October 17 – Portugal will have to defeat Cameroon or Thailand to ensure their presence at the 2023 Women’s World Cup following the draw for the playoffs, which will decide the final three spots for the global finals.
September 9 – Europe’s last contenders for a spot in the 2023 Women’s World Cup have learned their fate in the draw for the playoffs.
July 20 – July 2022 will likely go down in women’s international football history as the month that changed the women’s game forever.
July 15 – Morocco, Zambia, South Africa and Nigeria will represent Africa at the 2023 World Cup, with the losing quarter-finalists at the Africa Cup of Nations condemned to the playoff route.
April 28 – Football Australia has unveiled the first ambassadors for its Legacy ’23 programme that will leverage the Women’s World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023 to raise awareness and advocacy for a number of initiatives.
April 7 – The Walt Disney Company is to produce a six-part documentary series covering the Australian women’s team, the Matildas, as they build up for their home Women’s World Cup in 2023 which is being co-hosted with New Zealand.
February 7 – Vietnam beat Chinese Taipei 2-1 in their playoff tie in India on Sunday to qualify for their first ever Women’s World Cup finals Australia/New Zealand 2023.
December 1 – England bettered Belgium’s 19-0 victory against Armenia with 20 goals of their own against Latvia to set a new European record in Women’s World Cup qualifying.
April 30 – A record number of 51 nations were in the the European qualifying draw for the 2023 Women’s World Cup held at UEFA headquarters in Nyon today.
December 30 – The expanded 32-team Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand in 2023 will guarantee 11 direct slots to European nations and six to Asian nations.