Womens World Cup Qual

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Fixtures

DateRHome vs Away-
02/23 16:00 - Turkey Women vs Serbia Women View
04/07 16:00 - Georgia Women vs Sweden Women View
04/07 16:00 - Belarus Women vs Iceland Women View
04/07 16:00 - Montenegro Women vs Russia Women View
04/07 16:00 - Norway Women vs Kosovo Women View
04/07 16:00 - Albania Women vs Belgium Women View
04/07 16:00 - Serbia Women vs Israel Women View
04/07 16:00 - Bosnia-Herzegovina Women vs Azerbaijan Women View
04/07 16:00 - Poland Women vs Armenia Women View
04/07 16:00 - Bulgaria Women vs Turkey Women View
04/08 16:00 - Netherlands Women vs Cyprus Women View
04/08 16:00 - Austria Women vs Northern Ireland Women View

Results

Date R Home vs Away -
12/01 07:00 - Armenia Women vs Norway Women 0-10
11/30 20:10 - [1] France Women vs Wales Women [2] 2-0
11/30 20:00 - [1] Spain Women vs Scotland Women [2] 8-0
11/30 19:30 - [3] Belgium Women vs Poland Women [2] 4-0
11/30 19:00 - [4] Luxembourg Women vs Austria Women [3] 0-8
11/30 19:00 - [1] England Women vs Latvia Women [6] 20-0
11/30 19:00 - [4] Republic of Ireland Women vs Georgia Women [5] 11-0
11/30 18:00 - [1] Sweden Women vs Slovakia Women [3] 3-0
11/30 18:00 - [2] Portugal Women vs Germany Women [1] 1-3
11/30 17:00 - [1] Denmark Women vs Russia Women [2] 3-1
11/30 17:00 - [4] Hungary Women vs Ukraine Women [3] 4-2
11/30 17:00 - [3] Slovenia Women vs Greece Women [4] 0-0

The 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup qualification process determines all 32 teams which will play in the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup, with the co-hosts Australia and New Zealand qualifying automatically. It is the ninth FIFA Women's World Cup, the quadrennial international women's football world championship tournament. The tournament is the first Women's World Cup to be hosted in multiple countries, the second by an AFC member association after the 1991 and 2007 Women's World Cups in China, the first to be held in the Southern Hemisphere, the first senior FIFA tournament in Oceania, and also the first FIFA tournament to be hosted across multiple confederations (with Australia in the AFC and New Zealand in the OFC).

The field was expanded from 24 teams in the 2019 edition to 32 in the 2023 edition.