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FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 – News – FIFA announces new CEO of FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023   

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FIFA Women's World Cup 2023™ - News - FIFA announces new CEO of FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™   
  • Dave Beeche appointed to guide FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™ in Australia and New Zealand
  • New CEO to supervise total supply of event in two host nations
  • Appointment follows latest Host Cities announcement and appointment of FIFA Chief Operating Officers earlier this yr

FIFA has as we speak introduced the appointment of the new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) for the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™ in Australia and New Zealand.

With simply over two years to go till the event kicks off, Dave Beeche has been appointed because the new CEO of the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 in Australia and New Zealand from 14 June this yr and can lead the general supply of the event, along with the Chief Operating Officers, Jane Fernandez and Jane Patterson.

Speaking as we speak on his appointment, Dave Beeche, the CEO of the FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023™, mentioned:

“I am honoured and excited to be given the opportunity to lead the delivery of such a significant tournament, especially at a time when there is so much focus globally on the development of women’s sport and, more broadly, the empowerment of women. I look forward to working with both member associations and the Host Cities to not only deliver an outstanding tournament that showcases the world-class talent in women’s football, but leave a lasting positive legacy for women’s sport.”


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Originally from New Zealand, Beeche has an completed monitor document as a CEO in each Australia and New Zealand, with over 15 years’ expertise main excessive-profile industrial and non-revenue organisations within the sports activities, occasions and tourism sectors.

The appointment represents one other important and thrilling step ahead within the preparations for the following FIFA Women’s World Cup and follows the latest announcement {that a} document ten stadiums and 9 Host Cities throughout Australia and New Zealand will host matches in the course of the event.

In his earlier management roles and in depth expertise delivering profitable main sporting occasions in each host nations, Beeche has additionally proven a powerful dedication to inspiring various, excessive-performing and geographically unfold groups in addition to growing feminine leaders in sport. This consists of having labored alongside the present heads of the upcoming girls’s rugby and cricket World Cups when he served because the CEO of the Local Organising Committee for the FIFA U-20 World Cup New Zealand 2015.


FIFA U20 World Cup CEO Dave Beeche and New Zealand musician and NZ Idol Judge Stan Walker (R) stand with school children Kazitoa Farani and Matilda Lako after Stan Walker was announced as an ambassador for the FIFA U20 World Cup

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FIFA Secretary General Fatma Samoura added: “We are delighted to welcome Dave to the FIFA team to head up our newly created offices in Australia and New Zealand. The FIFA Women’s World Cup has gone from strength to strength with new levels being achieved on and off the pitch in France 2019. We are looking to continue this growth and set a new benchmark for this fantastic tournament in 2023 together with our hosts Australia and New Zealand.”

The FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 is the ninth version of the FIFA Women’s World Cup and can happen in Australia and New Zealand from 20 July to twenty August 2023. The event will even be the primary version of the FIFA Women’s World Cup to characteristic 32 groups.

For the newest information and knowledge on the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023, like or observe FIFA‘s social media channels, interact by utilizing the hashtag #FIFAWWC or go to FIFA.com.

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