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        szdaily -> Sports -> 
        Women’s World Cup bidding process launched
            2019-02-21  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

        FIFA will still decide the host of the Women’s World Cup in secret, unlike the new open vote held last year for host of the 2026 men’s tournament.

        The 2023 Women’s World Cup bidding process was launched Tuesday, and FIFA adopted many of the rigorous checks and scrutiny prospective men’s hosts now have to go through.

        But the final decision is a very different process.

        Following corruption investigations into the vote for men’s hosts in 2018 and 2022, FIFA removed the decision from its ruling committee and gave it to all member associations. When it came to deciding the 2026 men’s hosts last year, the votes were made public after the FIFA Congress chose the joint bid from the United States, Mexico and Canada over Morocco’s entry.

        FIFA trumpeted that “not a single decision is guarded away from public scrutiny” in men’s World Cup hosting. But in March 2020 it will be the FIFA Council, a group of 37 people, which meets in private, deciding where the women’s top players will compete in 2023.

        “FIFA’s statutes explicitly stipulate that the selection of venues for the final competitions of all tournaments rests with the FIFA Council with the exception of the FIFA World Cup, where their power lies with the Congress,” world soccer’s governing body said in a statement Tuesday.

        FIFA asked countries to make an expression of interest in bidding by March 15, complete the bidding registration by April 16 and submit bid books by Oct. 4.

        No mention was made of bidders having to go through the key procedures, described as “bulletproof” by FIFA President Gianni Infantino, that were required of 2026 World Cup contenders.

        Those included an assessment of human rights and risk reports for the countries, the publication of bid books, inspections of facilities and evaluation reports.

        Australia, Colombia, Japan and South Africa have already expressed interest in bidding for the event in 2023.

        (SD-Agencies)

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