Four Bids Compete for FIFA Women’s World Cup 2027 Hosting

Four bids from seven countries are competing for hosting the FIFA Women's World Cup 2027, FIFA announced Monday.

Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands submitted a joint bid to stage the tournament while the other joint expression of interest came from the US and Mexico. Brazil and South Africa are the other bidders.

FIFA announced that all the member associations that expressed interest in hosting the event have signed the bidding agreement, a document that ensures that the key principles of the bidding process are observed.

FIFA will also dispatch the full set of bidding and hosting documents to the respective member associations and all of them will be invited to join a bid workshop and observer program in August during the FIFA Womens World Cup 2023. (QNA)

Source: Qatar News Agency