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FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023: Teams, Groups, Prize Money, Theme Song, Venue, Schedule, Fixtures, Live Telecast And Streaming Details

The 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup is set to be a historic event, marking the ninth edition of the prestigious tournament. This time, the tournament will have a unique specialty as Australia and New Zealand jointly host it. The tournament is scheduled from 20 July to 20 August 2023.

One of the significant milestones of this edition is that it will be the first FIFA Women’s World Cup to be hosted by more than one nation. With 32 teams participating in the tournament, an increase from the previous edition’s 24, the competition is set to be even more intense and captivating.

The tournament will begin with the opening match between New Zealand and Norway, held at Eden Park in Auckland on 20 July 2023. The grand finale of the FIFA Women’s World Cup will take place on 20 August 2023 at the Sydney Olympic Stadium in Australia.

FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 Groups and Teams

Group Teams
Group A New Zealand, Norway, Philippines, Switzerland
Group B Australia, Canada, Nigeria, Republic of Ireland
Group C Costa Rica, Japan, Spain, Zambia
Group D China, Denmark, England, Haiti
Group E Netherlands, Portugal, United States, Vietnam
Group F Brazil, France, Jamaica, Panama
Group G Argentina, Italy, South Africa, Sweden
Group H Colombia, Germany, South Korea, Morocco

FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 Venues

  • Brisbane Stadium – Brisbane, Australia
  • Melbourne Rectangular Stadium – Melbourne, Australia
  • Perth Rectangular Stadium – Perth, Australia
  • Stadium Australia – Sydney, Australia
  • Sydney Football Stadium – Sydney, Australia
  • Eden Park – Auckland, New Zealand
  • Dunedin Stadium – Dunedin, New Zealand
  • Waikato Stadium – Hamilton, New Zealand
  • Wellington Regional Stadium – Wellington, New Zealand

FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023: Teams, Groups, Prize Money, Theme Song, Venue, Schedule, Fixtures, Live Telecast And Streaming Details

FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 Full Schedule & Fixtures

Date Match Details Time (IST) Venue
July 20, 2023 New Zealand vs Norway 12:30 PM Eden Park, Auckland
July 20, 2023 Australia vs Republic of Ireland 3:30 PM Stadium Australia, Sydney
July 21, 2023 Nigeria vs Canada 8:00 AM Melbourne Rectangular Stadium
July 21, 2023 Philippines vs Switzerland 10:30 AM Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin
July 21, 2023 Spain vs Costa Rica 1:00 PM Wellington Regional Stadium
July 22, 2023 United States vs Vietnam 6:30 AM Eden Park, Auckland
July 22, 2023 Zambia vs Japan 12:30 PM Waikato, Hamilton
July 22, 2023 England vs Haiti 3:00 PM Brisbane Football Stadium
July 22, 2023 Denmark vs China 5:30 PM Perth Rectangular Stadium
July 23, 2023 Sweden vs South Africa 10:30 AM Wellington Regional Stadium
July 23, 2023 Netherlands vs Portugal 1:00 PM Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin
July 23, 2023 France vs Jamaica 3:30 PM Sydney Football Stadium
July 24, 2023 Italy vs Argentina 11:30 AM Eden Park, Auckland
July 24, 2023 Germany vs Morocco 2:00 PM Melbourne Rectangular Stadium
July 24, 2023 Brazil vs Panama 4:30 PM Hindmarsh Stadium
July 25, 2023 Columbia vs South Korea 7:30 AM Sydney Football Stadium
July 25, 2023 New Zealand vs Philippines 11:00 AM Wellington Regional Stadium
July 25, 2023 Switzerland vs Norway 1:30 PM Waikato, Hamilton
July 26, 2023 Japan vs Costa Rica 10:30 AM Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin
July 26, 2023 Spain vs Zambia 1:00 PM Eden Park, Auckland
July 26, 2023 Canada vs Republic of Ireland 5:30 PM Perth Rectangular Stadium
July 27, 2023 United States vs Netherlands 6:30 AM Wellington Regional Stadium
July 27, 2023 Portugal vs Vietnam 1:00 PM Waikato, Hamilton
July 27, 2023 Australia vs Nigeria 3:00 PM Brisbane Football Stadium
July 28, 2023 Argentina vs South Africa 5:30 AM Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin
July 28, 2023 England vs Denmark 2:00 PM Sydney Football Stadium
July 28, 2023 China vs Haiti 4:30 PM Hindmarsh Stadium
July 29, 2023 Sweden vs Italy 1:00 PM Wellington Regional Stadium
July 29, 2023 France vs Brazil 3:30 PM Brisbane Football Stadium
July 29, 2023 Panama vs Jamaica 6:00 PM Perth Rectangular Stadium
July 30, 2023 South Korea vs Morocco 10:00 AM Hindmarsh Stadium
July 30, 2023 Norway vs Philippines 12:30 PM Eden Park, Auckland
July 30, 2023 Switzerland vs New Zealand 12:30 PM Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin
July 30, 2023 Germany vs Colombia 3:00 PM Sydney Football Stadium
July 31, 2023 Japan vs Spain 12:30 PM Wellington Regional Stadium
July 31, 2023 Costa Rica vs Zambia 12:30 PM Waikato, Hamilton
July 31, 2023 Republic of Ireland vs Nigeria 3:30 PM Brisbane Football Stadium
July 31, 2023 Canada vs Australia 3:30 PM Melbourne Rectangular Stadium
August 1, 2023 Vietnam vs Netherlands 12:30 PM Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin
August 1, 2023 Portugal vs United States 12:30 PM Eden Park, Auckland
August 1, 2023 China vs England 4:30 PM Hindmarsh Stadium
August 1, 2023 Haiti vs Denmark 4:30 PM Perth Rectangular Stadium
August 2, 2023 Argentina vs Sweden 12:30 PM Waikato, Hamilton
August 2, 2023 South Africa vs Italy 12:30 PM Wellington Regional Stadium
August 2, 2023 Panama vs France 3:30 PM Sydney Football Stadium
August 2, 2023 Jamaica vs Brazil 3:30 PM Melbourne Rectangular Stadium
August 3, 2023 Morocco vs Colombia 3:30 PM Perth Rectangular Stadium
August 3, 2023 South Korea vs Germany 3:30 PM Brisbane Football Stadium
August 5, 2023 1st Group A vs 2nd Group C 10:30 AM Eden Park, Auckland
August 5, 2023 1st Group C v 2nd Group A 1:30 PM Wellington Regional Stadium
August 6, 2023 1st Group E v 2nd Group G 7:30 AM Sydney Football Stadium
August 6, 2023 1st Group G v 2nd Group E 2:30 PM Melbourne Rectangular Stadium
August 7, 2023 1st Group B v 2nd Group D 1:00 PM Brisbane Football Stadium
August 7, 2023 1st Group D v 2nd Group B 4:00 PM Stadium Australia, Sydney
August 8, 2023 1st Group F v 2nd Group H 1:30 PM Melbourne Rectangular Stadium
August 8, 2023 1st Group H v 2nd Group F 4:30 PM Hindmarsh Stadium
August 11, 2023 Quarter-final 1 6:30 AM Wellington Regional Stadium
August 11, 2023 Quarter-final 2 1:00 PM Eden Park, Auckland
August 12, 2023 Quarter-final 3 12:30 PM Brisbane Football Stadium
August 12, 2023 Quarter-final 4 4:00 PM Stadium Australia
August 15, 2023 Semi-final 1 1:30 PM Eden Park, Auckland
August 16, 2023 Semi-final 2 3:30 PM Stadium Australia, Sydney
August 19, 2023 Third-place Match 1:30 PM Brisbane Football Stadium
August 20, 2023 Final 3:30 PM Stadium Australia, Sydney


Also Read, FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023: Get To Know The Complete List Of All 32 Squads

FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 Prize Money

The total prize pool for this edition of the FIFA Women’s World Cup stands at an impressive $110 million, a substantial increase of $80 million compared to the prize pool of the previous edition.

Place Teams Distribution Amount (In Millions)
Per Team Per Player Total
Champions 1 $4.29 $0.27 $10.5
Runners-up 1 $3.015 $0.195 $7.5
3rd place 1 $2.61 $0.18 $6.75
4th place 1 $2.455 $0.165 $6.25
5th–8th place (quarter-finals) 4 $2.18 $0.09 $17
9th–16th place (round of 16) 8 $1.87 $0.06 $26
17th–32nd place (group stage) 16 $1.56 $0.03 $36
Total 32 $110

FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 Theme Song

New Zealand artist BENEE and Australia’s Mallrat have collaborated to compose the Women’s World Cup 2023 theme song “Do It Again.

FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 Live Telecast And Streaming Details

The FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 tournament will be broadcast live on the DD Sports channels in India. The Fancode app will also provide live streaming services for the Women’s World Cup 2023.

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