In summer the World Cup will be held in Australia and New Zealand, with the unknown of the Spanish players who will play it
The Champions League final will be played on the first weekend of June to conclude the season before the World Cup event
Barça will start 2023 with at least six games in 22 days, when they will compete three different tournaments. This new year will also be intense for the rest of the teams. On the horizon, the World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.
The F League will inaugurate the year next weekend of January 7 and 8. Between days 10, 11 and 12 the round of 16 of the Queen’s Cup.
The first month will continue with the final phase of the Spain Supercup at the Romano José Fouto Stadium in Mérida between the 18th and 19th, when the two semifinals will be played, while the final will be on the 22nd.
Coming back from this on Wednesday the 25th the weekend day will be recovered, and the month will end with the seventeenth day of the league.
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On the 1st, Barça and Real Madrid will recover matchday 13, which they could not play because the group stage of the Champions League was played. On the 10th, the European matches will be drawn; and the weekend of the 11th and 12th will be the last of the month dedicated to the league, since from the 13th to the 22nd, they will meet with the national team the international players that are summoned.
Also in February Cameroon, Chile, Chinese Taipei, Haiti, Panama, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, Portugal, Senegal and Thailand will battle for three places in the Women’s World Cup. On the 23rd, The Best prize will be awarded to the best player in FIFA.
2022 🤝 2023#FIFAWorldCup donate. #FIFAWWC here we come! pic.twitter.com/3AyW8ZbkwL
— FIFA World Cup (@FIFAWorldCup) December 19, 2022
In March normality will come for the local competition, but On the 8th, the quarterfinals of the Copa de la Reina will continue. Between 21-22 and 29-30, Barça, the only Spanish team alive in the European competition, will face off against PSG, Olympique de Lyon or AS Roma in the quarterfinals of the Champions League.
Holy Week will be marked by the twenty-fourth day of the league, followed by international commitments until the 11th. The last two weekends of the fourth month the semifinals of the European competition, waiting to know if Barça will qualify for this.
The matches of days 26 and 27 that the Barça club could miss if they play the Champions League semifinals will be recovered, while the weekends will continue the league, which will end on May 21. From the 23rd to the 28th it will be decided the team that conquered the Queen’s Cup in final four format.
The sixth month will start with the two best teams in Europe. On June 3 at 6:00 p.m. The Champions League final will be played at the PSV Stadium in Eindhoven. In addition, the players who will travel to the other side of the pond to play in the World Cup organized by FIFA will be announced.
🏆 2023 winners will be __________ 🤩#UWCL pic.twitter.com/AEyxoFcCxY
—UEFA Women’s Champions League (@UWCL) January 1, 2023
On July 20, the World cup which will be held in Australia and New Zealand. A historic appointment, since it will be the first time that there are 32 participating teams, while in previous editions there were 24.
Spainwho is going through a bad reputational moment with the 15 best players refusing to submit to the orders of Jorge Vilda, will begin its conquest of the world on the 21st against Costa Rica in Wellington at 8:30 in the morning (peninsular time).
He will go on his way Zambia on Wednesday the 26th in Auckland at the same time, and will finish the group stage on July 31 against Japan again in Wellington at 08:00 (in Spain).
The countdown to the #FIFAWWC 2023 is well a truly on! 🙌
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—FIFA Women’s World Cup (@FIFAWWC) January 2, 2023
If the selection appears to be that will continue to be led by Jorge Vilda goes to the round of 16, will play the tie between August 5 and 8. The quarterfinals will be between the 11th and 12th of the same month, while the semifinal will be on the 15th in Auckland and the 16th in Sydney. The final will be held in the Australian capital (Sydney) on August 20.
2023 could be another record breaking year. The stadiums are increasingly filled with more fans to go see soccer matches starring women. With a Barça that runs over in the league and wins, with more or less ease, in the Champions League, along with the World Cup on the horizon, expectations are growing.
This year the Spanish team could reach milestones in the World Cup, or not achieve what is expected of a team that defeated the reigning world champion, the United States.