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The major women’s tournament could reach South America with the nomination of Brazil. Photo: Getty.

The Brazilian government has confirmed its desire to apply for the country’s bid to host the 2027 Women’s World Cup, and said it is already negotiating the proposal with the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) and potential host cities.

The announcement was made by the Brazilian Sports Minister, Former volleyball player Anna Moser, in an interview that was made Monday night for TV and rebroadcast this Tuesday on the portfolio’s social media.

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“Which Our intention and we want to make a great effort to be made”, Moser said when asked if Brazil would step forward to stage the event.

The minister added that the government “adopts” the nomination proposal With the country’s sports entities, especially with the Brazilian Confederation, and city authorities interested in hosting some World Cup matches.

He added that Brazil had until this month to express its interest in FIFA. and until May to respond to the so-called “request book,” which are requirements the state must meet as a candidate.

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Brazil has already hosted the men’s soccer World Cup in 1950 and 2014, but until now has never considered the possibility of applying for the women’s version.

The 2023 Women’s World Cup will be held from July 20 to August 20 in Australia and New Zealand with 32 teams, including Brazil.who participated in Group F with the French, Jamaican and Panamanian national team.

Although he is always considered one of the favorites and has some of the most famous footballers in the world, such as Marta – six times named FIFA World Player of the Year – and Christian and Formiga, To date, the Brazilian women’s team has not achieved any relevant international title.

To try to overcome that frustration, the Swedish CBF hired Pia Sundage, a two-time Olympic champion with the United States, as a women’s coach in 2019.

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