The whole 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup guide

The tournament will be jointly hosted by Australia and New Zealand, the first time a Women's World Cup has been held in multiple countries.

The competition will have 32 teams, like the Men's World Cup. This is up from the 2019 tournament's 24 teams.

The final will be played at Sydney Olympic Stadium on August 20, 2023.

The United States is the defending champion, having won the previous two tournaments (2015 and 2019).

Australia Argentina Brazil Canada Chile China PR Colombia Costa Rica England France Germany Ghana Vietnam

Italy Japan Netherlands New Zealand Nigeria Norway Republic of Ireland South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland Thailand

The other teams that have qualified for the tournament are:

The tournament is expected to generate over $500 million in economic activity for Australia and New Zealand.

The tournament will be played in 10 venues across Australia and New Zealand.

The total prize money for the tournament is $60 million, an increase from the $40 million that was awarded in 2019.

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