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The Stadiums of the 2023 Women's World Cup

The Stadiums of the 2023 Women's World Cup

As 2023 comes closer, the excitement for the next edition of the Women's World Cup keeps increasing.

And as part of the customary build-up to any major tournament, looking at the venues is an absolute must.

While stadiums seem to be irrelevant these days due to the pandemic regulations, we are optimistic that things would be much better in two years.

Every nation will be be looking to topple the mighty USA who have won 4 world cups, aking them a firm favourite for glory with sites such as crazyvegas online casino.

So without further ado, let us look at 5 of the best stadiums of the 2023 Women's World Cup.

1. ANZ Stadium

ANZ Stadium has a capacity of approximately 83,000. This stadium is likely to cover all the major phases of the 2023 World Cup including the group stage, knockout matches and the Final.

ANZ Stadium was considered to be the poster venue of the Sydney Olympics in 2000. It hosted the Gold Medal match of the men's football tournament, which attracted a record-breaking crowd.

ANZ Stadium was also the stadium that brought Australia a ticket to the 2006 FIFA World Cup, and hosted the qualifying rounds for the 2010 World Cup, 2014 and 2018 FIFA World Cup.

Moreover, it also hosted the AFC Asian Cup Australia final in 2015, which the Socceroos won.

2. AAMI Park (Melbourne Rectangular Stadium)

AAMI Park was opened in 2010. In terms of its capacity, it can hold 30,000 supporters. It is likely to hold the group fixtures, Round of 16, Quarter-Finals and the 3rd place match of the 2023 Women's World Cup.

It is a rectangular football stadium that is shared by both the football association and the rugby association.

Victoria's football team holds matches in this stadium alongside the Australian Rugby teams.

The doom roof of the AAMI Park makes it comfortable for the players to perform and the fans to enjoy the action.

Historically, it has hosted various knockout fixtures of the AFC Asian Cup Australia in 2015. For now, it is the home venue of Melbourne City.

3. Suncorp Stadium (Lang Park)

Suncorp Stadium has a capacity of almost 52,000 seats.

It is regarded as one of the most formidable rectangular-shaped stadiums down under. It was inaugurated 18 years ago in 2003.

After its opening, Suncorp Stadium is considered the best venue in Queensland for soccer.

It holds various rugby matches being played in the Rugby League. It hosted the Rugby League World Cup in 2008 and 2017.

It also hosted a few matches from the memorable AFC Asian Cup Australia.

Suffice to say it is well versed in hosting international competitions and being an apt venue for these matches.

4. Eden Park

As we move to New Zealand, the co-host of the Women's World Cup, we have to give Eden Park a mention.

The premier sporting venue of New Zealand is the best place for cricket and always gets the crowd going.

In the case of soccer it should be no different as Eden Park is set to host the first game of the tournament and be the launching pad for it to get off to a flying start.

5. HBF Park

HBF Park has a capacity of almost 22,000 seats. It is located near to the Perth City Center and is the home venue of Perth Glory Football Team.

HBF Park has hosted some of Australia's qualifying matches for the 2018 FIFA World Cup and some international games for the Rugby League.

There are chances that a few temporary seats will be integrated within the stadium, which will give the stadium some extra seats and allow more fans to enjoy the action.

Last Word

The venues of the Women's World Cup are sure to bring excitement and delight to soccer fans. Be sure to check out online blackjack whilst you're waiting for the tournament to start!

And as the USA defend their crown, we are in for a spectacle down under that we can not wait for.



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