FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023: The Biggest Stage for Women’s Football
— FIFA Women’s World Cup (@FIFAWWC) July 17, 2023
The FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 is the ninth edition of the FIFA Women’s World Cup, the quadrennial international women’s football championship contested by the national teams of the member associations of FIFA. The tournament will be hosted by Australia and New Zealand from 20 July to 20 August 2023.
The tournament will feature 32 teams, an increase from the 24 teams that competed in the 2019 tournament. The teams will be divided into eight groups of four, with the top two teams from each group advancing to the knockout stage.
The defending champions are the United States, who won their fourth title in 2019. The other three teams that have won the Women’s World Cup are Germany, Norway, and Japan.
The FIFA Women’s World Cup is the most prestigious international tournament in women’s football. It is a global showcase for the sport and a platform for women’s empowerment. The tournament is expected to attract a record audience of over 1 billion viewers worldwide.
The FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 is sure to be a thrilling tournament. With so many talented teams competing, it is impossible to predict who will lift the trophy. However, one thing is for sure: the tournament will be a celebration of women’s football and a powerful force for good in the world.
|Group A||Group B||Group C||Group D|
|New Zealand||Australia||Costa Rica||China|
|Switzerland||Republic of Ireland||Zambia||Haiti|
|Group E||Group F||Group G||Group H|
|United States||Jamaica||South Africa||South Korea|
The FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 will be hosted by Australia and New Zealand. The matches will be played in 10 venues across the two countries.
|Brisbane Stadium||Dunedin Stadium|
|Hindmarsh Stadium||Eden Park|
|Melbourne Rectangular Stadium||Waikato Stadium|
|Perth Rectangular Stadium||Wellington Regional Stadium|
|Sydney Football Stadium|
Group Stage – 1 of 3
|A||New Zealand vs Norvay||20 Jul / 12:30 PM||Eden Park|
|B||Australia vs Republic of Ireland||20 Jul / 03:30 PM||Stadium Australia|
|B||Nigeria vs Canada||21 Jul / 08:00 AM||Melbourne Rectangular Stadium|
|A||Philippines vs Switzerland||21 Jul / 10:30 AM||Dunedin Stadium|
|C||Spain vs Costa Rics||21 Jul / 01:00 PM||Wellington Regional Stadium|
|E||United States vs Vietnam||22 Jul / 06:30 AM||Eden Park|
|C||Zambia vs Japan||22 Jul / 12:30 AM||Melbourne Rectangular Stadium|
|D||England vs Haiti||22 Jul / 03:00 PM||Brisbane Stadium|
|D||Denmark vs China||22 Jul / 05:30 PM||Perth Rectangular Stadium|
|G||Sweden vs South Africa||23 Jul / 10:30 AM||Wellington Regional Stadium|
|E||Netherlands vs Portugal||23 Jul / 01:00 PM||Dunedin Stadium|
|F||France vs Jamaica||23 Jul / 03:30 PM||Stadium Australia|
|G||Italy vs Argentina||24 Jul / 11:30 AM||Eden Park|
|H||Germany vs Morocco||24 Jul / 02:00 PM||Melbourne Rectangular Stadium|
|F||Brazil vs Panama||24 Jul / 04:30 PM||Hindmarsh Stadium|
|H||Colombia vs South Korea||25 Jul / 07:00 AM||Stadium Australia|