FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™

The children in this photo represent the 32 teams that will play in the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™. The tournament will be jointly hosted by Australia and New Zealand, the first time that the FIFA Women's World Cup will have two host nations, and is scheduled to take place from July 20 to August 20. From Day 1, all eyes will be on the four times winners and current champions, the United States.

The host cities for the tournament will be Sydney, Adelaide and Brisbane in Australia, and Auckland, Wellington, Dunedin and Hamilton in New Zealand.

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The victorious 2019 US Women's World Cup team.

Will the defending champions, once again, win the final, to be played in Sydney, Australia on Sunday, August 20?

New Zealand has just finished hosting the Women's World Cup of rugby and the tournament took the country and supporters by storm. In the final match of the tournament a record crowd for women's rugby of 45,000, roared the Kiwi team to an upset victory against the hot favorites England, who had played 30 international matches leading up to the tournament without a loss.

Now all eyes are turning to next years soccer tournament and the atmosphere in both Australia and New Zealand will be electric.

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Auckland, one of the New Zealand host cities for the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™

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The Sydney Opera House. Sydney is one of the Australia host cities for the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™.

Here at New Zealand Vacations we're already receiving enquiries from fans who want to enjoy the tournament and the opportunity to explore Australia and New Zealand at the same time.

If you have an interest in visiting, contact us for some ideas and suggestions for a personal itinerary that will make the most of your visit.


Lindsay Barron

Lindsay Barron • Nov 17, 2022