Chilean artist Luisa Rivera said that the World Cup meant “teamwork, passion and determination” for her, and Dutch artist Eline Van Dam said she wanted to show how the event “connected people around the world”. Google started the first World Cup theme graffiti on Friday to celebrate the start of the game.
“Every graffiti captures the excitement of locals about the World Cup and the significance of football to artists,” Google said.
You can view a full list of 24 artists in a Google blog post, one in each country. Google has launched a graffiti to celebrate several of the participating teams in the World Cup.
The teams participating in the second day of the World Cup included China, Germany, Nigeria, Norway, South Africa and Spain.
The teams participating in the third day of the World Cup included Australia, Brazil, England, Italy, Jamaica and Scotland.
The teams participating in the fourth day of the World Cup included Argentina, Cameroon, Canada and Japan.
The 2019 French Women's World Cup opened on Friday night, and the host France won the South Korean team 4-0.
Google also said that football fans will be able to use the assistants and search applications to track real-time game updates. While the Google Search app allows users to subscribe to team updates, the Assistant can answer specific questions.