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Italian legend urges FIFA to choose Aus / NZ World Cup bid

Italian legend urges FIFA to choose Aus / NZ World Cup bid

Italy’s legendary striker Carolina Morace has given Australia and New Zealand her full support to host the 2023 Women’s World Cup. 22 Jun 2020
Hosting a World Cup will 'accelerate our game like nothing else'

Hosting a World Cup will 'accelerate our game like nothing else'

The general manager of Australia and New Zealand's World Cup bid has spoken about both the logistics and expected ramifications of winning the hosting rights. 14 Jun 2020
Nikou: Legacy potential boosting Aus/NZ Women's World Cup bid

Nikou: Legacy potential boosting Aus/NZ Women's World Cup bid

FFA Chairman Chris Nikou believes the legacy that a Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand would leave on South East Asia and the Pacific has the trans-Tasman bid well placed in the race to win the rights to stage the tournament.  12 Jun 2020
States face off over Home of the Matildas

States face off over Home of the Matildas

Football Victoria believes the first stage of their Home of the Matildas could be complete before Australia and New Zealand potentially host the Women's World Cup in 2023. 11 Jun 2020
Govt committed to 2023 WWC bid: Johnson

Govt committed to 2023 WWC bid: Johnson

FFA CEO James Johnson says government support for the Australia-New Zealand joint bid to host the 2023 Women's World Cup is strong despite the COVID-19 crisis. 9 Jun 2020
Jacinda Ardern a boost for Women’s World Cup bid

Jacinda Ardern a boost for Women’s World Cup bid

Melbourne City's Kiwi star Rebekah Stott says New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Arden has been very supportive of the joint Women's World Cup bid for 2023. 22 May 2020
WATCH! The best Matildas goals of all time

WATCH! The best Matildas goals of all time

On countless occasions, the Matildas have showcased some amazing goals in major tournaments. 17 May 2020
Date for fate of Aus/NZ 2023 WWC bid

Date for fate of Aus/NZ 2023 WWC bid

FIFA's ruling council will make a decision on the 2023 Women's World Cup host on June 25, with Australia and New Zealand's joint bid among the four candidates. 16 May 2020
Morri: A lesson for golf

Morri: A lesson for golf

What lessons might there be for golf – and the role of women in the game – from the extraordinary success of the Women’s T20 World Cup? 9 Mar 2020
Joint Australian New Zealand bid for 2023 World Cup

Joint Australian New Zealand bid for 2023 World Cup

The Australian and New Zealand Governments today launched an historic joint bid to bring the FIFA Women’s World Cup to the Southern Hemisphere for the first time. 13 Dec 2019
WA joins Women's World Cup bid

WA joins Women's World Cup bid

Victoria, Queensland, NSW, South Australia and WA will all host games if Australia wins the right to host the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup. 30 Nov 2019
2023 World Cup bid set to team up with New Zealand

2023 World Cup bid set to team up with New Zealand

Australia and New Zealand are continuing talks to host the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup, with FFA chairman Chris Nikou saying a joint bid makes sense. 19 Nov 2019
Asian Champions League and Women's Asian Cup set to expand

Asian Champions League and Women's Asian Cup set to expand

The growth of Asian football is set to continue along at a rapid pace, with the Asian Football Confederation announcing the expansion of both the Asian Champions League and AFC Women’s Asian Cup. 27 Oct 2019
Queensland backs Australia's 2023 WWC bid

Queensland backs Australia's 2023 WWC bid

Football Federation Australia has acknowledged and thanked the Queensland Government for backing their bid to host the 2023 Women's World Cup. 29 Sep 2019
Reds fury at World Cup snub

Reds fury at World Cup snub

Adelaide United chiefs have demanded the South Australian State Government backtrack on a reported decision to snub Australia's bid for the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup. 6 Aug 2019
FFA backs 32-team World Cup

FFA backs 32-team World Cup

FFA have thrown their support behind FIFA's decision to expand the 2023 World Cup to 32 teams, reconfirming their eagerness to host the tournament. 1 Aug 2019