The Women’s FIFA World Cup is often simply called the Soccer World Cup. This is the 9th FIFA Women’s world cup edition which opens on July 20 and runs through August 20, 2023. The 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup Stadiums will play out at 10 host stadiums or venues in 9 cities across Australia and New Zealand.
In 2023 the tournament will be held in Australia and New Zealand making it the first-ever co-hosted Women’s World Cup. Host cities and venues of the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup are already booked by FIFA. The 2023 Women’s Worlds of Soccer will play out at ten host stadiums in nine cities across Australia and New Zealand.
This will be the first time that 32 nations are competing in the Women’s World Cup. Eden Park in Auckland will host New Zealand’s opening match against Norway. Here are full details of the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup Stadiums and Venues with the ground locations and detail of seating capacity which has been selected for the AU & NZ World Cup.
9 Host Cities and 10 stadiums across Australia and New Zealand to welcome the world’s best players and football fans in 2023. We showcase the stadiums of the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup that will be taking place in Australia & New Zealand.
2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup Stadiums & Venues
The 10 teams participating in the 2023 World Cup are the same as the ones that played in the 2019 World Cup. Here are full details of the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup Stadiums & Venues below.
- Venue(s): 10 (in 9 host cities)
- Host countries: Australia and New Zealand
- Teams: 32 (from 6 confederations)
|Sydney Football Stadium|
|Brisbane||Lang Park (Brisbane Stadium)|
|Melbourne||Melbourne Rectangular Stadium|
|Perth||Perth Rectangular Stadium|
|Wellington||Wellington Regional Stadium|
|Dunedin||Forsyth Barr Stadium (Dunedin Stadium)|
- Semi-final Match of the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup
- Spain vs Sweden: Auckland Stadium
- Australia vs England: Sydney (Australia)
- Third-place match of the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup
- Sweden vs England: Brisbane Stadium
- Final Match of the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup
- Spain vs Australia: Stadium Australia
2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup Stadiums in Australia
Stadium Australia (currently known as Accor Stadium for sponsorship purposes) is a multi-purpose stadium located in the Sydney Olympic Park, in Sydney, Australia. It has hosted many major sporting events since it opened in 1999 including major football matches. It is the largest 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup Stadium in all 9 venues.
Sydney Football Stadium
The Sydney Football Stadium, commercially known as Allianz Stadium and previously Aussie Stadium. In 2018, Allianz Stadium hosted one of three AFL pre-season mini competitions called AFLX.
|Name||Sydney Football Stadium|
Lang Park (Brisbane Stadium)
Lang Park Stadium is a large multi-purpose outdoor stadium located in Brisbane. Lang Park, also known as Brisbane Football Stadium, by the sponsored name Suncorp Stadium, is nicknamed The Cauldron.
Suncorp – Metway Stadium
Melbourne Rectangular Stadium
Opened in 2010, Melbourne Rectangular Stadium is an integral part of the city’s impressive collection of sports venues. AAMI Park is Melbourne’s premier rectangular sports and entertainment venue. it was Melbourne’s first large purpose-built rectangular stadium.
|Name||Melbourne Rectangular Stadium
Perth Rectangular Stadium
Perth’s premier rectangular venue s a multi-purpose world-class venue, currently known as Nib Stadium. The stadium is currently used for hosting sports events and concerts.
|Name||Perth Rectangular Stadium
Hindmarsh Stadium is a world-class multi-use facility located in South Australia. Considered by many sports and the arena is managed by the Adelaide Entertainments Corporation. The stadium will be the biggest sporting event hosted in Australia since the Sydney Games in 2000.
|Location||Holden Street, Hindmarsh, South Australia|
2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup Stadiums in New Zealand
Eden Park Stadium
Eden Park is the country’s national stadium with a seating capacity of 50,000 and is located in central Auckland. It opened in 1900. The stadium has hosted many rugby matches, including the opening game and final of the 1987 Rugby World Cup and 2011 Rugby World Cup.
|Name||Eden Park Stadium|
|Location||Central Auckland, New Zealand|
Wellington Regional Stadium
The Wellington Regional Stadium in Wellington is a multipurpose stadium. A total of 9 games will take place during the course of the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023.
|Name||Wellington Regional Stadium
Forsyth Barr Stadium (Dunedin Stadium)
It is one of the fully covered Multi-purpose stadiums, also known colloquially as ‘The Glasshouse’. It is the world’s largest fully enclosed stadium with a permanent roof over the pitch and stands and a natural pitch.
|Name||Forsyth Barr Stadium
FMG Stadium Waikato is owned and managed by H3, a business unit within Hamilton City Council, and is an impressive 25,000-capacity (For Rugby) international sports stadium. It is a Good sized stadium with both covered and uncovered seating. It is one of the major rugby stadiums in the country.
Rugby Park (1925–99)