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2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup Draw: Nigeria in Group B (Full Draw)



The 2023 Women’s World Cup draw was held in Auckland on Saturday, October 22..

While three spots remain up for grabs, 29 teams have already qualified for the tournament which will take place in Australia and New Zealand from July 20-August 20, 2023.

For the first time in Women’s World Cup history, eight groups were formed for the tournament with only the top-two sides from each qualifying for the knockout stages.

New Zealand and Norway will kickoff the tournament after being drawn in Group A, while Australia will start their campaign against the Republic of Ireland.

Defending champions the USWNT will face Vietnam in their first match with Netherlands and a playoff winner looming in Group E.

Women’s World Cup groups 2023
The below table was updated as teams were placed into each group.

Co-hosts Australia and New Zealand were automatically placed in the first two groups

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