2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup Schedule template is a feature-rich Excel template to view all schedules of upcoming World Cup 2023 tournament and track progress of each team by utilizing its scoresheet feature. Update the scores and the formula will adjust team standings within their respective groups automatically. The built-in formula will also continue to place teams in Knock Out brackets when all group matches are completed. Furthermore, you can customize its timezone and language to your local timezone and language.
2023 Women’s World Cup tournament will be held in Australia and New Zealand. One thing you need to understand when you see the schedule, they are not in similar local time. Their local time fall into 4 time zones. In this spreadsheet, you can set the schedule to be based on particular local time or set your own time. It has automated conversion calculator that will convert those local time to your time.
This is the first tournament with 32 teams (there are 24 teams in World Cup 2019). With this number of teams, FIFA implements similar format with Men’s World Cup. There are 8 groups where 32 teams will compete for 16 Knock Out rounds tickets.
In Group A, hosts New Zealand will compete against Norway, Philippines and Switzerland. Group B has another host, Australia, Republic of Ireland, Nigeria, Canada. In Group C, you will watch Spain, Costa Rica, Zambia and Japan. Group D has England, Haiti, Denmark, China. Group E joined by defending Champion, USA, Vietnam, Netherlands, Portugal.
Group F will have France against Jamaica, Brazil and Panama. Group G has Sweden, South Africa, Italy and Argentina. Germany leads group H against Morocco, Colombia and South Korea.
National teams in bold above are teams that have higher chances to win the World Cup. They are seeded from Pot 1 in FIFA group drawings.
This World Cup 2023 Schedule template is not just an ordinary excel template. It has group standings calculator that will calculate standings by results of any matches automatically. It follows official FIFA tie-breaker regulation. Here is the regulation
- Points obtained in all group matches;
- Goal difference in all group matches;
- Number of goals scored in all group matches;
- Points obtained in the matches played between the teams in question;
- Goal difference in the matches played between the teams in question;
- Number of goals scored in the matches played between the teams in question;
- Fair play points in all group matches (only one deduction can be applied to a player in a single match):
- Yellow card: −1 point;
- Indirect red card (second yellow card): −3 points;
- Direct red card: −4 points;
- Yellow card and direct red card: −5 points;
- Drawing of lots.
This Women’s World Cup Schedule spreadsheet will apply tie-breaker 1 – 6 automatically, while you need to fill fair play points in Team Setup worksheet, if standings between teams in question need to go through tie-breaker 7.
And, if it is still draw, you can overwrite team position group standing table automatically.
To use this spreadsheet is simple. Just open the spreadsheet and type the scores. You can play around with the scores as well. You can also translate the language to your own language by translating each available texts in its translation table. To change the timezone to your timezone, just select the difference between your timezone and Sydney timezone (-12 to +12). Date and time will be adjusted accordingly.
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This model has tabular schedule view
This model has Knock Out rounds in bracket visualization