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After this FIFA Women's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand for 2023 i think Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands could host 2027 FIFA Women's World Cup, they're the only confirmed bidder for 2027. While Chile, the joint Nordic bid (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden) and South Africa are interested of hosting the 2027 FIFA Women's World Cup.

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The official anthem of the FIFA Women's World Cup Australia/New Zealand 2023: "Unity" by British musician and producer Kelly Lee Owens is inspired by the same values that the slogan was born out of. i've been listening to that music today it was a good anthem to the FIFA Women's World Cup, it's nothing compared to the Vangelis' "Anthem" from the 2002 FIFA World Cup (Men's FIFA World Cup) in South Korea and Japan almost 20 years ago.

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Q: We'll they want the emblem as like a game changer for the emblem for this FIFA Women's World Cup in 2023 that represents the two countries' cultures with the patterns in the light blue box with the mountains represents New Zealand created by Fiona Collis and the Aboriginal patterns in the green b....

 

Yes, I read the press release too.....just because that's what inspired them doesn't mean the meaning is conveyed in the finished product. Other than the soccer ball the rest is GENERIC and meaningless...the logo  is a failed design. The indigenous background sub graphic is slightly better, but there is no way just looking at the logo you'd identify this as  an event in AUS/NZ....

I have a Masters degree in Communication....I know a little too about this stuff.

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It's not what I was expecting at all - does this mean yet another new format for FIFA logos? The ball square thing doesn't say Australia and New Zealand at all, if anything it looks more Latin American to me... maybe would've been a decent generic logo for North America 2026 instead. The only Aussie/Kiwi elements are very well hidden. 

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5 hours ago, yoshi said:

It's not what I was expecting at all - does this mean yet another new format for FIFA logos? The ball square thing doesn't say Australia and New Zealand at all, if anything it looks more Latin American to me... maybe would've been a decent generic logo for North America 2026 instead. The only Aussie/Kiwi elements are very well hidden. 

But instead they used the AU and NZ Initials, AU meaning Australia and NZ meaning New Zealand just like in the bid the same thing along with the colors in the boxes that were also used in their successful bid. Maybe 2027 could be possible with a good design, which i think Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands. A lot of social media users somehow liked the 2023 logo.

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We have the first four teams made it to the FIFA Women's World Cup 2023 Australia and New Zealand.

 

Qualified Teams:

AFC:

Australia (Co-Host)

New Zealand (Co-Host)

Japan

South Korea

China PR

Philippines

 

Philippines will be making their FIFA Women's World Cup debut next year. They almost made it to France 2019 but South Korea did beat them last time. But this time they made with a win over Chinese Taipei.

 

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Here's a list made it to the FIFA Women's World Cup 2023 Australia and New Zealand as of February 6, 2022.

 

Qualified Teams:

AFC:

Australia (Co-Host)

New Zealand (Co-Host)

Japan

South Korea

China PR

Philippines

Vietnam

 

Philippines will be making their FIFA Women's World Cup debut next year. They almost made it to France 2019 but South Korea did beat them last time. But this time they made with a win over Chinese Taipei. While VIetnam had never made it this far in the qualifiers before.

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On 10/29/2021 at 8:47 AM, SportLightning said:

 

And here it is the official emblem of the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup Australia/New Zealand along with the slogan: "Beyond Greatness".

 

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And here's the details about the emblem for the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup Australia/New Zealand.

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This will be an ever changing logo for this FIFA Women's World Cup in 2023. The logo is designed jointly by Canadian agency Public Adress and Los Angeles, California, USA based Works Collective (same agency who worked on the Los Angeles 2028 Olympic and Paralympic Games emblems), along with Australian Aboriginal artist Chern'ee Sutton and New Zealand Māori textile artist Fiona Collis on the cultural patterns representing the two countries. While the custom font was developed by New Zealand type designer Alistair McCready. What do you think with the emblem and slogan? I think it looks really nice with the Australian and New Zealand patterns.

Terrible logo

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We are 500 days to the start of the FIFA Women's World Cup Australia/New Zealand 2023.

 

https://www.fifa.com/tournaments/womens/womensworldcup/australia-new-zealand2023/news/fifa-womens-world-cup-2023-tm-500-days-to-go

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With Russia disqualified from the 2023 edition, that puts Denmark into the FIFA Women's World Cup for the first time since 2007 in China. 

Qualified Teams:

AFC:

Australia (Co-Host)

New Zealand (Co-Host)

Japan

South Korea

China PR

Philippines

Vietnam

Sweden

Spain

France

Demark

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With Russia disqualified from the 2023 edition, that puts Denmark into the FIFA Women's World Cup for the first time since 2007 in China. 

Qualified Teams:

AFC:

Australia (Co-Host)

New Zealand (Co-Host)

Japan

South Korea

China PR

Philippines

Vietnam

Sweden

Spain

France

Denmark

 

Sorry for the misspelling.

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2X defending champs USA joins the qualified list last night following its expected 5-0 demolition over Jamaica's Reggae Girlz at the CONCACAF W tournament in Guadalupe, Mexico. They're making it low-key this time around. Jamaica can still qualify (hope they do) if they beat Haiti in the next round in what will be the battle for second between two nearby West Indies nations behind the USA in Group A. Mexico...what a disappointing tournament as hosts. More on that next time.

Canada, Tokyo 2020 gold medalists and also looking good, will unquestionably and expectedly join the USWNT later today in knocking off Panama in San Nicolas de los Garza. So can Costa Rica in what could be their second WWC appearance if they win over Trinidad & Tobago but could emerge with a tie for the Soca Warriors, who need this more than the Ticas.  

Copa Feminina 2022 for South America's berths starts today in Cali, Armenia, and Bucaramanga, Colombia. My picks: Brazil, Argentina, and Chile will go directly. Intercontinental places: Colombia and Ecuador (although Colombia can, because of being the hosts with home cooking, earn direct qualification, possibly over Argentina or Chile)   

South Africa, Senegal, hosts Morocco, Zambia, Tunisia, and Nigeria could look set to advance in their CAF Women's African Nations Cup tournament. Cameroon and Botswana could join them in the knockout stage. 

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Canada and Costa Rica are the latest to directly qualify for Australia-New Zealand 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup out of the CONCACAF W Championship finishing 1-2 in Group B. Now we'll see if either Jamaica or Haiti will directly qualify with their match later tonight with the winner directly going with the USA (or Haiti just needs a tie to do so, but I'm pulling for the Reggae Girlz). Haiti's looking really good with some of the Haitians actually plying their professional trade in France's women's national D1 league with some talented Haitian-Americans on the squad. Can't see Mexico's El Tri Femenino qualifying or even making it to the qualification tournament in New Zealand, sadly. A shame really for them (more on that next time) as hosts. Panama and Trinidad & Tobago is just a battle to maintain their World Cup qualification campaigns alive down to New Zealand for third playoffs with the inter-continental playoffs. Looking good for Panama so far.

We're assured 2 African teams will make their WWC debutS for Australia-New Zealand next year out of Morocco in Africa. My picks to be the four teams winning the quarterfinals and direct qualification: South Africa (over Tunisia), Morocco (over Botswana), Nigeria (over Cameroon), and Zambia (over Senegal, although this game can go either way). My two African intercontinental picks--Tunisia and Cameroon but don't discount Senegal.

  

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