At next summer's Women's World Cup, the U.S. will play Vietnam, the Netherlands, and the winner of Cameroon, Thailand, and Portugal.
It hopes to win the event three times in a row. The U.S. will face just one top-22 FIFA team.
The monthlong tournament begins July 20 in Auckland and Sydney.
The U.S. has won 12 straight World Cup games and hasn't lost since 2011.
World is catching up. This month, the Americans lost in England and Spain for the first time since 2017.
Jill Ellis, who coached the U.S. in the past two World Cups and never lost, called this the most competitive tournament ever.