Five Australian cities and four in Original Zealand will host fits at the Females’s World Cup in 2023, with the tournament kicking off in Auckland and concluding with the final at Sydney’s Stadium Australia.
FIFA made the host city announcement with the World Cup – the first girls’s edition to feature 32 teams – a tiny bit extra than two years away.
“The appointment of the nine host cities represents a significant milestone for the next FIFA Females’s World Cup 2023, as well to for gamers and football fans throughout Australia, Original Zealand and throughout the arena,” FIFA president Gianni Infantino acknowledged.
Of the 10 stadiums named to host the 64 fits, two will likely be in Sydney – together with the quickly to be performed Sydney Football Stadium – while one has been selected from every of the quite loads of host cities.
The dedication on where the games will likely be played was as soon as made after an eight-month review process attractive every of the 12 candidate cities and 13 stadiums.
Of the 12 bidding cities in Australia and Original Zealand, nine were successful, with Newcastle, Launceston and Christchurch missing out.
The Females’s World Cup in France in 2019 musty nine stadiums.
“The FIFA Females’s World Cup 2023 may perhaps well be the supreme carrying tournament on Australian soil since the Sydney 2000 Olympic Video games, showcasing Australia and Original Zealand to a world target market of over one thousand million other folks,” Football Australia president Chris Nikou acknowledged.
“Today’s announcement of the Host Cities and match venues for the tournament is a significant milestone within the manufacture-up to the next FIFA Females’s World Cup – a tournament that can unite nations, encourage generations, and provide our diverse and multicultural game with the suitable platform to grow over the approaching years.”
Auckland’s Eden Park has been chosen for the tournament opener in July 2023.
“It is far a privilege to co-host the FIFA Females’s World Cup in 2023 with Australia and we maintain about forward to welcoming the arena’s supreme athletes and their supporters to Aotearoa Original Zealand,” Original Zealand Football president Johann Wooden acknowledged.
The host cities and stadiums are:
Adelaide – Hindmarsh Stadium
Auckland – Eden Park
Brisbane – Brisbane Stadium
Dunedin – Dunedin Stadium
Hamilton – Waikato Stadium
Melbourne – Melbourne Rectangular Stadium
Perth – Perth Rectangular Stadium
Sydney – Stadium Australia and Sydney Football Stadium
Wellington – Wellington Stadium