FIFA announces 32-team Women’s World Cup quota

FIFA announces 32-team Women's World Cup quota
FIFA announces 32-team Women's World Cup quota
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Konkakoff will get four straight quotas in the Women’s Football World Cup to be held in 2023, while two more teams from the region can enter through the playoffs of ten teams.

Konkakoff will get four straight quotas in the Women’s Football World Cup to be held in 2023, while two more teams from the region can enter through the playoffs of ten teams. The United States, Canada, and Jamaica represented the region in the 24-team World Cup in France last year. The Concacaf region includes North and Central America and Caribbean countries.

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On Thursday, FIFA announced the quotas for the 32-team tournament. Europe will get 11 straight quotas while Asia will get six and Africa will get four quota places. South America has got four and Oceania has got a quota place.

The World Cup is expected to start from July 10, 2023. 32 teams will participate and 13 hosting venues will be there.

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