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FIFA World Cup Brackets Women’s 2023 Printable & Fixtures

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Brackets of 2023

Bracket of 2023 FIFA Women’s
Thursday, July 20ANew Zealand vs. NorwayEden Park, Auckland7 p.m. local / 3 a.m. ET / 8 a.m. UK
BAustralia vs. Republic of IrelandSydney Football Stadium8 p.m. local / 6 a.m. ET / 11 a.m. UK
Friday, July 21BNigeria vs. CanadaMelbourne Rectangular12.30 p.m. local / 10.30 p.m. ET [Thursday] / 3.30 a.m. UK
APhilippines vs. SwitzerlandForsyth Barr, Dunedin5 p.m. local / 1 a.m. ET / 6 a.m. UK
CSpain vs. Costa RicaWellington Regional7.30 p.m. local / 3.30 a.m. ET / 8.30 a.m. UK
Saturday, July 22EUnited States vs. VietnamEden Park, Auckland1 p.m. local / 9 p.m. ET [Friday] / 2 a.m. UK
CZambia vs. JapanWaikato, Hamilton7 p.m. local / 3 a.m. ET / 8 a.m. UK
DEngland vs. HaitiLang Park, Brisbane7.30 p.m. local / 5.30 a.m. ET / 10.30 a.m. UK
DDenmark vs. ChinaPerth Rectangular8 p.m. local / 8 a.m. ET / 1 p.m. UK
Sunday, July 23ENetherlands vs. PortugalForsyth Barr, Dunedin7.30 p.m. local / 3.30 a.m. ET / 8.30 a.m. UK
FFrance vs. JamaicaSydney Football Stadium8 p.m. local / 6 a.m. ET / 11 a.m. UK
GSweden vs. South AfricaWellington Regional5 p.m. local / 1 a.m. ET / 6 a.m. UK
Monday, July 24GItaly vs. ArgentinaEden Park, Auckland7 p.m. local / 2 a.m. ET / 7 a.m. UK
HGermany vs. MoroccoMelbourne Rectangular6.30 p.m. local / 4.30 a.m. ET / 9.30 a.m. UK
FBrazil vs. PanamaHindmarsh, Adelaide8.30 p.m. local / 7 a.m. ET / 12 p.m. UK
Tuesday, July 25HColombia vs. South KoreaSydney Football Stadium12 p.m. local / 10 p.m. ET [Monday] / 3 a.m. UK
ANew Zealand vs. PhilippinesWellington Regional5.30 p.m. local / 1.30
Wed, July 26Waikato, HamiltonForsyth Barr, DunedinEden Park, AucklandPerth Rectangular
8 p.m. local5 p.m. local7.30 p.m. local8 p.m. local
4 a.m. ET1 a.m. ET3.30 a.m. ET8 a.m. UK
9 a.m. UK6 a.m. UK8.30 a.m. UK
Thu, July 27
Group EWellington Regional
United States vs. Netherlands
1 p.m. local
9 p.m. ET [Wednesday]
2 a.m. UK
Group CForsyth Barr, DunedinEden Park, Auckland
Japan vs. Costa Rica5 p.m. local
Spain vs. Zambia7.30 p.m. local
Group BPerth Rectangular
Canada vs. Republic of Ireland8 p.m. local
3.30 a.m. ET
8.30 a.m. UK
Fri, July 28Forsyth Barr, DunedinHindmarsh, Adelaide
Argentina vs. South Africa12 p.m. local
8 p.m. ET [Thursday]
1 a.m. UK
Group DSydney Football Stadium
England vs. Denmark6.30 p.m. local
China vs. Haiti8.30 p.m. local
4.30 a.m. ET7 a.m. ET
9.30 a.m. UK12 p.m. UK
Sat, July 29Wellington RegionalLang Park, BrisbanePerth Rectangular
Sweden vs. Italy7.30 p.m. local
France vs. Brazil8 p.m. local
Panama vs. Jamaica8.30 p.m. local
3.30 a.m. ET6 a.m. ET8.30 a.m. ET
8.30 a.m. UK11 a.m. UK
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FIFA Women’s 2023 BRACKET – ROUND OF 16

DateMatchTeamsVenueTime (local/ET/UK)
Friday, Aug. 549Winners of Group A vs. Runners-up of Group CEden Park, Auckland5 p.m. / 1 a.m. / 6 a.m.
Friday, Aug. 550Winners of Group C vs. Runners-up of Group AWellington Regional8 p.m. / 4 a.m. / 9 a.m.
Saturday, Aug. 651Winners of Group E vs. Runners-up of Group GSydney Football Stadium12 p.m. / 10 p.m. (Monday) / 3 a.m.
Saturday, Aug. 652Winners of Group G vs. Runners-up of Group EMelbourne Rectangular7 p.m. / 5 a.m. / 10 a.m.
Sunday, Aug. 753Winners of Group B vs. Runners-up of Group DStadium Australia, Sydney8.30 p.m. / 3.30 a.m. / 8.30 a.m.
Sunday, Aug. 754Winners of Group D vs. Runners-up of Group BLang Park, Brisbane5.30 p.m. / 6.30 a.m. / 11.30 a.m.
Monday, Aug. 855Winners of Group F vs. Runners-up of Group HHindmarsh, Adelaide8.30 p.m. / 4 a.m. / 9 a.m.
Monday, Aug. 856Winners of Group H vs. Runners-up of Group FMelbourne Rectangular6 p.m. / 7 a.m. / 12 p.m.
Thursday, Aug. 1157Winners of 49 vs. Winners of 51Wellington Regional1 p.m. / 9 p.m. (Friday) / 2 a.m.
Thursday, Aug. 1158Winners of 50 vs. Winners of 52Eden Park, Auckland7.30 p.m. / 3.30 a.m. / 8.30 a.m.
Friday, Aug. 1259Winners of 53 vs. Winners of 55Lang Park, Brisbane5 p.m. / 3 a.m. / 8 a.m.
Friday, Aug. 1260Winners of 54 vs. Winners of 56Stadium Australia, Sydney8.30 p.m. / 6.30 a.m. / 11.30 a.m.
Monday, Aug. 1561Winners of 57 vs. Winners of 58Eden Park, Auckland8 p.m. / 4 a.m. / 9 a.m.
Tuesday, Aug. 1662Winners of 59 vs. Winners of 60Stadium Australia, Sydney8 p.m. / 6 a.m. / 11 a.m.
Friday, Aug. 1963Losers of 61 vs. Losers of 62Lang Park, Brisbane6 p.m.
FIFA Women’s 2023 BRACKET – ROUND OF 16

When is the Womans World Cup

We are delighted to inform you that the highly-awaited match schedule for the ninth edition of the FIFA Woman World Cup, which will be co-host by Australia and New Zealand in 2023, has been officially announced. That schedule consists of 64 fixtures that will showcase the world’s top womans soccer teams competing for the prestigious title.

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Hosted Womans Tournament

The first-ever co-hosted womans tournament will kick off on July 20, 2023, with the opening match and ceremony taking place at Auckland’s Eden Park in New Zealand. The tournament will culminate in the final match, schedule to be held on August 20, 2023, at Stadium Australia in Sydney, Australia.

Ten Stadiums Serving as Venues

The tournament will be play across nine host cities in Australia and New Zealand, with ten stadiums serving as venues. The opening match of Group A will feature New Zealand’s Football Ferns at Eden Park, while Australia’s Matildas will enter the tournament in Group B at the Sydney Football Stadium.

New Zealand will host five additional matches in Auckland, seven in Wellington, six in Dunedin, and five in Hamilton, while Australia will host six group-stage fixtures at the Sydney Football Stadium, five in Perth and Brisbane, and four each in Melbourne and Adelaide.

First Tournament

The round-of-16 matches are set to take place from August 5-8, with Stadium Australia hosting its first match of the tournament. Five matches will be play in Australia, and the remaining two will be host in New Zealand at Auckland and Wellington.

Semi-Final Match

Quarter-finals will be split between the two hosts, with matches taking place in Auckland, Brisbane, Wellington, and Sydney. Each host country will also host one semi-final, with Eden Park hosting the semi-final match for New Zealand and Stadium Australia for Australia. That match for third place will be held at Brisbane Stadium, Australia.

FIFA Secretary General Fatma Samoura express excitement about the announcement, stating that the match schedule adds to the tournament’s excitement. Australia’s Minister for Sport Richard Colbeck express pride in the opportunity to host 35 matches, including the final, while New Zealand’s Minister for Sport and Recreation Grant Robertson highlight the equal share of group-stage matches with Australia.

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Further information about the tournament can be found at the FIFA Woman World Cup Australia and New Zealand website. The pairings and kick-off times for each fixture will be release after the draw, which will be confirm at a later date.

When is Womens World Cup 2023

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The Women’s World Cup 2023 is scheduled to take place from July 20 to August 20, 2023, in Australia and New Zealand.

When is the Next Womens World Cup

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Next Womens World Cup is is Start on July 20/8/2023 In Australia

FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 Stadiums Australia & New Zealand

The FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 is set to take place in Australia and New Zealand, with ten stadiums select to host the tournament. The selection of stadiums for the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 was base on a number of factors, including capacity, infrastructure, and location. In this article, we will take a closer look at each of the ten stadiums chosen to host the tournament, their unique features, and their histories in hosting major sporting events.

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Allianz Stadium Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney, Australia

The Allianz Sydney Football Stadium, locate in the heart of Sydney, has a seating capacity of 42,512 and is the home of several Australian soccer teams. The stadium has undergone extensive renovations to ensure that it is ready to host the world’s top teams and players. The state-of-the-art facilities include a new playing surface, upgrade lighting, and modern broadcast technology. The stadium has a rich history of hosting major sporting events, including the 2000 Summer Olympics and the 2003 Rugby World Cup.

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ANZ Stadium Australia, Sydney, Australia

Stadium Australia, also known as ANZ Stadium, is one of the largest stadiums in Australia with a seating capacity of 70,000. Originally built for the 2000 Sydney Olympics, it has also host major sporting events such as the 2015 AFC Asian Cup Final, the 2003 Rugby World Cup, and the 2013 British and Irish Lions rugby tour. The stadium underwent major renovations in 2019 to improve spectator amenities and upgrade broadcast technology, making it an ideal venue for the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023.

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FIFA 2023 Brisbane Stadium, Brisbane, Australia

Brisbane Stadium, Brisbane, Australia

The newly built Brisbane Stadium has a seating capacity of 52,263 and features state-of-the-art facilities for players and spectators alike. The stadium is locate in the heart of Brisbane and will be one of the venues for the opening match of the tournament. The stadium’s design is inspire by the nearby Brisbane River, with its undulating roof design to represent the waves of the river. The stadium has already host major events such as the 2019 NRL Grand Final and will be a fantastic addition to the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023.

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Perth Rectangular Stadium, Perth, Australia

The Perth Rectangular Stadium, also known as HBF Park, has a seating capacity of 22,225 and is known for its stunning views of the city skyline. The stadium is home to several local soccer teams and has host major sporting events in the past, including the 2015 AFC Asian Cup. The stadium underwent major renovations in 2013, including the installation of new seating, upgrade lighting, and a new playing surface, making it an ideal venue for the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023.

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Hindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide, Australia

FIFA World Cup 2023 Women’s Venue Australia

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The FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 Venue is one of the most anticipate events in the world of soccer. Schedule to take place in Australia and New Zealand, this tournament promises to be a truly global event, with teams from all over the world competing for the covet trophy. While the teams and players will undoubtedly be the focus of attention, the venue for the tournament is also an important factor in ensuring its success. In this article, we will explore the venue for the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 and what they have to offer.

Tournament will be Host

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The tournament will be host by both Australia and New Zealand, and a total of ten venue will be use to host the matches. Six of these venue are in Australia, while the remaining four are in New Zealand. Let’s take a closer look at each of the venue and what makes them unique.

In Australia, the venues for the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 are:

  1. Sydney Football Stadium: Locate in the heart of Sydney, this stadium has a capacity of 42,512 and is home to several Australian soccer teams. It has undergone extensive renovations to ensure that it is ready to host the world’s top teams and players.
  2. Stadium Australia: Originally built for the 2000 Sydney Olympics, this stadium has a capacity of 70,000 and is one of the largest in Australia. It has also host major soccer events in the past, including the 2015 AFC Asian Cup Final.
  3. Brisbane Stadium: This newly built stadium in Brisbane has a capacity of 52,263 and features state-of-the-art facilities for players and spectators alike. It will be one of the venue for the opening match of the tournament.
  4. Perth Rectangular Stadium: This stadium in Western Australia has a capacity of 22,225 and is known for its stunning views of the city skyline. It is home to several local soccer teams and has host major soccer events in the past.
  5. Hind marsh Stadium: Locate in Adelaide, this stadium has a capacity of 16,500 and is home to the Adelaide United soccer team. It has been upgrade to meet the requirements of the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 and will host several matches during the tournament.
  6. McDonald Jones Stadium: This stadium in Newcastle has a capacity of 33,000 and is home to the Newcastle Jets soccer team. It has also host major soccer events in the past and will be one of the venue for the tournament.

New Zealand, the venue for the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023

  1. Eden Park: This stadium in Auckland has a capacity of 50,000 and is the largest in New Zealand. It is primarily use for rugby matches but has also host major soccer events in the past.
  2. Wellington Regional Stadium: Locate in the capital city of New Zealand, this stadium has a capacity of 34,500 and is known for its unique design. It has also host major soccer events in the past and will be one of the venue for the tournament.
  3. Waikato Stadium: This stadium in Hamilton has a capacity of 25,800 and is home to the Waikato Chiefs rugby team. It has also host major soccer events in the past and will be one of the venue for the tournament.
  4. Dunedin Stadium: This stadium in Dunedin has a capacity of 28,000 and is known for its picturesque location. It has host several major soccer events in the past and will be one of the venue for the tournament.

Venue has Unique Offer,

Each of these venue has something unique to offer, whether it is a stunning location or state-of-the-art facilities. However, they all share one thing in common: a passion for soccer and a commitment to making the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 a success.

FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 Schedule Australia

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FIFA Womens’s World Cup 2023 Schedule

DateTeam 1Team 2Location
20-07-2022New ZealandvA2Eden Park, Auckland
20-07-2022AustraliavB2Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney
21-07-2022A3vA4Dunedin Stadium, Dunedin
21-07-2022B3vB4Melbourne Rectangular Stadium, Melbourne
21-07-2022C1vC2Wellington Regional Stadium, Wellington
22-07-2022C3vC4Waikato Stadium, Hamilton
22-07-2022D1vD2Brisbane Stadium, Brisbane
22-07-2022D3vD4Perth Rectangular Stadium, Perth
22-07-2022E1vE2Eden Park, Auckland
23-07-2022E3vE4Dunedin Stadium, Dunedin
23-07-2022F1vF2Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney
23-07-2022G1vG2Wellington Regional Stadium, Wellington
24-07-2022F3vF4Hindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide
24-07-2022G3vG4Eden Park, Auckland
24-07-2022H1vH2Melbourne Rectangular Stadium, Melbourne
25-07-2022New ZealandvA3Wellington Regional Stadium, Wellington
25-07-2022A4vA2Waikato Stadium, Hamilton
25-07-2022H3vH4Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney
26-07-2022B4vB2Perth Rectangular Stadium, Perth
26-07-2022C1vC3Eden Park, Auckland
26-07-2022C4vC2Dunedin Stadium, Dunedin
27-07-2022AustraliavB3Brisbane Stadium, Brisbane
27-07-2022E1vE3Wellington Regional Stadium, Wellington
27-07-2022E4vE2Waikato Stadium, Hamilton
28-07-2022D1vD3Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney
28-07-2022D4vD2Hindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide
28-07-2022G4vG2Dunedin Stadium, Dunedin
29-07-2022F1vF3Brisbane Stadium, Brisbane
29-07-2022F4vF2Perth Rectangular Stadium, Perth
29-07-2022G1vG3Wellington Regional Stadium, Wellington
30-07-2022A4vNew ZealandDunedin Stadium, Dunedin
30-07-2022A2vA3Eden Park, Auckland
30-07-2022H1vH3Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney
30-07-2022H4vH2Hindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide
31-07-2022B4vAustraliaMelbourne Rectangular Stadium, Melbourne
31-07-2022B2vB3Brisbane Stadium, Brisbane
31-07-2022C4vC1Wellington Regional Stadium, Wellington
31-07-2022C2vC3Waikato Stadium, Hamilton
01-08-2022D4vD1Hindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide
01-08-2022D2vD3Perth Rectangular Stadium, Perth
01-08-2022E4vE1Eden Park, Auckland
01-08-2022E2vE3Dunedin Stadium, Dunedin
02-08-2022F4vF1Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney
02-08-2022F2vF3Melbourne Rectangular Stadium, Melbourne
02-08-2022G4vG1Waikato Stadium, Hamilton
02-08-2022G2vG3Wellington Regional Stadium, Wellington
03-08-2022H4vH1Brisbane Stadium, Brisbane
03-08-2022H2vH3Perth Rectangular Stadium, Perth
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Round of 16

05-08-2022Winner Group AR16 Match 1Runner-up Group CEden Park, Auckland
05-08-2022Winner Group CR16 Match 2Runner-up Group AWellington Regional Stadium, Wellington
06-08-2022Winner Group ER16 Match 3Runner-up Group GSydney Football Stadium, Sydney
06-08-2022Winner Group GR16 Match 4Runner-up Group EMelbourne Rectangular Stadium, Melbourne
07-08-2022Winner Group BR16 Match 5Runner-up Group DStadium Australia, Sydney
07-08-2022Winner Group DR16 Match 6Runner-up Group BBrisbane Stadium, Brisbane
08-08-2022Winner Group FR16 Match 7Runner-up Group HHindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide
08-08-2022Winner Group HR16 Match 8Runner-up Group FMelbourne Rectangular Stadium, Melbourne
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Quarter finals

11-08-2022Winner R16 Match 1Quarter-final AWinner R16 Match 3Wellington Regional Stadium, Wellington
11-08-2022Winner R16 Match 2Quarter-final BWinner R16 Match 4Eden Park, Auckland
12-08-2022Winner R16 Match 5Quarter-final CWinner R16 Match 7Brisbane Stadium, Brisbane
12-08-2022Winner R16 Match 6Quarter-final DWinner R16 Match 8Stadium Australia, Sydney
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Semi Finals

15-08-2022Winner quarter-final ASemi-final IWinner quarter-final BEden Park, Auckland
16-08-2022Winner quarter-final CSemi-final IIWinner quarter-final DStadium Australia, Sydney
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Third place play-off

19-08-2022Loser semi-final IvLoser semi-final IIBrisbane Stadium, Brisbane
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Final

20-08-2022Winner semi-final IvWinner semi-final IIStadium Australia, Sydney
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Team and Qualified team Name

Sr No.Team & Countary NameSr No.Team & Countary Name
1Afghanistan90Kenya
2Albania91Q- Korea Republic
3Algeria92Kosovo
4Angola93Laos
5Anguilla94Latvia
6Antigua and Barbuda95Lebanon
7Argentina96Liberia
8Armenia97Lithuania
9Aruba98Luxembourg
10Q- Australia99Malawi
11Austria100Malaysia
12Azerbaijan101Maldives
13Bahrain102Mali
14Bangladesh103Malta
15Barbados104Mauritania
16Belarus105Mexico
17Belgium106Moldova
18Belize107Mongolia
19Benin108Montenegro
20Bermuda109Morocco
21Bolivia110Mozambique
22Bosnia and Herzegovina111Myanmar
23Botswana112Namibia
24Brazil113Nepal
25British Virgin Islands114Netherlands
26Bulgaria115New Caledonia
27Burkina Faso116Nicaragua
28Burundi117Niger
29Cameroon118Nigeria
30Canada119North Macedonia
31Cayman Islands120Northern Ireland
32Central African Republic121Norway
33Chile122Palestine
34Q- China PR123Panama
35Chinese Taipei124Papua New Guinea
36Colombia125Paraguay
37Congo126Peru
38Congo DR127Q- Philippines
39Cook Islands128Poland
40Costa Rica129Portugal
41Croatia130Puerto Rico
42Cuba131Republic of Ireland
43Curacao132Romania
44Cyprus133Russia
45Czech Republic134Rwanda
46Côte d’Ivoire135Samoa
47Q- Denmark136Sao Tome e Principe
48Djibouti137Scotland
49Dominica138Senegal
50Dominican Republic139Serbia
51Ecuador140Sierra Leone
52Egypt141Singapore
53El Salvador142Slovakia
54England143Slovenia
55Equatorial Guinea144Solomon Islands
56Eritrea145South Africa
57Estonia146South Sudan
58Ethiopia147Q- Spain
59Faroe Islands148St. Kitts and Nevis
60Fiji149St. Vincent / Grenadines
61Finland150Sudan
62Q- France151Suriname
63Gabon152Swaziland
64Gambia153Q- Sweden
65Georgia154Switzerland
66Germany155Tahiti
67Ghana156Tajikistan
68Greece157Tanzania
69Grenada158Thailand
70Guam159Togo
71Guatemala160Tonga
72Guinea161Trinidad and Tobago
73Guinea-Bissau162Tunisia
74Guyana163Turkey
75Haiti164Turks and Caicos Islands
76Honduras165US Virgin Islands
77Hong Kong166USA
78Hungary167Uganda
79Iceland168Ukraine
80India169United Arab Emirates
81Indonesia170Uruguay
82Iran171Uzbekistan
83Iraq172Vanuatu
84Israel173Venezuela
85Italy174Q-Vietnam
86Jamaica175Wales
87Q- Japan176Zambia
88Jordan177Zimbabwe
89Kazakhstan
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FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023

The FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 is set to be one of the most highly anticipate events in the world of sports. The tournament, which will be host by Australia and New Zealand, is expected to draw millions of fans from across the globe. With the tournament just around the corner, it is important for fans to stay up-to-date with the schedule and all the important details surrounding the event.

The tournament will feature 32 teams from around the world, all vying for the chance to be crown world champions. The tournament is set to run from July 20th to August 20th, 2023. The opening match will take place at Auckland’s Eden Park in New Zealand, while the final will be held at Sydney’s Stadium Australia.

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The tournament will be divide into eight groups, with four teams in each group. The group stage matches will be held from July 20th to July 29th, with each team playing three matches. The top two teams from each group will advance to the knockout stage, which will begin on August 3rd.

The knockout stage will be a single-elimination format, with the winners of each match advancing to the next round. The round of 16 matches will be held from August 3rd to August 6th, follow by the quarterfinals on August 10th and 11th. The semifinals will be held on August 17th and 18th, with the final taking place on August 20th.

In addition to the main tournament, there will also be a number of other events and activities taking place throughout the month-long tournament. Fans will have the opportunity to attend Fan Fests, which will be held in cities throughout Australia and New Zealand. These events will feature live music, food and drink vendors, and other entertainment options.

Another exciting aspect of the tournament will be the use of new technology, such as VAR (video assistant referee). This technology will allow officials to review decisions made during the game, such as whether a goal was score or if a penalty should be award.

World Cup 2023 Schedule

In conclusion, the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 is set to be an incredible event, with 32 teams from around the world coming together to compete for the title of world champions. With a month-long schedule pack with exciting matches and events, fans from around the globe will have the opportunity to experience the excitement and passion of this incredible tournament. So mark your calendars, book your tickets, and get ready to witness history in the making.

FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 Tickets Australia

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Single Match Passes Sales for the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023

Great news for football fans! The Second Sale Phase for Single Match Passes for the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™ has now end, and we are excite to announce that the Last-Minute Sales Phase will begin on April 11, 2023, marking the 100-day countdown to the tournament’s kickoff in Auckland/Tāmaki Makaurau and Sydney/Gadigal.

Please note that Single Match Passes are currently off sale, but fans can still plan ahead by checking the full Match Schedule and making a note of the matches they wish to attend. Be sure to mark your calendar for April 11th and get ready to secure your tickets before they sell out!

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FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023

We will be releasing further details about the Last-Minute Sales Phase closer to the date, so we recommend registering your interest in FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 tickets here to receive timely communications about future ticketing opportunities.

With all 32 teams confirm, it’s sure to be an exciting tournament, and we can’t wait to see you there!

The FIFA Women’s World Cup is one of the biggest events in women’s soccer, and fans around the world are eagerly anticipating the upcoming tournament. If you’re one of those fans, you may be wondering how you can get your hands on tickets to see the action in person.

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First, it’s important to note that the tournament is still a few years away. The next FIFA Women’s World Cup is schedule to take place in 2023, with Australia and New Zealand serving as co-hosts. However, planning ahead is key, as tickets for major sporting events like this can sell out quickly.

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Fifa 2023 Tournament

The exact date when tickets for the 2023 tournament will go on sale has not yet been announce, but it’s likely to be several months in advance of the tournament itself. FIFA typically handles ticket sales directly, through their website or a designate ticketing partner. Fans should keep an eye on the official FIFA website and social media channels for updates on when tickets will be available.

Purchase a Reserved Ticket

There are several different types of tickets that may be available for the Women’s World Cup, depending on the venue and the specific match you want to attend. General admission tickets typically provide access to the stadium, but may not guarantee a specific seat. If you want a guaranty seat, you may need to purchase a reserve ticket or a VIP package that includes premium seating and other perks.

Ticket prices can vary widely depending on the location, the level of access, and the popularity of the match. In general, tickets for the Women’s World Cup tend to be less expensive than tickets for the men’s tournament, but prices can still range from a few dozen dollars to several hundred dollars.

For fans traveling from out of town or out of the country, it’s also important to consider other expenses like airfare, accommodations, and transportation. Many host cities will offer special travel packages that include tickets, lodging

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Fifa Women’s World Cup 2023 Revenue

FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 revenue is fast approaching, and there is a lot of excitement surrounding the tournament. As with any major sporting event, one of the key topics of discussion is the revenue generate by the tournament. In this article, we will explore the potential revenue that the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 could generate.

Generate even more Revenue

Firstly, it’s important to note that the FIFA Women’s World Cup has been steadily growing in popularity and revenue over the years. The last edition of the tournament, held in France in 2019, generate a total revenue of $131 million, which was a significant increase from the $73 million generate by the previous edition in Canada in 2015. It’s expect that the 2023 tournament, which will be host by Australia and New Zealand, will continue this trend and generate even more revenue.

Revenue Generate by the Tournament

One of the main factors that will contribute to the revenue generate by the tournament is the number of spectators in attendance. With matches set to take place across both Australia and New Zealand, it’s expect that the tournament will attract a significant number of fans from around the world. The combine capacity of the 9 venues that will be use for the tournament is around 400,000, and it’s expect that most matches will be sold out. The 2019 tournament saw a total attendance of 1.12 million, and it’s likely that the 2023 tournament will surpass this number.

Source of Revenue

Another significant source of revenue for the tournament will be broadcasting rights. The 2019 tournament was broadcast to over 1 billion people around the world, and it’s expect that the 2023 tournament will be even more widely view. With the tournament being host in a favorable time zone for major markets such as Europe and the United States, broadcasters are likely to pay a premium for the rights to broadcast the tournament.

FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 Revenue

In addition to ticket sales and broadcasting rights, the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 is also likely to generate significant revenue from sponsorships and merchandise sales. As the tournament continues to grow in popularity, more and more companies are likely to want to be associate with it. This could result in increase sponsorship deals, as well as more merchandise being sold both online and at the tournament venues.

Increase Popularity of Women’s Soccer

Overall, it’s difficult to predict exactly how much revenue the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 will generate. However, base on the trends from previous tournaments and the increase popularity of women’s soccer venue around the world, it’s safe to say that the tournament has the potential to generate a significant amount of revenue. As the tournament approaches, all eyes will be on Australia and New Zealand to see how successful it will be both on and off the field.

Why 2023 Fifa women’s World Cup could break new ground

FIFA has announce a significant increase in the prize money for the upcoming Women’s World Cup host by Australia and New Zealand. The payout of $110 million is a significant boost from the $30 million award in 2019 and $15 million in 2015. However, it falls short of the $440 million paid out in the 2022 men’s tournament. The organization aims to distribute equal prize money between the two tournaments by the 2027 Women’s World Cup. FIFA also confirm that players will receive the same conditions as the men’s teams did in the last World Cup. This is a positive step towards gender equality in sports.

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Prize Money of women’s World Cup

FIFA President, Gianni Infantino’s has pledge to work towards equality in prize money for the Men’s and Women’s World Cup tournaments. He emphasize the importance of giving women the attention they deserve, especially as a father of four daughters. While equal prize money may not be possible for this year’s tournament, Infantino’s goal is for women’s prize money in 2027 to match that given to men for the 2026 tournament. However, he clarify that this is an ideal, not a promise, and will be difficult to achieve.

Men’s and Women’s Tournaments

Infantino largely blames broadcasters and TV networks for offering significantly less money for the media rights of the women’s tournament, which holds back equal pay. He argues that if viewing figures for men’s and women’s tournaments are similar, pay should reflect this. While FIFA is taking action towards achieving equality, he calls on broadcasters and sponsors to do more in this respect.

This year’s Women’s World Cup will see a total payout of $150 million, with $40 million allocate to preparation and club benefits. The tournament will feature 32 teams, expanding from the 24-team format use in 2019 and 2015, and the 16-team format use in 2011.

Global Professional Players

FIFA, the global professional players’ union representing 65,000 men’s and women’s soccer players worldwide, has also call for equal prize money at the upcoming 2023 Women’s World Cup in a letter to FIFA. The letter also address tournament conditions and guaranty redistributions of the FIFA prize money to players. It’s worth noting that in many countries, women’s national team players do not have contractual agreements with their national federations to receive a portion of the money their team wins.

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Fifa Women’s World Cup 2023 held in Which Country

FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 will be jointly host by two countries, Australia and New Zealand. The decision to award the hosting rights to these two countries was made by the FIFA Council in June 2020, following a competitive bidding process that saw four bids submit.

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WOMEN’S WORLD CUP

This will be the first time that the Women’s World Cup will be host by two countries, and the first time it will be held in the Southern Hemisphere. The tournament is schedule to take place from July 20 to August 20, 2023, and will feature 32 teams from around the world. Matches will be play across 10 cities in the two host countries, with 13 stadiums set to be use for the tournament.

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FIFA WOMEN’S WORLD CUP 2023 HELD IN AUSTRALIA

Women’s World Cup 2023 is one of the most highly anticipate events in women’s soccer, drawing global attention and showcasing some of the best female athletes in the world. In 2023, the tournament will be held in two countries for the first time ever – Australia and New Zealand.

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That decision to award the hosting rights for the 2023 Women’s World Cup to Australia and New Zealand was made by the FIFA Council in June 2020. The bid from these two countries was chosen over those from Brazil, Colombia, and Japan, and the decision was widely celebrate by soccer fans around the world.

SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE

The 2023 Women’s World Cup will mark the first time that the tournament is held in the Southern Hemisphere, and it will also be the first time that the event is host by two countries. This decision reflects the growing popularity of women’s soccer in both Australia and New Zealand, as well as the commitment of both countries to promoting gender equality in sports.

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Tournament is schedule to take place from July 20 to August 20, 2023, and will feature 32 teams from around the world. Matches will be play across 10 cities in the two host countries, with 13 stadiums set to be use for the tournament. The cities hosting matches include Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth, and Auckland, among others.

One of the key benefits of hosting the Women’s World Cup is the opportunity to showcase both countries on a global stage. The tournament is expect to draw thousands of visitors from around the world, who will have the chance to explore the unique cultures and attractions of both Australia and New Zealand. In addition, hosting the tournament will provide an economic boost to the host cities and countries, creating jobs and generating revenue for local businesses.

Promote Gender Equality in FIFA Sports

World Cup is also an important opportunity to promote gender equality in sports and to inspire young girls and women to pursue their dreams of playing soccer at the highest level. By showcasing the talents of female athletes from around the world, the tournament helps to break down barriers and challenge stereotypes about women in sports.

AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND FIFA 2023

Overall, the decision to award the hosting rights for the 2023 Women’s World Cup to Australia and New Zealand is an exciting development for women’s soccer and for sports fans around the world. With the tournament set to take place in just a few short years, soccer enthusiasts and casual fans alike can look forward to an unforgettable event that celebrates the best of women’s soccer and promotes gender equality in sports.