In the world of sports, big bash tournaments are about to happen this year. Yes, we are talking about FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023. The last FIFA Women’s World Cup was organized in the year 2019 and was won by the United States women’s national soccer team.
In this write-up titled FIFA Womens World Cup 2023, we will thoroughly depict the upcoming tournament’s crucial aspects. So let’s get started with a brief of FIFA Womens World Cup history.
- FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023
- FIFA Women’s World Cup History
- FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 Host Country
- FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 Qualified Teams
- FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 Venues or Stadiums
- FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 Schedule
- Group A Match Schedule
- Group B Match Schedule
- Group C Match Schedule
- Group D Match Schedule
- Group E Match Schedule
- Group F Match Schedule
- Group G Match Schedule
- Group H Match Schedule
- FIFA Womens World Cup 2023 Schedule Of Round Of Matches
- FIFA Womens World Cup 2023 Schedule Of Quarter-Final Matches
- FIFA Womens World Cup 2023 Schedule Of Semi-Final Matches
- FIFA Womens World Cup 2023 Schedule Of Final Match
- FIFA Womens World Cup 2023 Sponsors
FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023
FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 will be the 9th edition of the competition. There are many interesting things to read up on about the 9th edition, so stay tuned and keep reading, do not interrupt your flow.
There are a lot of things to be discussed about the Women’s football world cup 2023. It is a great initiative towards the upgradation of womens games, here I mean the 2023 womens world cup will be the first completely separated tournament from the men’s FIFA world cup. So stay tuned and read all the information and most important thing do not miss the tournament this year.
FIFA Women’s World Cup History
The FIFA Women’s World Cup was held for the first time in the year 1991. Since then, this tournament is held at an interval of every 4 years, which has come one year after the Men’s FIFA World Cup. The host country was China and it was called FIFA Women’s World Championship at that time.
A total of 12 countries participated in the FIFA Women’s World Cup 1991 and a total of 26 matches were played from 16 November – 30 November 1991. The winning team was the United States under the captaincy of April Heinrichs.
On the current date, there are a total of eight FIFA Womens World Cup tournaments have been played and the United States is the most frequent winner with 4 titles, whereas Germany has won two times, Japan on time, and Norway one time. In FIFA Womens World Cup history, there were six countries that hosted FIFA. Those are the United States, China, Canada, France, Germany, and Sweden.
Day by day many things are improving and changing with the vision to make the FIFA Womens World Cup more opportunistic, like for the first time in the FIFA Women’s World Cup history there will be 32 teams to participate, in the year 2019 there were only 24 teams and if you remember when the first tournament was organized, only 12 teams participated.
FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 Host Country
FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 will be hosted by Australia and New Zealand jointly. This is going to happen for the first time in history that two counties will conduct FIFA Women’s World Cup. Not only this but it will be the first-ever senior tournament to be held across more than one confederation. Australia from Asian Confederation and New Zealand from Oceania Confederation.
The bidding for the selection of the host country occurred in 2019. Firstly, 8 countries showed interest in hosting the senior tournament but when the number of participants increased from 24 to 32, the number of bidders get changed. On that Australia and New Zealand announced that they will come together to host the Women’s FIFA.
On the other hand, Brazil, Colombia, and Japan tied up for the same. But later Brazil and Japan dropped the bidding before the final voting. Hence Australia and New Zealand got the chance to become the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 host countries togetherly.
This is going to be the first FIFA Womens World Cup to be held in the Southern Hemisphere. Whether this is the first Women’s FIFA World Cup which will be hosted by more than one country but it is the second senior tournament of FIFA to be held in multiple nations after the Men’s FIFA World Cup 2002 hosted by Japan and South Korea.
FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 Qualified Teams
In the qualification process, there were a total of 498 matches were played between 16 September 2021 – 23 February 2022. In this FIFA Womens World Cup, 2023 qualifiers round 172 teams took part from the 6 confederations out of which 30 teams are selected, Australia and New Zealand were already qualified as they are the host counties.
So here we are sharing the list of FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 Qualified Teams along with the mention of their confederations name.
- South Korea
- New Zealand
- South Africa
- Costa Rica
- United States
- Republic of Ireland
Out of these, there are some countries like the Philippines, Vietnam, Morocco, Zambia, and the Republic of Ireland that are going to make their debut in the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023.
FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 Venues or Stadiums
As we already know Australia and New Zealand are the host counties for the upcoming FIFA, so the venues for the same will be across both countries. FIFA announced the final venues on 31 March 2021. In Australia, 6 venues in 5 cities, and in New Zealand, 4 venues in 4 cities are finalized.
- Sydney – Stadium Australia (Accor Stadium), Sydney Football Stadium (Allianz Stadium)
- Brisbane – Lang Park (Brisbane Football Stadium)
- Melbourne – Melbourne Rectangular Stadium (AAMI)
- Perth – Perth Rectangular Stadium
- Adelaide – Hindmarsh Stadium
- Auckland – Eden Park
- Wellington – Wellington Regional Stadium
- Dunedin – Forsyth Barr Stadium
- Hamilton – Waikato Stadium
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FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 Schedule
The opening ceremony of the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 will be held on 20 July. The initiation of the tournament will be from the group stage matches, then the Round of 16, then Quarter-finals, Semi-finals, and Final.
Before discussing the dates of the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 Schedule lets make it clear which team will play in which group.
- New Zealand
- Republic of Ireland
- Costa Rica
- Play-off Gruop B winners
- United States
- Play-off Group A winners
- Play-off Group C winners
- South Africa
- South Africa
So here we are sharing FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 Schedule for all the matches including the Group stage.
Group A Match Schedule
|1.||New Zealand Vs Norway||20 July||Eden Park, Auckland|
|2.||Philippines Vs Switzerland||21 July||Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin|
|3.||New Zealand Vs Philippines||25 July||Wellington Regional Stadium, Wellington|
|4.||Switzerland Vs Norway||25 July||Waikato Stadium, Hamilton|
|5.||Switzerland Vs New Zealand||30 July||Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin|
|6.||Norway Vs Philippines||30 July||Eden Park, Auckland|
Group B Match Schedule
|1.||Australia Vs Republic of Ireland||20 July||Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney|
|2.||Nigeria Vs Canada||21 July||Melbourne Rectangular Stadium, Melbourne|
|3.||Canada Vs Republic of Ireland||26 July||Perth Rectangular Stadium, Perth|
|4.||Australia Vs Nigeria||27 July||Lang Park, Brisbane|
|5.||Canada Vs Australia||31 July||Melbourne Rectangular Stadium, Melbourne|
|6.||Republic of Ireland Vs Nigeria||31 July||Lang Park, Brisbane|
Group C Match Schedule
|1.||Spain Vs Costa Rica||21 July||Wellington Regional Stadium, Wellington|
|2.||Zambia Vs Japan||22 July||Waikato Stadium, Hamilton|
|3.||Japan Vs Costa Rica||26 July||Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin|
|4.||Spain Vs Zambia||26 July||Eden Park, Auckland|
|5.||Japan Vs Spain||31 July||Wellington Regional Stadium, Wellington|
|6.||Costa Rica Vs Zambia||31 July||Waikato Stadium, Hamilton|
Group D Match Schedule
|1.||England Vs Play-off Group B winners||22 July||Lang Park, Brisbane|
|2.||Denmark Vs China||22 July||Perth Rectangular Stadium, Perth|
|3.||England Vs Denmark||28 July||Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney|
|4.||China Vs Play-off Group B winners||28 July||Hindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide|
|5.||China Vs England||1 August||Hindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide|
|6.||Play-off Group B Vs Denmark||1 August||Perth Rectangular Stadium, Perth|
Group E Match Schedule
|1.||United States Vs Vietnam||22 July||Eden Park, Auckland|
|2.||Netherlands Vs Play-off Group A winners||23 July||Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin|
|3.||United States Vs Netherlands||27 July||Wellington Regional Stadium, Wellington|
|4.||Play-off Group A winners Vs Vietnam||27 July||Waikato Stadium, Hamiltone|
|5.||Play-off Group A winners Vs United States||1 August||Eden Park, Auckland|
|6.||Vietnam Vs Netherlands||1 August||Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin|
Group F Match Schedule
|1.||France Vs Jamaica||23 July||Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney|
|2.||Brazil Vs Play-off Group C winners||24 July||Hindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide|
|3.||France Vs Brazil||29 July||Lang Park, Brisbane|
|4.||Play-off Group C winners Vs Jamaica||29 July||Perth Rectangular Stadium, Perth|
|5.||Play-off Group C winners Vs France||2 August||Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney|
|6.||Jamaica Vs Brazil||2 August||Melbourne Rectangular Stadium, Melbourne|
Group G Match Schedule
|1.||Sweden Vs South Africa||23 July||Wellington Regional Stadium, Wellington|
|2.||Italy Vs Argentina||24 July||Eden Park, Auckland|
|3.||Argentina Vs South Africa||28 July||Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin|
|4.||Sweden Vs Italy||29 July||Wellington Regional Stadium, Wellington|
|5.||Argentina Vs Sweden||2 August||Waikato Stadium, Hamilton|
|6.||South Africa Vs Italy||2 August||Wellington Regional Stadium, Wellington|
Group H Match Schedule
|1.||Germany Vs Morocco||24 July||Melbourne Rectangular Stadium, Melbourne|
|2.||Colombia Vs South Korea||25 July||Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney|
|3.||South Korea Vs Morocco||30 July||Hindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide|
|4.||Germany Vs Colombia||30 July||Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney|
|5.||South Korea Vs Germany||3 August||Lang Park, Brisbane|
|6.||Morocco Vs Colombia||3 August||Perth Rectangular Stadium, Perth|
FIFA Womens World Cup 2023 Schedule Of Round Of Matches
After the finish of Group Stage matches, the Round of matches begins, so here we are sharing the Round of matches schedule of the women’s football world cup.
|Aug 5||WINNERS OF GROUP A vs RUNNERS-UP OF GROUP C||Eden Park, Auckland|
|Aug 6||WINNERS OF GROUP E vs RUNNERS-UP OF GROUP G||Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney|
|Aug 5||WINNERS OF GROUP C vs RUNNERS-UP OF GROUP A||Wellington Regional Stadium, Wellington|
|Aug 6||WINNERS OF GROUP G vs RUNNERS-UP OF GROUP E||Melbourne Rectangular Stadium, Melbourne|
|Aug 7||WINNERS OF GROUP B vs RUNNERS-UP OF GROUP D||Stadium Australia (Accor Stadium)|
|Aug 8||WINNERS OF GROUP F vs RUNNERS-UP OF GROUP H||Hindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide|
|Aug 7||WINNERS OF GROUP D VS RUNNERS-UP OF GROUP B||Lang Park, Brisbane|
|Aug 8||WINNERS OF GROUP H vs RUNNERS-UP OF GROUP F||Melbourne Rectangular Stadium, Melbourne|
FIFA Womens World Cup 2023 Schedule Of Quarter-Final Matches
When the Round of matches will finish the qualified teams will compete in Quarterfinal matches that will begin on 11 August.
|Aug 11||WINNERS MATCH 49 vs WINNER MATCH 51||Wellington Regional Stadium, Wellington|
|Aug 11||WINNERS MATCH 50 vs WINNER MATCH 52||Eden Park, Auckland|
|Aug 12||WINNERS MATCH 53 vs WINNER MATCH 55||Lang Park, Brisbane|
|Aug 12||WINNERS MATCH 54 vs WINNER MATCH 56||Stadium Australia (Accor Stadium)|
FIFA Womens World Cup 2023 Schedule Of Semi-Final Matches
The winning teams of the Quarterfinal will compete in the Semi-finals. There will be two semifinal matches between four teams.
|Aug 15||WINNERS MATCH 57 vs WINNER MATCH 58||Eden Park, Auckland|
|Aug 16||WINNERS MATCH 59 vs WINNER MATCH 60||Stadium Australia (Accor Stadium)|
FIFA Womens World Cup 2023 Schedule Of Final Match
Two teams who will win in the semifinal match will compete in the final of Women’s football world cup 2023 which will be held on 20 August 2023.
|Aug 20||WINNERS MATCH 61 vs WINNER MATCH 62||Stadium Australia (Accor Stadium)|
For the selection of the second runner-up team or third Playoff team there will be another match between the losing teams of the semi-finals and the third Playoff match will be held on 19 August.
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FIFA Womens World Cup 2023 Sponsors
There are many popular brands that will sponsor the Women’s Football World Cup and some are partners for the same. So here we are sharing FIFA Womens World Cup 2023 sponsors and partners.
|FIFA partners||FIFA Women’s World Cup partners||FIFA Women’s World Cup sponsors|
Apart from these, CommBank (Common Wealth Bank) officially announced that they will support as the FIFA Womens World Cup 2023 sponsors.
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The 9th edition of the FIFA Women’s World Cup competition will be held this year from July to August. The best part of this world cup is that it is completely separated from the men’s FIFA world cup. We can see this world cup as a sign of a boost in women’s game year by year.
In this article, we have shared major topics including FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023, FIFA Women’s World Cup History, FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 Schedule, FIFA Womens World Cup 2023 Sponsors, FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 Qualified Teams, etc.
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Who will host FIFA Women’s World Cup in 2023?
Australia and New Zealand will host FIFA Women’s World Cup in 2023 togetherly.
What date is Women’s World Cup 2023?
FIFA Women’s World Cup in 2023 schedule is set for 20 July – 20 August 2023.