Sydney: The FIFA Women's World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023 kicks off in seven days.
As we rapidly approach the start of the global showpiece, the-AFC.com takes a look at the Group D cast, with 1999 runners-up and reigning AFC Women's Asian Cup™ champions China PR Asia's representatives.
Kuala Lumpur: The FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023 is almost upon us with the ninth edition of the festival of football kicking off on Thursday.
The tournament will see the best of the best take to the global stage, with all four former winners as well as the Olympic champions and the reigning champions of Asia, Europe, Africa and North and South America part of the line-up.
Ahead of a competition that promises to be bigger and better than ever before, the-AFC.com looks at some of the standout stats and facts at Australia & New Zealand 2023.
Kuala Lumpur: The ninth edition of the FIFA Women’s World Cup is almost upon us as 32 nations from the six Confederations across the globe descend upon Australia and New Zealand for the biggest tournament yet.
A record six Asian Football Confederation members are among the line-up as the continent’s finest teams look to continue their impressive showings at the global showpiece over the years.
With the big kick-off on July 20 just around the corner, the-AFC.com highlights some of the standout stats and facts about Asia's representatives at the festival of football.
Kuala Lumpur: The FIFA Women’s World Cup is set to be bigger than ever before with a record 32 nations competing at the global showpiece and eight of them doing so for the very first time.
The Philippines and Vietnam are the newcomers from Asia, while Africa, Europe and North America all provide debutants, with seven of the eight groups in Australia and New Zealand featuring at least one new side.
As the opening games on July 20 rapidly approach, the-AFC.com shines the spotlight on those making their first appearances at the festival of football.