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A complete guide to the Women’s World Cup 2023

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Are you ready to celebrate the Women’s World Cup 2023? Unisport have created an extensive Women's World Cup 2023 guide to provide you with the answers to all the important questions around the tournament. Continue reading and become an expert in the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023.

When is the Women's World Cup 2023?

The tournament runs from July 20 to August 20.

Where is the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup?

The Women’s World Cup 2023 will be played in Australia and New Zealand.

Fun fact: It is the first-ever co-hosted Women’s World Cup to be held.

Who is playing in the opening match at the Women's World Cup 2023?

New Zealand vs. Norway.

Who one the last Women’s World Cup?

The United States won the last Women’s World Cup in 2019.

The final was played in France at Parc Olympique Lyonnais

Who are favorites to win the Women's World Cup 2023?

According to various bookmakers, Brazil are the favorites to lift the trophy.

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

In total 29 countries have currently guaranteed their places in the finals.

  • Australia (co-host)
  • New Zealand (co-host)
  • China (AFC)
  • Japan (AFC)
  • Philippines (AFC)
  • South Korea (AFC)
  • Vietnam (AFC)
  • Morocco (CAF)
  • Nigeria (CAF)
  • South Africa (CAF)
  • Zambia (CAF)
  • Canada (CONCACAF)
  • Costa Rica (CONCACAF)
  • Jamaica (CONCACAF)
  • United States (CONCACAF)
  • Argentina (CONMEBOL)
  • Brazil (CONMEBOL)
  • Colombia (CONMEBOL)
  • Denmark (UEFA)
  • England (UEFA)
  • France (UEFA)
  • Germany (UEFA)
  • Italy (UEFA)
  • Netherlands (UEFA)
  • Norway (UEFA)
  • Republic of Ireland (UEFA)
  • Spain (UEFA)
  • Sweden (UEFA)
  • Switzerland (UEFA)

10 teams will compete for the last 3 spots at the interconfederation play-off tournament.

    What groups are in the 2023 Women’s World Cup?

    Group A

  • New Zealand
  • Norway
  • Philippines
  • Switzerland
  • Group B

  • Australia
  • Republic of Ireland
  • Nigeria
  • Canada
  • Group C

  • Spain
  • Costa Rica
  • Zambia
  • Japan
  • Group D

  • England
  • Group B play-off winner
  • Denmark
  • China
  • Group E

  • USA
  • Vietnam
  • The Netherlands
  • Group A play-off winner
  • Group F

  • France
  • Jamaica
  • Brazil
  • Group C play-off winner
  • Group G

  • Sweden
  • South Africa
  • Italy
  • Argentina
  • Group H

  • Germany
  • Morocco
  • Columbia
  • Korea Republic
  • What are the venues for the 2023 Women’s World Cup?

    Venues in Australia

  • Sydney - Accor Stadium and Allianz Stadium
  • Brisbane - Suncorp Stadium
  • Melbourne - AAMI Park
  • Perth - HBF Park
  • Adelaide - Hindmarsh Stadium
  • Venues in New Zealand

  • Auckland - Eden Park
  • Wellington - Sky Stadium
  • Dunedin - Forsyth Barr Stadium
  • Hamilton - Waikato Stadium
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