NZ, Australia kind bid to co-host 2023 Ladies’s FIFA World Cup – report

NZ, Australia form bid to co-host 2023 Women's FIFA World Cup - report

Australia and New Zealand have reportedly opted to hitch forces in an 11th-hour settlement to enter a bid to host the 2023 Ladies’s FIFA World Cup earlier than the entry deadline on Friday.

Australia’s Samantha Kerr, left, heads the ball previous New Zealand’s Rebekah Stott throughout their Cup of Nations.
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The Sydney Morning Herald studies Soccer Federation Australia deserted their plans to bid for the match alone and have as an alternative partnered with New Zealand Soccer in an try and safe rights to the expanded 32-team match in 4 years’ time. The elevated dimension of the match reportedly wasn’t the driving issue behind the Australians’ determination to search for a partnership; they as an alternative believed the partnership was merely their finest probability of successful the votes wanted to host the occasion. The joint bid will go up in opposition to entrance runners Colombia and Japan with 37 members of FIFA’s government committee deciding who will get the match. Brazil and Argentina are additionally bidding for the World Cup. The trans-Tasman bid consists of plans to host the ultimate in Sydney with the newly-renovated stadium in Olympic Park, which seats 75,000, the doubtless host venue. Different Australian venues reportedly named within the bid embrace high NRL places reminiscent of Bankwest Stadium in Parramatta and AAMI Park in Melbourne. The New Zealand venues haven’t been revealed nevertheless it is understood Auckland, Wellington, Hamilton, Dunedin and Christchurch are all potential places. The successful bid will not be identified till subsequent Might when FIFA’s government committee votes.

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