2023™ Is Full Of Fun And Excitement On FIFA’s Calendar

2023 is full of FIFA events and football competitions, with the FIFA Club World Cup, The Best Awards, FIFA Congress, FIFA U20 World Cup, FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup, and FIFA U17 World Cup all in the works.

After the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, which Argentina won to bring the 2022 season to a dramatic close, 2023 also promises to be just as full of intrigue and excitement.

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The FIFA Club World Cup 2022, which will be held in Morocco from the 1st to the 11th of February, is the first event on the 2023 FIFA calendar. It will feature, among others, continental club champions Real Madrid, Flamengo, Wydad Casablanca, Seattle Sounders, and Auckland City.

In 2013 and 2014, the tournament was held in Morocco.

Between February 17 and February 23, 2023, the FIFA Women’s World Cup Play-Off Tournament will take place for the first time in Aotearoa New Zealand. The final three qualifying spots will be up for grabs between ten teams: Cameroon, Chile, Chinese Taipei, Haiti, Panama, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, Portugal, Senegal, and Thailand.

The first match of the FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023TM will take place on July 20, 2023, at Eden Park in Auckland/Tmaki Makaurau. Other matches in Aoteroa/New Zealand are scheduled to take place in Dunedin/Tepoti, Hamilton/Kirikiriroa, and Wellington/Te Whanganui-a-Tara. Across the Tasman Ocean in Australia, fans will actually want to watch games in Adealaide/Tartanya, Brisbane/Meeanjin, Melbourne/Naarm, Perth/Boorloo and Sydney/Gadigal.

Several significant firsts will be introduced during the tournament. 32 nations—up from 24—from six confederations will compete for the title of world champions, making it the first time in history that competing nations will use dedicated Team Base Camps.

However, The Best FIFA Football Awards will take place on February 27. The awards are a celebration in which football fans not only participate in the voting process but also receive recognition through the FIFA Fan Award. They are the highest personal honor bestowed upon players and coaches.

The awards ceremony will take place on February 27, 2023, and voting in the various categories will begin on FIFA+ on January 12, 2023.

Alexia Putellas and Robert Lewandowski were named the best women’s and men’s football players in 2022. The Polish striker won the Best FIFA Men’s Player award for the second year in a row.

Emma Hayes and Thomas Tuchel, who coached Chelsea at the time, were named the Best FIFA Women’s Coach and the Best FIFA Men’s Coach, respectively.

Edouard Mendy was named the Best FIFA Men’s Goalkeeper, making it a hat trick for the London club. In contrast, Christiane Endler won the title of The Best FIFA Women’s Goalkeeper.

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The 73rd FIFA Congress will take place in Kigali, Rwanda, on March 16. On a national level, FERWAFA has received support from a variety of stakeholders, including FIFA and Rwandan President Paul Kagame and his government, in its efforts to develop football. In February 2021, FIFA opened a Regional Development Office in Kigali.

Meanwhile, the 2023 FIFA U-20 World Cup begins on May 20 and runs until June 11 in Indonesia.

The FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup will return to the United Arab Emirates, last but not least. Dubai played host to the FIFA Ocean side Soccer World Cup in 2009 and, 14 years on, the competition will get back to the Middle Easterner world for its twelfth release.

Peru is also scheduled to host the FIFA U17 World Cup at the end of 2023. The same competition was held there 18 years ago, and Mexico, inspired by Carlos Vela, won it.

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