The History of the Women's World Cup is a celebration of women's soccer's most prestigious tournament. In the UK, crowds and TV viewing figures are at record levels and top players have become household names. The Women's World Cup 2023 in Australia and New Zealand will be the biggest, most eagerly anticipated and watched competition in it's history. This book explains the growth of the women's game and the origins of the Women's World Cup. Illustrated with fabulous colour photographs, it tells the story of each tournament, highlighting key moments, great goals and providing an in- depth account of every final. It recalls the great teams and the legendary players who emerged, including Marta, Birgit Prinz, Megan Rapinoe and Lucy Bronze. The book also previews in detail the 2023 World Cup. It focuses on each of the venues and features the 32 competing teams, their groups and possible route to the final. It also picks out the potential stars of the finals, from Australia's Sam Kerr and Belgium's Tessa Wullaert to Germany's Lea Schüller and England's Ella Toone, in a comprehensive guide to the global showpiece of women's football.