FIFA has opened an invite to tender (ITT) for the media rights in the Netherlands to the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™. The 2023 version of the occasion will probably be co-hosted by Australia and New Zealand and can happen from 20 July to 20 August 2023.
The tender process will permit FIFA to choose the media firms which might be finest positioned to obtain FIFA’s targets of offering most publicity for the match and providing followers in the Netherlands a excessive-high quality viewing expertise.
Since its inception in 1991, the FIFA Women’s World Cup™ has grown exponentially to declare the crown of the most-watched single-sport occasion for girls globally with the most up-to-date version – France 2019 – attracting a document viewers of over 1.1 billion viewers, and smashing home viewing figures in many territories. The 2019 version of the match loved extraordinarily sturdy success in the Netherlands, culminating in the last between the Dutch nationwide group and the USA, which was adopted by round 5.5 million viewers (with 88% viewers market share).
Following the wonderful success of the 2019 occasion, the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™ will probably be the first version of the match to function 32 groups (beforehand 24) following the choice by FIFA to develop the match to speed up the development of the girls’s sport.
Earlier this 12 months, FIFA introduced the 9 Host Cities and 10 stadiums in Australia and New Zealand the place matches will probably be performed throughout the match. Eden Park in Auckland will host the opening match of the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™, with Stadium Australia in Sydney chosen to host the Final.
Media firms or organisations wishing to take part in the tender processes can request the ITT by e-mail. Interested events ought to contact Netherlands-Media-Rights@fifa.org. Submissions to FIFA should be obtained by 10:00 CEST on Tuesday, 6 July 2021.
Through the sale of media rights for its soccer tournaments, FIFA generates earnings which is crucial to assist and develop soccer round the world, for occasion by way of the FIFA Forward Football Development Programme.