- Announcement of host cities and venues construct pleasure Down Under
- Australian and New Zealand reactions to 2023 Women’s World Cup milestone
- Nine host cities and ten stadiums throughout the 2 nations will function
The first-ever FIFA Women’s World Cup™ to be held within the southern hemisphere feels a step nearer following the announcement of the Host City and Stadiums that can welcome the world in 2023.
Ten stadiums throughout 9 cities have been revealed early on Friday morning (late Thursday night CET) as Australia and New Zealand put together to welcome the world for the largest soccer match ever to be staged within the area.
From the Opening Match at Auckland’s Eden Park, host to lots of New Zealand’s nice sporting moments, all through to the Final at Sydney’s Stadium Australia, website of the 2000 Olympic Games, the venues will supply a broad style of the most effective of Down Under.
If the response of a few of the gamers and different main figures is any gauge it’s set to be a vastly thrilling occasion.
“As the first co-hosted FIFA Women’s World Cup, the first edition co-hosted between two continents and first to feature 32 teams, I congratulate and welcome the 9 Host Cities. On behalf of FIFA, I look forward to working closely with you and with the whole of Australia and New Zealand,” Gianni Infantino, FIFA President.
“I’ve gone on to play in front of some amazing Aussie crowds and some really cool stadiums in the city (Sydney) and now the rest of the world will get to experience it,” Australia defender Alanna Kennedy.
“To be the nation that welcomes the world to this global event will be very special. As well as showcasing the skills of some of the best players in the world and providing great entertainment, these matches can make a positive and lasting change to the women’s game. This tournament can inspire and encourage more women to get involved as players, coaches, match officials and administrators,” Hon Grant Robertson, New Zealand Sport and Recreation Minister.