July 13 – FIFA has been forced to take the drastic step of giving away 20,000 free tickets for Women’s World Cup games in four New Zealand cities amid concerns about the slow pace of sales.
July 13 – FIFA has partnered with TikTok to deliver tailored content from Australia and New Zealand during the Women’s World Cup that kicks off July 20.
July 11 – On the back of a 2-0 friendly win against Wales, world champions the United States have arrived in New Zealand for this summer’s Women’s World Cup.
July 8 – With the Women’s World Cup now under two weeks away from kick off, FIFA has announced that the indigenous flags of Aborignal Australia and Maori New Zealand will be be flown at matches in their countries.
July 7 – The South Africa Football Association (SAFA) says a pay dispute with its Women’s World Cup squad has been resolved after a charity set up by Confederation of African Football president and billionaire businessman Patrice Motsepe stepped in.
July 4 – FIFA has announced Yadea, producer of two-wheeled vehicles including electric-powered motorcycles, bicycles and scooters, as a Tournament Supporter in the Asia-Pacific region for the Women’s World Cup 2023 that kicks off later this month.
June 29 – US women’s star Megan Rapinoe (pictured) believes the upcoming World Cup will act as a game-changing watershed for the sport.
June 22 – FIFA says Women’s World Cup co-hosts New Zealand need to up their game over ticket sales in the coming weeks.
June 22 – Canada’s national team want a pay dispute settled before leaving for the Women’s World Cup, which Australia and New Zealand will co-host this summer.
June 21 – Players vying to make this summer’s Women’s World Cup risked their safety on poor pitches during qualifying, and many were not paid according to the latest report from players’ union Fifpro.
June 15 – After a lengthy standoff, FIFA has struck a deal with the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) to televise the Women’s World Cup, avoiding a controversial blackout in the ‘Big Five’ European nations.
June 9 – Next month’s Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand is on track to become the most attended standalone women’s sporting event ever with more than one million tickets sold.
June 2 – FIFA have announced the release of 250,000 more tickets for the Women’s World Cup amid concerns about sales in New Zealand.
June 1 – Saddled with key injuries, England women’s head coach Sarina Wiegman (pictured) has been forced to name several relatively untried players in her squad of 23 for the upcoming World Cup.
May 18 – The world governing body FIFA and the European Club Association (ECA) have revised the rules regarding player release dates for the upcoming Women’s World Cup, allowing for more flexibility.