FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 Schedule: Full Match Fixtures

Are you looking for the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 schedule? On this page, you will find the 2023 World Cup Football dates, times, locations, matchups, groups, Women’s World Cup Final 2023 details, and more.

The 2023 Women’s World Cup is scheduled to take place in Australia and New Zealand, marking their first time hosting. This is the 9th Women’s World Cup in history, and it will be the largest Women’s football tournament yet, with 32 teams competing across 64 games.

The tournament will kick off on July 20, 2023, in Auckland and conclude on August 20 in Sydney, Australia.”

FIFA Women's World Cup schedule 2023

FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 Schedule/Fixtures

FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 Schedule at a Glance:

  • Opening Ceremony: Thursday, July 20, 2023
  • Group stage: July 20-August 3
  • Round of 16: August 5-8
  • Quarterfinals: August 11-12
  • Semifinals: August 15-16
  • Third-place match: August 19
  • WWC Final: Sunday, August 20

Women’s World Cup Group Stage Schedule

Here is the WWC Group stage fixture by date including Group, Venue and start time. It starts on Thursday, July 20 and ends on Thursday, August 3. In this state total of 48 matches will be played and 16 teams go to the next state (Round of 16).

The competition will begin with an Opening Ceremony and the first game between New Zealand and Norway.

DateGroupFixtureTime (EST)Time (AEST)Time (UTC)Location
Jul 20, 2023ANew Zealand v Norway03:0017:0008:00Eden Park
Jul 20, 2023BAustralia v Republic of Ireland06:0020:0011:00Stadium Australia
Jul 20, 2023BNigeria v Canada22:30 (Jul 19)12:3003:30Melbourne Rectangular Stadium
Jul 21, 2023APhilippines v Switzerland01:0015:0006:00Dunedin Stadium
Jul 21, 2023CSpain v Costa Rica03:3017:3008:30Wellington Regional Stadium
Jul 22, 2023EUnited States v Vietnam21:00 (Jul 21)11:0002:00Eden Park
Jul 22, 2023CZambia v Japan03:0017:0008:00Waikato Stadium
Jul 22, 2023DEngland v Haiti05:3019:3010:30Brisbane Stadium
Jul 22, 2023DDenmark v China08:0020:0013:00Perth Rectangular Stadium
Jul 23, 2023GSweden v South Africa01:0015:0006:00Wellington Regional Stadium
Jul 23, 2023ENetherlands v Portugal03:3017:3008:30Dunedin Stadium
Jul 23, 2023FFrance v Jamaica06:0020:0013:00Sydney Football Stadium
Jul 24, 2023GItaly v Argentina02:0016:0007:00Eden Park
Jul 24, 2023HGermany v Morocco04:3018:3009:30Melbourne Rectangular Stadium
Jul 24, 2023FBrazil v Panama07:3020:3012:30Hindmarsh Stadium
Jul 25, 2023HColombia v South Korea22:00 (Jul 24)12:0003:00Sydney Football Stadium
25 Jul 2023ANew Zealand v Philippines01:3015:3006:30Wellington Regional Stadium
25 Jul 2023ASwitzerland v Norway04:0018:0009:00Waikato Stadium
26 Jul 2023CSpain v Zambia03:3017:3008:30Eden Park
26 Jul 2023CJapan v Costa Rica01:0015:0006:00Dunedin Stadium
26 Jul 2023BCanada v Republic of Ireland08:0020:0013:00Perth Rectangular Stadium
27 Jul 2023EUSA v Netherlands21:0011:0002:00Wellington Regional Stadium
27 Jul 2023EPortugal v Vietnam03:3017:3008:30Waikato Stadium
27 Jul 2023BAustralia v Nigeria06:0020:0011:00Brisbane Stadium
28 Jul 2023DEngland v Denmark04:3018:3009:30Sydney Football Stadium
28 Jul 2023GArgentina v South Africa20:00 (27)10:0001:00Dunedin Stadium
28 Jul 2023DChina v Haiti07:3020:3012:30Hindmarsh Stadium
29 Jul 2023GSweden v Italy03:3017:3008:30Wellington Regional Stadium
29 Jul 2023FFrance v Brazil06:0020:0011:00Brisbane Stadium
29 Jul 2023FPanama v Jamaica08:3018:3013:30Perth Rectangular Stadium
30 Jul 2023HGermany v Colombia05:3019:3010:30Eden Park
30 Jul 2023HSouth Korea v Morocco06:0018:0011:00Hindmarsh Stadium
30 Jul 2023ANorway v Philippines03:0017:0008:00Eden Park
30 Jul 2023ASwitzerland v New Zealand03:0017:0008:00Dunedin Stadium
31 Jul 2023BCanada v Australia06:0020:0011:00Melbourne Rectangular Stadium
31 Jul 2023CJapan v Spain03:0017:0008:00Wellington
31 July, 2023CCosta Rica v Zambia03:0017:0008:00Waikato Stadium
31 July, 2023BRepublic of Ireland v Nigeria06:0020:0011:00Brisbane Stadium
1 Aug, 2023EPortugal v USA03:0017:0008:00Eden Park
1 Aug, 2023EVietnam v Netherlands03:0017:0008:00Dunedin Stadium
1 Aug, 2023DHaiti v Denmark07:0019:0012:00Perth Rectangular Stadium
1 Aug, 2023DChina v England06:3020:3011:30Hindmarsh Stadium
2 Aug, 2023FPanama v France06:0020:0011:00Sydney Football Stadium
2 Aug, 2023FJamaica v Brazil06:0020:0011:00Melbourne Rectangular Stadium
2 Aug, 2023GSouth Africa v Italy03:0017:0008:00Wellington Regional Stadium
2 Aug, 2023GArgentina v Sweden03:0017:0008:00Waikato Stadium
3 Aug, 2023HSouth Korea v Germany06:0020:0011:00Brisbane Stadium
3 Aug, 2023HMorocco v Colombia02:0018:0007:00Perth Rectangular Stadium

World Cup Round of 16 Schedule

World Cup Round of 16 matches starts on Saturday, August 5, and ends on Tuesday, August 8, 2023.

In this state, The top two teams from each group (16 in total) go to the knockout stage and compete in a single-elimination contest. From this round, we get 8 nations for Quarterfinals.

5 Aug, 20231A vs 2C01:0015:0006:00Eden Park
5 Aug, 20231C vs 2A04:0018:0009:00Wellington Regional Stadium
6 Aug, 20231E vs 2G22:00 (5 Aug)12:0003:00Sydney Football Stadium
6 Aug, 20231G vs 2E05:0019:0010:00Melbourne Rectangular Stadium
7 Aug, 20231D vs 2B03:3017:3008:30Brisbane Stadium
7 Aug, 20231B vs 2D06:3020:3011:30Stadium Australia, Sydney
8 Aug, 20231H vs 2F04:0018:0009:00Melbourne Rectangular Stadium
8 Aug, 20231F vs 2H07:0020:3012:00Hindmarsh Stadium

World Cup Quarterfinals Schedule

Fri, Aug. 11QF1: 1A/2C vs 1E/2G03:3017:3008:30Sky Stadium, Wellington
Fri, Aug. 11QF2: 1C/2A vs 1G/2E21:00 (10 Aug)11:3002:00Eden Park, Auckland
Sat, Aug. 12QF3: 1B/2D vs 1F/2H03:0017:0008:00Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
Sat, Aug. 12QF4: 1D/2B vs 1H/2F06:3020:3012:30Location

World Cup Semifinals Schedule

DateMatchTime (EST)Time (AEST)Time (UTC)Location
Tue, Aug. 15QF1 vs. QF204:0018:0009:00Eden Park, Auckland
Wed, Aug. 16QF3 vs. QF406:0020:0011:00Accor Stadium, Sydney

WC 3rd Place Match Schedule

DateMatchTime (EST)Time (AEST)Time (UTC)Stadium
Sat, Aug. 19Semifinal losers04:0018:0009:00Brisbane Stadium

World Cup Final Schedule

DateMatchTime (EST)Time (AEST)Time (UTC)Stadium
Sun, Aug. 20Semifinal winners06:0020:0011:00Accor Stadium, Sydney

2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup: Everything you need to know

Here are the important facts and information that you need to know before watching or attending the venue:

When and Where is the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup Taking Place?

The tournament will be held from July 20th to August 20th, 2023, and will be hosted by Australia and New Zealand. This marks the first time the Women’s World Cup is being held in the Southern Hemisphere and the first time two countries co-host it.

How Many Groups Are Participating in the 2023 Women’s World Cup?

The 32 teams competing in the tournament will be divided into 8 groups, each consisting of 4 teams.

What are the venues for the Women’s World Cup 2023?

The 2023 Women’s World Cup will kick off in Auckland and the final will be hosted in Sydney. FIFA has confirmed ten stadiums in nine host cities across Australia and New Zealand for the tournament, taking place from July 23 to August 20, 2023.

The Sydney Football Stadium will host six group games, and Stadium Australia in Sydney will host a Round of 16 match, quarter-final, semi-final, and final.

Group games in Australia will take place in Brisbane (five matches), Melbourne (four matches), and Adelaide (four matches).

Group games in New Zealand will be held in Auckland (six matches), Wellington (seven matches), Dunedin (six matches), and Hamilton (five matches).

Brisbane will host a quarter-final and the third place playoff. Other quarter-final host cities are Sydney, Wellington, and Auckland. The semi-finals will be held at Auckland’s Eden Park and Sydney’s Stadium Australia.

What is the cost of FIFA Women’s World Cup Tickets?

Tickets for the 2023 Women’s World Cup start from $15 for kids and $30 for adults for individual matches. The final is slightly pricier, with tickets starting from $20 for children and $40 for adults.

Team and stadium packages are also available, such as an Australian home team pass, which covers the Matildas’ three group games, starting from $35 for kids and $70 for adults, with top category one adult passes priced at $200. The Sydney Football Stadium pass, which includes seven matches, the most of any venue, starts from $80 for kids and $160 for adults.

All prices are listed in Australian Dollars (AUD), regardless of the location of the fans.

Which channel is broadcasting the FIFA Women’s World Cup?

The FIFA Women’s World Cup will be broadcast globally through different broadcasters in different countries. In the US, Fox and Telemundo will air 64 matches.

In the UK, BBC and ITV will cover the tournament on TV, online streaming platforms, and radio. Bell Media’s TSN, RDS, and CTV will provide coverage in Canada.

Optus Sport and Seven Network are responsible for coverage in Australia. Check The full list of broadcasters.

When is the Opening Ceremony for the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup?

The opening ceremony is scheduled to start 1/2 hour before the opening match between New Zealand and Norway. The exact start time will be updated once it is officially announced.

When and where is the Women’s World Cup final match taking place?

The 2023 Women’s World Cup final match will be held at Stadium Australia in Sydney on Sunday, August 20, 2023.

Whether you support a team or not, it will be an exciting tournament for all players involved. Check the schedule on this page so you don’t miss any action.