After two appearances in the European Championships, in 2017 and in the first of July, the ‘quinas’ team, which finished second in Group H, behind Germany, European vice-champion, feeds the dream of reaching a World Championship for the time. , having two one-legged qualifiers on their way, both on national soil.
The first ‘play-off’ will be played today, against Belgium second, classified in Group F, won by Norway, from 18:00, in Vizela.
If they win, Francisco Neto’s team will play in the second round against Iceland, second in Group C, behind the Netherlands, on Tuesday, also from 18:00, but in Paços de Ferreira.
‘if group groups up, second round, and in the second round of the fifth, and in the second round of the fifth, and in the second round of the fifth, and in the second round of the fifth, Portugal qualifies, Portugal qualifies, for the World Cup .
In case the qualification, but as the worst of the qualified, Portugal goes to an intercontinental ‘play-off’, which will dictate the last three spots, in New Zealand (17 to 23 February 2023), with China Taipei, Thailand, Cameroon, Senegal , Papua New Guinea, Haiti, Panama, Chile and Paraguay.
The final round of the Women’s World Cup was held in Australia and New Zealand from 20 July to 20 August 2023.
JP (PFO) // MO