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I still think Belgium-Germany-Netherlands could be awarded over others.

 

The are competing against:

 

Chile

Denmark-Finland-Iceland-Norway-Sweden

Italy

Mexico

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South Africa

 

These are the bidders that are interested with the only joint bid (bidder) confirmed.

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Denmark-Finland-Norway-Sweden reveal their joint bid plans with aims to smash ticket sales records. Each of those Nordic nations' capital cities plan to host games in the 2027 FIFA WWC with Stockholm's 50,000-seat Friends Arena serving as the Final venue. Also accompanying Copenhagen, Helsinki, Stockholm, and Oslo will be additional host cities Odense in Denmark, Sweden's Gothenburg, Norway's Trondheim and Tampere in Finland. Tele2 Arena, also in Stockholm, must convert to natural grass as a UEFA stipulation should the Nordic bid successfully wins. The DBU, Denmark's national soccer federation, plans to have Copenhagen host the opening game while the Norwegian Football Association (NFF) stated it will host one group at Ullevaal Stadion and Lerkendal Stadion, in addition to a quarter-final at the former venue in Oslo:

https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/63227639

https://www.thestadiumbusiness.com/2022/10/12/nordic-nations-target-record-womens-euro-2025/

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That's actually UEFA Women's Euro 2025 which Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden are bidding for that event, if they are awarded the Euro 2025, they will unlikely to bid for the 2027 FIFA Women's World Cup.

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Belgium and the Netherlands will be the co-hosts of the 2026 Hockey World Cups, which would boost their joint 2027 FIFA Women's World Cup with Germany.

 

https://www.insidethegames.biz/articles/1129976/hockey

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Belgium is one nation that can certainly be a great FIFA Women's World Cup co-host with a very solid women's national team already on the international stage as a debutant. Not just Europe. Would've been competitive next year had they qualified like many other European nations that didn't (like Scotland, Austria, and Poland)

One can hope Morocco's Atlas Lions' soccer sisters, having become the first Arab nation to qualify for the FIFA Women's World Cup in hosting their African qualification tournament, were inspired and motivated by what the Atlas Lions have accomplished in making history of their own in Qatar right now. Hope they get a similar level of fan support the guys are down under. Gotta know they're watching.

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Still wish England/UK had gone for this instead of Euro 28...I mean we've just effectively had a men's Euro very recently so it's not as exciting a prospect as a full World Cup would be (although good to host it all, especially for Wales, Ireland and NI) - especially off the back of the women's Euro. I know which of the two Euro tournaments gave a better impression of England as well - on and off the pitch...

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7 hours ago, SportLightning said:

It was announced by the Brazilian Football Confederation. They could possibly make a joint bid with Chile. That would be nice to see them jointly bid together since they're part of the same continent.

Well, not quite. Chile is literally on the other side of the continent, it could be cool to see two oceans in a World Cup but it would be maddening for travel, especially if the likes of Argentina doesn´t get in as well. Besides, we can host it all for ourselves, we literally hosted one in 2014, altough it was the men´s tournament! And hopefully, if we can get it, may it force our officials to really care about the womens game...

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2 hours ago, Guilga said:

Well, not quite. Chile is literally on the other side of the continent, it could be cool to see two oceans in a World Cup but it would be maddening for travel, especially if the likes of Argentina doesn´t get in as well. Besides, we can host it all for ourselves, we literally hosted one in 2014, altough it was the men´s tournament! And hopefully, if we can get it, may it force our officials to really care about the womens game...

It just depends on travel times. But, we'll see.

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Well, the Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany joint bid is official, they are the first to submit their interest. Next month they are like to confirm their interest of hosting. Since Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany have a strong joint bid, they are likely to be the favorites to co-host.

 

https://www.bng2027.com/

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Here are the key dates for the 2027 FIFA Women's World Cup.

  • 21 April 2023: Member associations to submit their expressions of interest to host the 2027 Women's World Cup
  • 19 May: Member associations to confirm their interest in bidding to host the Women's World Cup by submitting the bidding agreement
  • August: Bid workshop and observer programme to take place during the 2023 Women's World Cup
  • 8 December: Member associations to submit their bids to FIFA
  • February 2024: FIFA to organise on-site inspection visits to bidding countries
  • May: Publication of FIFA's bid evaluation report
  • 2nd quarter: Designation of bids by the FIFA Council
  • 17 May: Appointment of the 2027 Women's World Cup host(s) by the FIFA Congress
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On 3/26/2023 at 5:17 PM, SportLightning said:

Well, the Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany joint bid is official, they are the first to submit their interest. Next month they are like to confirm their interest of hosting. Since Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany have a strong joint bid, they are likely to be the favorites to co-host.

 

https://www.bng2027.com/

All three would make great hosts, but if FIFA is really interested in growing the women's game they have to step outside the traditional hosts. It's past time for South America and Brazil fits the bill as a team that can win the tournament.

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USA and Mexico are now in the race

United States and Mexico to launch joint bid for 2027 FIFA Women’s World Cup (insidethegames.biz)

If they win, it's gonna be 4 straight summers of sport in the US - FIFA 2026, FIFA 2027, LA28, FISU 2029, as well as the Rugby World Cups in 2031 and 2033... hopefully the US sponsors don't get tired by the end lol

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