FIFA will complete the analysis of candidates by February 2024 and the principal will be announced in May of the same year
Mexico and the United States presented a joint candidacy to host the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2027. The candidacy between the Aztecs and the Americans aims to “take advantage of a moment of extraordinary development in women’s sports” and offer a “tournament of unprecedented success.”
In social networks, the United States and Mexico made official their candidacy to host the next edition of the Women’s World Cup, and the president of the Mexican Football Federation, Ivar Sisniega, pointed out that the celebration of FIFA World Cup 2027 in both countries will be a great platform for women’s professional football
“We are pleased to partner with US Soccer in the bid for the 2027 FIFA Women’s World Cup. All teams participating in this tournament will experience the warmth and support of our fans, as evidenced by the success of our professionals in the women’s league. “This is a great opportunity to grow women’s football and give the players a level of play so they can shine and show the world what great players they are,” she said.
In this regard, Cindy Parlow Cone, president of US Soccer, shows that the Women’s World Cup in Mexico and the United States will offer new opportunities to all girls and young women who want to become professional players.
“All over the world, federations are starting to invest more in women’s football, and records for revenue, viewing, and participation are being rewritten. The United States and Mexico are uniquely positioned to host a World Cup that will take advantage of the same venues, infrastructure, and protocols used for the men’s World Cup just one year ago. As a result, we believe that it is time to host a FIFA Women’s World Cup that offers a truly world-class experience for players and fans. “It will not only unlock the economic potential of women’s football but will also send a message to young players all over the world that there is no limit to what they can do,” he said.
FIFA finishes the analysis of candidates until February 2024 and the headquarters of the Women’s World Cup 2027 It will be announced in May of the same year.