A mass penalty shoot-out will take place across France to celebrate 100 days until the FIFA Women's World Cup ©FIFA

A mass penalty shoot-out is taking place across France to celebrate 100 days until the start of the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup.

Shoot-outs have been planned in each of the nine cities set to host matches at the tournament, with mascot Ettie playing in goal.

Members of the public have been invited to take shots at goal, with their efforts broadcast live onto the front of a nearby building.

When the 100th goal is scored, the tournament posters for each city will be revealed.

"Like the values projected by the World Cup, the evening will provide an opportunity for both football lovers and non-believers to come together and share in a celebration," FIFA said.

In Grenoble, the shoot-out will take place at the city's ice rink, where visitors will be able to try out ice football. 

Rennes will lay on events combining sport and culture, including an exhibition of the city's poster competition entries and "musical entertainment".

The tournament is set to begin in Paris on June 7 and will finish with the final on July 7.