According to the information released by FIFA, there are 4 units (5 member associations) confirmed to be eligible for the 2023 womens World Cup. They are Brazil football association, Colombia Football Association, Japan Football Association, Australia and New Zealand Football Association (joint bidding). At present, the four bidding units have submitted specific written bidding materials and bidding reports.
FIFA Secretary General Samora said, FIFA has been committed to the fairness, fairness and transparency of the bidding process of the competitions. This is also our solemn commitment to the work of womens football. We must emphasize that FIFA will invest US $1 billion in womens football in the new cycle.
FIFA has revealed that it is in the process of finalizing the specific evaluation report after a comprehensive investigation of all bidding units (member associations). The report will then be published on the FIFA website in early June.
FIFA said that in view of the global warning of the outbreak has not been lifted, the FIFA congress, which was scheduled to be held in Addis Ababa in early June, had to be postponed to the end of the month and conducted online. The voting process for the 2023 womens World Cup bid will also take place at the meeting. FIFA will publicize the results of each round of voting throughout the competition until the host country confirms it.
According to the plan, the size of womens World Cup in 2023 will increase from the previous 24 teams to 32 teams. Although the 2019 FIFA Womens World Cup in France has set a new standard for the event, the FIFA 2023 womens World Cup will further set a new record in terms of the conditions for the event, FIFA said