London — On Tuesday, the U.S. women's soccer team drew France, Colombia and North Korea in their group for the London Olympics.
The first event of the Olympics will take place on July 25th, two days before the opening ceremony, when the British women's soccer team plays New Zealand.
The U.S. women are defending Olympic champions and are in group G with France, Colombia and North Korea.
Women's world champions Japan drew Sweden, South Africa and Canada in group F.
The men's side will kick off on july 26th with hosts Britain facing Senegal in group A, which also includes Uruguay and the United Arab Emirates.
The U.S men's team didn't qualify for the Olympics.