FIFA Women’s World Cup Round of 16 Qualifiers Table | Knockout Bracket | Match Schedule | Fixtures | Predictions | How It Works

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FIFA Women’s World Cup Round of 16 Qualifiers Table Knockout Bracket Match Schedule Fixtures Predictions How It Works

The 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand has now advanced to the Round of 16 stage.

Out of the 32 qualified national teams that competed in the group stage, only 16 teams remain for the next phase of the tournament, as the quest for victory becomes more intense for those still in contention.

FIFA has already pre-determined the entire bracket before the tournament, and now the slots are being filled based on the final group stage results. Starting from the Round of 16, there will be no second chances, as the tournament transitions into a single-elimination format – win or be eliminated.

DourSports provides all the essential information you need to know about the Round of 16.

FIFA Women's World Cup Round of 16 Bracket

Fifa Women’s World Cup 2023 Qualifiers Table

It all started with 32 teams, now 16 teams are left and the rest of the 16 are eliminated.

Two teams from each group got qualified. Two of the strongest powerhouses (New Zealand and Germany) got eliminated. Here’s the table of qualified teams in the qualifying stage.

Groups

Qualified Teams

Eliminated Teams

Group A

Switzerland Norway New Zealand Philippines
Group B Australia Nigeria Canada

Ireland

Group C

Japan Spain Zambia Costa Rica

Group D

England Denmark China

Haiti

Group E

Netherlands  USA Portugal Vietnam

Group F

France  Jamaica Brazil

Panama

Group G  Sweden South Africa Italy

Argentina

Group H Colombia Morocco Germany

Korea Republic

 

Women’s World Cup Round of 16 fixtures

In the Round of 16, the matchups are already set in advance, and the bracket is continually updated as teams secure either first or second place in their respective groups.

Date  Match Time (ET/GMT) Broadcast Stadium
Sat, Aug. 5 Switzerland (1A) vs. Spain (2C) 1 a.m. / 6 a.m FoxSports1, PeacockTV, NBC Universe Eden Park
Sat, Aug. 5 Japan (1C) vs. Norway (2A) 4 a.m. / 9 a.m FoxSports1, PeacockTV, Telemundo Wellington Regional Stadium
Sun, Aug. 6 Netherlands (1E) vs. South Africa (2G) 10 p.m. (Aug 5) / 3 a.m. PeacockTV, Telemundo, Fox, NBC Universe Sydney Football Stadium
Sun, Aug. 6 Sweden (1G) vs. USA (2E) 5 a.m. / 10 a.m PeacockTV, Telemundo, Fox, NBC Universe Melbourne Rectangular Stadium
Mon, Aug. 7 England vs. Nigeria (2B) 3:30 a.m. / 8:30 a.m PeacockTV, Telemundo, NBC Universe, FoxSports1 Brisbane Stadium
Mon, Aug. 7 Australia (1B) vs. Denmark (2D) 6:30 a.m. / 11:30 a.m PeacockTV, Telemundo, NBC Universe, FoxSports1 Stadium Australia
Tue, Aug. 8 Colombia (1H) vs. Jamaica (2F) 4 a.m. / 9 a.m PeacockTV, Telemundo, NBC Universe, FoxSports1 Melbourne Rectangular Stadium
Tue, Aug. 8 France (1F) vs. Morocco (2H) 7 a.m. / 12 p.m PeacockTV, Telemundo, FoxSports1 Hindmarsh Stadium

 

How does the Round of 16 work in the Women’s World Cup?

The Round of 16 marks the commencement of what is often known as the knockout rounds, as every match becomes a single-elimination affair from this point forward.

During this stage, no points are accumulated, and there are no rankings. The outcome is straightforward – Take the victory or be eliminated.

In the Round of 16, the matches are determined by pairing the group winners against the runners-up from their respective groups.

What happens if knockout matches finish tied?

In every Round of 16 matches and the following knockout-round matches (quarterfinals, semifinals, third-place match, and final), a winner must be determined on the day.

If the teams are tied at the end of the regular 90-minute regulation time, the match will proceed to an additional 30-minute period known as extra time.

If the deadlock persists even after the 30 minutes of extra time, then a penalty shootout will be conducted to determine the team that advances to the quarterfinals.

How teams advance at World Cup 2023

The 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup marks the inaugural edition of the tournament to feature 32 teams from around the globe. These 32 qualified teams are distributed among eight groups, labeled as A through H. Their performance and standing in the group stage will dictate their progression to the knockout stages.

Group Stage

The knockout stage in the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup is initiated with the Round of 16, where the top two teams from each of the eight groups advance.

During the group stage, the teams participate in a standard round-robin group play, facing each other three times. Teams earn three points for a victory, one point for a draw, and zero points for a loss.

In case of a tie in points between teams, the first tiebreaker is goal difference, followed by the total number of goals scored.

Knockout Rounds

Starting from the Round of 16 and continuing through to the final, each match in the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup follows a single-elimination format.

Teams progress from the Round of 16 to the quarterfinals, then to the semifinals, and finally, to either the grand final or the third-place match.

As previously mentioned, if the teams are tied at the end of the regular 90 minutes of regulation time, they will play an additional 30 minutes of extra time before resorting to a penalty shootout if needed.

FIFA Women’s World Cup Round of 16 Tickets

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You can buy tickets directly from the FIFA official site, the safest and most convenient way for transactions. The ticket prices are divided into these three categories. And Children’s tickets are half of the price applicable from 2-16 years. So what are you waiting for? Click on the link below and buy your tickets. 

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 Ticket Prices – AUS & NZL Pricing

MATCH CATEGORY 1  CATEGORY 2 CATEGORY 3
Adult Child Adult Child Adult Child
Opening Match – Auckland / Tamaki Makaurau $80 $40 $50 $25 $30 $15
Inaugural Match – Sydney / Wangal  $80 $40 $50 $25 $30 $15
Group Stage (without AUS or NZL team) $40 $20 $30 $15 $20 $10
Group Stage (with AUS or NZL team) $60 $30 $40 $20 $20 $10
Round of 16  $60 $30 $40 $20 $30 $15
Quarter-Finals $80 $40 $50 $25 $30 $15
Semi-Finals $100 $50 $70 $35 $30 $15
3rd Place $40 $20 $30 $15 $20 $10
Final Match – Sydney / Wangal $120 $60 $80 $40 $40 $20

Ticket Prices include GST/Ticket price is in local currency ($NZD or $AUD)

*Accessibility Tickets: Offered at CAT3 Price

*Standing Tickets (Perth Rectangular Stadium – Perth / Boorloo, Waikato Stadium – Hamilton. Offered at CAT3 price.

Age of Child policy – 2-16 years

Household Restriction: 10 Tickets/Match > 100 Tickets Total.

 Obstructed view seat prices AUS and NZL pricing

MATCH CATEGORY 1  CATEGORY 2 CATEGORY 3
Adult Child Adult Child Adult Child
Opening Match – Auckland / Tamaki Makaurau $40 $20 $25 $13 $15 $8
Inaugural Match – Sydney / Wangal  $40 $20 $25 $13 $15 $8
Group Stage (without AUS or NZL team) $20 $10 $15 $8 $10 $5
Group Stage (with AUS or NZL team) $30 $15 $20 $10 $10 $5
Round of 16  $30 $15 $20 $10 $15 $8
Quarter-Finals $40 $20 $25 $13 $15 $8
Semi-Finals $50 $25 $35 $18 $15 $8
3rd Place $20 $10 $15 $8 $10 $5
Final Match – Sydney / Wangal $60 $30 $40 $20 $20 $10

Ticket Prices include GST/Ticket price is in local currency ($NZD or $AUD)

*Accessibility Tickets: Offered at CAT3 Price

*Standing Tickets (Perth Rectangular Stadium – Perth / Boorloo, Waikato Stadium – Hamilton. Offered at CAT3 price.

Age of Child policy – 2-16 years

Household Restriction: 10 Tickets/Match > 100 Tickets Total.

 An obstructed view ticket typically indicates that there may be up to a 50% obstruction of the view of the playing field. However, if clean glass is installed in front of the seats, it will not be considered an obstruction, as it allows for a clear sightline of the field. This means that fans with obstructed-view tickets can still enjoy the game without significant visual limitations if the obstruction is limited to areas other than the glass-covered sections.

FIFA Women’s World Cup Round of 16 Predictions

The top 16 teams have come so far defeating other powerhouses. These next matches are sure to be filled with thrill, as these teams fight for victory. The predictions of every match are given by analyzing their previous gameplay and performance.  

Winning Percentage% (A – Extra Time – B)

Switzerland

10% – 19% – 71%

Spain

Japan

53% – 26% – 21%

Norway

Netherlands

77% – 14% – 9%

South Africa

Sweden

27% – 29% – 44%

USA

England 

75% – 17% – 8%

Nigeria

Australia

52% – 27% – 21% 

Denmark

Colombia

47% – 28% – 25%

Jamaica

France 84% – 11% – 5%

Morocco

 

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