FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 Live Score: Today Matches Results

Here we provide FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 live scores, today’s fixtures, recent results, the comprehensive tournament timetable, or the current team rankings.

Join us as we delve into the captivating action of the most prestigious tournament in women’s football, hosted this time by Australia and New Zealand. Stay connected, and don’t miss out on any of the thrilling moments from this football spectacle.

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Women’s Football World Cup 2023 Facts: You Want to Know

FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 match will happen on Thursday, 20 July and end on 20 August Sunday.

What’s new in the Women’s World Cup 2023 Format?

For the first time in the history of the Women’s World Cup, the 2023 edition is set to feature an enlarged participant pool, with 32 teams competing. This shows an increase of eight teams compared to the previous tournament.

This expansion translates into an all-time high of 64 matches that will be staged across various venues in Australia and New Zealand.

In another shift from the 2019 format, the tournament in 2023 has been restructured to include two additional groups. Consequently, only the top two teams from each group will earn the ticket to advance to the knockout stages. This differs from the 2019 format, where the four best-performing teams that ranked third in their groups also progressed to the Round of 16.

Here is the schedule for the tournament stages:

Group Stage: July 20-August 3
Round of 16: August 5-8
Quarterfinals: August 11-12
Semifinals: August 15-16
Third-place Playoff: August 19
Final: August 20

The changes in the tournament format promise a more competitive event and an even more exciting viewing experience for the fans in 2023.

When are the kick-off times for the Women’s World Cup matches in Australia and New Zealand?

The Women’s World Cup 2023 matches will commence at different times to accommodate fans across various time zones. The tournament schedule, released by FIFA, ensures that games are staggered throughout the group stage.

Set to occur during the winter months in Australia and New Zealand, the tournament timing will be perfect to avoid any issues related to excessive daytime heat.

Here’s a concise table displaying the kick-off times for the matches in different venues, adjusted for both USA & Canada (Eastern Daylight Time, EDT) and the UK (British Summer Time, BST):

VenueUSA & Canada (EDT)UK (BST)
Adelaide (AUS)-13.5 hours-8.5 hours
Auckland (NZL)-16 hours-11 hours
Brisbane (AUS)-14 hours-9 hours
Dunedin (NZL)-16 hours-11 hours
Hamilton (NZL)-16 hours-11 hours
Melbourne (AUS)-14 hours-9 hours
Perth (AUS)-12 hours-7 hours
Sydney (AUS)-14 hours-9 hours
Wellington (NZL)-16 hours-11 hours

To watch the matches, fans can adjust the kickoff times according to their local time zones by adding or subtracting the time differences listed above.

When and Where is the Opening Ceremony?

The opening ceremony of the Women’s World Cup 2023 will unfold at Eden Park, New Zealand, on 20 July 2023. This venue will also host the inaugural match of the tournament, with the co-hosts, New Zealand, taking the field.

Apart from the opening match, Eden Park is set to host six other Group Matches, a Round of 16 clash, a Quarter-final, and one of the two Semi-finals.

The opening ceremony is anticipated to commence 2 hours before the start of New Zealand vs Norway match, which means it will begin at 1:00 am Eastern Time or 17:00 New Zealand Standard Time (NZST).

When is the Women’s World Cup final?

The grand finale of the Women’s World Cup 2023 is scheduled for Sunday, 20 August 2023. This climactic match will take place at the Stadium Australia, promising a spectacular end to a month-long football fest.

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