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Oceaunz is the official ball of the Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand

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LPresented to FIFA ‘Oceaunz’, The official ball on which the match is played Women’s World Cup 2023 of Australia Y New ZealandFrom 20 July to 20 August next.

This is the ninth ball created by German brand adidas for the World Cup. It was delivered to the city’s iconic skyline after a helicopter ride over Sydney to reach Marks Park.

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Its design, according to FIFA, Inspired by the unique natural landscapes of the two host countriess, vast mountains with two visual winks Aotearoa/New Zealand and attachment Australia with Indian Ocean“.

“It’s the ball A celebration of the cultures of both countriess, and includes designs by Aboriginal artist Chern’ee Sutton and Maori artist Fiona Collis. Her art is part of the brand identity for the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023: Unlimited Magnificence.” As the organization points out, its name reflects the union and joint venture of Australia and Aotearoa / New Zealand.

The Oceanus It has the same technology found in Qatar World Cup 2022Provides accurate data from ball They are available to VAR referees in real time.

In conjunction with Player level data and applying Artificial intelligenceConnected ball technology contributes to FIFA’s semi-automatic ball detection system Offside and provides instant feedback to the video jury to help improve decision-making.

Oceaunz, the official ball of the 2023 Australia and New Zealand Women's World Cup

to do Fatma Samoura, FIFA Secretary GeneralIt was created “A Symbolic Official Ball” That is for competition “Reflecting diversity, inclusion and unity – themes most fitting for the first FIFA Women’s World Cup co-hosted by two different nations from different confederations.”

The World Cup will start on that day July 20 with competition between New Zealand Y Norway It contains Eden Park Stadium Auckland, will be played later, on the same day, The Australia-Ireland, The final will be held in Sydney on August 20.

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Fotografía: FIFA.com

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