FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023™
July 20 - August 20

FIFA Women's World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023™

Host Countries

FIFA Women's World Cup Australia/New Zealand 2023 host country
Australia & New Zealand

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Host Cities

Adelaide- Destination image 2023 FIFAWWC
Adelaide / Tarntanya

Stadium: Hindmarsh Stadium

Auckland - Destination image 2023 FIFAWWC
Auckland / Tāmaki Makaurau

Stadium: Eden Park

Brisbane - Destination image 2023 FIFAWWC
Brisbane / Meaanjin

Stadium: Brisbane Stadium

Dunedin - Destination image 2023 FIFAWWC
Dunedin / Ōtepoti

Stadium: Dunedin Stadium

Hamilton - Destination image 2023 FIFAWWC
Hamilton / Kirikiriroa

Stadium: Waikato Stadium

Melbourne - Destination image 2023 FIFAWWC
Melbourne / Naarm

Stadium: Melbourne Rectangular Stadium

Perth - Destination image 2023 FIFAWWC
Perth / Boorloo

Stadium: Perth Rectangular Stadium

Sydney overview
Sydney / Gadigal

Stadiums: Stadium Australia and Sydney Football Stadium

Wellington - Destination image 2023 FIFAWWC
Wellington / Te Whanganui-a-Tara

Stadium: Wellington Regional Stadium

Stadiums

Brisbane Stadium
Brisbane Stadium

Summary

Dunedin Stadium
Dunedin Stadium

Dunedin / Otepoti

Eden Park, Auckland
Eden Park, Auckland

Auckland / Tamaki Makaurau

Hindmarsh Stadium
Hindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide

Summary

Melbourne Rectangular Stadium
Melbourne Rectangular Stadium

Melbourne

Perth Rectangular Stadium
Perth Rectangular Stadium

Perth

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Stadium Australia

Sydney

Sydney Football Stadium (impression)
Sydney Football Stadium

Summary

Waikato Stadium, Hamilton
Waikato Stadium

Hamilton / Kirikiriroa

Wellington Stadium
Wellington Regional Stadium

Wellington