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Push to expand 2023 Women's World Cup to 32 teams

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Push to expand 2023 Women's World Cup to 32 teamsAustralia is among nine countries who have so far submitted bids to host the next World Cup in 2023.
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News video: World Cup final sees women's soccer join global sport big league

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Record audiences are expected to watch the Women's World Cup final on Sunday, but whether victory goes to the U.S. or the Netherlands, the event looks like a big win for women's soccer. Julian Satterthwaite reports.

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