1000’s of soccer followers marched over the Sydney Harbour Bridge on Sunday to mark 25 days earlier than the FIFA Girls’s World Cup begins in Australia and New Zealand.
In keeping with worldwide media stories, artists carry out through the occasion marking the 25-day countdown till the beginning of the Fifa Girls’s World Cup 2023, on the Sydney Harbour Bridge on Sunday.
Co-hosts Australia and New Zealand kick off the 32-team match on July 20 when the Matildas play Eire in Sydney and the Soccer Ferns face Norway in Auckland.
Fifa says a couple of million tickets have been bought for the 64 video games in 9 host cities, surpassing complete gross sales for the 2019 World Cup in France.
Fifa official Rhiannon Martin informed reporters, she anticipated this yr’s match can be a “milestone” for girls’s soccer in Australia.
“We’ve seen how women’s football has developed here over the last years,” added Martin, who’s head of Fifa Girls’s World Cup.
Fifa has mentioned every participant on the World Cup will earn no less than $30,000, with the winners taking residence $270,000 apiece.
Martin mentioned the enhance to the prize cash pot confirmed that “women’s football is really being valued”.