Dutch, German and Belgian football teams submit joint bid for 2027 Women’s World Cup

The football associations of the Netherlands, Germany and Belgium have officially joined the joint bid to host the 2027 FIFA Women’s World Cup. “We are ready!” his RBFA in Belgium, KNVB in the Netherlands and DFB in Germany tweeted after bidding.

In 2020, three associations will be the first express their ambition to hold a tournament together It is also now the first candidate to formally register for the tender process. KNVBMore Said. They do so under the motto Breaking New Ground. KNVB said, “His three letters in BNG represent (not entirely by accident) the names of three countries.

“The popularity of women’s football in the Netherlands skyrocketed after the European Championship in 2017. Since then, Oranje women have become an integral part of Dutch football,” said Gijs de Jong, KNVB Executive Director. said. We hope to use this momentum in our joint bidding to give new impetus to women’s football. “

“Our ambition is to provide the best sporting environment for our players and a unique atmosphere for the fans of Orange,” De Jong said. It highlights the growing importance of organizing as sustainably and responsibly as possible.”

Holland and Germany Qualify for the 2023 World Cup, Held in Australia and New Zealand, it finishes at the top of its qualifying group. The Belgian team finished second in his place but was knocked out in the playoffs against Portugal. Belgian Tessa His Ulaat also topped the goalscorers table in the qualifying match, where he scored 17 goals.

Dutch women’s team Runner-up in the last World CupLouwinen lost 2-0 to the United States in the final in France. The two teams will meet again in the group stage of the 2023 tournament. Dutch, German and Belgian football teams submit joint bid for 2027 Women’s World Cup

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