Although the world has completely changed with the pandemic, major sporting events have not stopped and now it is Women’s World Cup Australia and New Zealand 2023.
It will be the ninth edition of the Women’s World Cup and Played for the first time with 32 participating teamsThis is after the approval of the FIFA Council. In order not to miss any details of this wonderful event, we present to you below all the details of the joint exhibition between Asia and Oceania.
When will the Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand 2023 be held?
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The kick-off date for the 2023 Women’s World Cup is already out. It starts on July 20 of the following year and ends on August 20According to the FIFA calendar.
Where is the Women’s World Cup 2023?
This will be the first version in which two countries operate as a joint headquarters in the women’s branch. They are Australia, a member of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) and New Zealand, from the Oceania Football Confederation (OFC), which is unprecedented in the women’s tournament.
The host cities and their stadiums are:
So far only the hosts have secured their place in the tournament. The other 30 teams must obtain their tickets through the qualifiers held around the world.
Most of the World Cup venues are decided by the Women’s America’s Cup, the Asian Women’s Cup, and the CONCACAF Championships. Only UEFA has World Cup qualifiers as such. The quotas by the Confederacy are as follows:
- AFC – 5 places
- Confederation of African Football (C) – 4 places
- CONCACAF – 4 seats
- CONMEBOL – 5 seats
- UEFA – 11 seats
- Annex – 3 places
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