FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023™

Be part of an unmissable football experience when the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™ comes to Melbourne this winter. Be here as the global stars of women's football battle it out over six matches at the Melbourne Rectangular Stadium, from 21 July to 8 August, including two Round of 16 matches.

The FIFA Women's World Cup 2023™ tournament takes place every four years and, for the first time, will be staged at nine host cities across Australia and New Zealand, from 20 July to 20 Aug 2023.

Melbourne will host some of the sport's brightest talents from seven of 32 countries to qualify for this year's championship.

See Germany (ranked 2nd) kick off against Morocco on Monday 24 July, before Australia take on fellow top-10 team Canada, on home turf, on 31 July. Don't miss Nigeria play against Canada, and Australia's Cup of Nations rivals Jamaica compete against Brazil.

Australia's Matildas are in epic form, claiming this year's Cup of Nations victory against Jamaica in February, and following a recent win against England, ending the European Champions' 30-game unbeaten run. Will 2023 be the year our Matildas finally take home the trophy?

Book your tickets in advance and make sure you don't miss out!

See here, for venue access information.

Check out the official Digital Fan Guide.

FIFA Fan Festival™

Catch all the off-pitch action and soak in the atmosphere at Melbourne's FIFA Women's World Cup Fan Festival 2023™. Located in the heart of the CBD at Federation Square, within easy reach of Melbourne Rectangular Stadium.

Get amongst it, support and celebrate the players that make this tournament so special. The Fan Festival is your chance to revel in the excitement of the entire FIFA Women's World Cup 2023™.

Experience a vibrant program of live performances, settle in for a drink and bite to eat with prime game viewing on an outdoor screen, or practice your skills at Football Experience Zones and try out interactive goalie training or penalty shootouts. 

Whether you’re a fan or a newbie to the game, come on down and live it up from 20 July to 20 August at Fed Square.

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