2023 Women's Soccer World Cup Intention to invite 8 countries and regions including Japan 15:56 on September 4
The FIFA = International Football Federation announced that eight countries and regions including Japan have announced their intention to invite the next Women's World Cup to be held in 2023 as the number of participating teams has increased to 32.
FIFA decided at the Board of Directors meeting in July to increase the number of participating teams by 8 to 32 teams for the next Women's World Cup in 2023.
Regarding this tournament, as the number of participating teams will increase the burden on the venue, FIFA confirmed with the countries and regions that had shown interest, it was ▽ Japan,
▽ Korea showing interest in co-hosting with North Korea,
▽ Australia has announced that it has become 8 countries and regions.
Bolivia and Belgium withdrew.
Each football association will submit the invitation documents by December, and the venue will be decided in May next year.