The 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup will be held in Australia and New Zealand from July 20 to August 20. The World Cup Cup already took place today in the Netherlands.
To inspire footballers and fans and promote the World Cup next summer, the trophy is touring all 32 countries participating in this World Cup. In the Netherlands, the tour began at the amateur association VV Nijmegen, which is celebrating its 75th anniversary this year. A football clinic was held here with 14 different amateur clubs in the region. Here the kick-off kick-off was performed by (Secretary General KNVB), Lucienne Reichardt (Women’s Football KNVB Manager) and Fatma Samoura (FIFA Secretary General).
In the afternoon admire the World Cup trophy at the Australian Ambassador’s residence in the Netherlands. The potential of women’s football was discussed at length during a luncheon hosted by the Australian and New Zealand embassies. Speakers include Fatma Samoura and Member of Parliament and former international Jeanette van der Laan.
The World Cup trophy is now coming to France. But we hope to have a permanent place in the Netherlands after August 20th.
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