Women’s World Cup 2023: Key story lines and who will be involved, one year later

Wednesday marks exactly one year since the start of the 2023 Women’s World Cup, which will be hosted by Australia and New Zealand. It is the first time two countries have hosted the event, with Australia matches spread across five cities and six stadiums and New Zealand matches across four cities and stadiums. Football Ferns and Matildas (who automatically qualify as hosts and will be in different groups) will start things off with matches on the opening day next July, but there is still a lot in the air.

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