The 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup is just around the corner and the excitement for the football tournament epic is ramping up.
A record 32 teams will battle it out from 20 July to 20 August in venues across Australia and New Zealand to be crowned world champions and lift the World Cup trophy.
With already over one million tickets reportedly sold, the ninth edition of the Women’s World Cup is set to be one of the biggest women’s sporting events in history.
The FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 tournament will run from Thursday 20 July to Sunday 20 August.
The final is penned for 20 August and will be hosted at Sydney Olympic Stadium in Australia.
The 2023 Women’s World Cup will be held jointly in venues across Australia and New Zealand.
The two countries received hosting rights for the tournament back in 2020.
A grand total of 64 matches will be played across 10 venues in nine cities split between the two countries.
The first phase of the tournament will consist of a group stage. The 32 teams have been divided up into eight groups of four.