FIFA Training Centre to provide comprehensive coverage of FIFA Women's World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023™

FIFA, 14 Jul 2023


The opening game of FIFA Women's World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023™ is now less than a week away. It promises to be the biggest and most competitive Women's World Cup ever – and you can follow all the action in depth with the FIFA Training Centre.

FIFA Women's World Cup Australia & New Zealand kicks off on 20 July, when New Zealand take on Norway. Three hours later, fellow co-hosts Australia will get their campaign underway against the Republic of Ireland. The month-long tournament will be the biggest Women's World Cup ever staged, featuring 32 teams for the first time in the history of the competition. It is also the first Women's World Cup to be co-hosted, and the first major international football tournament to be staged in Oceania, so fans and players alike are guaranteed a unique experience.

As you would expect, the FIFA Training Centre will be providing comprehensive coverage of the tournament, and acting as the hub for FIFA's technical analysis of all the action Down Under. FIFA's Technical Study Group, jointly led by Jill Ellis and Arsène Wenger, will be out in force throughout the tournament, with representatives criss-crossing Australia and New Zealand to attend every single game. Their expert eyes will be ably supported by the FIFA High Performance Team, who will provide the hard data to explain exactly how each match is unfolding.

Over the course of the tournament, the Training Centre will publish a comprehensive range of articles on the dedicated FIFA Women's World Cup webpage, which can be accessed via the link below. They currently feature a series of articles introducing the members of the Technical Study Group, as well as a guide to FIFA's Enhanced Football Intelligence (EFI) metrics. As the competition unfolds, the site will expand to become the perfect one-stop-shop for expert analysis, match reports, and much more. It promises to be a perfect platform for following the biggest, most competitive Women's World Cup ever.

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