Spain will know their rivals for the Women’s World Cup 2023
The Worldwide Female 2023 will play next summer in Australia and New Zealand, from July 20 to August 20. This ninth edition of the Women’s World Cup promises to be a success in taquilla and this Saturday from 8:30 hours will draw the capital of New Zealand, with a ceremony full of figures of women’s football, in addition to all the culture of the Oceanian country.
The ceremony to know the groups will be from the Aotea Center in Auckland, with at least 800 officials from fifa. The approximate duration will be one hour and will be televised worldwide via FIFA+, the new free streaming platform of the maximum body of world football. In addition, FIFA will also provide live coverage through its YouTube channel.
The selections will be split into big cash based on his FIFA ranking as of October 13th. In the bass drum 1 find the hostesses: Australia and New Zealand, next to the six best ranked countries, between which is the Spanish selection, which expects to explain itself again with the best version of Alexia Putellas, the best footballer in the world, who at the moment is recovering from a long knee injury.
Bass Drum 1: Australia, New Zealand, USA, Sweden, Germany, England, France and Spain.
Bass Drum 2: Canada, Netherlands, Brazil, Japan, Norway, Italy, China and South Korea.
Bass Drum 3: Denmark, Switzerland, Ireland, Colombia, Argentina, Vietnam, Costa Rica and Jamaica.
Bass Drum 4: Nigeria, Philippines, South Africa, Morocco, Zambia, Winner of group To, Winner of group B, Winner of group C.
The format of the tournament
Each group will close based on the descending ranking, with three reservation places in the bass drum 4 for the teams that intend to rank from the repechage scheduled for February and in which they will participate Chinese Taipei, Thailand, Senegal, Cameroon, Haiti, Panama, Chile, Paraguay, will participate Papua, New Guinea and Portugal. Thus, a selection of each bass drum will integrate each of the eight groups. Additionally, each group can only have one team from each confederation, except Europe, which can have two teams in a group, something that also succeeds in the global menswear.