What does the Colombian women’s team have in store after the Copa America?

The Colombian women’s football team will face new challenges after participating in the Copa América of this branch, which ended this Saturday on the national stage and finished second after their fall (1-0) against Brazil finally.

Besides making all his compatriots happy with his football, and thus giving them many days of enjoyment, his participation in this event has also brought other fruits, which will certainly lead to other moments of satisfaction in the future.

As the continental competition reaches the final, the Habs have secured their presence at the Australia and New Zealand Soccer World Cup, which will take place between July 20 and August 20, 2023. It has been seven years since the coffee makers have qualified. This will be his third participation in an orbital event and such a tournament. He has already participated in Germany 2001 and Canada 2015.

His exceptional performance in Copa America will allow him to participate in the next Olympic Games, which will be held in Paris from July 26 to August 11, 2024.

“It’s a great pleasure to go to the Olympics and the World Cup and we’ve been dying to go back. That’s what we imprint on every training session. And don’t just ‘go, but represent the best in the country,’ said goalkeeper Catalina Pérez after validating the ranking of these competitions.

world cup qualifiers

The tricolor has flooded the list of teams classified for the World Cup, which already has twenty.

Qualification is assured for Asia, South Korea, Japan, China, Philippines, Vietnam and Australia. For Africa, Morocco, Nigeria, South Africa and Zambia will participate. Meanwhile, Canada, Jamaica and Costa Rica have shared CONCACAF tickets, in addition to the United States, who will defend the title won by France in 2019.

Oceania, the continent with the lowest quota, is its only representative in New Zealand.

Europe, which has ten quotas, has so far qualified Denmark, Spain, Sweden and France. Other quotas will be defined after the end of the Women’s European Cup this Sunday.

Meanwhile, for South America, they will participate in addition to Colombia, Brazil and Argentina.

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