Interesting new bid details here too:
FFA announced the pillars of the Australian / New Zealand World Cup bid would be as follows:
A minimum of five stadiums in each host country, located along Australia’s coastline and across New Zealand – up to 13 stadiums in 12 host cities.
Ensuring record attendance of 1.5 million, averaging 24,000 fans at each game.
Ticket prices starting at just USD 5 with all match tickets priced below USD 90.
Official opening match and ceremony at Auckland’s Eden Park, while a standalone match on Day 2 will inaugurate the tournament in Australia.
Four groups will be located in each country during the Group Stage.
The Group Stage would be evenly split, while Australia will host five of eight Round of 16 matches, three of four Quarter Finals, a Semi-Final, the 3rd Place Play-Off and Final.
The Aotea Centre or the New Zealand International Convention Centre in Auckland as the potential venue for the 2023 FWWC draw.
Primary International Broadcast Centre located at Sydney Olympic Park; secondary IBC at New Zealand International Convention Centre in Auckland.
Innovative match scheduling to deliver broadcast content in windows that work for established football markets in Europe, Africa and the Americas.
Earmarking the development of an International Centre for Women’s Football in Australia, serving the Asia-Pacific region through elite training and playing opportunities.
During the Group Stage, team travel distances will be minimised by clustering 4 groups in each individual country. From the Round of 16, travel between Australia and New Zealand would take place from the east coast of Australia only.