Women's World Cup

World Cup 2023: Your complete guide ahead of the tournament

The 2023 women’s World Cup kicks off on Thursday 20 July.

Ahead of the tournament, we at 101 Great Goals have written an extensive amount of preview pieces to make sure you have everything you need to in time for the big kick off.

Links to all of these preview pieces can be found below.

Women’s World Cup 2023: Everything you need to know about every single team

To read all about all 32 teams competing Down Under this summer, click on their name below:

Group A: New Zealand, Norway, Philippines & Switzerland

Group B: Australia, Republic of Ireland, Nigeria & Canada

Group C: Spain, Costa Rica, Zambia & Japan

Group D: England & Haiti, Denmark & China PR

Group E: United States, Vietnam Netherlands & Portugal

Group F: France, Jamaica, Brazil & Panama

Group G: Italy, Argentina, Sweden vs South Africa.

Group H: Germany, Morocco, Colombia & Korea Republic

Women’s World Cup 2023: FAQs

Below are pieces answering the most common World Cup FAQs.

Who are the defending champions? Who are past winners? Who are favourites in 2023?

When is it taking place? Who are the hosts?

Who are the top 10 players to watch at this summer’s World Cup?

What TV channels are the women’s World Cup on? Which matches are on BBC & ITV in the UK?

Women’s World Cup 2023: Group-by-Group betting previews

Here you’ll find our betting previews for all 8 women’s World Cup groups:

Group A. Group B, Group C, Group D. Group E. Group F. Group G. Group H.

We will have a betting tips preview of all 64 women’s World Cup matches this summer, so come back every day for those!

Women’s World Cup 2023: Group stage fixtures & schedule

Note: All times shown are BST

Ben Gray

Ben Gray

Arsenal fan – follow them over land and sea (and Leicester); sofa Celtic supporter; a bit of a football '"encyclopedia".

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