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The 10th FIFA Women's World Cup in 2027 doesn't have a host just yet. Bidding process timeline could start very soon. Right now we have one joint bid have already confirmed and that is: Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands. Six counties have expressed interests of hosting the 2027 FIFA Women's World Cup are: Chile and the joint bid of the Nordic countries: Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. I expect Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands to co-host since they have a strong joint bid for the next edition after Australia and New Zealand in 2023. Who do you think will co-host the FIFA Women's World Cup 2027? We'll find out in the coming months.

 

https://royal-belgian-football-association.prezly.com/neighbouring-football-nations-join-their-efforts-for-2027-womens-world-cup-bid

https://www.dfb.de/frauen-nationalmannschaft/news-detail/3-nationen-ein-ziel-deutschland-bewirbt-sich-fuer-wm-2027-220698/

https://www.knvb.nl/nieuws/themas/fifa-uefa/61887/belgië-duitsland-en-nederland-slaan-handen-ineen-voor-wk-2027

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10 hours ago, philipp morgenstern said:

if its Netherlands, Belgium and Germany. Those three countries cannot autoqualify directly

They might, it just depends on FIFA and the three countries' national teams. We wait until the host of the 2027 is announced. And yes 2023 you said not only in the AFC side (Australia) but also the OFC side (New Zealand) that you forgot to mention.

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On 12/6/2021 at 2:31 PM, SportLightning said:

The 10th FIFA Women's World Cup in 2027 doesn't have a host just yet. Bidding process timeline could start very soon. Right now we have one joint bid have already confirmed and that is: Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands. Six counties have expressed interests of hosting the 2027 FIFA Women's World Cup are: Chile and the joint bid of the Nordic countries: Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. I expect Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands to co-host since they have a strong joint bid for the next edition after Australia and New Zealand in 2023. Who do you think will co-host the FIFA Women's World Cup 2027? We'll find out in the coming months.

 

https://royal-belgian-football-association.prezly.com/neighbouring-football-nations-join-their-efforts-for-2027-womens-world-cup-bid

https://www.dfb.de/frauen-nationalmannschaft/news-detail/3-nationen-ein-ziel-deutschland-bewirbt-sich-fuer-wm-2027-220698/

https://www.knvb.nl/nieuws/themas/fifa-uefa/61887/belgië-duitsland-en-nederland-slaan-handen-ineen-voor-wk-2027

Brazil would be the only viable bid from South America. Just reuse all the 2014 world cup stadiums. 

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17 hours ago, philipp morgenstern said:

Brazil would be the only viable bid from South America. Just reuse all the 2014 world cup stadiums. 

Brazil is not in the running to host the 2027 FIFA Women's World Cup. They did bid for the 2023 edition before they withdraw its bid due to economic problems cause by COVID-19. Instead Chile is in the bid.

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14 hours ago, philipp morgenstern said:

But Chile doesnt have big enough stadiums? 

Actually, Chile's stadiums are big enough to host if they win the bid, they should reuse their venues from the 2015 Copa América. Including cities of: Santiago de Chile, Concepción, Viña del Mar, Antofagasta, Valparaíso, Temuco, La Serena and Rancagua. These are my possible guess for Chile 2027 FIFA Women's World Cup bid.

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Here the link on news of Chile 2027 FIFA Women's World Cup bid following their successful qualification of the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup in France.

 

https://www.latercera.com/el-deportivo/noticia/chile-quiere-el-mundial-femenino/717409/

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On 12/16/2021 at 1:52 AM, philipp morgenstern said:

South Africa wouldn't be a bad option either https://sundayworld.co.za/sport/sa-to-bid-for-2027-fifa-world-cup/ . Loved the 2010 world cup atmosphere, so wouldnt mind repeating that.

The Nordic bid of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden are also in the running to co-host the 2027 FIFA Women's World Cup. USA will not bid for the 2027 FIFA Women's World Cup since they are more focused on 2031 FIFA Women's World Cup according to SportBusiness.com which is to avoid the year early for the 2026 FIFA World Cup which USA is co-hosting along with Canada and Mexico, as well with the year following in the 2028 Olympic and Paralympic Games in Los Angeles.

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Here a possible venue list if Belgium-Germany-Netherlands wins the 2027 FIFA Women's World Cup bid over the others:

 

Belgium:

 

Brussles: King Baudouin Stadium - Capacity: 50,093

Boitssfort: Drie Lindenstadion - Capacity: 40,000

Liège:  Stade Maurice Dufrasne - Capacity: 29,062

 

Germany:

 

Berlin: Olympiastadium - Capacity: 74,475

Munich: Allianz Arena - Capacity: 75,000

Hamburg: Volksparkstadion - Capacity: 50,030

 

Netherlands:

 

Amsterdam: Johan Cruyff ArenA - Capacity: 55,500

Rotterdam: De Kuip - Capacity: 51,117

Eindhoven: Philips Stadion - Capacity: 36,500

Enschede: De Grolsch Veste - Capacity: 30,205

Heerenveen: Abe Lenstra Stadion - Capacity: 26,800

Utrecht: Stadion Galgenwaard - Capacity: 23,750

 

These are really good venues if Belgium-Germany-Netherlands is awarded. The final i expect to be held in either: Brussels, Berlin or Amsterdam. Probably Amsterdam to be used as the final. What do you think about the venues list for Belgium-Germany-Netherlands.

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Here's a bid video of Belgium-Germany-Netherlands 2027 FIFA Women's World Cup with several women's football legends: Silvia Neid (Germany), Femke Maes (Belgium) and Sarina Wiegman (Netherlands). That Belgium-Germany-Netherlands bid is a very strong candidature. I think it would be awesome. They could still automatically qualify as co-hosts pending on FIFA decision, same for 2026 FIFA World Cup with Canada, Mexico and United States awaiting all three to secure automatic qualification.

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On 12/27/2021 at 11:39 PM, SportLightning said:

Germany:

 

 

Berlin: Olympiastadium - Capacity: 74,475

Munich: Allianz Arena - Capacity: 75,000

Hamburg: Volksparkstadion - Capacity: 50,030

My guess is Germany will (once again) hostt in the stadiums that usually do not stand a chance to host a men's World Cup or Euro. We'll probably see more the likes of Bremen or Mönchengladbach.

On 12/27/2021 at 11:39 PM, SportLightning said:

These are really good venues if Belgium-Germany-Netherlands is awarded. The final i expect to be held in either: Brussels, Berlin or Amsterdam. Probably Amsterdam to be used as the final. What do you think about the venues list for Belgium-Germany-Netherlands.

 

Feyenoord plans to build a new 63,000-seat stadium. It has been long in the making and I'm not too sure, when or if that project will ever become reality. However, if it's on the table for the 2027 edition, it will be the most likely final venue.

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17 hours ago, munichfan said:

My guess is Germany will (once again) hostt in the stadiums that usually do not stand a chance to host a men's World Cup or Euro. We'll probably see more the likes of Bremen or Mönchengladbach.

Feyenoord plans to build a new 63,000-seat stadium. It has been long in the making and I'm not too sure, when or if that project will ever become reality. However, if it's on the table for the 2027 edition, it will be the most likely final venue.

It is possible for the final venue to be Rotterdam, i'm not sure. But i still predict Amsterdam as the final venue.

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The Netherlands and Germany would qualify anyway, no matter what. And given the state of women's football, a successful women's world cup needs some heavy marketing to attract crowds. Having the home team(s) there is the kind of free marketing you do not want to miss out at.

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On 1/4/2022 at 5:14 AM, munichfan said:

The Netherlands and Germany would qualify anyway, no matter what. And given the state of women's football, a successful women's world cup needs some heavy marketing to attract crowds. Having the home team(s) there is the kind of free marketing you do not want to miss out at.

If Belgium qualifies for the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand, maybe FIFA if awarded the three countries all three of them could qualify automatically.

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20 hours ago, philipp morgenstern said:

I think Belgium and the Netherlands don't need Germany, they have enough stadiums.

That doesn't matter they're still part of the joint candidature.

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If the Nordic countries were awarded the 2027 Women’s World Cup, calling it Denmark-Finland-Iceland-Norway-Sweden is a really long name. And there would be more than 1 mascot.

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1 hour ago, AliciasBlade said:

If the Nordic countries were awarded the 2027 Women’s World Cup, calling it Denmark-Finland-Iceland-Norway-Sweden is a really long name. And there would be more than 1 mascot.

Just call it Nordic 2027, that one is a shorter name.

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