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Auckland/Tāmaki Makaurau to host opening ceremony and opening match at Eden Park on 20 July

Australia’s inaugural fixture against Republic of Ireland on the same day now confirmed to take place at Stadium Australia – Sydney/Gadigal’s largest FIFA Women’s World Cup™ venue

Additional single-match passes for Australia v. Republic of Ireland to go on sale on Friday 24 February 2023 at midday AEDT/02:00 CET at FIFA.com/Tickets


Australia's Group B opener against the Republic of Ireland on Thursday, 20 July has been switched to the 83,500 capacity Stadium Australia in Sydney.

It was originally due to be played at Sydney Football Stadium, which holds almost half as many people, 45,500.

Fifa hopes more than 100,000 fans will attend the event's opening day overall.




Saudi Arabia’s tourist authority is to sponsor football’s Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand this year, despite the country’s history of oppression of women’s rights.

Fifa is expected to confirm that Visit Saudi will join international brands such as Adidas, Coca-Cola and Visa in attaching its name to the 32-team tournament that will kick off in front of an expected 50,000 supporters at Auckland’s Eden Park on 20 July.


It follows a hugely successful spell that saw Shiels and the players make history by qualifying for a first major tournament.

Northern Ireland reach the Euro 2022 finals in England last summer. Although they were knocked out at the group stage, it was considered a watershed moment for the national team and women's football in the country.

Shiels is set to leave despite having one year remaining on his contract. The Irish FA did not comment when contacted by Sky Sports News.


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