Chief Women’s Football Officer at FIFA Sarai Bareman speaks about the upcoming FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™ later this year.
The video submission includes an interview with Chief Women’s Football Officer at FIFA Sarai Bareman.
About Sarai Bareman
Sarai Bareman is a trailblazing force in the world of women’s football. As FIFA’s Chief Women’s Football Officer, she is responsible for overseeing the organisation’s commitment to the development and growth of the sport globally.
With her leadership, FIFA has been able to make important strides towards providing greater opportunities for female players and coaches worldwide.
A New Zealand native, Bareman brings a wealth of international experience to her role at FIFA. She was previously employed as an international sports lawyer at an Auckland-based law firm where she advised on a range of legal issues related to professional sports.
In 2016, she joined the Oceania Football Confederation (OFC) as their Head of Women’s Football Development and became the first woman ever elected onto its executive committee in 2017.
About FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023
The 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup is an upcoming international football tournament to be held in July 20th to August 20th of 2023. The tournament will feature 32 teams from six different confederations, competing for the title of world champions.
This is the 9th edition of the tournament and it will be hosted by Australia and New Zealand in a joint venture.
This is a major event for women’s football as it provides an opportunity for female athletes from around the globe to showcase their skills on the world stage.
The competition also serves as a platform for countries to promote gender equality, with half of all ticket sales going towards grassroots programs around the world that aim to empower women through sport. As such, this tournament offers more than just competitive sports; it serves as a powerful symbol of hope, progress and solidarity amongst nations.