— Published 1 April 2021

Nine cities and ten stadiums for the 2023 Women’s World Cup

With just over two years to go, the 2023 Women’s FIFA World Cup has taken a new step forward. FIFA has announced the nine host cities and ten stadiums for the global tournament, which will be staged for the first time in two countries, Australia and New Zealand. The competition will take place in Adelaide (Hindmarsh Stadium), Auckland (Eden Park), Brisbane (Brisbane Stadium), Dunedin (Dunedin Stadium), Hamilton (Waikato Stadium), Melbourne (Melbourne Rectangular Stadium), Perth (Perth Rectangular Stadium), Sydney (Stadium Australia and Sydney Football Stadium), and Wellington (Wellington Stadium). In addition to revealing the host cities and stadiums, FIFA also announced that the opening match will take place at Eden Park in Auckland. The final will be played at Stadium Australia in Sydney. Australia and New Zealand will each host a semi-final. The full match schedule will be announced during the year. The Women’s World Cup in 2023 will be the first in history to bring together 32 teams.