2023 FIFA Women's World Cup
|Teams||24 (expected) (from 6 confederations)|
|Venue(s)||TBA (in TBA host cities)|
The 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup will be the 9th edition of the FIFA Women's World Cup, the quadrennial international women's football championship contested by the national teams of the member associations of FIFA. The tournament will involve 24 national teams, including that of the host nation, assuming the current format of the finals is maintained.
The following countries have indicated interest in bidding:
- After successfully staging the 2015 AFC Asian Cup, speculation that Football Federation Australia (FFA) would bid to host the 2023 Women's World Cup intensified. A joint announcement was made by the Federal Government and the FFA on 13 June 2017. The Government will provide initial funding worth $1 million, with a further $4 million to be made available should it be satisfied the bid has a chance of being successful. Then Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said in a statement, "I am delighted we are supporting a bid for the 2023 Women's World Cup...The Matildas are wonderful role models for young women and girls right across Australia. It would be fantastic to have the Matildas playing to win the Women's World Cup on home soil." The bid was officially launched on 29 October 2018, with the slogan "#GetOnside" and urging all supporters of the bid to show their support at AusBid2023.com.
- On 4 June 2018, The South African Football Association announced that they will bid for the event of 2023. Having previously hosted the 2010 FIFA World Cup, it is hoping to play host to the first ever Women's World Cup held in the African continent. South Africa agreed to officially launch their bid after they qualified for the Women's World Cup for the first time in 2019 on 3 December 2018.
Expressed interest in bidding
- Japan – The Japan Football Association (JFA) had originally planned to bid for the 2019 tournament, but in December 2013, decided to bid only in 2023 to avoid conflict with the 2019 Rugby World Cup and the 2020 Summer Olympics. JFA Vice President Kozo Tashima commented on a potential 2023 World Cup making use of the facilities that will be renovated for the Olympics, saying "the new National Stadium will be available for us to use, and we can hold a much better tournament then".
- Thailand – In mid-2015, following Thailand's debut appearance in the Women's World Cup, president of the Football Association of Thailand, Worawi Makudi, announced that Thailand would consider placing a bid to host the 2023 tournament.
- New Zealand — Prior to their hosting of the 2015 FIFA U-20 World Cup, New Zealand officials expressed interest in bidding for the hosting rights of the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup. FIFA's director of tournaments, Colin Smith, called New Zealand a "major contender" to host the Women's World Cup should they bid.
- Colombia – The Executive Committee of the Colombian Football Federation, headed by its president Ramon Jesurum Franco, presented on Tuesday, 23 August before the FIFA president, Gianni Infantino interest to formalize the candidacy of Colombia as host country of the Women's World Cup FIFA 2023. Colombia has previously hosted the 2011 FIFA U-20 World Cup and the 2016 FIFA Futsal World Cup  In 2017 the Colombian Women's Football League played its first season. One of the requirements to host the World Cup is to have a national women's league.
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