The OFC Women’s Nations Cup 2022 kicks off on July 13 and runs through to the final on July 30 in Suva, Fiji.
The tournament will determine the new champions of Oceania and reveal which OFC nation will take part in the FIFA Women’s World Cup Play-off Tournament, from which three teams will secure passage to the FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023™.
All matches will be staged at HFC Bank Stadium, with the top two teams from each of the three pools, and the two best third-placed teams, qualifying through to the quarter-finals.
Alongside the competition, a range of social responsibility activity will take place in Fiji with the key messages of empowering females, close the gap on gender equality and ending violence against women and girls.
The tournament’s top seeds according to the latest FIFA/Coca-Cola Women’s Ranking are Papua New Guinea, who have claimed to 49th in the world following a string of impressive result in 2022 which included winning a Tri-Nations Series against the Singapore and Seychelles.