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Tuesday, August 20, 2019

Belgium among 10 interested in hosting 2023 Women’s World Cup

Belgium among record 10 countries list interested in hosting the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023.

Belgium has become the 10th country and first from Europe to express his interest in bidding for hosting the 2023 Women’s World Cup.

 The FIFA Council last month decided to increase the number of teams taking part in the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 from 24 to 32.

first from Europe Belgium among 10 interested countries in hosting 2023 Women’s World Cup

By submitting an expression of interest, the Belgian Football Association has joined the following nine MAs that were already participating in the bidding process:

A victory for Belgium would produce back-to-back European hosts after France staged this year’s event.

Argentinian Football Association

Football Federation Australia

Bolivian Football Association

Brazilian Football Association

Colombian Football Association

Japan Football Association

Korea Football Association (expressing interest in a joint bid with DPR Korea Football Association)

New Zealand Football

South African Football Association

 All ten MAs have received the overview of the bidding process (including updated high-level hosting requirements) and will have until 2 September 2019 to confirm their participation.

After the 2 September deadline, the following milestones have been defined:

3 September 2019:    FIFA to dispatch the bidding and hosting documents (including updated detailed hosting requirements) to bidding member associations

13 December 2019:    submission of the bid book, the signed hosting agreement and all other hosting and bidding documents to FIFA

January/February 2020:   expected official inspection visits by FIFA

May 2020:    expected appointment date of the host(s) by FIFA

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