Excitement builds following host city and stadium reveal
Zurich: Ten stadiums across nine cities were revealed on Wednesday as Australia and New Zealand prepare to welcome the world for the biggest football tournament ever to be staged in the region.
From the Opening Match at Auckland’s Eden Park, host to many of New Zealand’s great sporting moments, all the way through to the Final at Sydney’s Stadium Australia, site of the 2000 Olympic Games, the venues will offer a broad taste of the best of Down Under.
FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™ Host Cities and Stadiums announced
Zurich: The FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™ took an important and exciting step on Wednesday with the announcement of the nine Host Cities and 10 stadiums in Australia and New Zealand that will host matches during the tournament.
With just over two years to go until some of the best players in the world take to the field in Australia and New Zealand, the Host City announcement represents a major milestone for many football fans and players around the world, as well as in the preparations for the next FIFA Women’s World Cup in 2023 – which will be the first-ever co-hosted FIFA Women’s World Cup and the first edition to feature 32 teams.
Guangzhou and Suzhou to host opening Chinese Super League groups
Hong Kong: Guangzhou and Suzhou will host the opening rounds of the 2021 Chinese Super League in bio-secure bubbles when the league kicks on April 20, the Chinese Football Association has announced.
Guangzhou will host Group A containing eight-time champions Guangzhou FC as well as Guangzhou City and Shenzhen FC alongside Chinese FA Cup holders Shandong Taishan, Chongqing Athletic, Henan Longmen, Qingdao FC and Cangzhou Lions.
Kuala Lumpur: The polls are closed in our bid to assemble the ultimate fans’ AFC Cup Dream Team, but one key question remains – who should be in charge?
Fans from across the continent and beyond have had their say regarding the tournament’s greatest players, but the race to determine which the tournament’s greatest ever coach is only just beginning.
Hailing from Asia, Europe and South America, we’ve selected 10 of the competition’s outstanding coaches, all of whom achieved team success or historical firsts, now it’s up to you to study the shortlist and register your vote.