The Women’s World Cup will be held on the continent next year. Know the details of the competition.
The ninth edition of the Women’s World Cup will be held in 2023 and will be held in Australia and New Zealand. This is the first time it has been performed in Oceania, which has yet to happen in its male version.
In addition, this will be the first time that there will be 32 participating teams after FIFA decided to expand the tournament from the previous 24. This would allow more teams to reach their first or second participation in the World Cup, with the major continental powers not in danger of losing their usual place.
Secondly, The tournament will begin on July 20, 2023 with respective matches for both local teams. The World Cup will be held till August 20, when the cup final will be held.
How are quotas for the World Cup divided?
- AFC: 6 seats
- CAF: 4 seats
- Concacaf: 4 seats
- Conmebol: 3 places
- OFC: 1 slot
- UEFA: 11 seats
- Intercontinental Refuge: 3 places
Significant Australia and New Zealand will directly take the quota allocated to their federationsAFC and OFC respectively.
There are quotas to participate Intercontinental Refuge:
- AFC: 2 places
- CAF: 2 places
- Concacaf: 2 places
- Conmebol: 2 places
- OFC: 1 slot
- UEFA: 1 Allocation.
So far, the list of 22 ads in 32 participating countries:
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