After 48 matches, two teams from each group made it to the round of 16, where knockout games will now determine the quarterfinalists of the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023.
The FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 has formerly seen some major dislocations and has eventually narrowed down to the top 16 brigades, played in Australia and New Zealand from July 20- August 20, 2023.
This edition of the quadrennial spectacle is being played with 32 brigades for the first time and has produced some engaging contests Down Under.
After 48 matches, two brigades from each group made it to the round of 16, where knockout games will now determine the quarterfinalists of the WWC 2023.
Eight countries made their debut in the World Cup. They’re Haiti, Morocco Panama, Philippines, Portugal, Republic of Ireland, Vietnam and Zambia.
Of them, Morocco came the only country to script history, as it qualified for the knockouts, with two- time World Cup winner, Germany, getting excluded from that group.
The following brigades have been knocked out of the Women’s World Cup New Zealand, Philippines, Canada, Ireland, Zambia, Costa Rica, China, Haiti, Portugal, Vietnam, Brazil, Panama, Italy, Argentina, Germany, South Korea.
- Group A – Switzerland, Norway
- Group B – Australia, Nigeria
- Group C – Japan, Spain
- Group D – England, Denmark
- Group E – Netherlands, USA
- Group F – France, Jamaica
- Group G – Sweden, South Africa
- Group H – Colombia, Morocco
When is the Women’s World Cup round of 16?
The FIFA Women’s World Cup round of 16 starts on August 5, 2023. Following is the schedule for WWC 2023 pre-quarterfinals:
|August 5, 2023||Switzerland vs Spain||10:30 am||Eden Park|
|August 5, 2023||Japan vs Norway||1:30 pm||Sky Stadium|
|August 6, 2023||Netherlands vs South Africa||7:30 am||Allianz Stadium|
|August 6, 2023||Sweden vs USA||2:30 pm||AAMI Park|
|August 7, 2023||England vs Nigeria||1:00 PM||Suncorp Stadium|
|August 7, 2023||Australia vs Denmark||4:00 PM||Stadium Australia|
|August 8, 2023||Colombia vs Jamaica||1:30 PM||AAMI Park|
|August 8, 2023||France vs Morocco||4:30 PM||Coopers Stadium|
The FIFA Women’s World Cup knockouts will be live telecast on the Star Sports Network. The matches can be live-streamed on FanCode. Know More Latest Football News…