Host Countries

Australia and New Zealand join forces to host the best of women’s football.

Host Countries

Australia and New Zealand join forces to host the best of women’s football.

Two countries.
One game.

The FIFA Women's World Cup 2023™ is jointly hosted by two countries, Australia and New Zealand, and held for the first time in the Southern Hemisphere.

Sydney Opera House

Advance Australia Fair
Australia

Australia is known for its friendly citizens and natural wonders, including the Outback desert and Great Barrier Reef. The coastal regions are dotted with cosmopolitan and diverse urban centres and it's pristine and swimmable beaches, while inland is typified by wide open spaces and immense skies. Australians are renowned for their passion for sports, and the great outdoors, meaning guests can expect an atmospheric tournament, plenty to see and do, and a warm welcome.

Bridge in the harbour

Aotearoa in Action
New Zealand

New Zealand is a land of contrasts – beaches, snow-capped mountains, incredible nature reserves, and trendy youthful cities. This group of pacific islands offers visitors the best of both: lively cities and incredible landscapes. New Zealanders also enjoy a reputation as fierce sportspeople and sports fans, in addition to their friendly hospitality. In addition to the on-pitch action, New Zealand offers visitors the chance to explore glacier-carved mountains, thermal springs, beautiful hikes, beaches and lakes, or a broad range of historic and cultural centres.

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