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A large group of people standing together in front of a giant colourful ball branded for the FIFA Women's World Cup

Photo: Launch of the Unity Pitch at Scarborough Beach in Perth ahead of FIFA Women's World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023.

The colourful Unity Pitch has been set up in the Scarborough Amphitheatre from 2 to 9 March to promote community involvement and celebrate the 32 participating nations in the Cup.

There will be a host of activities including small-sided games, junior club football training sessions, fitness classes and giveaways.

Fans can watch players from the National Training Centre and Perth Glory team members — including Perth Glory A-League Captain Tash Rigby — complete their training sessions on the Unity Pitch.

The Unity Pitch launch comes after the final 2 countries to play in Perth have been decided.

Panama will play Jamaica on 29 July, while Haiti will play Denmark on 1 August.

The other matches in Perth are:

  • Denmark v People's Republic of China on 22 July
  • Republic of Ireland v Canada on 26 July
  • Morocco v Colombia on 3 August.

The 5 tournament matches involving nine international teams will be played at Perth Rectangular Stadium, with the State Government investing $35 million to deliver upgrades to the venue.

The State Government is proud to be bringing five World Cup matches to Perth as part of the FIFA Women's World Cup 2023.

The month-long tournament will kick off across Australia and New Zealand on 20 July 2023.

FIFA Women's World Cup 2023

Page reviewed 27 February 2023