Matches and full schedule for the knockout phases

Moroccan players celebrate
Morocco reached the knockout phases on the expense of Germany – FIFA / Alex Grimm

Germany was eradicated from the Girls’s World Cup. The 2-time champions drew South Korea 1-1 in a tense end towards Group H.

Morocco’s 1-0 win over Colombia in Perth put further strain on the German aspect who then wanted a win over South Korea in Brisbane to progress, however may solely handle an equaliser. The final two group stage matches kicked off concurrently on Thursday night time on reverse sides in Australia.

Colombia completed prime of Group H whereas Morocco completed second with six factors, in a exceptional turnaround after dropping 6-0 to Germany within the match’s opening match.

With the group stage now full, the spherical of 16 begins on Saturday. First knockout in England Monday vs Nigeria.

Knockout matches for the 2023 Girls’s World Cup

(native occasions / UK / Japanese time)

Saturday fifth August

  • Spherical of 16: Switzerland vs SpainEden Park, Auckland, 5pm/6am/1am (BBC)

  • Spherical of 16: Japan vs NorwayWellington Regional Stadium, Wellington, 8pm/9am/4am (ITV)

Sunday sixth August

  • Spherical of 16: Netherlands vs South AfricaSydney Soccer Stadium, Sydney, midday/3 a.m./10 p.m. Saturday, August 5 (BBC)

  • Spherical of 16: Sweden vs USAMelbourne Rectangular Stadium, Melbourne, 7pm/10am/5am (ITV)

Monday 7 August

  • Spherical of 16: England vs NigeriaBrisbane Stadium, Brisbane, 5.30pm / 8.30am / 3.30am (BBC)

  • Spherical of 16: Australia vs DenmarkStadium Australia, Sydney, 8.30pm / 11.30am / 6.30am (BBC)

Tuesday 8 August

  • Spherical of 16: Colombia vs JamaicaMelbourne Rectangular Stadium, Melbourne, 6pm/9am/4am (ITV)

  • Spherical of 16: France vs MoroccoHindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide, 8.30pm/midday/7am (BBC)

Friday eleventh August

  • Quarterfinals 1Wellington Regional Stadium, Wellington, 1pm / 2am / 9pm Thursday, 10 August

  • Quarterfinals 2Eden Park, Auckland, 7.30pm / 8.30am / 3.30am

Saturday twelfth August

  • Quarterfinals 3Brisbane Stadium, Brisbane, 5pm/8am/3am

  • Quarterfinals 4Stadium Australia, Sydney, 8:30 PM / 11:30 AM / 6:30 AM

Tuesday 15 August

  • semi-final 1Eden Park, Auckland, 8pm/9am/4am (BBC)

Wed 16 Aug

  • semi-final 2Stadium Australia, Sydney, 8pm/11am/6am (BBC)

Saturday 19 August

  • Decide the third placeBrisbane Stadium, Brisbane, 6pm/9am/4am (ITV)

Sunday 20 August

  • finalStadium Australia, Sydney, 8pm/11am/6am (ITV & BBC)

Full group stage outcomes

Thursday 20 July

Friday twenty first July

  • Nigeria 0 Canada 0Group B, Melbourne Rectangular Stadium, Melbourne

  • Philippines 0 Switzerland 2Group A, Dunedin Stadium, Dunedin

  • Spain 3 Costa Rica 0Group C, Wellington Regional Stadium, Wellington

Saturday twenty second July

  • USA 3 Vietnam 0Group E, Eden Park, Auckland

  • Zambia – Japan 5Group C, Waikato Stadium, Hamilton

  • England 1 Haiti 0Group D, Brisbane Stadium, Brisbane

  • Denmark 1 China 0Group D, Perth Rectangular Stadium, Perth

Sunday 23 July

  • Sweden 2 South Africa 1Group G, Wellington Regional Stadium, Wellington. Group G, Wellington Regional Stadium, Wellington

  • Netherlands 1 Portugal 0Group E, Dunedin Stadium, Dunedin

  • France 0 Jamaica 0Group F, Sydney Soccer Stadium, Sydney

Monday 24 July

  • Italy 1 Argentina 0Group G, Eden Park, Auckland

  • Germany 6 Morocco 0Group H, Melbourne Rectangular Stadium, Melbourne

  • Brazil 4 vs Panama 0Group F, Hindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide

Tuesday 25 July

  • Colombia 2 South Korea 0Group H, Sydney Soccer Stadium, Sydney

  • New Zealand 0 Philippines 1Group A, Wellington Regional Stadium, Wellington

  • Switzerland 0 Norway 0Group A, Waikato Stadium, Hamilton

Wed 26 Jul

  • Japan 2 Costa Rica 0Group C, Dunedin Stadium, Dunedin

  • Spain 5 Zambia 0Group C, Eden Park, Auckland

  • Canada 2 Ireland 1Group B, Perth Rectangular Stadium, Perth

Thursday 27 July

  • USA 1 Netherlands 1Group E, Wellington Regional Stadium

  • Portugal 2 Vietnam 0Group E, Waikato Stadium, Hamilton

  • Australia 2 Nigeria 3Group B, Brisbane Stadium, Brisbane

Friday 28 July

  • Argentina 2 South Africa 2Group G, Dunedin Stadium, Dunedin

  • England 1 Denmark 0Group D, Sydney Soccer Stadium, Sydney

  • China 1 Haiti 0 Group D, Hindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide

Saturday 29 July

  • Sweden 5 Italy 0Group G, Wellington Regional Stadium, Wellington. Group G, Wellington Regional Stadium, Wellington

  • France 2 Brazil 1Group F, Brisbane Stadium, Brisbane

  • Panama 0 Jamaica 1Group F, Perth Rectangular Stadium, Perth

Sunday 30 July

  • South Korea 0 Morocco 1Group H, Hindmarsh Stadium

  • Norway 6 Philippines 0Group One, Eden Park, Auckland

  • Switzerland 0 New Zealand 0Group A, Dunedin

  • Germany 1 Colombia 2Group H, Sydney Soccer Stadium, Sydney

Monday thirty first July

  • Costa Rica 1 Zambia 3Group C, Waikato Stadium, Hamilton

  • Japan 4 Spain 0Group C, Wellington Regional Stadium, Wellington

  • Canada 0 Australia 4Group B, Melbourne Rectangular Stadium, Melbourne

  • Eire 0 Nigeria 0Group B, Brisbane Stadium, Brisbane

Tuesday 1st August

  • Portugal 0 USA 0Group E, Eden Park, Auckland

  • Vietnam – Netherlands 7Group E, Dunedin Stadium, Dunedin

  • Haiti 0 Denmark 2Group D, Perth Rectangular Stadium, Perth

  • China 1 England 6Group D, Hindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide

Wed 2 Aug

  • South Africa 3 Italy 2Group G Wellington Regional Stadium

  • Argentina – Sweden 2Group G, Waikato Stadium, Hamilton

  • Panama 3 France 6Group F, Sydney Soccer Stadium, Sydney

  • Jamaica 0 Brazil 0Group F, Melbourne Rectangular Stadium

Thursday, August 3

  • South Korea 1 Germany 1Group H, Brisbane Stadium

  • Morocco 1 Colombia 0Group H, Perth Rectangular Stadium

How did the teams finish?

  • Group A
    Switzerland
    Norway
    New Zealand
    Filipino

  • Group B
    Australia
    Nigeria
    Canada
    Republic of Eire

  • Group C
    Japan
    Spain
    Zambia
    Costa Rica

  • group d
    England
    Denmark
    China
    Haiti

  • Group E
    Holland
    United State
    Portugal
    Vietnam

  • Group F
    France
    Jamaica
    Brazil
    Panama

  • Group G
    Sweden
    South Africa
    Italy
    Argentina

  • group h
    Colombia
    Morocco
    Germany
    South Korea

The place is the World Cup held?

The match is co-hosted by Australia and New Zealand, who beat out Colombia to win the vote. The stadiums embody people who can be well-known to rugby followers, resembling Eden Park (Auckland), Suncorp Stadium (Brisbane) and Stadium Australia (Sydney).

Girls’s World Cup stadiums: your information to the stadiums

Hindmarsh Stadium, Adelaide

Event capability: 13,327
Dwelling to the A-League skilled soccer group Adelaide United, Hindmarsh Stadium was one of many venues chosen to host the boys’s soccer preliminary matches on the Sydney Olympics in 2000.

Eden Park, Auckland

Event capability: 40,536
Primarily used for rugby union within the winter and cricket in the summertime, Eden Park will host the opening match of the match between co-hosts New Zealand and Norway.

Brisbane Stadium, Brisbane

Event capability: 46,851
Lang Park, often known as the Brisbane Soccer Floor, opened in 1914, on the location of the previous North Brisbane Cemetery, and in its early days was dwelling to many various sports activities, together with biking, athletics and soccer. It should host a number of matches through the match, and matches on the 2032 Olympics.

Dunedin Stadium, Dunedin

Event capability: 24,243
Positioned in Logan Park, Dunedin, the “Glasshouse” – as it’s referred to as – is the world’s solely totally lined pure turf stadium. This nice characteristic is used to gather rainwater which is used to irrigate the pitch.

Waikato Stadium, Hamilton

Event capability: 16,271
Opened in 1925, Waikato Stadium is a significant sports activities and cultural venue in Hamilton, internet hosting 5 group matches with Argentina, Costa Rica, Japan, Norway, Portugal, Sweden, Switzerland, Vietnam and Zambia.

Melbourne Rectangular Stadium, Melbourne

Event capability: 24,870
Having beforehand been used for rugby league matches in 2010 and 2014 and the 2017 Rugby World Cup, Melbourne’s rectangular floor will host group matches and two spherical of 16 matches.

Perth Rectangular Stadium, Perth

Event capability: 13,932
The stadium will host 5 matches within the Girls’s World Cup teams, beginning with the Group D match between Denmark and China, the Asian champions. The Republic of Eire can even play right here, towards Olympic champions Canada in Group B.

Stadium Australia, Sydney

Event capability: 69,314
A jewel within the crown of Australian soccer, the stadium will host Australia’s opening match of the match towards the Republic of Eire. Three extra knockout matches can be performed right here, in addition to the ultimate on August 20.

Sydney Soccer Stadium, Sydney

Event capability: 38,841
Having hosted each males’s and girls’s soccer for over three many years, the stadium has hosted six matches, together with 5 group matches and a knockout match.

Wellington Regional Stadium, Wellington

Championship capability: 31,089
Dubbed “The Cake Tin” by locals, it was the primary bowl-style stadium within the nation to supply extra space for big crowds, resembling cricket followers who go to the sector for One Day Worldwide cricket matches.

Learn how to get tickets

Tickets for multi-match packages can be found from $20 AUD/NZD for adults solely and $10 AUD/NZD for youngsters.

Who’re the hero defenders?

The USA beat the Netherlands in Lyon in 2019.

What’s the ball used within the match?

Official Ball makes use of the identical expertise that was deployed through the 2022 males’s match in Qatar, to ship information to VAR officers in actual time to contribute to semi-automated offside selections.

The ball, created by Adidas and named “OCEAUNZ”, incorporates a movement sensor powered by a chargeable battery, which may be charged by induction and is suspended within the heart of the ball.

“Adidas has created an iconic (ball) that displays range, inclusivity and synergy, becoming the themes of the first-ever Girls’s World Cup hosted by two completely different nations from completely different confederations,” mentioned FIFA Secretary Normal Fatma Samoura. “This version of the match can be very particular.”

The official ball of the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup

The official ball of the 2023 FIFA Girls’s World Cup

What are one of the best final odds?

  • England 11/4

  • Spain 9/2

  • USA 9/2

  • Japan 8/1

  • France 7/1

  • Netherlands 12/1

  • Australia 12/1

  • Sweden 20/1

  • Columbia 25/1

Odds are right as of August 4th

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