WOMEN'S WORLD CUP 2023
FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023: find out where every team is based
The 32 nations that are gearing up for the global showpiece in Australia and New Zealand all have their Team Base Camp for the event.
The 32 teams competing in the FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia and New Zealand 2023 have all chosen their Team Base Camp sites. Together with the other 29 teams, the three teams making their Women’s World Cup debuts — Haiti, Panama, and Portugal, who secured their berths in the Play-off Round in February — have chosen their Team Base Camps.
Haiti, Panama, and Portugal complete base camps
Haiti has chosen Perth/Boorloo, the capital of Western Australia, where they will be joined by their Group D rivals, Denmark. Panama, on the other hand, has become the second team, after China PR, to select Adelaide/Tarntanya in South Australia as their base. Portugal will be at Mangere Centre Park in Aukland. They’ll stay at the Waipuna Hotel & Conference Centre
With the addition of these new Team Base Camps, there is now a perfect balance, with 16 camps located in Australia and the remaining 16 in Aotearoa New Zealand. The idea of Team Base Camps (TBC) is being implemented for the first time in the Women’s World Cup in 2023, where teams will have a “home away from home” that includes both training facilities and lodging.
Apart from the Team Base Camps, there are also Venue Specific Team Hotels and Venue Specific Training Sites associated with the ten match venues, which will mainly be utilized the day before the match. Additionally, a Referees Base Camp will be established at Sydney Olympic Park in Sydney/Gadigal.
The upcoming Australia & New Zealand 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup is noteworthy for being the first tournament to be jointly hosted, the first to be held in the Southern Hemisphere, and the first to feature 32 teams, an increase from the previous 24 in 2019.
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