FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023|Host |Teams |Schedule &Tickets

FIFA Women's World Cup 2023|Host |Teams |Schedule &Tickets May 20, 2024 2:41 pmFIFA Women's World Cup 2023|Host |Teams |Schedule &Tickets May 20, 2024 2:41 pm

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           FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 is an international soccer tournament held every four years for women’s national teams. The 2023 edition of the tournament will be the ninth edition and is scheduled to take place in Australia and New Zealand from July 10 to August 20, 2023.

 

FIFA Women's World Cup 2023
FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023

FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 Host  and Teams

The tournament will feature 32 teams, including the joint hosts AustraliaNew Zealand, who qualified automatically. The other 30 teams will be determined through a series of qualifying tournaments held around the world.

           The 2023 Women’s World Cup will be the first to feature 32 teams, an increase from the 24 teams that participated in the previous edition. This expansion will provide more opportunities for women’s national teams to compete on the international stage and is a testament to the growing popularity of women’s soccer.

          The tournament will be played across 9 host cities in Australia and 3 in New Zealand. The opening match will take place at Sydney’s Stadium Australia, with the final being held at Auckland’s Eden Park.

        The Women’s World Cup is an important event for the global soccer community and is a showcase for the best talent in the women’s game. It is also an opportunity for fans to come together and celebrate the sport, with millions of people expected to tune in to watch the action.

         The previous edition of the Women’s World Cup, held in France in 2019, was a huge success and saw the United States win its fourth title. The FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023  tournament promises to be even bigger and better, with many of the world’s top teams set to compete for the trophy.

        The Women’s World Cup is an exciting and important event for the global soccer community and will be a sporting calendar highlight in 2023.

Stadium of FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023TM

        The FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 will be held in 9 host cities across Australia and 3 in New Zealand. Here is a list of the stadiums that will be used for the tournament:

Stadium in Australia

  • Stadium Australia in Sydney
  • Brisbane Stadium in Brisbane
  • Adelaide Oval in Adelaide
  • Optus Stadium in Perth
  • AAMI Park in Melbourne
  • Newcastle Stadium in Newcastle
  • Bankwest Stadium in Sydney
  • Canberra Stadium in Canberra
  • McDonald Jones Stadium in Newcastle

Stadium in New Zealand:

  • Eden Park in Auckland
  • Waikato Stadium in Hamilton
  • Christchurch Stadium in Christchurch

  Stadium Australia

           Stadium Australia, also known as ANZ Stadium, is the largest stadium in the tournament with a capacity of over 80,000. It will host the opening match of the tournament as well as several other matches, including one quarter-final.

Brisbane Stadium

       Brisbane Stadium, also known as Suncorp Stadium, is a 52,500-seat stadium located in Brisbane, Queensland. It will host several group-stage matches and one quarter-final.

Adelaide Oval

            Adelaide Oval is a 55,000-seat stadium located in Adelaide, South Australia. It will host several group-stage matches and one quarter-final.

Optus Stadium

            Optus Stadium is a 60,000-seat stadium located in Perth, Western Australia. It will host several group-stage matches and one quarter-final.

AAMI Park

          AAMI Park is a 30,050-seat stadium located in Melbourne, Victoria. It will host several group-stage matches.

Newcastle Stadium

             Newcastle Stadium, also known as McDonald Jones Stadium, is a 33,000-seat stadium located in Newcastle, New South Wales. It will host several group-stage matches.

Bankwest Stadium

                 Bankwest Stadium is a 30,000-seat stadium located in Sydney, New South Wales. It will host several group-stage matches.

Canberra Stadium

              Canberra Stadium, also known as GIO Stadium, is a 25,000-seat stadium located in Canberra, Australian Capital Territory. It will host several group-stage matches.

Eden Park

                Eden Park is a 50,000-seat stadium located in Auckland, New Zealand. It will host several group-stage matches and the final.

Waikato Stadium

                Waikato Stadium is a 25,800-seat stadium located in Hamilton, New Zealand. It will host several group-stage matches.

Christchurch Stadium

                  Christchurch Stadium is a 20,000-seat stadium located in Christchurch, New Zealand. It will host several group-stage matches.

The kick-off time for The Play-off Tournament

         The kick-off times for the first-ever Play-Off Tournament for the FIFA Women’s World Cup™ have been confirmed.

      The tournament, hosted in Aotearoa New Zealand from 17-23 February 2023, will see 10 teams compete for the final three qualifying spots for the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023.

       The 10 teams that have qualified for the tournament are Cameroon, Chile, Chinese Taipei, Haiti, Panama, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, Portugal, Senegal, and Thailand. Which are divided into three groups as –

GroupsTeamsMatches
 APortu, Cameroon, ThailandCameroon will face Thailand for the right to play Portugal
 BChile, Haiti, SenegalChile will await the winners of Senegal-Haiti
 CChinese Taipei, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, PanamaTaipei-Paraguay and Papua New Guinea-Panama will square off for a ticket Down Under.

        New Zealand’s Football Ferns will play three friendlies around the Play-Off Tournament – the first against Portugal, before two fixtures against the guest team, Argentina.

        Waikato Stadium in Hamilton/Kirikiriroa and North Harbour Stadium in Auckland/Tāmaki Makaurau are the venues for the inaugural tournament.

full match schedule

      The Play-Off Tournament full match schedule  of FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 is available for download CLICK HERE. All kick-off times listed are local (NZDT).

How to purchase tickets

         Tickets for the Play-Off Tournament, as well as New Zealand’s friendlies against Portugal and Argentina, will go on sale in January 2023 via FIFA.com/tickets. To purchase tickets CLICK HERE

         Single-match passes for the FIFA Women’s World Cup are currently on sale via FIFA.com/tickets, with the first-ever 32-nation FIFA Women’s World Cup to be contested between 20 July and 20 August next year.

The FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023 will kick off at Eden Park in Auckland/Tāmaki Makaurau on Thursday, 20 July 2023. The Football Ferns will play Norway in match one at 7 pm (local time).

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Qualifiers for Australia & New Zealand 2023TM

          32 nations will compete in the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 for the first time. Born as a 12-team tournament in 1991, it was expanded to include 16 countries in the USA in 1999 and 24 in Canada in 2015. These are-

        Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China PR, Colombia, Costa Rica, Denmark, England, France, Germany, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Korea Republic, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nigeria, Norway, Philippines, Republic of Ireland, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, USA, Vietnam, Zambia. These countries are divided into the 8 Groups as given in this table.

GroupsTeams
A
  1. New Zealand
  2. Norway
  3. Switzerland
  4. Philippines
B
  1. Republic of Ireland
  2. Australia
  3. Nigeria
  4. Canada
C
  1. Spain
  2. Japan
  3. Zambia
  4. Costa Rica
D
  1. England
  2. Group B play-off winner
  3. Denmark
  4. China PR
E
  1. USA
  2. Vietnam
  3. Netherlands
  4. Group A play-off winner 
F
  1. France
  2. Jamaica
  3. Brazil
  4. Group C play-off winner 
G
  1. Sweden
  2. South Africa
  3. Italy
  4. Argentina
H
  1. Germany
  2. Morocco
  3. Colombia
  4. Korean Republic

FIFA Women’s World Cup titles

  • USA (4)
  • Germany (2)
  • Norway (1)
  • Japan (1)

Who will host FIFA Women’s World Cup in 2023?

The FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™ is jointly hosted by two countries, Australia and New Zealand, and held for the first time in the Southern Hemisphere.

Who has qualified for the Women’s World Cup 2023?

Women’s World Cup 2023 qualifiers are Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China PR, Colombia, Costa Rica, Denmark, England, France, Germany, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Korea Republic, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nigeria, Norway, Philippines, Republic of Ireland, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, USA, Vietnam, Zambia. Three countries will be selected from three groups of play-off stages.

What are the 8 host cities for the upcoming 2023 Women’s World Cup?

Stadium in Australia
Stadium Australia in Sydney
Brisbane Stadium in Brisbane
Adelaide Oval in Adelaide
Optus Stadium in Perth
AAMI Park in Melbourne
Newcastle Stadium in Newcastle
Bankwest Stadium in Sydney
Canberra Stadium in Canberra
McDonald Jones Stadium in Newcastle
Stadium in New Zealand:
Eden Park in Auckland
Waikato Stadium in Hamilton
Christchurch Stadium in Christchurch

How many teams go to the women’s World Cup?

32 nations will compete in the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 for the first time. Born as a 12-team tournament in 1991, it was expanded to include 16 countries in the USA in 1999 and 24 in Canada in 2015.

Is USA in Women’s World Cup 2023?

The 2023 Women’s World Cup is just around the corner with the 9th edition of the tournament to take place in Australia and New ZealandThe United States will arrive as defending champions and is chasing his 5th Women’s World Cup title.

How many World Cups had USA won women’s?

The USA is the most successful Women’s World Cup team with 4 titles.

How often is the Women’s World Cup?

The Women’s World Cup is governed by the Fédération International de Football Association (FIFA) and takes place every 4 years. Similarly, the men’s World Cup also takes place every 4 years. The next men’s FIFA World Cup will be in 2026 and hosted by North American countries.

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