Stadiums: 2023 Women's World Cup

Adelaide. Hindmarsh Stadium (capacity: 22,000)
Brisbane. Brisbane Stadium (capacity: 52,500)
Melbourne. Melbourne Rectangular Stadium (capacity: 30,500)
Perth. Perth Rectangular Stadium (capacity: 22,500)
Sydney. Stadium Australia (capacity: 83,500), Sydney Football Stadium (capacity: 45,000)

New Zealand:
Auckland. Eden Park (capacity: 50,000)
Dunedin. Dunedin Stadium (capacity: 30,748)
Hamilton. Waikato Stadium (capacity: 25,800)
Wellington. Wellington Stadium (capacity: 34,500)
Note: Eden Park in Auckland will host opener and Stadium Australia in Sydney will host the final.

2 comments about "Stadiums: 2023 Women's World Cup".
  1. Matt Petrik, April 1, 2021 at 10:04 a.m.

    Kiwis will not be amused to see Auckland has moved across the Tasman to Australia.

  2. ThaRef ., April 1, 2021 at 4:59 p.m.

    Nor South Australians to see that Adelaide is now in New Zealand!

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