Three prominent football federations, Belgium, the Netherlands, and Germany, have officially announced their collaborative bid to host the highly anticipated 2027 Women’s World Cup. This joint effort will put them in direct competition with other strong contenders, namely the United States and Mexico, South Africa, and Brazil. The ultimate decision regarding the hosting rights will be made by FIFA in May 2024.
In a joint statement, the three European federations emphasized their commitment to the objectives set for organizing this significant global event, stating that their responsibilities as hosts align perfectly with FIFA’s vision to foster the growth of football worldwide.
It is noteworthy that Germany has previously hosted the Women’s World Cup in 2011, showcasing their exceptional ability to manage and execute a successful tournament. Moreover, the 2023 edition of the tournament was co-hosted by Australia and New Zealand, with Spain emerging as the victorious nation.