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

Sydney Football Stadium

Completely rebuilt in time for the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup, the Sydney Football Stadium originally opened in 1988 and has been a celebrated venue for men’s and women’s football for more than three decades. The venue has hosted numerous major concerts and matches across various sports. Regular home to Sydney FC, the stadium hosted one of the Socceroos’ greatest FIFA World Cup qualifiers, a 1993 intercontinental play-off against Diego Maradona’s Argentina, played in front of a then-record crowd for the venue (43,967). The stadium also hosted the Women’s Olympic Football Tournament final at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games, with Norway defeating USA to win the gold medal.

Gross Capacity: 42,512

MATCHES

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

SYDNEY | AUSTRALIA, 31 JANUARY 2015. Images from the final of the 2105 Asian Football Championship final, held at Stadium Australia, Australia Defeated Kore 2-1 in extra time..PIc Dave Tease | LOC 2015.
Stadium Australia

Sydney

Sydney Football Stadium (impression)
Sydney Football Stadium

Summary

Waikato Stadium, Hamilton
Waikato Stadium

Hamilton / Kirikiriroa

Wellington Stadium
Wellington Regional Stadium

Wellington