The 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup is an upcoming women's football tournament to be staged in 2023 in Australia and New Zealand. Australia/New Zealand were chosen as co-hosts on June 25, 2020 by the FIFA Council through an online conference. The defending champions are the United States who won two previous tournaments.
In the interim period between the host announcement and the official emblem reveal, FIFA placed a render of the FIFA Women's World Cup trophy on the tournament site.
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28 October 2021
The official emblem was unveiled on 28 October 2021, via livestream on FIFA's social media channels. The emblem is a departure from the stylised trophies of years past, setting a new standard for events to come.
Celebrating the first FIFA Women's World Cup to feature 32 teams, the focal point of the emblem is the minimalist Telstar-style football surrounded by 32 squares. The colours of said squares are indicative of the host countries' natural landscapes and cultures. Māori Tāniko triangle patterns and First Nations Australian 'meeting place' designs are also implemented in the emblem. The slogan "Beyond Greatness" was also unveiled that day.