2023wwc

W-League, A-League set for world-first equal marketing split

W-League, A-League set for world-first equal marketing split

FFA are reportedly prioritising equality in marketing expenditure between the W-League and A-League in the lead up to the 2023 Women's World Cup. 22 Oct 2020
2023 World Cup host cities named as FIFA selection begins

2023 World Cup host cities named as FIFA selection begins

FIFA has begun the process of vetting the 12 possible Australian and New Zealand host cities for the Matildas and Football Ferns' 2023 Women's World Cup on home soil. 20 Oct 2020
Remember the first (and last) time the world's greatest footballers came to Australia?

Remember the first (and last) time the world's greatest footballers came to Australia?

Before the A-League, W-League, Matildas and Socceroos' modern era all revolutionised football in Australia, 20 years ago, Australia welcomed the best footballers in the world. With the Matildas set to star at the Tokyo 2021 Olympics and then host the 2023 Women's World Cup, it begs the question...what was it like to host the best female footballers in the world in Sydney 2000? 29 Sep 2020
FFA, DFAT report sponsorship boom ahead of 2023 World Cup

FFA, DFAT report sponsorship boom ahead of 2023 World Cup

The 2023 Women's World Cup is set to provide a huge financial windfall, according to the Australian government's Department of Food, Agriculture and Trade report. 9 Sep 2020
Why New Zealand was 'absolutely crucial' to winning World Cup hosting

Why New Zealand was 'absolutely crucial' to winning World Cup hosting

The woman behind the 2023 Women's World Cup hosting campaign has revealed just how integral New Zealand was to securing the votes. 27 Aug 2020
Watch! Sam Kerr fronts Australia's 2023 World Cup bid

Watch! Sam Kerr fronts Australia's 2023 World Cup bid

Matildas hero Sam Kerr is the face of the new campaign video for Australia's bid to host the 2023 Women's World Cup - check it out now. 21 May 2019
Millions needed for Women's World Cup bid

Millions needed for Women's World Cup bid

FFA chief executive David Gallop says bidding for the 2023 Women's World Cup is a worthwhile investment even if it will require substantial government funding. 21 May 2019