The Women’s World Cup 2023 has officially begun.
For the first time ever, Australia and New Zealand will co-host the event this year, which will take place throughout both countries.
Additionally, it heralds the start of the expanded version of the competition, in which 32 nations are now contending for football’s top honor.
However, it also offers a chance for rising artists to make their debuts on the international stage.
In light of this, we’re examining ten of the most intriguing young players who will compete in the 2023 World Cup (in no particular order!).