The successful bid proposed 12 cities with seven in Australia and 5 in New Zealand. It consists of the primary stadium used for the 2000 Sydney Olympics.
After a profitable World Cup final 12 months, FIFA needs the following girls’s event to additional set up its independence from the boys, and present it’s commercially engaging.
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Not less than $100 million is anticipated to be paid by the governing physique in 2023 – for prize cash, workforce preparation prices and to golf equipment releasing gamers for the event – FIFA president Gianni Infantino pledged final 12 months in France.
Colombia’s bid was rated a high-risk business choice in an analysis of the candidates printed this month. Australia and New Zealand’s bid was rated low-risk and scored 4.1 factors out of a most 5. Colombia scored 2.8.
A 3rd candidate, Japan, withdrew on Monday. That gave fellow Asian Soccer Confederation member Australia a clearer run. New Zealand is a part of the smaller Oceania continental group.
The 2023 event would be the first time a World Cup for males or girls might be shared throughout two continental our bodies, and the primary co-hosted girls’s version.
Colombia’s bid was supported by a lot of the 9 voters from European soccer physique UEFA.
Launched in 1991, the Ladies’s World Cup has by no means been hosted in South America.
Each Australia, the No. 7-ranked workforce in girls’s soccer, and No. 23 New Zealand will qualify robotically for the event.
Colombia is at present ranked No. 25 and was the one one of many three bidders to not qualify for the 2019 version.