This summer, between July 20th and August 20th, the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023, with joint headquarters between Australia and New Zealand. This is the 9th edition of this tournament, whose member teams and the composition of the groups, as well as the crosses and the calendar are already known.
Every time an event of this magnitude is presented, the question arises as to which teams are the favorites to win the Women’s World Cup and the main contenders, which we will talk about in this article.
We analyze and predict who could win the 2023 Women’s World Cup.
Favorites to win the 2023 Women’s World Cup
Women’s World Cup winner odds
All teams participating in the 2023 Women’s World Cup are more or less likely to win the trophy in Sydney on August 20, but everything indicates that the selected group of favorites will consist of five teams, namely those who made it The lower odds were awarded for the Women’s World Cup winner bet.
We’re talking about the United States, England, Spain, Germany and France who have the most complete and qualified rosters to win Australia and New Zealand. Of these 5 teams, only the United States and Germany know what it means to win a World Cup, the North Americans prevailed in 1991, 1999, 2015 and 2019 and the Germans in 2003 and 2007. England reached 3rd place in 2015 and France was it 4th in 2011. Spain has so far failed to reach the semi-finals of a Women’s World Cup.
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The big favorite and first choice in the association ranking. It is the current champion, having won the 2019 World Cup in France, and the team with the most world titles with four wins.
In their squad, Megan Rapinoe, Alex Morgan or Rose Lavelle stand out, offering a perfect harmony between physicality, strength, solid defense and all offensive resources.
At the last Olympics, they lost to Canada and ended up taking bronze, the Americans’ last defeat in an official game.
It is logical that bookies consider them big favorites to win this Women’s World Cup.
They will feature in Group E with teams from Vietnam, the Netherlands and Portugal.
England can make history in Australia and New Zealand, finishing touches to a golden generation who have already won the European Women’s Championship and expect to reach at least their first World Cup final.
In the qualifying phase, they won all matches in Group D, which also included Austria, Northern Ireland, Luxembourg, North Macedonia and Latvia.
They had to battle Haiti, Denmark and China in Group D.
Spain has its best generation ever with the likes of Aitana Bonmatí, Mapi León, Sandra Paños, Irene Paredes and above all Alexia Putellas and Jenni Hermoso. The problem the national team faced is the complicated situation faced by 15 of us who, for emotional reasons, preferred to resign from the national team.
In the standings, Spain took 1st place in Group B with full victories ahead of Scotland, Ukraine, Hungary and the Faroe Islands. In Australia and New Zealand it will be about getting revenge on the USA, who beat us 2-1 in the round of 16 at the last World Cup in 2019 in France.
The hype got us into Group C, which also includes Costa Rica, Zambia and Japan.
Germany has had better periods as they are one of the most successful teams and as with the men, ‘Football is eleven against eleven but Germany always wins’. They have won the World Cup twice and the European Cup eight times, and are ranked 2nd in the rankings.
To get here, they topped Group H with ease, with the only defeat coming to Serbia, and the hype has put them in a group with Morocco, Colombia and South Korea.
France is another team that made a military breakthrough in their Women’s World Cup qualifiers, winning all Group I matches against sides from Wales, Slovenia, Greece, Estonia and Kazakhstan.
Their best performance at a World Cup so far was 4th place in 2011, and at the World Cup they were placed in Group F along with Jamaica, Brazil and Panama.