FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™

Auckland, Dunedin, Hamilton, Wellington

The biggest women’s sporting event in the world.

Women’s football teams from throughout the world are coming to Aotearoa to compete in the FIFA Women’s World Cup, with runs from July 20 to August 20. There will be games in each metro city, with nine in Auckland, nine in Wellington, six in Dunedin and five in Hamilton. A historic event on multiple levels. It is the first edition in the Southern Hemisphere, the first to be co-hosted by two confederations (AFC and OFC), and the first to feature 32 teams. Support these fantastic athletes and be part of of this amazing event.



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An Audio-Descriptive Commentary (ADC) service will be offered for blind and partially-sighted fans for some games during the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™. ADC is a dedicated service, enabling partially sighted and blind people to follow live matches inside the stadium alongside their fellow supporters. Quiet rooms will be available at Eden Park. On match day, the room is managed by fully trained staff who are available to provide additional support. The rooms have a limited capacity and there is no booking required to gain access. There will be a dedicated Volunteer Team at each stadium to assist all disabled spectators or spectators with limited mobility.

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