Women’s Soccer World Cup 2023 Qualifying Teams

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2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup

World’s one of the most loved sports football is going to start and the qualification for the women’s Soccer World Cup will start from 16 September 2021 to be ended 23 February 2023, in this process.

It will determine all the 32 teams that will play in the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup. There are 6 Confederations and more than 176 teams are participating in Soccer World Cup 2023 Qualifying.

This is the first tournament that is hosted by 2 different countries Australia. The qualifying competition consists of three rounds for Australia & New Zealand world cup tournament. Preliminary round, Qualifying group stage, and Play-offs round.

New Zealand and the tournament expanded from 24 teams to 32 teams. Australia and New Zealand are automatically qualified because they are the host and co-host countries.

Women’s Soccer World Cup 2023 Qualifying Qualification Process

2023 FIFA Women's World Cup
2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup

The number of teams for the Women’s World Cup is increased from 24 to 34 teams, there are 6 confederations through which there are 32 slots, as a host country Australia and New Zealand are qualified, therefore 30 slots are remaining for the qualification round.

Here, are the total slots for each confederation for Soccer World Cup 2023 Qualifying information is below: –

  • AFC: – 5+1
  • CAF: – 4
  • CONCACAF: – 4
  • CONMEBOL: -3
  • OFC: – 0+1
  • UEFA: – 11
  • Playoffs: – 3
Australia Co-hosts
New Zealand Co-hosts
Japan 2022 AFC Women’s Asian Cup Semi-finalists
South Korea 2022 AFC Women’s Asian Cup Semi-finalists
China PR 2022 AFC Women’s Asian Cup Semi-finalists
Philippines 2022 AFC Women’s Asian Cup semi-finalist
Vietnam 2022 AFC Women’s Asian Cup play-offs winner
Sweden UEFA Group A Winners
Spain UEFA Group B Winners
France UEFA Group I Winners

Confederation qualification process

Complete qualification table: Click here

AFC

The qualification stage for the Women’s World Cup tournament will be organized by the AFC Women’s Asian Cup scheduled from 13 September to 25 September 2021. For the Final qualification, 12 teams will face each other and they will be divided into 4 teams into 4 groups each teams top two will go for advance to the knockout stage.

The important news is that North Korea has withdrawn on 29th July 2021 to take part in the Women’s Asian Cup qualification because of safety concerns related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Source- Wikipedia
Source- Wikipedia
Play-off
S. No Teams Pld Pts
1 Vietnam 2 6
2 Chinese Taipei 2 3
3 Thailand 2 0

CAF

The qualification process for CAF will conduct by the Africa Women Cup of Nation 2022, the dates for the tournament are from July-August 2022. There are 12 teams in which they are 4 slots through 2 slots of New Zealand and Australia.

Pot 1 Pot 2 Pot 3 Pot 4
1. Morocco (H)
2. Nigeria
3. South Africa
 4. Cameroon
5. Zambia
6. Burundi
 7. Cameroon
8. Zambia
9. Burundi
 10. Senegal
11. Botswana
12. Uganda

CONCACAF

The qualification stage for CONCACAF will Conduct by the CONCACAF Women’s Championship, which is scheduled from November 2021 to April 2022. The tournament will draw six groups of five teams in each, and the match will be played on a round-robin match. The winner from all six groups will be promoted to the Final tournament of the qualification process.

In the Final state, there will be 8 teams, as Canada and United States are qualified automatically because they have the highest-ranked in CONCACAF teams, and the final state is scheduled from July 2022. All the teams have been divided into 2 groups of 4 teams. The top 2 teams from each team will qualify for the CAF.

Group A
S. No Teams Pld Pts
1 Mexico 2 6
2 Puerto Rico 2 6
3 Suriname 2 3
4 Antigua and Barbuda 2 0
5 Anguilla 2 0
Group B
S. No Teams Pld Pts
1 Guatemala 2 6
2 Costa Rica 2 6
3 Saint Kitts and Nevis 2 3
4 Curacao 2 0
5 U.S Virgin Islands 2 0
Group C
S. No Teams Pld Pts
1 Dominican Republic 2 6
2 Jamaica 2 6
3 Bermuda 2 3
4 Cayman Islands 2 0
5 Grenada 2 0
Group D
S. No Teams Pld Pts
1 Panama 2 6
2 El Salvador 2 6
3 Barbados 2 3
4 Aruba 2 0
5 Belize 2 0
Group E
S. No Teams Pld Pts
1 Cuba 2 6
2 Haiti 2 6
3 Honduras 2 3
4 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 2 0
5 The British Virgin Islands 2 0
Group F
S. No Teams Pld Pts
1 Guyana 2 6
2 Trinidad and Tobago 2 6
3 Nicaragua 2 3
4 Dominica 2 0
5 Turks and Caicos Islands 2 0

CONMEBOL

The qualification for CONMEBOL is managed by the Copa America Femenina 2022, which is scheduled from July-August or October- November 2022. For qualification for the Women’s World Cup 2023, they provided three direct qualifying and two play-offs.

Group A
S. No Teams Pld Pts
1 Colombia 0 0
2 Chile 0 0
3 Ecuador 0 0
4 Paraguay 0 0
5 Bolivia 0 0
Group B
S. No Teams Pld Pts
1 Brazil 0 0
2 Peru 0 0
3 Venezuela 0 0
4 Argentina 0 0
5 Uruguay 0 0

OFC

The qualification for the 2023 FIFA Women’s World’s Cup, the tournament is scheduled from July-August but for some reason, it is shifted to January-February, On 4 March 2021 that it was scheduled back June-July 2022.

UEFA

The UEFA has announced the Women’s Soccer World Cup 2023 Qualifying process, which is scheduled from 16 December-11 October 2022, there are 51 teams drawn into 9 groups which are broken into 5 or 6 teams. Each team winner will be qualified directly for the World Cup.

Group A: Sweden, Finland, Republic of Ireland, Slovakia, Georgia
Group B: Spain, Scotland, Ukraine, Hungary, Faroe Islands
Group C: Netherlands, Iceland, Czech Republic, Belarus, Cyprus
Group D: England, Austria, Northern Ireland, North Macedonia, Latvia, Luxembourg
Group E: Denmark, Russia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Azerbaijan, Malta, Montenegro
Group F: Norway, Belgium, Poland, Albania, Kosovo, Armenia
Group G: Italy, Switzerland, Romania, Croatia, Moldova, Lithuania
Group H: Germany, Portugal, Serbia, Israel, Turkey, Bulgaria

Group A
S. No Teams Pld Pts
1 Sweden 7 19
2 Finland 6 10
3 Republic of Ireland 5 8
4 Slovakia 6 5
5 Georgia 6 0
Group B
S. No Teams Pld Pts
1 Spain 6 18
2 Scotland 6 10
3 Hungary 6 9
4 Ukraine 4 4
5 Faroe Islands 6 0
Group C
S. No Teams Pld Pts
1 Iceland 6 15
2 Netherlands 6 14
3 Czech Republic 5 5
4 Belarus 4 4
5 Cyprus 7 1
Group D
S. No Teams Pld Pts
1 England 8 24
2 Austria 8 19
3 Northern Ireland 8 13
4 Luxembourg 7 9
5 North Macedonia 8 3
6 Latvia 7 0
Group E
S. No Teams Pld Pts
1 Denmark 8 24
2 Russia 6 15
3 Bosnia and Herzegovina 8 10
4 Montenegro 7 9
5 Malta 7 4
6 Azerbaijan 8 3
Group F
S. No Teams Pld Pts
1 Norway 8 22
2 Belgium 8 19
3 Poland 8 14
4 Albania 8 10
5 Kosovo 8 4
6 Armenia 8 0
Group G
S. No Teams Pld Pts
1 Italy 8 21
2 Switzerland 8 19
3 Romania 7 13
4 Croatia 8 7
5 Lithuania 7 4
6 Moldova 6 0
Group H
S. No Teams Pld Pts
1 Germany 8 21
2 Serbia 8 18
3 Portugal 8 16
4 Turkey 8 10
5 Israel 7 3
6 Bulgaria 7 0
Group I
S. No Teams Pld Pts
1 France 8 24
2 Wales 8 16
3 Slovenia 8 14
4 Greece 8 13
5 Kazakhstan 7 0
6 Estonia 7 0

Inter-confederation play-offs

Group 1

Semi-Final Final
February 2023 – TBC February 2023 – TBC
Unseeded Team
Unseeded Team
Seed 1
Semi-final winner

Group 2

Semi-Final Final
February 2023 – TBC February 2023 – TBC
Unseeded Team
Unseeded Team
Seed 2
Semi-Final winner

Group 3

Semi-Final Final
February 2023 – TBC February 2023 – TBC
Seed 3
Unseeded team
Semi-final 1 winner
Semi-final 2 winner
Seed 4
Unseeded team

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