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FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 Head Coaches And Managers

FIFA Women's World Cup 2023 Coaches

The FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 is set to be a thrilling showcase of not just the players’ skills but also the source for managers to exhibit their technical expertise.

The field will feature a fascinating mix of seasoned managers who have filed their craft over years of experience. This diverse pool of coaching styles and personalities will undoubtedly shape the new history of the tournament.

The World Cup presents an invaluable opportunity for beginner coaches to showcase their talents on a global stage. A successful campaign could elevate them and open doors to bigger clubs or national teams.

Here are all the coaches selected to lead their teams in FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023:

FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 Coaches

Group A

Team Coach
Norway Hege Riise
New Zealand Jitka Klimková
Switzerland Inka Grings
Philippines Alen Stajcic

Group B

Team Coach
Ireland Vera Pauw
Nigeria Randy Waldrum
Canada Bev Priestman
Australia Tony Gustavsson

Group C

Team Coach
Japan Futoshi Ikeda
Zambia Bruce Mwape
Costa Rica Amelia Valverde
Spain Jorge Vilda

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Group D

Team Coach
Haiti Nicolas Delépine
Denmark Lars Søndergaard
China Shui Qingxia
England Sarina Wiegman

Group E

Team Coach
Vietnam Mai Đức Chung
Portugal Francisco Neto
Netherlands Andries Jonker
United States Vlatko Andonovski

Group F

Team Coach
Panama Ignacio Quintana
Jamaica Lorne Donaldson
France Hervé Renard
Brazil Pia Sundhage

Group G

Team Coach
Sweden Peter Gerhardsson
Argentina Milena Bertolini
South Africa Germán Portanova
Desiree Ellis Desiree Ellis

Group H

Team Coach
Morocco Reynald Pedros
Germany Martina Voss-Tecklenburg
South Korea Colin Bell
Colombia Nelson Abadía


Aqeel Ahmad
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