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How the Women's World Cup bid helped Australia find its seat at FIFA's table

Credit: The Age- Published on June 27, 2020
The successful 2023 Women's World Cup bid has shattered the myth that Australia is, was and always will be a black sheep in global football politics.
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Published on June 25, 2020 -  00:52
Iconic Sydney Opera House Lit Up Showcasing Women’s 2023 World Cup Bid
Australia is pulling out all the stops in it’s joint bid with New Zealand to host the 2023 Women’s World Cup. Lighting up the iconic Sydney Opera House in blue and green to showcase just how much it would mean to the two countries. Buzz60’s Nick Cardona has that story.

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