Your FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™ experience starts here. Australia and New Zealand have been awarded the illustrious hosting rights and will begin preparations to stage the biggest and best FIFA Women’s World Cup™ to date. And you can be there, a part of the action at twelve host cities across Australia and New Zealand. Sign up now for Priority Access!Read moreRead less
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Australia and New Zealand will co-host one of the world’s biggest and most exciting events in 2023, FIFA Women’s World Cup™. The event will be a platform for empowering women and girls across the globe and will showcase the best of the two host countries, while enabling travellers a chance to explore something new and to get behind their teams and heroes on the world’s biggest stage.Read moreRead less
This will be the ninth edition of FIFA Women’s World Cup™. The inaugural World Cup was held in 1991 in China, where the United States made their mark. The most recent World Cup took place in France in 2019, where the United States won their fourth title and cemented themselves as the most successful women’s soccer nation ever.
Chris Nikou, President of Football Federation Australia and Johanna Wood, President of New Zealand Football have declared the 2023 World Cup™ “an opportunity to deliver the greatest ever FIFA Women’s World Cup™”. They plan on leaving a legacy for the Asia-Pacific region and aim to make every team and supporter feel at home, while securing an unprecedented level of investment that will grow the women’s game in years to follow.
Here at Events Travel, we’ve been helping fans feel at home at the world’s biggest events since 1993. We specialise in creating unforgettable travel experiences and partner directly with the world’s biggest events to give our customers access to tickets, hospitality and more. We look forward to being a part of FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™ and inviting residents from Australia and New Zealand to explore somewhere new. We can’t wait to welcome international visitors to visit twelve host cities across Australia and New Zealand for what will be one of the greatest events to be held down under.
We hope you’ll join us!
Event information including maps, schedules, teams and important travel information for FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™ Australia and New Zealand will be available here in due course.
What’s on offer from Events Travel?
The next edition of the exciting FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™ will be co-hosted by Australia and New Zealand. Often the bitterest of rivals, the two nations regularly come together as antipodean siblings, isolated from most of the world and share many cultural similarities, yet have their noticeable differences. The Women’s World Cup will be held in twelve cities across both countries, with major capital cities to host big matches and a few smaller regional cities expected to get their share of the fun too.
For Australian and New Zealand locals, we encourage you to venture out of your city to see a match and to try something new. If you decide to get involved with the World Cup, we look forward to being part of your journey across the Tasman to Australia or New Zealand or wherever you’re headed.
If you’re an international visitor, make sure to use your time wisely and visit multiple cities across both countries to enjoy the unique cultures of Australia and New Zealand, with diverse natural attractions, bustling cities and plenty of cultural sites old and new. Australia and New Zealand are at your disposal for the upcoming Women’s World Cup™, it’s now up to you to make the most of it!
Australian Dollars and New Zealand Dollars
FIFA Women’s World Cup™ is scheduled for July-August 2023, across twelve host cities in Australia and New Zealand. Given the geographical spread of host cities, climates will vary dramatically. Keep in mind July and August are winter months for both countries, so expect cool weather in Australia’s southern cities and New Zealand; with warm to mild weather in Australia’s northern cities. Here are the averages for some of the host cities during the month of July:
Average low/high temperature for July:
Revised 22 June 2020
Events Travel’s COVID-19 Global Pandemic Statement
In these extraordinary times, we hope you are staying safe and well.
We are optimistic about travel opening up domestically in the next few months within Australia and travel to New Zealand permitted in September. After this, we expect travel to open within the Asia-Pacific region and globally by early 2021.
As such, our full range of packages, tours and services are now on sale for events taking place after 8 October 2020. In addition, events taking place in 2021 and 2022 are now on sale (such as The 150th Open Championship).
All events are pending Government travel restrictions, as well as general health and safety notices published by DFAT Smartraveller. If an event is cancelled, postponed or spectator free due to COVID-19, customers can choose to use their booking payments as credit to the rescheduled event or receive a full refund less a booking fee. This booking fee varies by event. Full details are available within our Booking Terms and Conditions.
We hope that this new policy provides you with reassurance and confidence when booking your sports travel experience with Events Travel.
If you have any questions about this, please feel free to contact any of our team, who look forward to speaking with you soon.
Stay safe and well,
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