The 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup is set to be one of the biggest events in women’s football history. Kicking off on the 20th of July, it will be jointly hosted by Australia and New Zealand - the first time the tournament has been hosted by more than one nation.
32 teams will battle it out over the course of the month, in matches across nine cities, with the opening match taking place in Auckland, New Zealand, and the final being held at Stadium Australia in Sydney.
Whether you’re an Aussie sports buff looking to travel across the ditch to catch some games, or you’re travelling from overseas to witness history in the making, we’ve put together a guide to help you plan a great trip itinerary. You’ll be able to explore everything each host city has to offer whilst catching the games at the same time!