The 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup Group A match will happen from 20 to 30 July 2023. The gathering comprises New Zealand as the host, Norway, the Philippines, and Switzerland. The main two groups will progress to the round of 16.
For the 2023 Women’s Football World Cup, there are only a few days left and many teams have announced their final squad. The draw for the 2023 FIFA World Cup bunch stage took place in New Zealand, and Australia, on July 20, 2022, to make way for the competition.
The last three capability places were filled in 2022, with Norway, the Philippines, and Switzerland finishing the 32-group line-up. All 32 teams are eligible, and New Zealand and Australia automatically qualify as a host. The merit process was honored on 25 June 2020 with hosting rights.
Norway, the UEFA Group F winners, presents arguably the toughest challenge of any UEFA squad, while the Philippines, who was absent from all of the World Cup but are now debuting.
2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup Group A
|S. R||Team||Confederation||Method of qualification|
|2.||Norway||UEFA||UEFA Group F winners|
|3.||Philippines||AFC||2022 AFC Women’s Asian Cup semi-finalists|
|4.||Switzerland||UEFA||UEFA play-off best-ranked winners|
2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup Group A Point Table or Standings
2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup Group A Matches Result
|S. R||Team||Score||Team||Date/Time / Stadium|
|1.||New Zealand||1-0||Norway||20 July, 19:00 / Eden Park, Auckland|
|2.||Philippines||0-2||Switzerland||21 July, 21:00 / Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin|
|3.||New Zealand||0-1||Philippines||25 July, 17:30 / Wellington Regional Stadium|
|4.||Switzerland||0-0||Norway||25 July, 20:00 / Waikato Stadium, Hamilton|
|5.||Switzerland||0-0||New Zealand||30 July, 19:00 / Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin|
|6.||Norway||6-6||Philippines||30 July, 19:00 / Eden Park, Auckland|