With just days to go until the FIFA Council votes to decide the location of the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™, Prime Minister Scott Morrison of Australia and Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern of New Zealand have come together to support their nations’ historic joint bid to host the world’s largest women’s sporting event. In a joint letter to the FIFA Council, they said:
After a long period testing and analysing the best way to calculate the FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking, a new model took effect in August 2018 after approval by the FIFA Council. Australia – New Zealand 2023 to host ground-breaking FIFA NZF President and FIFA Council Member, Johanna Wood, believes Australia-New Zealand will deliver a tournament the likes of which has not been seen before: “Australia and New Zealand will not only host a FIFA Women’s World Cup™ that is the largest tournament ever run, but it will also be a catalyst for ensuring the development of women’s FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup 2020™ - News - New Zealand to
FIFA said Australia-New Zealand scored 4.1 points from a maximum five in evaluating its project plan for the first 32-team women’s tournament. Japan scored 3.9 and Colombia trailed with 2.8
New Zealand at the FIFA Confederations Cup - Wikipedia The New Zealand national football team has represented New Zealand at the FIFA Confederations Cup on four occasions in 1999, 2003, 2009 and 2017. 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup - Wikipedia The 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup (Māori: 2023 FIFA Wāhine O Te Ao) is the 9th edition of the FIFA Women's World Cup, the quadrennial world championship for women's national football teams organised by FIFA.The tournament will be jointly hosted by Australia and New Zealand, during a reserved period in the FIFA Women's International Match Calendar between 10 July and 20 August 2023.
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Jun 25, 2020 · FIFA announced today that Football Federation Australia (FFA) and New Zealand Football (NZF) have been awarded the rights to host the first 32-team FIFA Women’s World Cup in 2023.