The women’s team met this morning, Saturday, with the women’s team in the first stage of the Women’s World Cup 2023. In the tie held in Auckland, New Zealand, the host country alongside Australia, Brazil was in Group F alongside France, Jamaica and another upcoming team. of the playoffs. The match is scheduled to begin on July 24, in Adelaide, Australia, against one of the teams still looking for the three places in the playoffs – Paraguay, Taiwan, Papua New Guinea or Panama – to be played in February 2023.
The second match will be against France on July 29 in Brisbane. Phase one closes against the Jamaicans, in Melbourne, on August 2. And the sequence of the women’s team in the World Cup will be a crossing with Group H, in which ranked Germany occupies, in addition to Morocco, Colombia and South Korea. Brazil coach, Pia Sundag, who attended the event, said it would be a challenge not to know the opponent who debuted after being able to focus on that specific opponent.
– It’s a group you just have to embrace, no matter who we play with. It’s a little complicated because we still don’t know our first game, and we don’t know who we’re going to play with. It’s hard to go to work. We’ll have to wait and see in February. That’s the first thing. It is a good thing that we do not play with France in the first match, and we will do our part to get France and Jamaica. Very different games, and I like that. That’s good – said the style of the Brazilian team.
Gilberto Silva participated in the draw for the 2023 Women’s World Cup – Photo: Getty Images
The cup will feature 32 teams for the first time, an increase of eight from 2019 in France. The competition starts on July 20 and runs until August 20. It will be the first match to be played between New Zealand and Norway. On July 27, in Wellington, New Zealand, the United States and the Netherlands will readjust their last World Cup Final. The winner of Euro 2022, England, made his debut against one of the upcoming A-Team B teams – Senegal, Haiti or Chile – on July 22, in Brisbane, Australia.
The Brazilian national team continues in November to prepare for next year’s conflict. The team, led by coach Pia Sundag, will play two friendlies between the 7th and 15th of next month. They are organized by the Brazilian Football Confederation in Brazil. Another strong test will be the finals against England, an event organized by CONMEBOL and UEFA between the Copa América and Eurocup champions, scheduled for FIFA history in April – from the 3rd to the 11th of the month.
Rank in Playoff B (Senegal, Haiti or Chile)
seeded A play-off (Cameroon, Thailand or Portugal)
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Ranked in the Play of C (Paraguay, Taiwan, Papua New Guinea or Panama)
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