Canada will host the Women's 2015 World Cup, which will be the biggest in its history, counting with the participation of 24 teams instead of the usual 16.
Due to the expansion, there will be six different cities in Canada hosting the tournament: Moncton, Montreal, Ottawa, Winnipeg, Edmonton, and Vancouver.
Ecuador will be hosted mostly in Vancouver, while Brazil and Colombia will be centered mostly in Montreal and Moncton, respectively.
The Atlantic Time Zone in Moncton (GMT -3), will differ from Pacific Time Zone in Vancouver (UTC -7), by four hours.
Brazil will be part of the E Group alongside Spain, Costa Rica and South Korea. Their debut is scheduled for June 9th in Montreal.
Colombia will be part of the difficult F Group, alongside Mexico, France and England, and will be debuting on the same date as the Brazilians, against the Mexicans; Ecuador, meanwhile, will begin the tournament against Cameroon on June 8th and will do so with the youngest head coach in the history of the tournament. They will count with the leadership of 26 year old Vanessa Arauz, who was the first woman to take the title at home.