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2023 Women's World Cup heads Down Under

2023 Women's World Cup heads Down Under

Monday 29th June 2020

The 2023 World Cup will be played in Australia and New Zealand after the joint bid beat off competition from Colombia, Japan and Brazil.

The tournament will expand to 32 teams from 2023 and is the first ever Women's World Cup to be played in the Southern hemisphere.

13 stadiums have been shortlisted in 12 host cities, with at least 5 guaranteed in each country. The shortlisted stadiums are:

Australia:

  • Stadium Australia, Sydney
  • Sydney Football Stadium
  • Melbourne Rectangular Stadium
  • Brisbane Stadium
  • Perth Rectangular Stadium
  • Hindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide
  • Newcastle Stadium
  • York Park, Tasmania

New Zealand:

  • Eden Park, Auckland
  • Wellington Stadium
  • Christchurch Stadium
  • Waikato Stadium, Hamilton
  • Dunedin Stadium

About the Author: Rob Clarkson

Rob is the owner of footballgroundmap.com. A Sheffield United fan and father of two, Rob loves nothing more than a good game of football whether that's watching the Blades or one his local non-League teams. He's somewhat of a traditionalist, preferring the older grounds to newer purpose-built ones.

Away from this website, Rob works as an Ecommerce Development Project Manager for one of the UK's largest clothing retailers.

Sheffield United supporter • 105 grounds visited • 57/92


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