FIFA makes 10-team playoff draw for 3 spots at Women’s World Cup


Portugal must beat Thailand or Cameroon to advance to its first Women’s World Cup match subsequent 12 months.

Portugal, which was the highest-ranked nation at No. 23 in Friday’s 10-team intercontinental playoff draw, was put into the pot regardless of beating Iceland on this week’s European playoffs.

Three World Cup locations are up for grabs to the ten groups within the playoffs. The matches will probably be performed in New Zealand from Feb. 18-23.

In a separate bracket, Haiti was drawn to face Senegal, with the winner advancing to face Chile.

Haiti can be aiming for its first World Cup look after years of turmoil and investigations of sexual abuse of feminine gamers on the Caribbean island. FIFA banned the long-time Haitian soccer federation president for life in 2020.

The third playoff bracket paired Taiwan with Paraguay and Papua New Guinea with Panama. The winners of the these video games will meet on Feb. 23 with a spot within the closing match at stake.

New Zealand and Australia will host the expanded 32-team Women’s World Cup from July 20-Aug. 20.

The draw for the match will probably be held on Oct. 22 in (*3*) with solely 29 of the 32 locations confirmed.


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