Women’s World Cup 2023 Australia & New Zealand

12 Aug - 21 Aug

Final & Semi Finals Tour


New Zealand

10 days

from US$ 7430

21 July - 2 August 2023

Follow USA

New Zealand

Early Bird Deal

13 days

from US$ 6890

20 July - 2 August 2023

Follow Canada


Early Bird Deal

14 days

from US$ 8495

21 July - 3 August 2023

Follow England


Early Bird Deal

14 days

from US$ 8495

20 July - 4 August

2023 Women's World Cup - Follow Your Team!

New Zealand

Australia, NSW

13-14 days

from US$ 6890

23 July - 4 August 2023

Follow Germany



13 days

from US$ 7500


The Best Tours for Women's World Cup


Group A: New Zealand (hosts), Norway, Philippines, Switzerland

Group C: Spain, Costa-Rica, Zambia, Japan

Group E: USA, Vietnam, Netherlands, G-A playoff winner

Group G: Sweden, South Africa, Italy, Argentina


Group B: Australia (hosts), Rep. Ireland, Nigeria, Canada

Group D: England, G-B playoff winner, Denmark, China PR

Group F: France, Jamaica, Brazil, G-C playoff winner

Group H: Germany, Morocco, Colombia, Korea Republic


5 Aug Auckland 1A-2C(1) and Wellington 1C-2A(2)

6 Aug Sydney 1E-2G(3) and Melbourne 1G-2E(4)

7 Aug Sydney 1B-2D(5) and Brisbane 1D-2B(6)

8 Aug Melbourne 1H-2F(8) and Adelaide 1F-2H(7)


11 Aug Auckland 2-4(B) and Wellington 1-3(A)

12 Aug Sydney 6-8(D) and Brisbane 5-7(C)


15 Aug Auckland A-B

16 Aug Sydney C-D

3rd place 19 Aug Brisbane


20 Aug Sydney

The Event

The first event of such scale in the Southern Hemisphere, the 9th Women's Cup will be co-hosted by Australia and New Zealand. It will also be the largest ever female football competition with as many as 32 teams qualified. The same number of teams participated in Qatar's men's competition in 2022. The opening match is set to be played in Auckland on 20 July (New Zealand vs Norway). Team USA is the defending champion. The Final will be played on 20 August in Sydney.

There are still 3 places left in the schedule. The remaining qualifications games (The inter-confederation play-offs) will be hosted 18 -23 Feb 2023 in New Zealand. 10 fantastic teams from 6 Confederations (Portugal, Chile, Chinese Taipei, Papua New Guinea, Thailand, Paraguay, Haiti, Panama, Cameroon and Senegal) will compete in just over a month!

All the teams competing in the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 will use dedicated Team Base Camps - and that's something new for the female soccer competition. A Team Base Camp is a ‘home away from home’ for teams and includes a training site and accommodation.This successful Trans-Tasman bid provides Australia and New Zealand an incredible opportunity to promote female sport both domestically and on international level; and deliver an amazing tournament.


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