FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 Bracket | Everything you need to know about the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023

Women's World Cup 2023 Bracket
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The 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup is set to be the biggest Women’s football tournament, In addition, This tournament will be the first to feature the expanded format of 32 teams from the previous 24, competing across 64 games, Here you get to know about the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 Bracket and everything you need to know about the tournament. You can also download the World Cup Bracket in pdf, image and printable version here :

FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 Printable Bracket

FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 Bracket

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Everything you need to know about the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023

Below are the important information and details you need to know before you plan to watch or attend the game venue :

When and Where is the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 ?

The FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 is scheduled to take place from 20 July to 20 August 2023 and it will be co-hosted by Australia and New Zealand. This is the first time that the tournament will have two host nation and to be held across several confederations.

FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 Teams

For the first time in the history of the tournament, 32 nations will compete in the Women’s World Cup for the first time. The FIFA Women’s World Cup was first held as a 12-team tournament in 1991, it was later expanded to 16 nations at the 1999 edition which was held in the USA and further expanded to include 24 countries at the Canada 2015 edition.

Women’s World Cup 2023 Groups

32 teams are competing in the tournament, they’re divided into 8 groups with each consisting of 4 teams.


Final list of Teams who are going to play in the FIFA Women’s World Cup in Australia & New Zealand:

  • Group A: New Zealand, Norway, Philippines, Switzerland
  • Group B: Australia, Republic of Ireland, Nigeria, Canada
  • Group C: Spain, Costa Rica, Zambia, Japan
  • Group D: England, Playoff winner Group B, Denmark, China
  • Group E: USA, Vietnam, Netherlands, Playoff winner Group A
  • Group F: France, Jamaica, Brazil, Playoff winner Group C
  • Group G: Sweden, South Africa, Italy, Argentina
  • Group H: Germany, Morocco, Colombia, Korea Republic

Teams Qualified for FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 in Australia & New Zealand

The 2023 Women’s World Cup is just few months away with more teams than ever before set to compete. The tournament will be the first to feature the expanded format of 32 teams with a record-high 64 matches to be played across 10 different stadiums. Eight nations set to compete at the tournament for the first time. In 2019, FIFA unanimously voted to expand the Women’s World Cup to 32 teams from the previous 24 teams.

Teams qualified for the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup :

Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China PR, Colombia, Costa Rica, Denmark, England, France, Germany, Haiti, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Korea Republic, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nigeria, Norway, Panama, Philippines, Portugal, Republic of Ireland, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, USA, Vietnam, Zambia.

The 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup will consist sides from each confederation which are as follows :

  • Asia (AFC): 5 slots + 1 host slot (Australia)
  • Africa (CAF): 4 slots
  • North America, Central America & Caribbean (CONCACAF): 4 slots
  • South America (CONMEBOL): 3 slots
  • Oceania (OFC): 0 slots + 1 host slot (New Zealand)
  • Europe (UEFA): 11 slots
  • Playoff tournament: 3 slots (Haiti, Portugal, Paraguay/Panama)

FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 Venues

The FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 will play out at ten host stadiums in nine cities across Australia and New Zealand. The tournament will kick off at Eden Park in Auckland on July 20, 2023 and conclude with the tournament Final at Stadium Australia in Sydney on August 20, 2023.

Six of the group games will be played at the Sydney Football Stadium, and the Round of 16 match, quarterfinal, semifinal, and final game will all be played in Sydney’s Stadium Australia.

The three Australian cities Brisbane (five matches), Melbourne (four matches), and Adelaide (four matches) will host group games.

Auckland and Dunedin will host six games each of the Group stages while Wellington and Hamilton will host seven and five games each respectively of the Group stages.

Both quarterfinal and the third-place playoff will take place in Brisbane. Sydney, Wellington, and Auckland are other quarterfinal host cities. Sydney’s Stadium Australia and Auckland’s Eden Park will host the semi-finals, respectively.

Brisbane Stadium – Brisbane / Meaanjin, Australia

Dunedin Stadium – Dunedin / Ōtepoti, New Zealand

Eden Park – Auckland / Tāmaki Makaurau, New Zealand

Hindmarsh Stadium – Adelaide / Tarntanya, Australia

Melbourne Rectangular Stadium – Melbourne / Naarm, Australia

Perth Rectangular Stadium – Perth / Boorloo, Australia

Stadium Australia – Sydney / Gadigal, Australia

Sydney Football Stadium – Sydney / Gadigal, Australia

Waikato Stadium – Hamilton / Kirikiriroa, New Zealand

Wellington Regional Stadium – Wellington / Te Whanganui-a-Tara, New Zealand

FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 Tickets

You can keep up to date with ticketing information here.

Single match passes are currently off sale! The Last-Minute Sales phase will open on April 11.

Last-Minute Sales Phase (First Come First Served): The Last-Minute Sales Phase will commence on April 11, 2023 and will continue until the finish of the tournament unless match allocations are exhausted prior.

Ticket Prices for the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 :

Individual match tickets for the 2023 Women’s World Cup start from $15 for kids and $30 for adults.

The cost of tickets for the final starts at $40 for adults and $20 for kids.

In addition to single-game tickets, team and stadium packages are also offered.

For the three group games the Matildas will play in, an Australian home team pass costs $70 for adults and $35 for kids, with category one adult passes costing up to $200.

The most matches of any venue are included in a Sydney Football Stadium package, which starts at $160 for adults and $80 for kids

Regardless of where fans are located, all fees will be charged in Australian Dollars (AUD).

How to purchase 2023 Women’s World Cup tickets :

Authorised tickets for the 2023 Women’s World Cup can only be purchased via the FIFA ticketing portal

To purchase tickets for the tournament, fans first need to create their own FIFA ticketing account which requires specific information to complete their FIFA ticketing account. Fans nee to fill in and submit the information to create their account.


FIFA Women’s World Cup Winners List

The FIFA Women’s World Cup is an international association football competition was first held in 1991. It is contested by the women’s national teams of the members of FIFA, the sport’s global governing body. The competition has been held every four years. The United States won the most recent World Cup, which was held in France in 2019. The Americans defeated the Netherlands 2-0 to earn their second straight and fourth overall championship.

A record four Women’s World Cups have been won by the USA. The First Asian team to win a FIFA World Cup was Japan in 2011. (including both men and women). Winners of FIFA Women’s World cup titles :

USA (4)

Germany (2)

Norway (1)

Japan (1)

Women’s FIFA World Cup Winners List

YearWinnersScoreRunners-upVenueLocationAttendanceNo. of Teams
1991United States2-1NorwayTianhe StadiumGuangzhou, China63,00012
1995Norway2-0GermanyRasunda StadiumStockholm, Sweden17,15812
1999United States0-0 (5-4)pChinaRose BowlPasadena,California,US90,18516
2003Germany2-1SwedanHome Depot CenterCarson, California, US26,13716
2007Germany2-0BrazilHongkou Football StatdiumShanghai, China31,00016
2011Japan2-2 (3-1)pUnited StatesCommerzbank-ArenaFrankfurt, Germany48,81716
2015United States5-2JapanBC PlaceVancouver, Canada53,34124
2019United States2-0NetherlandsParc Olympique LyonnaisDécines-Charpieu, France57,90024

Upcoming Finals

2023 v Stadium AustraliaSydney, AustraliaTBD

FIFA Women’s World Cup : Golden Boot Winners 1991-2019

The Golden Boot award goes to the top goalscorer of the FIFA World Cup. It was first introduced as the Golden Shoe at the inaugural 1991 FIFA Women’s World Cup and later on renamed to Golden Boot in 2011 edition.

If more than one player finishes the tournament with the same number of goals, the tie goes to the player who has contributed the most assist. If there is still a tie, the award goes to the player who has played the least amount of time (most goals per minute)

Top scorers at Women’s World Cups and the winners of Golden boot are as follows :

World CupGolden Boot WinnerGoals
1991Michelle Akers (USA)10
1995Ann Kristin Aarones (Norway)6
1999Sissi (Brazil) and Sun Wen (China)7
2003Birgit Prinz (Germany)7
2007Marta (Brazil)7
2011Homare Sawa (Japan)5
2015Celia Sasic (Germany)6
2019Megan Rapinoe (USA)6

FIFA Women’s World Cup : Golden Ball Winners 1991-2019

The Golden Ball award is presented to the best player at each FIFA World Cup final for the best performance in the whole tournament

World CupGolden Ball Winner
1991Carin Jennings (USA)
1995Hege Riise (Norway)
1999Sun Wen (China)
2003Birgit Prinz (Germany)
2007Marta (Brazil)
2011Homare Sawa (Japan)
2015Carli Lloyd (USA)
2019Megan Rapinoe (USA)


FIFA Women’s World Cup : Golden Glove Winners 1999-2019

The Golden Glove award given to the best goalkeeper of the tournament, Prior to 2011 edition Golden Glove Award was called as Best Goalkeeper award. 

World CupBest Goalkeeper/Golden Glove WinnerClean sheets
1999Gao Hong (China) & Briana Scurry (USA)4
2003Silke Rottenberg (Germany)2
2007Nadine Angerer (Germany)6
2011Hope Solo (USA)2
2015Hope Solo (USA)5
2019Sari van Veenendaal (Netherlands)3

FIFA Women’s World Cup : FIFA Young Player Award

World CupBest Young Player AwardAge
2011Caitlin Foord (Australia)16
2015Kadeisha Buchanan (Canada)19
2019Giulia Gwinn (Germany)20

Which Channel is Broadcasting the FIFA Women’s World Cup?

The FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 will be broadcast world wide through different broadcasters in different countries :

In the US, Fox and Telemundo will air 64 matches.

In the UK, BBC and ITV will cover the tournament on TV, online streaming platforms, and radio.

In Canada, Bell Media’s TSN, RDS, and CTV will provide coverage.

Optus Sport and Seven Network will provide coverage in Australia.

Prime and Sky Sport will show all matches in New Zealand

When is the Opening Ceremony for the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup?

The opening ceremony is scheduled to start half an hour prior to the opening match between New Zealand and Norway. the exact time is not announced yet. we will let you know as soon it’s announced

When and Where is the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 Final ?

The 2023 Women’s World Cup final match will be held at Stadium Australia in Sydney on Sunday, August 20, 2023.

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