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SportFIFA Confirms Record Number of Bidders Interested in Hosting 2023 Women's World Cup

17:51  19 march  2019
17:51  19 march  2019 Source:   90min.com

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The 2023 FIFA Women ' s World Cup will be the 9th edition of the FIFA Women ' s World Cup , the quadrennial international women ' s football championship contested by the national teams of the

FIFA receives record number of expressions of interest in hosting FIFA Women ’ s World Cup 2023 Based on the FIFA Statutes, the FIFA Council will appoint the host (s) of the FIFA Women ’ s As communicated in the overview document and confirmed by the FIFA Council at its recent meeting

​FIFA has confirmed it has received a record number of formal expressions of interest from countries looking to host the Women's World Cup in 2023, with nine possible bidders from four different continents in the hat so far.

FIFA's deadline for expression of interest to host the 2023 tournament was earlier this month, with the nine prospective bidders now given until April 16 to submit their official bidding registration to the world governing body, the next stage of the process.

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The Australia FIFA Women ' s World Cup 2023 bid is a bid to host the 2023 FIFA Women ' s World Cup by Football Federation Australia (FFA), officially launched on 29 October 2018. After successfully staging the 2015 AFC Asian Cup , speculation that Football Federation Australia (FFA)

Among the nine interested countries are Argentina, Brazil, Colombia and Bolivia, with one hoping to stage the first Women's World Cup in South America.

Expression of interests have also come from Japan, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa.

The initial paperwork was also submitted by South Korea, expressing interest in jointly hosting the World Cup with North Korea, as had previously been rumoured, with the possibility of such even publicly welcomed by FIFA president Gianni Infantino.

Never before has a list of interested member associations been so big.

After submitting bidding registration by the middle of next month, FIFA will then send hosting documents to each potential bidder. The deadline for the submission of the bidding book, signed hosting agreement and all other official documentation is then October 6.

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The FIFA Women ' s World Cup is an international football competition contested by the senior women ' s national teams of the members of Fédération Internationale de Football Association

2023 FIFA Women ' s World CupTournament detailsHost countryTBADates10 July Host selection[]. Main article: 2023 FIFA Women ' s World Cup bids. New Zealand – Prior to their hosting of the 2015 FIFA U-20 World Cup , New Zealand officials expressed interest in bidding for the hosting rights of

Whether all of the currently interested countries make it as far as submitting a formal bid remains to be seen. An announcement regarding the winning bid is expected in March 2020.

Women's football continues to grow at a rapid rate. The Women's Super League in England is now fully professional as of this season, while Spanish pair Atletico Madrid and Barcelona recently played in front of a 60,000 crowd at Wanda Metropolitano.

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