2023 FIFA Women's World Cup

July 27, 2023

Currently underway across Australia and New Zealand, the FIFA Women's World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023™ is undoubtedly capturing the hearts of millions globally. The World Cup, featuring an expanded format of 32 teams, represents not only a celebration of athleticism and competition but also a pivotal moment for gender equality and the empowerment of women in the sporting arena.

Australia's historic co-hosting of the World Cup in 2023 demonstrates a strong commitment to fostering women’s participation in sport and will undoubtedly inspire the next generation of football talent. The event also extends beyond the sporting realm - influencing societal perceptions and norms by challenging gender bias, breaking down barriers, and stimulating conversation about equality and representation. Events like the FIFA Women’s World Cup broadcasted across our screens along with the hype generated in the media and the broader community will empower women and girls to pursue their passions unapologetically, instilling a sense of confidence and self-belief that transcends sports and impacts various aspects of life.

We Are Phoenix ave loved watching the live coverage of the FIFA Women’s World Cup so far and we wish the Matildas the best of luck tonight against Nigeria.Images credit: Sporting News, Herald Sun, Secret Sydney