Get ready for the Women’s World Cup 2023 Group A, where New Zealand, Norway, Philippines, and Switzerland will face off in an exciting set of matches. Check out the schedule and fixtures to ensure you don’t miss any of the action.
Group A Teams
The Women’s World Cup is a thrilling event that takes place every four years, and the 2023 tournament promises to be no exception. In this article, we’ll be focusing on Group A, which includes four exciting teams: New Zealand, Norway, Philippines, and Switzerland. These teams will be battling it out in a series of matches, and we’ve got all the details you need to know about the schedule and fixtures.
New Zealand is the host country for the 2023 Women’s World Cup, and they’ll be looking to make a statement on home soil. The Football Ferns, as they’re known, are currently ranked 22nd in the world and have made it to the knockout stages of the tournament twice before. Led by experienced coach Tom Sermanni, New Zealand will be hoping to capitalize on the support of their home fans and make a deep run in the competition.
Norway is a storied footballing nation, with a rich history in both the men’s and women’s game. The Norwegian women’s team, known as the Grasshoppers, are ranked 13th in the world and have twice been champions of the European Championship. They’ve also had success in the World Cup, finishing as runners-up in 1991 and 1995. Led by coach Martin Sjogren, Norway will be looking to make a statement in Group A.
The Philippines women’s team, known as the Malditas, may not have the same level of experience or pedigree as some of their Group A opponents, but they’ll be hoping to make a splash on the world stage. The team is currently ranked 68th in the world and is led by coach Buda Bautista. This will be the first time the Philippines has ever qualified for the Women’s World Cup, and they’ll be looking to make the most of their opportunity.
Switzerland is a rising force in women’s football, with the national team currently ranked 13th in the world. They’ve qualified for the past three European Championships and have made it to the knockout stages in two of those tournaments. The Swiss women’s team, known as the Nati, will be led by coach Nils Nielsen and will be hoping to cause some upsets in Group A.
Group A Match Schedule
Here’s a look at the schedule and fixtures for Group A:
|Date||Match||Time (AEST)||Time (ET)||City|
|Thu, July 20||New Zealand vs. Norway||17:00||03:00||Auckland (NZL)|
|Fri, July 21||Philippines vs. Switzerland||15:00||01:00||Dunedin (NZL)|
|Tue, July 25||New Zealand vs. Philippines||15:30||01:30||Wellington (NZL)|
|Tue, July 25||Switzerland vs. Norway||18:00||04:00||Hamilton (NZL)|
|Sun, July 30||Switzerland vs. New Zealand||17:00||03:00||Dunedin (NZL)|
|Sun, July 30||Norway vs. Philippines||17:00||03:00||Auckland (NZL)|