2023 Women's World Cup
The location of the 2023 Women's World Cup will be announced in the Summer of 2020. The countries in the running to host the 2023 Women's World Cup are Australia/New Zealand (joint bid), Brazil, Colombia and Japan.
The '23 WWC will kick-off in June 2023 and run with group round matches. The Semifinals matches and Finals will be played near the conclusion of the tournament in July 2023. The 2019 Women's World Cup is being played in France and won by the United States Women's National Team.
Women's World Cup Soccer Tickets
The FIFA Women's World Cup is one of the most celebrated events in the world. The Women's World Cup was founded in 1991 and is played every four years at a rotating host country. Twenty-four of the top national teams in the world descend upon the host country, with hopes of bringing a World Cup title back to their country. The format is similar to the Men's World Cup, in that qualifying teams are broken up into groups, where each team plays a round robin schedule to determine knockout participants. The two teams from each group advance to the knockout round, where it is a single elimination tournament. The winning teams face off in the Women's World Cup Final.