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Economic impact estimates rise for FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023

People are waking up to how big this New Zealand event will be, CEO Dave Beeche says.

The USA team are the defending champions for the FIFA Women's World Cup 2023.

Excitement. Passion. Drama. That all got delivered and more during the recent FIFA Men’s World Cup 2022 in Qatar and organisers of the Women’s World Cup being co-hosted in Australia and New Zealand in 2023 are now expecting record-breaking numbers.

The Women’s World Cup will be the largest

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Fiona Rotherham Wed, 21 Dec 2022
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