Tahiti women’s national team finishes their European tour

🇫🇷Français The Tahiti women’s national team finished their three-match friendly tour in Europe. Even with two losses and a draw to Luxembourg and Andorra respectively, the Tahiti team certainly can take a lot of this experience. Luxembourg 5-0 Tahiti The first match was played on Luxembourg soil against the hosts. In the first thirty minutesContinue reading “Tahiti women’s national team finishes their European tour”

Trina Davis will be at Fiji training camp

Trina Davis is the first Fijian woman player to play professional football, her rise in the Fiji national team was like a meteor, leading Fiji to the 2018 Nations Cup final. She will be at the Fiji women’s national team training camp next month. She made the announcement herself in a post on her InstagramContinue reading “Trina Davis will be at Fiji training camp”

2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup: will be there two representatives from OFC?

The next FIFA Women’s World Cup will be historical for Oceania as Australia and New Zealand are going to co-host the first FIFA Women’s World Cup with 32 teams in 2023. The official announcement was made by FIFA’s president Gianni Infantino through an official livestream shared by FIFA official social media on June 25 andContinue reading “2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup: will be there two representatives from OFC?”

Australia and New Zealand will co-host 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup

Good news for Oceania! The Trans-Tasman joint-bid is the winner and Australia and New Zealand will co-host 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup! As Brazil and Japan withdrew from trying to host the upcoming Women’s World Cup there were only two options in the final poll: Colombia and Australia/New Zealand. The Trans-Tasman bid was the theContinue reading “Australia and New Zealand will co-host 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup”

Australia and New Zealand closer to co-host 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup

Australia and New Zealand are getting closer to co-host 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup as Brazil’s candidature was withdrawn. There are now three active bids to host the tournament: Colombia, Japan and Australia-New Zealand. With FIFA’s plan to expand the tournament o 32 teams, a joint Australian–New Zealand bid was announced to be under considerationContinue reading “Australia and New Zealand closer to co-host 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup”

New Zealand and Australia want to co-host 2023 Women’s World Cup

The 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup is the 9th edition of the tournament and the first ever with 32 teams but the host nation is not decided yet. Brazil, Colombia and Japan are also interested on hosting the event. New Zealand and Australia recently announced a partnership to launch a joint Women’s World Cup bid.Continue reading “New Zealand and Australia want to co-host 2023 Women’s World Cup”