Following an in depth evaluation of the bid books and visits to the bidding nations, as we speak FIFA confirmed that three bids might be submitted to the FIFA Council to ensure that it to pick out the FIFA Ladies’s World Cup 2023™ host(s) at its assembly to be held on-line on 25 June 2020. The three qualifying bids are:
- joint submission by Soccer Federation Australia and New Zealand Soccer;
- submission by the Colombian Soccer Affiliation;
- submission by the Japan Soccer Affiliation.
The Brazilian Soccer Affiliation knowledgeable FIFA on Monday, 8 June, of its choice to withdraw its bid.
The analysis report is now obtainable right here.
“One yr after the record-breaking eighth version of the FIFA Ladies’s World Cup in France, the FIFA Council will determine on the host(s) for the ninth version of the event in 2023, which we hope might be even greater and higher. The standard of the bids is testimony to the large momentum girls’s soccer has generated and we’re trying ahead to constructing on this to take girls’s soccer to the following stage on the FIFA Ladies’s World Cup 2023,” stated FIFA Secretary Normal Fatma Samoura.
FIFA has developed a strong analysis mannequin for the FIFA Ladies’s World Cup 2023 bidding course of that contains the next key parts:
- a technical analysis: an evaluation of the principle infrastructure and industrial standards, making use of an analysis system established by FIFA;
- a threat evaluation: an evaluation of the dangers related to sure standards, together with however not restricted to human rights and sustainability, making use of a selected ranking;
- an outline: a abstract of related info supplied within the bid, such because the internet hosting imaginative and prescient and technique, highlighting potential points (with no technical analysis or threat evaluation).
The methodology and utility of the scoring system used for the technical analysis are specified within the Overview of the scoring system for the technical analysis of bids.
Essentially the most aggressive bidding course of within the historical past of the FIFA Ladies’s World Cup™ will see the appointment of the host(s) of the 2023 showpiece following an open voting process by the FIFA Council, wherein the results of every poll and the associated votes by the Council members might be made public on FIFA.com.
Following on from the astounding success of the FIFA Ladies’s World Cup 2019™ in France and the next unanimous choice by the FIFA Council, the FIFA Ladies’s World Cup 2023 would be the first version to function 32 groups.
A full overview of the bidding course of is on the market within the Information to the Bidding Course of for FIFA Ladies’s World Cup 2023™.