2021 Women’s World Cup Finals at Christchurch

2021 Women’s World Cup Finals at Christchurch

2021 Women’s World Cup Finals at Christchurch

The next edition will happen from February 6 to March 7, 2021 in New Zealand. 

The scheduled Women’s World Cup in 2021 will have a total of 8 participating teams. So far, the qualified teams are the host, New Zealand, along with Australia and England. 

Two teams from the Women’s Championship and three teams from the World Cup Qualifier will join the qualified teams in the upcoming tournament. 

The opening match of the tournament will take place at Eden Park, Auckland. Then, two semi-finals at Seddon Park, Hamilton and Bay Oval, Tauranga. Lastly, the final match will be hosted at Hagley Oval in Christchurch. 

Previously, Christchurch has hosted the final match for the first edition of the tournament in 1982. Australia won over England at the Jade Stadium for their second championship title. 

The Hagley Oval will be installed with new light towers, in preparation for the finals on March 7, 2021. Last month, the request of the Canterbury Cricket Trust for new lights was approved. This led to the installation of 49-metre light towers at the cricket grounds. 

The Hagley Oval already hosted three matches for the 2015 Men’s World Cup. At that time, it was already granted to install four removable light stands. However, they weren’t installed since all the games took place during the day. 

If you are planning to wager on a favoured women’s cricket team, you have plenty of time to prepare. Learn about future match betting at Betwala. 

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