Women’s soccer team, World Cup base camp outside Sydney

Now it’s the Women’s World Cup.

The 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup base camp for the women’s national soccer team led by coach Colin Bell has been confirmed. The Women’s World Cup, which will be held in July and August next year, is co-hosted by Australia and New Zealand, and is the first ever Women’s World Cup to be held in the southern hemisphere. 토토

On the 12th (Korean time), FIFA announced the base camps of the 29 countries that have confirmed their participation in the Women’s World Cup.

Korea’s Betsy Camp was decided to be the Campbelltown Sports Stadium outside Sydney, Australia. Accommodation is Rydges Campbelltown near Campbelltown Sports Stadium. It is located about 50 km southwest of downtown Sydney.

The 9th Women’s World Cup is co-hosted by Australia and New Zealand, with a record 32 countries competing in the finals. It will be held in the same way as the Men’s World Cup, in which 4 countries are divided into 8 groups and play the group stage (1st and 2nd place in each group advance to the round of 16).

The competition will be held in 5 cities in Australia and 4 cities in New Zealand. Since the group stage is held in one country for each group, 토토 a base camp was prepared for the first time in the Women’s World Cup. Of the 29 countries that have confirmed their participation, 14 countries, including Korea, decided to set up base camps in Australia and 15 countries in New Zealand.

The remaining three countries to advance to the finals will be determined through an intercontinental playoff in February next year. 토토

Korea secured a ticket to the World Cup with this year’s Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Asian Cup runner-up. As a result of the group draw last October, they were tied in Group H with Colombia (July 25, Sydney), Morocco (July 30, Adelaide) and Germany (August 3, Brisbane).