Sydney Harbour Bridge to transform into spectacular football festival to celebrate FIFA Women's World Cup 2023.

FIFA Women's World Cup 2023, in collaboration with Destination NSW, has announced an exciting event set to take place on Sunday, 25 June. Sydney's iconic landmark, the Sydney Harbour Bridge, located on Gadigal land, will be transformed into a vibrant festival of football, marking 25 days until the official kick-off of the FIFA Women's World Cup Australia and New Zealand 2023.

The event on the Sydney Harbour Bridge, providing breathtaking views of the city and its glittering harbor, will be a free-to-attend celebration of football, culture, and community. Fans are encouraged to register to participate in this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, allowing them to walk, jog, or dance across the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge to the beat of Unity and music representing participating nations. Additionally, attendees will have the chance to engage with the tournament through a series of unique activations.

This awe-inspiring display of unity and inclusivity will witness the gathering of thousands of fans, grassroots football and multicultural communities, local and international football legends, FIFA and NSW Government representatives, and the tournament's Beyond Greatness Champions on one of the world's most recognizable landmarks.

"FIFA Women's World Cup 2023 will be an extraordinary event and an unparalleled experience," remarked FIFA Secretary General, Fatma Samoura. "On the renowned Sydney Harbour Bridge, the power of our game to bring people together will once again be showcased."

"This FIFA Women's World Cup promises to be an exceptional event and an experience of a lifetime. Sydney, with its vibrant culture and world-class attractions, is the perfect location to celebrate the upcoming tournament. The Sydney Harbour Bridge will serve as an ideal backdrop, uniting and inspiring our communities and delivering an enticing and distinctive experience that goes beyond greatness," added Samoura.

During the FIFA Women's World Cup Australia and New Zealand 2023, Sydney will be...

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