portugal, United States and Vietnam.
The flag of the Netherlands has three horizontal stripes in red, white and blue.
Did you know:
The flag of Portugal has two vertical stripes. A dark green stripe comprises two-fifths of the flag, with the red stripe taking up the remaining three-fifths. The coat of arms of Portugal is centred over the colour joining.
The coat of arms on the flag has seven castles and five blue shields on it.
The flag of the United States has thirteen horizontal stripes alternating in red and white. In the top-left corner there is a blue rectangle with 50 white stars on it.
The flag of Vietnam has a red background with a yellow five-pointed star in the centre.
Check back in the coming days when we’ll be exploring fun facts about the flags of the country’s in Group F of the FIFA Women’s World Cup: Brazil, France, Jamaica and Panama.