The FIFA Women’s 2023 World Cup Kicks Off

New Zealand won for the first time at the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023, defeating Norway by one goal to take first place in group A.

From July 20 to August 20th, the competition is set to take place in Australia and New Zealand.

32 teams are competing in eight groups for the first time at a Women’s World Cup.

France hosted the most recent Women’s World Cup in 2019. where the US women’s national team won the competition by defeating the Netherlands in the championship game to win their fourth championship.

After a shooting incident that rocked New Zealand, the major kickoff on Thursday was overshadowed. As a show of respect, all 22 players for Norway and the host nation wore black arm bands.

Before the opening match of the Women’s World Cup, there was a moment of silence to remember the two persons who had been killed earlier in the host city of Auckland.

The USA, the game’s defending champions, are attempting to make history by winning the championship three times straight.

The United States has advanced to the semifinals in every World Cup since the first one, which took place in 1991.

Since the World Cup’s start in 1991, the USWNT has taken home four of the tournament’s eight titles.

The US won the championship in France without losing a single match, giving up just three goals in seven games.

Women’s football has seen a significant improvement in media coverage.

In nine host cities and 10 stadiums around Australia and New Zealand, the event will be played.

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