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Before Women Football World Cup 2023 Nordic candidature of Denmark for the Women’s Euro 2025

According to The Copenhagen Way, Part 5 has sustainability at its core. SportsPro talks to the Danish FA and Copenhagen event organizers about the joint Nordic candidature of Denmark to host the national team. Competition as UEFA prepares to announce the next host of its Women’s European Championship in April. Women Football World Cup fans can buy Haiti vs Denmark Tickets from our website.

The 24th of June marked a turning point for Danish women’s soccer due to the Nordic candidature of Denmark. Pernille Harder, the team’s captain, and all-time leading scorer led a star-studded Danish roster that played in front of a boisterous crowd at Copenhagen’s Parken Stadium.

Harder, one of the biggest names in the sport, competed alongside Real Madrid’s Sofie Svava and Nadia Nadim in front of 21,542 passionate fans. A record crowd for a Denmark women’s national team game, who was closing in on her 100th international appearance.

Pernille Mosegaard Harder played as Midfielder in Denmark Women Football Team
Pernille Mosegaard Harder played as Midfielder in Denmark Women’s Football Team

Mille Gejl’s 91st-minute winner gave Denmark a 2-1 victory over Brazil to cap the team’s historic debut at Parken. The event demonstrated the rising popularity of women’s soccer in Denmark. The city of Copenhagen and the Danish Football Association (DBU) now have more audacious goals in mind.

In October, Denmark joined its Nordic neighbors Sweden, and Norway. And Finland is in the competition to host the 2025 Uefa Women’s European Championship. The aim? To deliver the biggest edition of the competition to date.

According to Jakob Jensen, CEO of DBU, “We — in the Nordics — want to push the Uefa Women’s Euro to the next level.”

“We will strengthen the fan culture of women’s football and organise the biggest Uefa Women’s Euro ever.”

Nordic candidature of Denmark

In October, European soccer’s governing body Uefa confirmed it had received four bids for its flagship women’s national team tournament. With rival dossiers submitted by France, Poland, and Switzerland.

In launching their bid, the Nordic federations said they intend to make 800,000 tickets available for the tournament. With the final being staged at Stockholm’s 50,000-seater Friends Arena. The proposal would see games spread across the four capital cities of Copenhagen, and Stockholm. Oslo, and Helsinki, with fixtures, also taking place in Odense, Gothenburg, Trondheim, and Tampere.

“For women’s football in Denmark it would be a great inspiration for the younger generation to have their idols playing at home,” Jensen adds.

“Ideally, it will encourage more boys and girls to play football and help the women’s game expand in Denmark.”

Chelsea star Pernille Harder scored 70 goals in 140 matches for Denmark
Chelsea star Pernille Harder scored 70 goals in 140 matches for Denmark

We will see to it that women’s football keeps growing in order to advance equality of opportunity. Diversity and sustainability are in line with our shared Nordic objectives and values. FIFA Women Football World Cup fans can buy Denmark vs China Tickets from our website.

DBU’s Chief Executive, Jakob Jensen

embracing the spirit of the Nordic

The four Nordic nations competing in the bid have a lot more things in common than just their closeness to one another. The four nations are united by a shared commitment to sustainability, and inclusion. And gender parity would promote these ideals by hosting the Women’s Euro.

Jensen is adamant that the competition will highlight “the best of Denmark and Copenhagen,”. And he thinks the Nordic nations will set the bar for what the event can accomplish in terms of social impact.

In line with our shared Nordic objectives and values, “we will assure the continuous development of women’s football for equal chances, more diversity, and better sustainability – and we will invite people from all backgrounds to a celebration of football,” he says.

Mia Nyegaard, mayor of culture and recreation for the Copenhagen City Council. Shares that vision and restates the nation’s shared goal of establishing a new standard for sustainable development at the Women’s Euro.

She says, “We need to set high standards.”

“By joining the United Nations Justifiable Growth Goals in our event scheduling and working with many areas of sustainability – social, social and climate ideas – the aim with [Women’s Euro 2025] is to have the most sustainable championship to date.

“Thus, we will promote carbon emission reduction, promote social integration through football, and encourage guests to adopt green mobility such as bicycles.”

In the upcoming years, all four of the capital cities have committed to achieving net zero carbon emissions. Copenhagen’s reputation as a center of sustainability has lured major sporting events to its coasts in recent years. Since 2009, Copenhagen has reduced its own CO2 emissions by 80%.

Euro 2020

In fact, four games during the men’s 2020 Uefa European Championship as well as the Tour de France Grand Départ were held in the capital of Denmark. The first Copenhagen SailGP competition, held in 2022, was the sailing series’ most environmentally friendly to date.

Denmark players are celebrating after Mille Gejl’s goal vs Brazil
Denmark players are celebrating after Mille Gejl’s goal vs Brazil

“Hosting Euro 2020 and other significant international events has highlighted Copenhagen as an open, inclusive green and sustainable capital with the required expertise and cross-disciplinary host city competencies to take on the responsibility of hosting [Women’s Euro 2025],” claims Nyegaard.

“The City of Copenhagen [Council] is also skilled at developing host city programmes for side events that attract both tourists and locals. Copenhagen should be marketed as a desirable and livable city.”

Jensen is also certain that if the women’s version of the competition debuts in 2025. Denmark will imitate the fan experience of Euro 2020.

“We built a fantastic mood around Euro 2020 together with Copenhagen,” he claims.

Events in Copenhagen are about more than just status. They act as a spark to advance an agenda and leave a lasting legacy.

Kit Lykketoft, Convention Director, Lovely Copenhagen Proponents of diversity

In Copenhagen’s case, the desire to host major athletic events is driven by more than just a desire for financial benefit; instead, it derives from a determination to spur greater cultural change and leave a lasting legacy through sport.

The director of the convention at Fantastic Copenhagen, Kit Lykketoft, claims that events in Copenhagen are about more than just prestige.

They act as a spark to advance an agenda and leave a good legacy. When we measure the impact, we integrate this effort into a system with Copenhagen Legacy Lab and work strategically to make a difference.

Women’s Euro Cup 2025

“The Women’s Euro will be a component of a larger initiative to promote equality in sports and the participation of women.”

The Copenhagen Legacy Lab is a strategic effort started by the Copenhagen Convention Bureau that aims to better integrate international events with the local public, commercial, and scientific communities by investigating and producing activities that can have an influence over the long term.

One event that was incorporated into the agenda was Euro 2020.

“The ‘Outreach & Legacy Programme,’ which supported several agendas and projects outside football, was a crucial tool for the City of Copenhagen to use Euro 2020 to promote football as a diverse and inclusive sport by involving both existing and new target groups in the numerous local side activities football-related topics including social inclusion, sustainability, and new urban football facilities,” says Nyegaard.

Nyegaard, who calls inclusiveness “important” in both Copenhagen and all of Denmark, thinks that hosting Women’s Euro 2025 will build on the foundations created by hosting matches for Euro 2020.

She says, “A big legacy from Copenhagen hosting Euro 2020 is an ongoing programme improving local football clubs, making them more capable of attracting and maintaining girls in the clubs, and educating more female trainers and referees.”

“We aim to make these partnerships and goals even stronger and incorporate more topics. This might be accomplished by creating more urban football fields in the city, collaborating with schools and daycare centers, emphasizing mental health in sports, [and] mixing football formats.”

Denmark Football Team fans in Ophelia Plads Fan Village Euro 2020
Denmark Football Team fans in Ophelia Plads Fan Village Euro 2020

Developing the game

The success of the last year’s championships in England will still be vivid in the thoughts of the Nordic countries and other bidders as they impatiently await Uefa’s decision on the hosting of the 2019 Women’s Euro.

It was the climax of a competition that established records on and off the field when England’s Lionesses defeated Germany at Wembley Stadium in July to win the title of European champions in front of an attendance record of 87,192.

Women’s soccer is seeing exponential growth in the UK as a result of hosting the Women’s Euro, which gave the English host towns an economic boost of UK£81 million (US$97.3 million). Records are being broken, barriers are being broken, and history is being rewritten.

Lykketoft anticipates that Women’s Euro 2025 will have a comparable impact in the Danish capital.

“She asserts that it is crucial for both the younger generation and the rest of us to have role models who show that anyone can achieve their dream of being a professional athlete, such as Christian Eriksen or Pernille Harder.”

“We believe that hosting the Euro 2025 in Scandinavia will help the globe achieve a greater variety in its role models, both on and off the field.”

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When is the Women Football World Cup 2023, who has qualified, and what can England expect?

What you need to know for the ninth edition of FIFA Women Football World Cup 2023 featuring favorites England and the Women’s Euro 2022 champions. In Group D of the 2023 Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand, England will compete against Haiti, Denmark, and China. Women Football World Cup fans can buy England vs Denmark Tickets from our website.

The Caribbean nation qualified for the finals for the first time with win in the intercontinental play-offs, and their first match will be against Haiti on July 22 in Brisbane. The Lionesses will next take on Denmark in Sydney on July 28. On August 1, they will play their last group-stage match against China in Adelaide.

After appearing in the previous two tournaments and making it all the way to the quarterfinals in 2015, China was the first team drawn with England and is the second-ranked nation in the group. In 2022, they were also named Asian champions.

 World Cup group of Lionesses' match schedule
World Cup group of Lionesses’ match schedule

Denmark, the top-ranked team in Pot 3, returns to the competition after missing out on the previous three iterations. The Republic of Ireland, who are competing in their first World Cup, was placed in Group B and will face the hosts Australia in Sydney on the first day of the competition. Nigeria and Canada round up the group representing the Republic.

When is that?

The 2023 Women’s World Cup will occur in the southern hemisphere’s winter, from July 20 to August 20, 2023.

What location is it in?

Australia and New Zealand will co-host the event; they defeated Colombia in the voting. Fans of rugby will be familiar with places like Eden Park in Auckland, Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, and Stadium Australia (Sydney).

Due to “significant interest in tickets,” Australia’s opening game has been shifted to a bigger venue in Sydney. The opening Group B match between Australia and the Republic of Ireland will now take place in the 83,000-seat Stadium Australia, the largest stadium being used at the World Cup and the site of the final on August 20.

Which teams have earned a spot?

With one more qualification match, England successfully qualified for the tournament. As Northern Ireland failed to advance from their qualifying group, Scotland and Wales were eliminated in the play-offs, while the Republic of Ireland advanced for the first time.

The 32 teams competing in the finals include the defending champions, the United States, Olympic champions Canada, and all other historically dominant teams in women’s sports. Following their victories in the intercontinental play-offs in February, Haiti, Panama, and Portugal were drawn to compete in the tournament’s championship game.

USWNT wins FIFA World Cup 2019
USWNT wins FIFA World Cup 2019

Although the tournament’s broadcasting rights have not yet been revealed, the BBC aired the 2019 event entirely.

What recent news is there?

Less than five months remain till the Women’s World Cup when Corinne Diacre was fired as head coach of France. After three of France’s top players left the national team at the end of February, Diacre’s future, whose team advanced to the semifinals of the European Championship last summer, has come into question.

Wendie Renard, the team’s captain, as well as PSG, forwards Kadidiatou Diani and Marie-Antoinette Katoto withdrew because they didn’t feel they could continue to support the present “system” or “administration,” as described by Renard and Diani, respectively. FIFA Women Football World Cup fans can buy China vs England Tickets from our website.

A statement from the French Football Federation [FFF] stated that they had noted a “very big divide with executive players” and “a discrepancy with the requirements of the very high level” for the team’s enactment following a meeting of their expensive group on Thursday, March 9.

“This fracture has reached a point of no return which damages the interests of the selection,” the FFF statement continued.

The observed dysfunctions seem to be unrecoverable.

“The mission of Corinne Diacre as the head of the French women’s squad was terminated in light of these factors.”

Many believed that Diacre’s exit was becoming more likely after former FFF president Noel Le Graet, one of her closest supporters, resigned on February 28 in the wake of allegations of sexual misconduct, which he has denied.

The FFF’s interim president Philippe Diallo has ordered a newly-appointed FFF commission to find, “as soon as possible”, candidates to replace Diacre.

Leah Williamson England Women Team Captain for FIFA World Cup 2023
Leah Williamson England Women Team Captain for FIFA World Cup 2023

Who are the reigning winners?

The US. In Lyon, they defeated the Netherlands in 2019.

How did England do in the past?

Six times in all, England has earned a spot in the women’s world cup. They’ve advanced to the semifinals twice and the quarterfinals three times, most recently in 2019 when they lost to eventual champions US.

What kind of ball will be used in the competition?

The official ball for the Women’s World Cup this summer will employ the same technology used for the Men’s World Cup in Qatar in 2022, sending VAR officials real-time data to aid in semi-automated offside judgements.

The Adidas-made “OCEAUNZ” ball has a motion sensor suspended in the middle that is powered by a rechargeable battery that can be charged via induction.

“The first-ever FIFA Women’s World Cup to be co-hosted by two distinct countries from separate confederations, according to Fifa secretary general Fatma Samoura, has an iconic [ball] that embodies diversity, inclusivity, and togetherness.”

“The tournament’s current iteration will be really unique.”

2023 England Women’s Schedule & Results: Whole World Cup group, Nations League, and Lionesses schedule

A comprehensive reference to the Lionesses’ season, including schedules for the Arnold Clark Cup, the Nations League, and the 2023 Women’s World Cup. England now has their sights set on victory in the 2023 Women’s World Cup after winning the 2022 European Championship and taking home the trophy in front of a packed Wembley Stadium.

The first half of the year will be devoted to meticulously preparing for that competition, which they started at the end of 2022 by playing and defeating the world-champion U.S. women’s national team.

Together with the newly-launched UEFA Women’s Nations League, which will be related to qualifying for the 2025 Euros, there will also be opportunities for friendlies throughout the year.

What matches did the England women Football team have in 2023?

The invitational Arnold Clark Cup, which the Lionesses launched and won last year, marked the beginning of England in 2023. England defeated all three of the visiting teams in this edition—Belgium, Italy, and South Korea—to retain the championship.

What events will the England Women play in 2023?

England, the reigning European champions, will play Brazil, the South American champion, in the inaugural Women’s Finalissima on April 6 at Wembley Stadium. They will play Australia, one of the World Cup co-hosts this summer, in a friendly match five days after that.

The Lionesses will then have one more international break from July 10 to July 18 to finish up their last tournament preparations before the Women Football World Cup 2023 begins on July 20.

China, Denmark, and Haiti have been placed in Wiegman’s team group; Haiti won the February playoff competition. In the triumph versus Chile, Melchie Dumornay, the 2022 NXGN winner for GOAL, scored twice.

Women Football World Cup 2023 Ball
Women Football World Cup 2023 Ball

The inaugural season of the UEFA Women’s Nations League will start when the World Cup is over. Although there are no set dates for this, UEFA stated that it would start in the fall.

September 18 through September 26; October 23 through October 31; and November 27 through December 5 are the dates for the final three international breaks of 2023.

Group for the 2023 Women’s World Cup in England

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England Women Football Team fixtures & results in 2023

DateTime (UK)MatchCompetitionVenue
Feb 167:45pmEngland 4-0 South KoreaArnold Clark CupStadium MK, Milton Keynes
Feb 193:15pmEngland 2-1 ItalyArnold Clark CupCBS Arena, Coventry
Feb 227:45pmEngland 6-1 BelgiumArnold Clark CupAshton Gate, Bristol
Apr 67:45pmEngland vs BrazilWomen’s FinalissimaWembley Stadium, London
Apr 117:45pmEngland vs AustraliaFriendlyBrentford Community Stadium, London
Jul 2210:30amEngland vs HaitiWomen’s World CupLang Park, Brisbane
July 289:30amEngland vs DenmarkWomen’s World CupSydney Football Stadium, Sydney
Aug 111:00amChina vs EnglandWomen’s World CupHindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide

In due course, additional fixtures will be announced.

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