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New technologies are betting on women´s football! 

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FIFA Women's World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023™ will have Connected Ball Technology. The OCEAUNZ is the ninth successive football adidas has produced for the FIFA Women’s World Cup and has been designed to cope with the demands and speed of the modern game. Its design is inspired by the unique natural landscapes of the two host nations, with visuals nodding to the vast mountains of Aotearoa, New Zealand and Australia’s connection with the Indian Ocean.
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WHAT´S NEXT FOR THE QATAR 2022 STADIUMS?

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Several stadiums were left empty, with no long-term use after the last three World Cups in South Africa, Brazil, and Russia. However, Qatar plans to break the pattern of ‘white elephants’ this time around.
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QATAR 22 GROUP STAGE HAS BEEN SPECTACULAR!

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The first edition of the FIFA World Cup to be hosted in the Middle East and Arab world has presented several facts and figures, starting with a cumulative stadium attendance of 2.45 million spectators. That equals an average of 96% occupancy and is higher than the corresponding 2.17 million figure for the 2018 edition. Additionally, there have been more numbers and data to look at.
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FIFA Women's World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023™ will have Connected Ball Technology. The OCEAUNZ is the ninth successive football adidas has produced for the FIFA Women’s World Cup and has been designed to cope with the demands and speed of the modern game. Its design is inspired by the unique natural landscapes of the two host nations, with visuals nodding to the vast mountains of Aotearoa, New Zealand and Australia’s connection with the Indian Ocean.
2022-Fifa-World-Cup-Qatar-opening-ceremony-GettyImages-1244927557
The first edition of the FIFA World Cup to be hosted in the Middle East and Arab world has presented several facts and figures, starting with a cumulative stadium attendance of 2.45 million spectators. That equals an average of 96% occupancy and is higher than the corresponding 2.17 million figure for the 2018 edition. Additionally, there have been more numbers and data to look at.

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