France face holders the United States and Sweden take on hosts Brazil after the draw was made for August's Olympic tournament with Germany also involved.
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Europe's contenders in the Olympic women's football tournament this August have discovered their opposition for the event in Brazil.
Germany, who won bronze in 2000, 2004 and 2008 before failing to qualify four years ago, are up against debutants Zimbabwe, Australia and Brazil. Fourth in 2012, France must face the team that have won every gold medal other than in 2000, the United States, while the winner of last month's UEFA qualifying tournament, Sweden, have hosts Brazil among their opponents.
Group E: Brazil (hosts), China, Sweden, South Africa
Sweden games: v South Africa (3 August, Olympic Stadium, Rio de Janeiro), v Brazil (6 August, Olympic Stadium, Rio de Janeiro), v China (9 August, Brasilia)
Group F: Canada, Australia, Zimbabwe, Germany
Germany games: v Zimbabwe (3 August, Sao Paulo), v Australia (6 August, Sao Paulo), v Canada (9 August, Brasilia)
Group G: United States (holders), New Zealand, France, Colombia
France games: v Colombia (3 August, Belo Horizonte), v US (6 August, Belo Horizonte), v New Zealand (9 August, Salvador)
The two best third-placed teams will join the top two in each group in the quarter-finals.
Quarter-finals: 12 August
1 Winner E v Third F/G (Belo Horizonte)
2 Winner G v Third E/F (Brasilia)
3 Winner F v Runner-up G (Sao Paulo)
4 Runner-up E v Runner-up F (Salvador)
Semi-finals: 16 August
Winner QF1 v Winner QF2 (Maracanã, Rio de Janiero)
Winner QF3 v Winner QF4 (Belo Horizonte)
Bronze medal match: 19 August, Sao Paulo
Gold medal match: 19 August, Maracanã, Rio de Janiero
- Past Olympic medallists
2012: United States (gold), Japan (silver), Canada (bronze); London, United Kingdom
2008: United States (gold), Brazil (silver), Germany (bronze); Beijing, China
2004: United States (gold), Brazil (silver), Germany (bronze); Athens, Greece
2000: Norway (gold), United States (silver), Germany (bronze); Sydney, Australia
1996: United States (gold), China (silver), Norway (bronze); Atlanta, United States