In a little over two years, the best women’s football players from around the world, will travel to Australia and New Zealand to compete in the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup, Connectley News gathered.
After eight months of planning, FIFA officially announced the list of host cities late Wednesday evening which includes 10 stadiums across nine cities.
Sydney, Australia will host matches at both Stadium Australia and Sydney Football Stadium.
Australia and New Zealand are the first-ever co-hosted FIFA Women’s World Cup and both countries have been awarded specific games.
Australia and New Zealand will each host one semi-final while the opening match will take place at Eden Park in Auckland and Sydney’s Stadium Australia will host the final.