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JUly
2023

TOP EVENTS

Until 18: FIFA Women's International Friendly Games (International)

14: Liga MX Femenil, Apertura 2023/24, Kick off (Mexico)

18: UEFA Women's U-19 Championship, Kick off (International)

20: FIFA Women's World Cup, Kick off (International)

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ABOUT THE EVENTS

LIGA MX FEMENIL

Highest league of women's football in Mexico

Founded: 2016 (first season 2017)

Sponsor: BBVA

Current season: 2023/24

Apertura* season: 14 July - 6 November 2023

Play-off "Liguilla": 9 - 27 November 2023

(Clausura* season: Pending)

Teams: 18

Rounds: 17 

Knockout Stage: The top eight teams qualify to the knockout stage called 'Liguilla'

Quarter-finals, semi-finals and final are played with a two-legged system; a home + away game for each team

Total Matches: 167 (153 + 14 playoffs)

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Current champion (2022 Apertura): Tigres UANL (5th title)

Current champion (2023 Clausura): Club América (2nd title)

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Top goal scorer 2022 Apertura: Mia Fishel 17 goals)

Top goal scorer 2023 Clausura: Charlyn Corral (20 goals)

Most championships all seasons: Tigres UANL (5 titles)

*The Apertura and Clausura tournaments is a split season format common for many Latin American football leagues in which the season is divided in two sections per season (Apertura + Clausura) each with its own champion.

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UEFA WOMEN'S UNDER-19 CHAMPIONSHIP

The 20th edition of the UEFA Women's Under-19 Championship

Belgium is hosting the tournament on July 18-30

Eight teams are playing in the tournament, with players born on or after 1 January 2004 eligible to participate

Spain are the defending champions

GROUP A

  • Belgium (Host)

  • Austria

  • Germany

  • Netherlands

GROUP B

  • Iceland

  • France

  • Czech Republic

  • Spain

The group winners and runners-up advanced to the semi-finals

The top four teams of the tournament will qualify for the 2024 FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup in Colombia as the UEFA representatives

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FIFA WOMEN'S WORLD CUP

EDITION: The 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup will be the ninth edition

HOSTS: Australia and New Zealand (first women's edition to have more than one host nation)

DATES: To take place from 20 July to 20 August 2023

TEAMS: 32 teams from six confederations (for the first time 32, an expansion from the previous 24 teams)

OPENING GAME: New Zealand vs Norway at Eden Park, Auckland, on 20 July 2023

FINAL: 20 August 2023 at Sydney Olympic Stadium in Australia

DEFENDING CHAMPIONS: United States (won the previous two tournaments, 2015 and 2019

PRIZE MONEY:  Total prize pool is $110 million, $80 million more than the prize pool of the previous tournament in 2019

FORMAT: Group stage consisting of eight groups of four teams. The top two teams progressing from each group to a knockout tournament starting with Round of 16 matches

MATCHES: 64 (increase from 52)

GROUPS: 

  • Group A 

    • ​New Zealand

    • Norway

    • Philippines

    • Switzerland

  • Group B

    • Australia​

    • Republic of Ireland

    • Nigeria

    • Canada

  • Group C

    • Spain​

    • Costa Rica

    • Zambia

    • Japan

  • Group D

    • England​

    • Haiti

    • Denmark

    • China

  • Group E

    • United States​

    • Vietnam

    • Netherlands

    • Portugal

  • Group F

    • France​

    • Jamaica

    • Brazil

    • Panama

  • Group G

    • Sweden​

    • South Africa

    • Italy

    • Argentina

  • Group H

    • Germany​

    • Morocco

    • Colombia

    • South Korea

HOST CITIES AND VENUES AUSTRALIA: 

  • Sydney

    • Stadium Australia - Capacity: 83,500

    • Sydney Football Stadium - Capacity: 42,512

  • Brisbane

    • Lang Park - Capacity: 52,263

  • Melbourne

    • Melbourne Rectangular Stadium - Capacity: 30,052

  • Perth

    • Perth Rectangular Stadium - Capacity: 22,225

  • Adelaide

    • Hindmarsh Stadium - Capacity: 18,435

HOST CITIES AND VENUES NEW ZEALAND:

  • Auckland    

    • Eden Park - Capacity: 48,276

  • Wellington

    • Wellington Regional Stadium - Capacity: 39,000

  • Dunedin    

    • Forsyth Barr Stadium - Capacity: 28,744

  • Hamilton

    • Waikato Stadium - Capacity: 25,111

OFFICIAL MASCOT: Tazuni

OFFICIAL THEME SONG: "Unity" 

OFFICIAL SONG: "Do It Again", by BENEE and Mallrat (local artists)

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