2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup


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2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup.

The FIFA Women’s World Cup is a professional association football tournament contested by senior women’s national football teams, organised by FIFA.The tournament, held every four years and one year after the men’s World Cup, was first played in 1991 in China, and has since been expanded to 32 teams following the 2023 edition. The tournament is contested with eight round-robin groups followed by a knockout round for 16 teams. The defending champions are the United States, who defeated the Netherlands 2–0 in the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup Final.The event is scheduled to take place over a period of a month, from 20 July to 20 August in Australia and New Zealand. This Women’s World Cup is the first co-hosted tournament, and also the first seniors World Cup to be held across multiple confederations. In addition, it is the first seniors tournament to be held in Oceania, the first Women’s World Cup in the Southern Hemisphere, and the third to be held in the Asia-Pacific region.