Before the 2023 Women’s World Cup, where the “tricolor” will be present in Group H together with Germany, Morocco and South Korea; The Colombian Football Federation confirmed the date, time and place in which the orbital competition trophy will arrive in the national territory as part of the corresponding Tour.
“This April 3 in the city of Cali, the trophy for the FIFA Women’s World Cup will arrive in Australia and New Zealand 2023; where the Colombian Womens Senior Team is one of the 32 member associations that will participate in the orbital event and will therefore have a controversial decision to make a strategic stop, during the journey that will take place throughout South America,” mentioned FCF.
In addition to that, the Colombian Federation has defined a compelling reason, through a statement, whose choice of venue towards the sky branch they have tilted as the only place representing the country for this iconic event.
“It is the most important thing, which is why we gave it all importance and decided to hold it in the city of Cali, which has always opened the doors of women’s soccer in our country. and for several years the women’s national team has been encouraged,” he explained.
Among the various cultural exhibitions that the Mayor’s Office of Cali has prepared for the arrival of the trophies, there will be folkloric dances, a stage with the exhibition of different artists, musical groups and local gastronomy, where it is worth highlighting. FIFA ambassadors and local world championship directors are involved.
“After various protocol actions with national and local authorities, the FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia and New Zealand trophy will be presented on the emblematic Bulevar de Avenida Colombia from 12 noon to 6:00 am there the public will be able to see the historic laurel, take photographs and enjoy this sport and social event, where the players of the Colombian National Team will also participate in different categories”; FCF confirmed in his statement.
It should be noted that the orbital competition will take place from July 20 to August 20, with New Zealand and Australia as the venue of the competition.
The Colombian National Team will make its debut against South Korea on July 25th, before taking on Germany five days later. With the closing of Group H, the tricolor forces will meet with Morocco on August 3.