The FIFA Fan Festival is set to kick off on July 20th and will run during all match days of the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023. This public viewing area will be free of charge and can accommodate up to 5,000 football enthusiasts. 

Attendees will have the opportunity to enjoy an authentic Aussie BBQ, expertly prepared by renowned Aboriginal native food chef Sharon Winsor. Additionally, guests can indulge in a “Sydney Tuna Cheeseburger,” which was conceived by pioneering chef Josh Niland. There will also be a dynamic lineup of Australian performers, with different artists gracing the stage each day throughout the tournament. Artists include Jessica Mauboy, Jack River, Mia Wray, Jacoténe, and many more.

The FIFA Fan Festival promises an action-packed experience with various football games and drills in the Playground area. From speedometer goals that measure the velocity of your kicks to accuracy tests, football golf, and football snooker, there will be activities to engage fans of all ages. Aspiring footballers can also put their skills to the test on the Pitch, an enclosed football facility equipped with goals of different sizes for crossbar challenges, penalty shootouts, freestyle demonstrations, and skill clinics.

Fans can explore the festival’s FIFA Store, which offers an extensive range of FIFA Women’s World Cup Official Licensed Products and fan gear representing all participating countries. 

Sydney will proudly host 11 matches throughout the 32-nation tournament, including Australia’s opening game against the Republic of Ireland on July 20th and the grand finale on August 20th. 

As the epicentre of football in Australia, with numerous clubs, a passionate fanbase, and top-notch football venues, Sydney is committed to delivering the ultimate footballing experience for fans and families. 
For more information about the FIFA Fan Festival here.