FIFA Women’s World Cup 2027- United States & 5 Other Nations Bid For Hosting Rights, Inspection Dates, Final Announcement & More

Published 12/09/2023, 10:00 AM EST

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More than three months have passed since the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup concluded. The tournament had all the drama ranging from the USWNT’s fall in the round of 16 to Spain winning their first-ever World Cup. Soccer fans will have to wait till 2027 to see such intense action once again. Anyhow, per a recent FIFA update, the bidding process for hosting the tournament has kick-started.

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FIFA has received three bid submissions, including two joint bid submissions and one single bid submission on December 08, the deadline day. Six countries, including the United States, are involved in the bidding to host the Women’s World Cup in 2027. Let us dive deeper into the crucial dates of the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2027’s bidding process.

FIFA Women’s World Cup 2027: submitted bids and important dates

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The FIFA Women’s World Cup has historically been hosted by a single country. In 2023, Australia and New Zealand hosted the tournament. As per the bids submitted to FIFA, the 2027 Women’s World Cup is also likely to be hosted by two or more nations. Representing the UEFA, the Royal Belgian Football Association, the German Football Association, and the Royal Netherlands Football Association have come together to submit a joint bid for the hosting rights. Likewise, the U.S Soccer Federation and the Mexican Football Association have submitted a joint bid for hosting rights, representing the CONCACAF.

 

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Brazil, representing the CONMEBOL, however, has submitted a single bid. Forward to February 2024, FIFA will commence the first step of the host selection process. Soccer’s governing body will conduct a thorough evaluation of the bidders, including on-site inspection visits. FIFA will evaluate the bidders based on priority areas such as infrastructure, services, commercial, sustainability, and human rights. Upon evaluation, the body will publish its findings in a Bid Evaluation Report in May 2024.

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FIFA Women’s World Cup 2027: final announcement of hosts

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The designation of the submitted bids will take place in the second quarter of 2024. Upon the successful designation of the bids, FIFA will select the World Cup hosts through an open vote system at the FIFA Congress in Bangkok on May 17, 2024. If the US and Mexico were to emerge as successful bidders, North America would witness a series of soccer galas each year starting from 2024.

June 2024 will see the US host the prestigious Copa America tournament. Earlier, FIFA announced the US will host the expanded 32-team Club World Cup in 2025. Besides, the US and Mexico will host the 2026 FIFA Men’s World Cup. If things fall in place, the Women’s World Cup hosting rights can come the US and Mexico’s way, making this decade an absolute celebration of soccer in the region.

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