Picture : Carli Lloyd, IFFHS Legend Player, was one of the star guests of the draw.
- 29 out of 32 teams have qualified for the finals so far
- World Cup to be played between 20 July and 20 August 2023
The draw for the 2023 Women's World Cup is complete, and we know that , at Auckland's Eden Park on 20 July.
, while World Cup holders the USWNT kick their tournament off against Vietnam, who are also making their first finals appearance.
A reminder that the final three spots at the World Cup will be decided in the inter-confederation playoffs in February. Those playoffs will be split into three mini-knockout tournaments dubbed Group A, Group B and Group C.
Portugal, Cameroon and Thailand are in Group A; Chile, Senegal and Haiti are in Group B ; Chinese Taipei, Paraguay, Papua New Guinea and Panama are in Group C.