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Denmark players celebrate their team's victory during the UEFA Women's Euro 2017 Semi Final

Photo: Denmark players celebrate their team's victory during the UEFA Women's Euro 2017 Semi Final. Image Maja Hitij/Getty Images.

The tournament next year will be one of the biggest sporting events ever seen in Western Australia.

With 2 of their 3 Group Stage matches to be played in Perth, the Danish team has chosen the Kingsway Reserve and DoubleTree by Hilton Waterfront for its team base camp as a central location and training site for the duration of the team's Group Stage matches.

The FIFA Women's World Cup 2023 is proudly supported by the State Government through Tourism WA.

In Australia, 35 base camp options were shortlisted across the 5 host cities and 11 other regional centres, for the 16 global teams that will play matches in Australia.

3 of these 16 teams remain unknown and will be announced after a play-off tournament in February 2023.

WA's new $40 million State Football Centre in Queens Park, which is being jointly funded by the State and Federal governments, is in development and will be 1 of 2 training grounds used by teams competing in Perth during the tournament.

Dorrien Gardens is the second training ground, where the State Government is contributing $200,000 to match the Federal Government's election pledge of $200,000 towards upgrades at the site.

Matches will be played at Perth Rectangular Stadium, with the State Government investing $35 million to deliver upgrades to the venue.

Confirmed matches taking place in Perth are:

  • 22 July 2023: Denmark v People's Republic of China
  • 26 July 2023: Republic of Ireland v Canada
  • 29 July 2023: Jamaica v Group C play-off winner
  • 1 August 2023: Group B play-off winner v Denmark
  • 3 August 2023: Morocco v Colombia.

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Page reviewed 27 February 2023