Record-Breaking 2023 Women's World Cup: 32 Nations

The 2023 Women's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand sets a record as the largest edition yet, featuring 32 national teams.

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 Women's World Cup 2023

The host nations, Australia and New Zealand, earned automatic qualification, leaving 30 spots for other teams to secure through confederation tournaments or inter-confederation playoffs.

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 Women's World Cup 2023

The tournament promises to be an exciting showcase of women's soccer, with diverse teams from around the world competing for the ultimate prize.

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 Women's World Cup 2023

Newzealand, Norway, Swizerland,Phillipines

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Group A

Canada, Nigeria, Australia, Ireland

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Group B

Japan, Costa Rica,Spain, Zambia

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Group C

England, China, Haiti,Denmark

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Group D

United States, Netherlands,Portugal,Vietnam

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Group E

France, Brazil, Jamaica, Panama

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Group F

Sweden, South Africa, Italy,Argentina

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Group G

Germany, Colombia,South Korea, Morocco

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Group H

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