Celebration and legacy as Perth looks ahead to Women's World Cup

 

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A special day for Perth as FIFA confirmed it will be a host city for the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup.

WA Sports Minister Dr. Tony Buti MLA joined Football West Chairman Sherif Andrawes, Football West CEO James Curtis, Football Australia Head of Women’s Football, Women’s World Cup 2023 Legacy and Inclusion Sarah Walsh and Junior Westfield Matildas player and 2023 World Cup hopeful Hana Lowry to celebrate the announcement at HBF Park.

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Perth to host matches at 2023 Women's World Cup
Football West CEO James Curtis, Football Australia's Head of Women Football Sarah Walsh, Junior Matilda Hana Lowry, Sports Minister Tony Buti and Football West Chairman Sherif Andrawes. Photo by Football West/FotoEnzo
Perth to host matches at 2023 Women's World Cup
Hana Lowry. Photo by Football West/FotoEnzo
Perth to host matches at 2023 Women's World Cup
WA Sports Minister Tony Buti. Photo by Football West/FotoEnzo
Perth to host matches at 2023 Women's World Cup
Hana Lowry poses with a football at today's media conference. Photo by Football West/FotoEnzo

 

Perth to host matches at 2023 Women's World Cup
Football Australia's Head of Women Football Sarah Walsh. Photo by Football West/FotoEnzo
Perth to host matches at 2023 Women's World Cup
Football West CEO James Curtis. Photo by Football West /FotoEnzo