FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023: Fixtures, Groups and Prediction

FIFA Women's World Cup 2023 Fixtures and Groups are out, and the tournament will start on July 20th at Eden Park/ Newzealand.

FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 will start on July 20th, 2023, at Auckland/Eden Park, and the first match will be between New Zealand vs Norway.

Australia and New Zealand are hosting the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023, and it is the first time that an Oceania country is hosting the event, which started way back in 1991 that happened in China when the first FIFA Women’s World Cup was played when the United States won the cup and right now they are the defending champions after they won the last World Cup against the Netherlands in 2019.

FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 Group and Tables

Group ANew Zealand, Norway, Philippines, Switzerland
Group BAustralia, Canada, Nigeria, Republic of Ireland
Group CCosta Rica, Japan, Spain, Zambia
Group DChina, Denmark, England, Haiti
Group ENetherlands, Portugal, United States, Vietnam
Group FBrazil, France, Jamaica, Panama
Group GArgentina, Italy, South Africa, Sweden
Group HColombia, Germany, South Korea, Morocco

FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 Fixtures:

Match No.DateTimeTeamsVenue
1July 2012:30 pmNew Zealand vs NorwayEden Park
2July 203:30 pmAustralia vs IrelandAllianz Stadium
3July 218:00 amNigeria vs CanadaAAMI Park
4July 2110:30 amPhilippines vs SwitzerlandForsyth Barr Stadium
5July 211:00 pmSpain vs Costa RicaSky Stadium
6July 226:30 amUSA vs VietnamEden Park
7July 2212:30 pmZambia vs JapanWaikato Stadium
8July 223:00 pmEngland vs HaitiSuncorp Stadium
9July 225:30 pmDenmark vs ChinaHBF Park
10July 2310:30 amSweden vs South AfricaSky Stadium
11July 231:00 pmNetherlands vs PortugalForsyth Barr Stadium
12July 233:30 pmFrance vs JamaicaEden Park
13July 2411:30 amItaly vs ArgentinaEden Park
14July 242:00 pmGermany vs MoroccoAAMI Park
15July 244:30 pmBrazil vs PanamaCoopers Stadium
16July 257:30 amColombia vs South KoreaAllianz Stadium
17July 2511:00 amNew Zealand vs PhilippinesSky Stadium
18July 251:30 pmSwitzerland vs NorwayWaikato Stadium
19July 2610:30 amJapan vs Costa RicaForsyth Barr Stadium
20July 261:00 pmSpain vs ZambiaEden Park
21July 265:30 pmCanada vs IrelandHBF Park
22July 276:30 amUSA vs NetherlandsSky Stadium
23July 271:00 pmPortugal vs VietnamWaikato Stadium
24July 273:30 pmAustralia vs NigeriaSuncorp Stadium
25July 285:30 amArgentina vs South AfricaForsyth Barr Stadium
26July 282:00 pmEngland vs DenmarkAllianz Stadium
27July 284:30 pmChina vs HaitiCoopers Stadium
28July 291:00 pmSweden vs ItalySky Stadium
29July 293:30 pmFrance vs BrazilSuncorp Stadium
30July 296:00 pmPanama vs JamaicaHBF Park
31July 3010:00 amSouth Korea vs MoroccoCoopers Stadium
32July 3012:30 pmNorway vs PhilippinesEden Park
33July 3012:30 pmSwitzerland vs New ZealandForsyth Barr Stadium
34July 303:00 pmGermany vs ColombiaAllianz Stadium
35July 3112:30 pmCosta Rica vs ZambiaWaikato Stadium
36July 3112:30 pmJapan vs SpainSky Stadium
37July 313:30 pmCanada vs AustraliaAAMI Park
38July 313:30 pmIreland vs NigeriaSuncorp Stadium
39August 112:30 pmVietnam vs NetherlandsForsyth Barr Stadium
40August 112:30 pmPortugal vs USAEden Park
41August 14:30 pmChina vs EnglandCoopers Stadium
42August 14:30 pmHaiti vs DenmarkHBF Park
43August 212:30 pmArgentina vs SwedenWaikato Stadium
44August 212:30 pmSouth Africa vs ItalySky Stadium
45August 23:30 pmJamaica vs BrazilAAMI Park
46August 23:30 pmPanama vs FranceAllianz Stadium
47August 33:30 pmMorocco vs ColombiaHBF Park
48August 33:30 pmSouth Korea vs GermanySuncorp Stadium
Round of 16
49August 510:30 amWinner of Group A vs Runner-up of Group CEden Park
50August 51:30 pmWinner of Group C vs Runner-up of Group ASky Stadium
51August 67:30 amWinner of Group E vs Runner-up of Group GAllianz Stadium
52August 62:30 pmWinner of Group G vs Runner-up of Group EAAMI Park
53August 71:00 pmWinner of Group D vs Runner-up of Group BSuncorp Stadium
54August 74:00 pmWinner of Group B vs Runner-up of Group DStadium Australia
55August 81:30 pmWinner of Group H vs Runner-up of Group FAAMI Park
56August 84:30 pmWinner of Group F vs Runner-up of Group HCoopers Stadium
57August 116:30 amWinner of Match 49 vs Winner of Match 51Sky Stadium
58August 111:00 pmWinner of Match 50 vs Winner of Match 52Eden Park
59August 1212:30 pmWinner of Match 54 vs Winner of Match 56Suncorp Stadium
60August 124:00 pmWinner of Match 53 vs Winner of Match 55Stadium Australia
61August 151:30 pmWinner of Match 57 vs Winner of Match 58Eden Park
62August 163:30 pmWinner of Match 59 vs Winner of Match 60Stadium Australia
Third-place match
63August 191:30 pmLoser of Match 61 vs Loser of Match 62Suncorp Stadium
64August 203:30 pmWinner of Match 61 vs Winner of Match 62Stadium Australia

Who are the strongest contenders to win the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023?

The strongest team in the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 is the defending champions United States, who are going to look forward to getting their 5th FIFA Women’s World Cup. They won the three FIFA Women’s World Cups in 1991, 1999, 2015, and 2019. Their first match is against Vietnam on July 21st, 2023.

England Women’s team are the second favorite to win the World Cup after having dominating football played by the England players in different club football competition. They never won a World Cup but always have been one of the top contenders in every World Cup.

Germany and Spain they both also one of the strongest teams in the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023, and they are both going to give a tough fight against people.

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