The 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup qualification process is a series of the tournament organized by the six FIFA confederations to decide to increase the 24 teams to 32 teams that will play in the 2023 Women’s FIFA World Cup, with Australia and New Zealand qualifying automatically as the host country.
The competition will be held in Australia and New Zealand in 2023, making it the first Women’s World Cup to be hosted by two nations, the first FIFA senior championship for either men or women to be conducted across two confederations, and the first edition to take place in the Southern Hemisphere.
The 32 teams were divided into four pots for the draw based on the FIFA Women’s World Rankings as of October 13, 2022. Co-hosts Australia and New Zealand were automatically placed in places A1 and B1, respectively, along with the top six teams, in pot one.
Finally, FIFA announced the final host city and venue selections on 31 March 2021. There will be five cities and six stadiums will be used in Australia, alongside four cities will be used in NewZealand. Two venues that were proposed from Australia were not selected Newcastle and Launceston.
Eden Park in Australia will host the opening game in this tournament and the final match will be played in Stadium Australia in Sydney.
This tournament is going to be very interesting because, for the first time, there will be two countries hosting the FIFA World Cup. Here is the list of the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup Venues and Stadiums list.
2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup Venues in Australia
There are 5 cities and 6 venues in Australia. Here is full detail about the stadiums.