FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 Schedule

The FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 is one of the most highly anticipated sporting events in the world, and it is set to take place from July 20 to August 20, 2023. This exciting tournament will see the best women’s soccer teams from around the globe compete against each other for the coveted title of world champion.

The tournament promises to be a showcase of skill, athleticism, and sportsmanship, as these world-class athletes battle it out on the field. With the schedule now announced, fans of women’s soccer around the world can begin to mark their calendars and make plans to catch all the action as it unfolds.

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FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 Schedule

Here is the complete schedule for FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023.

DateMatchesTime (ET)Venue
20th July 2023New Zealand vs. Norway3 AMEden Park
20th July 2023Australia vs. Ireland6 AMSydney Football Stadium
20th July 2023Nigeria vs Canada10.30 PMMelbourne Rectangular Stadium
21st July 2023Philippines vs. Switzerland1 AMDunedin Stadium
21st July 2023Spain vs. Costa Rica3:30 PMMelbourne Rectangular Stadium
21st July 2023USA vs Vietnam9 PMWellington Regional Stadium
22nd July 2023Zambia vs. Japan3 AMWaikato Stadium
22nd July 2023England vs. Playoff Winner5:30 AMBrisbane Stadium
22nd July 2023Denmark vs. China PR8 AMPerth Rectangular Stadium
23rd July 2023Sweden vs. South Africa1 AMDunedin Stadium
23rd July 2023Netherlands vs. Group A Play-off Winner3.30 AMSydney Football Stadium
23rd July 2023France vs. Jamaica6 AMWellington Regional Stadium
24th July 2023Italy vs. Argentina2 AMHindmarsh Stadium
24th July 2023Germany vs. Morocco4:30 AMEden Park
24th July 2023Brazil vs. Group C Play-off Winner7 AMMelbourne Rectangular Stadium
24th July 2023Colombia vs. Korea Republic10 PMSydney Football Stadium
25th July 2023New Zealand vs.Philippines1:30 AMWellington Regional Stadium
25th July 2023Switzerland vs. Norway4 AMWaikato Stadium
26th July 2023Japan vs. Costa Rica1 AMPerth Rectangular Stadium
26th July 2023Spain vs. Zambia3.30 AMEden Park
26th July 2023Canada vs. Ireland8 AMDunedin Stadium
26th July 2023USA vs. Netherlands9 PMBrisbane Stadium
27th July 2023Group A Play-off Winner vs. Vietnam3.30 AMWellington Regional Stadium
27th July 2023Australia vs. Nigeria6 AMWaikato Stadium
27th July 2023Argentina vs. South Africa8 PMSydney Football Stadium
28th July 2023England vs. Denmark4.30 AMHindmarsh Stadium
28th July 2023China PR vs. Group B Play-off Winner7 AMDunedin Stadium
29th July 2023Sweden vs. Italy3.30 AMBrisbane Stadium
29th July 2023France vs. Brazil6 AMPerth Rectangular Stadium
29th July 2023Group C Play-off Winner vs. Jamaica8.30 AMWellington Regional Stadium
30th July 2023Korea Republic vs. Morocco12.30 AMSydney Football Stadium
30th July 2023Germany vs. Colombia5 AMHindmarsh Stadium
30th July 2023Norway vs. Philippines3 AMDunedin Stadium
30th July 2023Switzerland vs. New Zealand3 AMEden Park
31st July 2023Japan vs. Spain3 AMMelbourne Rectangular Stadium
31st July 2023Costa Rica vs. Zambia3 AMBrisbane Stadium
31st July 2023Republic of Ireland vs. Nigeria6 AMWellington Regional Stadium
31st July 2023Canada vs. Australia6 AMWaikato Stadium
1st August 2023Vietnam vs. Netherlands3 AMHindmarsh Stadium
1st August 2023Group A Play-off Winner vs. USA3 AMPerth Rectangular Stadium
1st August 2023China PR vs. England7 AMEden Park
1st August 2023Group B Play-off Winner vs. Denmark7 AMDunedin Stadium
2nd August 2023Argentina vs. Sweden3 AMSydney Football Stadium
2nd August 2023South Africa vs. Italy3 AMMelbourne Rectangular Stadium
2nd August 2023Group C Play-off Winner vs. France6 AMWaikato Stadium
2nd August 2023Jamaica vs. Brazil6 AMWellington Regional Stadium
3rd August 2023Morocco vs. Colombia6 AMBrisbane Stadium
3rd August 2023Korea Republic vs. Germany6 AMPerth Rectangular Stadium

The FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 is sure to be a thrilling event for fans of women’s soccer around the world. With the tournament scheduled to take place from July 20 to August 20, 2023, fans can look forward to a month-long celebration of the sport, featuring some of the world’s best teams and players. Whether you’re a die-hard soccer fan or simply enjoy watching elite athletes compete at the highest level, the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 is an event not to be missed. So mark your calendars, clear your schedules, and get ready to cheer on your favorite teams as they battle it out for the ultimate prize in women’s soccer.

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