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Australia and New Zealand host the 2023 Women’s World Cup

Australia and New Zealand host the 2023 Women's World Cup

The following edition of the World Cup will be held in 2023. FIFA has declared the title of the host nation for another event on Friday. Australia and New Zealand will jointly sponsor the 2023 Women’s World Cup. “It is not only the women’s World Cup,” said FIFA President Gianni Infantino. This is the complete World Cup. Women are half of the overall population which everybody should realize. It’s the 2nd biggest tournament in the world following the Men’s World Cup.’

Brazil and Japan withdrew their titles in the race to host the 2023 Women’s World Cup. Following that, just Colombia was at the struggle with Australia-New Zealand. The South American nation obtained a total of 13 votes. On the other hand, Australia and New Zealand have the chance to function as organizers by acquiring 22 votes from their overall 35 votes.

When Brazil and Japan withdrew from the list of World Cup hosts in June, Colombia remained the only opponents in front of Australia and New Zealand in the Women’s World Cup in Aizen. In the end, Australia and New Zealand got the responsibility of hosting the World Cup, leaving Colombia behind.

For the first time since the 2023 edition, 32 countries will take part in the Women’s World Cup. Where now 24 countries take part. The Women’s World Cup will be held in July-August 2023. The World Cup matches will be held at eight venues in Australia and five in New Zealand.

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