Three candidates seek to organize the 2027 Women’s World Cup

The FIFA announced this Saturday that three bids have been submitted to organize the 2027 Women’s Soccer World Cup, a European one made up of Belgium, Germany and the Netherlandsanother American with United States and Mexico, and finally Brazil.

The decision will be announced after a public vote during the next FIFA Congress, scheduled for May 17, 2024 in Bangkok (Thailand)the institution specified in a statement.

On November 25, South Africa announced to withdraw from the process, preferring “present a better prepared candidacy for 2031“explained his federation.

The United States already organized the editions of 1999 and 2003, and Germany in 2011.

The last women’s soccer World Cup was organized by Australia and New Zealand during the summer of 2023, and Spain was proclaimed champion.

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