Ticket sales top 1 million for Women's World Cup 2023

More than one million tickets have been sold so far for the Women's World Cup starting next month between Australia and New Zealand.

Football's international governing body said the tournament is on track to be the most-attended standalone women's sporting event in history.

FIFA President Gianni Infantino said 1,032,884 tickets had been sold as of Friday morning local time in Sydney.

World Cup that has surpassed the pre-tournament sales for the 2019 edition in France.

The 2023 edition, co-hosted by Australia and New Zealand, will feature 32 teams.

Which is above 24 in France and a total of 64 matches are played during the tournament.

The President of FIFA said "He is pleased to say that FIFA has passed one million tickets sold."

With more than a month to go before kick-off, 2023 is on track to become the longest FIFA Women's World Cup in history.