May 12 – FIFA has landed Unilever personal care brands as Official Sponsors of the Women’s World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023 in a deal that will run through to the 2027 Women’s World Cup and include the men’s World Cup in 2026.
May 4 – European champions England have suffered yet another blow to their Women’s World Cup hopes with the news that Chelsea midfielder Fran Kirby will miss the tournament because of a knee injury.
May 2 – FIFA and its president Gianni Infantino are threatening a broadcast blackout of the Women’s World Cup in Europe’s ‘Big 5’ TV markets over “disappointing” broadcast offers.
April 27 – European clubs have called on countries to stick to the rules around the release of players for this summer’s Women’s World Cup.
April 24 – England captain Leah Williamson will miss the women’s World Cup this summer after suffering a ruptured anterior cruciate ligament in a Women’s Super League match against Manchester United.
April 21 – US communications technology giant Cisco has become the Official Network Infrastructure Provider for the Women’s World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023.
April 12 – FIFA sponsor Visa has unveiled the names of 33 women players who it will sponsor via its Team Visa programme up to and through the Women’s World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023.
April 12 – World Cup joint hosts Australia upset England’s women 2-0 in a friendly at Brentford on Tuesday to end the Lionesses’ 30-match unbeaten streak.
April 11 – The countdown for the Women’s World Cup is on. On Tuesday, Australia and New Zealand marked 100 days until the kick-off of the women’s flagship tournament and the Football Ferns taking on Norway in the curtain raiser.
April 5 – Australian wine brand Jacob’s Creek has become an Official Supporter of the Women’s World Cup 2023 that kicks of July 20.
March 29 – England’s Beth Mead, star of her country’s Euro triumph, will miss out on this summer’s World Cup unless a “miracle happens” according to manager Sarina Wiegman.
March 7 – The final teams have now qualified, the World Cup trophy is on tour and headed for Australia and New Zealand, and now the official poster for the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 has been released.
February 23 – Panama became the sixth Concacaf nation to qualify for the Women’s World Cup in Australia/New Zealand this summer with a 1-0 play-off win over Papua New Guinea in Hamilton, New Zealand.
February 23 – Colombian logistics company Inter Rapidísimo has become an Official Supporter of the Women’s World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023 tournament.