How many countries qualify for World Cup 2023? A series of cricket competitions determined which countries took part in the 2023 Cricket World Cup. In total, 32 countries took part in the qualification process, from which 10 teams qualified for the World Cup. Australia New Zealand Japan South Korea China Philippines Vietnam Sweden Spain France Denmark United States Canada Costa Rica Jamaica Zambia Morocco Nigeria South Africa Colombia Brazil Argentina Norway Germany England Italy Netherlands Ireland Switzerland Haiti Portugal Panama The 2023 Women’s World Cup is quickly approaching. Co-hosted by Australia and New Zealand, the tournament will feature 32 teams for the first time, eight more than the previous high. Let’s take a closer look at what countries qualified for the Women’s World Cup. The 2023 Women’s World Cup will be the first FIFA tournament (men’s or women’s) hosted by nations from two different confederations and the second World Cup to be co-hosted after the 2002 men’s World Cup in Japan and South Korea. Australia belongs to the Asian Football Confederation while New Zealand is a member of the Oceania Football Confederation. Australia left the OFC for the AFC in 2006. The Women’s World Cup has steadily increased the number of teams participating, growing from 12 in 1991 and 1995 to 16 from 1999 to 2011 and 24 teams the last two editions. More teams than ever had a chance to reach the Women’s World Cup, making this qualifying campaign the most fascinating yet. Qualifying for the 2023 Women’s World Cup began in September 2021 and ran all the way to February 2023, four months before the tournament. Australia and New Zealand were given automatic berths as co-hosts, leaving 30 spots up for grabs.