Belgium, the Netherlands, and Germany have collaborated to make a joint bid to host the 2027 Women’s World Cup, making them the first to officially submit their bid.
The Royal Belgian Football Association, the Royal Netherlands Football Association, and the German Football Association have been working on this bid since 2020 and made their announcement on Friday, a day after FIFA opened the application process.
Interestingly, several other nations, such as Chile, Italy, and Mexico, have also expressed interest in hosting the 2027 tournament.
Additionally, the United States has previously stated their desire to host the World Cup, with reports suggesting that this still holds true for the federation.
Furthermore, the Nordic countries, comprising Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden, are vying to host the 2025 Women’s Euros, indicating the increasing competition and interest in hosting major women’s football tournaments.