Have you listened to “The Beat of Unity” already?

I am told it shall be sounded at the FIFA Women’s World Cup, that is about to start in Australia and New Zealand, on the 20th of July 2023!


SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – APRIL 11: Minister for Sport Anika Wells speaks during the FIFA Women’s World Cup 100 Days To Go launch event at Sydney Football Stadium on April 11, 2023 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Hanna Lassen/Getty Images for FIFA).


This World Cup will last a month and

Honestly, it has been 4 long years since I last watched with utmost keenness, football played with everything these ladies have got!


Photo credit: FIFA


If you don’t know yet of the passion these ladies play with,

You may have to read the last article I wrote about the Women’s World Cup!

It tells you everything you need to know about, and it will give you good pointers on what you can do, as an individual, to grow this sport!


Photo credit: Forbes


32 nations will compete in the Women’s World Cup for the first time. Born as a 12-team tournament in 1991,

The Women’s World Cup was expanded to include 16 countries at USA 1999 and 24 at Canada 2015.


Photo credit: Canada Soccer


Personally, I don’t abide by the recommendations of other people when they say that “watch out for these players”.

All these players in the tournament are to watch out for and each of them is an icon!

For many of these players, just making it to the venue of the World Cup is such a huge hurdle that you will hardly hear of, in the Men’s World Cup!


Photo credit: Jamaica Observer


When it comes to the prize money,

In June 2023, FIFA announced the prizes for all participating nations. This edition’s total prize pool is $110 million, $80 million greater than the prize pool of the previous tournament!!!

Each player on the winning team leaves 270,000 US Dollars richer than they came to the tournament!


Photo credit: ESPN


May the team with the most gas in the tank, on the 20th of August win!