Northern NSW clubs will have the opportunity to participate in the FIFA Women's World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023™ this July and August.
NNSWF is now seeking expressions of interest from clubs to participate in this unique football experience.
To be eligible, clubs must have completed one star in Game Changer (Football Australia’s new club development program) by 11 May 2023. Once completed, clubs can register their interest. Registered clubs will then go into a draw to win the opportunity to represent their region on the world stage.
"This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for young footballers to experience the excitement and atmosphere of the FIFA Women's World Cup," NNSWF CEO Peter Haynes said.
"We encourage all clubs to complete the Game Changer program and register their interest."
The matches where your club could be involved are as follows:
- England v Denmark - Sydney Football Stadium - Friday 28 July - 6.30pm
- Quarter Final - Stadium Australia - Saturday 12 August - 8.30pm
NNSWF encourages all affiliated clubs to take advantage of this unique opportunity before 11 May to showcase their club on the world stage.
How your club can get involved.
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