FIFA Women’s World Cup Trophy Tour 2023 Route

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The FIFA Women’s World Cup™ Trophy Tour 2023 is on its journey to each of the 32 qualified countries – the largest FIFA Women’s World Cup™ Trophy Tour to date!

Special guests and famous faces will be supporting this Trophy Tour’s campaign, Going Beyond: with a mission to inspire, coach, and spotlight future female football talent of all levels and backgrounds, building unprecedented global excitement and support ahead of the tournament’s kick-off in July.

As the Trophy travels the globe, more women and girls continue to participate in Skills Drills, a football skills social media challenge being led by Female Football Freestyle World Champion Lia Lewis, in collaboration with FIFA. Skills Drills are live across TikTok and Instagram, with Skills Trainer tutorial videos and other exclusive content also available here on FIFA+.

Find out if the Trophy is coming to your city below:

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  • Tokyo, Japan, 25-26 February
  • Seoul, Korea Republic, 27 February
  • Manila, Philippines, 1-2 March
  • Hanoi , Vietnam,  4-5 March
  • Shanghai, China PR,  9-11 March
  • Rabat, Morocco, 20 March
  • Johannesburg, South Africa, 22-23 March 
  • Lusaka, Zambia, 24 March
  • Abuja, Nigeria, 26 March
  • Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 29-30 March
  • Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1 April
  • Cali, Colombia, 3 April
  • San Jose, Costa Rica, 5 April
  • Panama City, Panama, 8 April
  • Saint Louis, USA, 11 April
  • New York City, USA, 12-13 April
  • Port-au-Prince TBC, Haiti, 15 April
  • Kingston, Jamaica, 17 April
  • Toronto, Canada, 19-20 April
  • Zurich, Switzerland, 29 April
  • Geneva, Switzerland, 1 May
  • Berlin, Germany , 2-3 May
  • Copenhagen, Denmark, 4 May
  • Gothenburg, Sweden, 6-7 May
  • Oslo, Norway, 8 May
  • Dublin, Republic of Ireland, 10 May
  • London, England, 13-14 May
  • Venice, Italy, 16 May
  • The Hague, Netherlands, 18 May 
  • Paris, France, 20-21 May
  • Madrid, Spain, 22 May
  • Lisbon, Portugal, 24 May
  • Auckland, New Zealand, 1-5 June
  • Sydney, Australia, 8-12 June   
  • Melbourne, Australia, 14-16 June
  • Hamilton, New Zealand, 17-20 June
  • Dunedin, New Zealand, 22-25 June
  • Brisbane, Australia, 28 June to 1 July
  • Adelaide, Australia, 2-4 July
  • Perth, Australia, 7-10 July
  • Wellington, New Zealand, 13-15 July

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