Tag: 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup™

FIFA women 2023 show sustainability strategy

FIFA 2023 Womens WC sustainability strategy

The sustainability strategy for the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™ is aligned with FIFA’s longstanding sustainability framework and ambitions, as well as with the social, economic and environmental priorities in Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand (current Māori-language name for New Zealand).... » Read more

New Zealand bags 29 FIFA World Cup™ games

2023 FIFA Womens WC schedule released

The 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup™ is coming to the Oceanian countries – Australia and New Zealand – out of which the Kiwis will get a total of 29 games split between four stadiums. The ‘RNZ’ stated that each country gets an equal share of group matches with four groups based on... » Read more

Eden Park spruce-up ahead of showpiece events

New Zealand Eden Park with government backing

Ahead of hosting three women’s World Cup events, the New Zealand Government has allocated an initial NZ$7.3m (£3.8m/€4.2m/$4.8m) to give a shot in the arm to the country’s sports facilities. Sports Minister Grant Robertson gave out details of the first major release of funding, NZ$80m, from... » Read more

Australia, Kiwis land FIFA Women’s World Cup™

FIFA Women World Cup 2023 decision

The 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup™ promises to be eventful at multiple levels. On June 25th it was announced that Australia and New Zealand will stage the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup™. This means that this edition of the Women’s World Cup will be the first in the Southern Hemisphere,... » Read more