VIDEO: Fara aims for Olympic legacy
Team GB Double Header
Women v Sweden (4pm)
Men v Brazil (7.45pm)
Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough FC
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Fara Williams believes the profile of women's football will go through the roof if Team GB are successful in this summer's Olympic Games.
Hope Powell's side will have high expectations on their shoulders as they get ready to face New Zealand, Cameroon and Brazil in their group over the next two weeks.
And Williams says that the legacy of the Olympics could be enormous to the sport.
"Just being in the Olympics is obviously going to draw attention to women's football in England," said the Everton midfielder.
"The Olympics are going to showcase us as female footballers, and even if we don't win a medal we [hope to] give a good account of ourselves to let people out there see that women are good at football.
"The girls are overwhelmed and excited with what is going on. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to showcase ourselves."
But Williams is under no illusions as to how difficult the task ahead will be. Sweden are the opponents in Team GB's final warm-up game in Middlesbrough on Friday, and in a competition that also contains reigning Olympic champions USA and last year's World Cup winners, Japan, Williams knows her side will have their work cut out.
"Our focus has to be the group stages," she said. "Once we get out of the group we can start thinking about medals.
"The American national team, especially around Olympic time, are definitely always favourites and Japan are world champions so they definitely have to be one of the favourites also.
"But the additions [of Scottish players Kim Little and Ifeoma Dieke] with the core England players has definitely strengthened the squad. The squad have gelled really quickly."
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The games will be the only chance for fans to see the men's and women's teams play before the Olympic football tournament begins five days later when Team GB women take on New Zealand at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff , with the men’s team kicking off their competition against Senegal at Old Trafford (KO 8pm) on Thursday 26 July.