Australia will bid for the FIFA Women’s World Cup !
The FIFA Women’s World Cup is the ultimate competition in women’s football and is held every four years. The 2023 tournament would see 24 teams compete over 52 matches, hosted across a number of locations.
The Westfield Matildas, ranked eighth in the world, would gain automatic qualification for the tournament and would be amongst the favourites to lift the trophy after making the quarter-finals at the last two World Cups.
The benefits to Australia would include a major economic boost to the wider community and, most importantly, a massive increase in exposure and investment in Women’s Football.
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