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FIFA Women Football World Cup 2023 - The first-ever CommBank Matildas game will be played at Stadium Australia

FIFA Women Football World Cup – The first-ever CommBank Matildas game will be played at Stadium Australia

Football Australia today welcomed the news that the CommBank Matildas game of the FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023 against the Republic of Ireland would take place at Stadium Australia on July 20, 2023.  Women Football World Cup fans can buy Republic of Ireland vs Nigeria Tickets from our website.

Australia will play in the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023’s largest venue for the first-day match at 20:00 (AEST), thanks to the high demand for tickets and the increased availability of tickets for CommBank Matildas game supporters.  James Johnson, CEO of Football Australia, expressed his joy at the shift to a larger site and the potential for a record-breaking CommBank Matildas attendance.   

“This news is quite exciting. The switch from Sydney Football Stadium to Stadium Australia is significant for Australian football and demonstrates our faith in the CommBank Matildas game to bring a sizable audience for the tournament’s opening game in Australia, according to Johnson.”

ROI Women Football World Cup Team player vs Australia Women Football World Cup Team
ROI Women Football World Cup Team player trying to score a goal vs Australia Women Football World Cup Team

“This is a weighty worldwide rivalry that truly puts Australia and New Zealand in the centre of world football for a month. These competitions go beyond sports and truly unite the Australian community, as we saw in 2022.

“The CommBank Matildas are one of our two iconic national teams and one of Australia’s most adored sporting organisations, and Football Australia enthusiastically supported this decision.  It will make sure that more people can now watch the CommBank Matildas’ FIFA Women’s World Cup debut game.”

The final result is expected to boost the effect and visibility of women’s football in Australia and the competition.

CommBank Matildas Game

It is the result of a thorough evaluation of the competition and operational consequences, as well as a thorough engagement process with key stakeholders.

According to FIFA Secretary General Fatma Samoura,

“FIFA’s mission is to organise the biggest and best Women’s World Cup in history this year, and fans, those who bring colour, passion, and atmosphere to Stadiums will be such an integral part of the tournament’s success.”

“With this in mind, we have made a decision that will allow more than 100,000 fans to attend the first gameday, giving them additional chances to interact with the FIFA Women’s World Cup as a month of football we will never forget begins.”

Stadium Australia, the location of the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 Final, also holds the record for the largest single-game attendance of the CommBank Matildas with 36,109 spectators watching Australia take on the United States in November 2021. This July, the CommBank Matildas ticket demand is expected to put that record in jeopardy.

“We want this game to set the tone for the remainder of the competition, and it will be a fantastic start for the CommBank Matildas at the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023. We view it as a terrific opportunity for Australia to present itself to a worldwide football audience, and we invite all team supporters and football enthusiasts to attend for a great day, Johnson said.”

ROI women Football World Cup 2023 squad will wear white shorts in the event
ROI women’s Football World Cup 2023 squad will wear white shorts in the event

GROUP B FIXTURES | FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023

Australia v Republic of Ireland 
Date: 20 July 2023 
Venue: Stadium Australia 
Kick-off Time: 20:00 AEST

Australia v Nigeria 
Date: 27 July 2023 
Venue: Brisbane Stadium 
Kick-off Time: 20:00 AEST

Canada v Australia 

Date: 31 July 2023 
Venue: Melbourne Rectangular Stadium
Kick-off Time: 20:00 AEST

Before the World Cup, the women of the Republic of Ireland will say goodbye to France.

The Republic of Ireland Women’s National Team will play France on Thursday, July 6, at Tallaght Stadium in Dublin. Giving fans a chance to support them before they go for the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023. A team that is presently ranked fifth in the FIFA Women’s World rankings. And advanced to the semifinals of the UEFA Women’s EURO 2022 will take on Vera Pauw’s squad. They will also participate in the World Cup this summer.

The match will be a part of the first-ever WNT season package. Which will also include the matches for the UEFA Women’s Nations League later in the year. Women’s Football World Cup fans can buy Canada vs Republic of Ireland Tickets from our website.

It is wonderful that we will get to play in front of our supporters in Tallaght Stadium before travelling to Australia for the World Cup, according to Pauw. We need to test ourselves against a top-notch opponent in order to get ready for the World Cup. So I’d want to thank everyone at the FAI who helped schedule this game.

France, one of the best teams in the world, will present us with the right kind of challenge. There is still a lot of hard effort being put into our World Cup preparations. And we have some great games coming up. We are thrilled to be going back to Tallaght Stadium. Because we have made so many memories there.

Republic of Ireland vs France:

“Having a season package for our home games in 2023 is also fantastic news. We are excited to play in front of our supporters in some big games since this is yet another important step in the growth of women’s and girls’ football in Ireland.”

“We are delighted to confirm this home game for the Ireland Women’s National Team against an opponent who is among the best in women’s football right now,” FAI CEO Jonathan Hill said in response to the game’s announcement.

“We looked into hosting this game in Aviva Stadium. However, it was unavailable due to the planned redevelopment of the surface. For what will be the final game, we are now trying to sell out Tallaght Stadium. The perfect way to send the Ireland team off to the World Cup.”

Republic of Ireland Women Football World Cup squad to keep white shorts

Recently, the Irish women’s rugby team switched to navy shorts, but the Girls in Green will not do the same.

Republic of Ireland Women Football World Cup Team vs Finland  at Tallaght Stadium
Republic of Ireland Women Football World Cup Team vs Finland at Tallaght Stadium

In conclusion

After talking with senior players on the team, the Irish women’s football team decided against changing the colour of their shorts from white to a darker hue. The choice was made just one day after the England women’s team decided to switch to dark blue shorts. Because players expressed worries about playing while on their period.

How they spoke

“The Football Association of Ireland can confirm that, following discussions with the Ireland Women’s National Team players, the team will wear the traditional green jersey, white shorts, and green socks as part of the international competition,” a spokeswoman for the FAI said.

“The FAI discussed the possibility of changing the colour of the shorts with the senior leadership group within the squad and with management, but the players felt that sticking with white shorts was the preferred option given the supply of protective knickers.”

Before this summer’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand. Many other women’s sports teams made the decision to switch their shorts, including England and New Zealand. The shift was made by other GAA teams as well. With Kerry among other inter-county teams adopting black shorts.

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Australia Women Football Team vs Jamaica Women Football Team in Cup of Nations Final

Cup of Nations Final – Australia’s Matildas win against Jamaica in the championship game to keep the crown

The Matildas defeated Jamaica 3-0 to win the Cup of Nations final. Completing their preparation for the 2023 Women’s World Cup. And giving Tony Gustavsson his first trophy since taking over as head coach in 2021. Women Football World Cup fans can buy Jamaica vs Brazil Tickets from our website.

In Newcastle, Katrina Gorry gave them the lead in the first half before goals from Alex Chidiac and Caitlin Foord gave them their seventh straight victory, just one short of their all-time record of eight straight triumphs.

Australia Women Football World Cup Team celebrating with trophy after defeating Jamaica Women Football World Cup Team in Cup of Nations Final
Australia Women Football World Cup Team celebrating with trophy after defeating Jamaica Women Football World Cup Team in Cup of Nations Final

In terms of results alone, Gustavsson’s team excelled in his attempt to use this friendly competition. As a warm-up for the intensity of subsequent World Cup games later this year. Although their 3 successes and ten goals throughout the war suggest as much. Australia started slowly on Wednesday in front of 9,093 audiences at McDonald Jones Stadium.

The 3-2 victory over Spain on Sunday definitely had an impact on a team that had not had much rotation. The Swede kept the 4-4-2 configuration that has helped his team play better recently. But he made two changes to his starting lineup.

Courtney Nevin started right back in place of Charlotte Grant. And Larissa Crummer took the place of the injured Hayley Raso. However, Australia found it difficult to control the tempo and maintain possession. And press Jamaica when they were in danger in the first half.

However, the tension was somewhat reduced by Katrina Gorry’s long-range goal in the 27th minute. The midfielder received the ball from Foord and then blasted past Becky Spencer from 25 metres away.

Cup of Nations Final

More encouraging developments for the Australians came just before halftime when Kyra Cooney-Cross and Foord threatened to increase the lead. The substitution of aggressive midfielder Chidiac for Crummer, who provided little offensively, after the break was the true cattle prod.

The Racing Louisville midfielder has only played in one game so far in this competition. But she was a threat to the Jamaican defence when she came on. Solidifying her position as a “game-changing” player for the Matildas come July’s championship.

Australia Women Football World Cup Team Coach Tony Gustavsson is happy at victory of its team
Australia Women Football World Cup Team Coach Tony Gustavsson is happy at the victory of its team

Just over ten minutes after arriving, Chidiac earned her reward by manoeuvring around the 6-yard box to make it 2-0.

After that comfortable lead, the Matildas continued to roll, and their third goal came when Sam Kerr and Foord displayed some nice link-up play before the Arsenal striker blasted the ball in from the edge of the box to give Australia a clean sweep of this friendly series and guarantee they would keep the Cup of Nations trophy.

While Spanish striker Esther Gonzalez took home the Golden Boot for the series with three goals. Goalkeeper Mackenzie Arnold was named Player of the Tournament for a string of outstanding stops throughout all three games. Women Football World Cup fans can buy France vs Jamaica Tickets from our website.

The player of the Tournament is Mackenzie Arnold

What a turning point for the Matildas’ custodian after the past two years have been so unpredictable.

She well deserves it, but the fact that the Matildas’ shot-stopper, who nearly single-handedly ensured their victories against all three opponents, was chosen as the competition’s finest player, does tell something about the team throughout these three games.

Mackenzie Arnold of Australia Women Football World Cup Team is happy on winning Player of Tournament award in Cup of Nations
Mackenzie Arnold of the Australia Women Football World Cup Team is happy on winning the Player of the Tournament award in the Cup of Nations

While Spain is currently en route to the airport, forward Esther Gonzalez of Spain, who scored three goals throughout the tournament, wins the Golden Boot. However, she is not present to receive her trophy. The wicked cannot rest!

Is anyone else having a sense of deja vu?

It had an uncomfortably similar atmosphere to the Matildas’ inaugural match against Czechia, when they finally found their rhythm after a sluggish, creaking first 45 minutes.

With three incredible goals from the standout Katrina Gorry, Alex Chidiac, and Caitlin Foord in the second half, Australia was able to extend their winning streak to seven games, just one win short of their all-time record. In this condition as well, it was the game-changing alternates, Alex Chidiac and Charli Grant, who added the energy and spark that the team wanted.

Another clean sheet is also important since Kyra Cooney-Cross and Cortnee Vine, who work extremely hard, as well as 23-year-old Clare Hunt, demonstrated their potential for the Women’s World Cup.

Since the group stage of the tournament in July was intended to be a reflection of this one, the Matildas were forced to address some issues that, in the past, they have found challenging. In this challenging match, for example, starting players were unavailable due to fatigue, and the opponent was trickier than expected.

Overall, the Cup of Nations tournament was successful in achieving its goals, which included identifying the players essential to this Matilda’s team, exposing them to three very different footballing philosophies, and preparing them for the quick turnaround football they will be playing in less than six months.

England, the current European champions, will be Australia’s next opponent in April. Before the tournament proper starts, a final exhibition match will be held in Melbourne at the beginning of July. Because I am a woso nuff and adore my little blog family, you can bet that I will be here to guide you through it all.

Watch the A-League Women’s competition in the interim because some Tillies will be playing there again this weekend!

Khadija Shaw of Jamaica gets the Barclays Player of the Month honour

Shaw maintains a commanding lead in the Women’s Super League scoring race after scoring five goals in March to bring her season total to 15. The March Barclays Player of the Month honour goes to Khadija “Bunny” Shaw.

In addition to winning the Women’s Super League (WSL). Gareth Taylor was named the Barclays Manager of the Month for March, giving Manchester City a double victory.

Shaw maintains a commanding lead in the Women’s Super League scoring race after scoring five goals in March to bring her season total to 15. She scored all three of City’s goals against Tottenham to start the month. In a 2-1 victory over Brighton, the Jamaican international added two more goals. Moving two places ahead of Rachel Daly in the standings.

Khadija Shaw is happy after scoring a goal in Womens Super League
Khadija Shaw is happy after scoring a goal in Women’s Super League

Taylor has enabled Man City to overtake Chelsea and go up to second place in the WSL. The remarkable win over the Blues, Taylor’s team’s first since 2017, extended their unbeaten streak to 14 games.

It’s a wonderful club, and it’s a privilege to play for them. Shaw has now made an astounding 26 appearances in 2022–23, and she leads the WSL in scoring with 15 goals in 16 games. Early in the season, she said on City’s official website: “It’s an unbelievable club and it’s an honour to represent.

“I simply want to keep scoring and contribute as much as I can to the squad. That’s what I do; that’s what I play.

“At the end of the day, we have quality, and we know that if we follow the procedure and act correctly, we’ll achieve our goals.”

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