Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Colombia, Japan, New Zealand, South Africa and Korea Republic (who has also proposed a joint bid with Korea DPR) have all confirmed interest in hosting the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup. So far, Australia and Japan are the only two bidders far enough into the bidding process to have released official candidate logos. Belgium and Bolivia had also previously expressed interest in hosting the event, but withdrew their interest on the 3rd September 2019.[1] Despite the absence of Belgium and Bolivia, the bidding process for this edition has the most candidates of any Women's World Cup in history.

The host nation will be selected in May 2020 at the FIFA Council in Amsterdam, Netherlands after FIFA approved from 24 to 32 teams.


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