The 2020 Olympic Games are fast approaching - and we'll be represented by 11 Gunners out in Japan.
Here's who's in action and when this summer:
Gabriel Martinelli has been named in Brazil's squad for the tournament. Gabriel was also called up but has had to withdraw due to injury.
The Selecao kick-off their Group D campaign against Germany on Thursday, July 22 against Germany in Yokohama, before facing Ivory Coast on Sunday, July 25. Their final group-stage game takes place in Saitama, against Saudi Arabia on Wednesday, July 28.
Kim Little, Nikita Parris and Leah Williamson have been named in Great Britain's squad, while Lotte Wubben-Moy has been listed as a reserve.
Hege Riise's side kick-off Group E against Chile on Wednesday, July 21 before facing hosts Japan on Saturday, July 24. Great Britain then leave their Sapporo base for their final group-stage clash with Canada in Kashima on Tuesday, July 27.
London 2012 silver medallist Mana Iwabuchi hopes to be facing her new Arsenal team-mates in Group E. Japan start against Canada on Wednesday, July 21 and finish against Chile on Tuesday, July 27 in Rifu.
Vivianne Miedema is our sole representative in the Netherlands squad. The Lionesses begin their Group F journey against Zambia on Wednesday, July 21, before facing Brazil on Saturday, July 24. Netherlands then trade Rifu for Yokohama to end their group-stage campaign against China on Tuesday, July 27.
Finally, Steph Catley, Caitlin Foord and Lydia Williams have all been included in the Australia squad for this summer's tournament. The Matildas face New Zealand on Wednesday, July 21 in Tokyo, before taking on Sweden in Saitama on Saturday, July 24. Their final Group G clash comes against reigning World Cup champions United States on Tuesday, July 27.
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