Women’s World Cup 2023 Group F: Fixtures, results, standings, squads & full details

LE MANS, FRANCE - APRIL 11: Grace Geyoro of France reacts after scoring during the international Women's friendly match between France and Canada at MMArena on April 11, 2023 in Le Mans, France. (Photo by Aurelien Meunier/Getty Images)
LE MANS, FRANCE - APRIL 11: Grace Geyoro of France reacts after scoring during the international Women's friendly match between France and Canada at MMArena on April 11, 2023 in Le Mans, France. (Photo by Aurelien Meunier/Getty Images) /

Group F in this year’s Women’s World Cup is made up of two top-eight sides in the FIFA rankings, and two CONCACAF upstarts with something to prove. 

Despite a turbulent 2022-2023, the French national team heads into a fifth Women’s World Cup with lots of momentum. Under the leadership of former Saudi Arabia men’s national team head coach Hervé Renard, the quality within the squad has returned. At 32 years old, Wendie Renard captains the French who are coming off a third place finish in the Women’s Euros last summer. In the last two World Cups, Les Bleues have failed to make it out of the quarterfinals. Equipped with an extremely talented squad that includes players like Kadidiatou Diani, France should put itself in position to conclude that streak this time around.

The defending Copa América Femenina champions, Brazil interestingly have yet to defeat the French in 11 tries. Out of all the nations in which the Brazilians have a losing record against, Les Bleues are the only country they have yet to take down. In what is officially Marta’s final World Cup, Pia Sundhage’s team will have extra motivation to reach past the round of 16 for the first time since 2011. The Green and Yellow rolled through the Copa América last year, winning each match up until the Final by two or more goals. They will head into Group play on a four-match unbeaten streak in normal play, defeating Germany and China in preparation for this competition.

For the second consecutive cycle, Jamaica has earned a spot into the group stage of the Women’s World Cup. In 2019, the Reggae Girlz lost all three contests in which they competed in within a competitive group that also included Brazil. Although this time around, the CONCACAF side will finish its group stage play against the South Americans instead of beginning the action with them. Khadija “Bunny” Shaw, Manchester City’s superstar, is the centerpiece for the Jamaicans, scoring 56 goals in just 38 caps for her country to date.

At 107 miles south of Jamacia sits another CONCACAF country in Group F, Panama. Lineth Cedeño’s goal against Paraguay in the inter-confederation playoffs back in February clinched Las Canaleras’ first ever seat at the World Cup. The nation made it into the playoffs via a narrow victory over Trinidad and Tobago in the CONCACAF W-Championship last summer. No player on the team has more than 20 appearances, and like Haiti just playing a part in this great tournament is something this nation can be proud of.

Women’s World Cup 2023 Group F squads:


Manager: Pia Sundhage

FIFA World Ranking: 8

Goalkeepers: Letícia Izidoro, Bárbara, Camila

Defenders: Antônia, Kathellen, Rafaelle, Tamires, Lauren, Bruninha, Mônica

Midfielders: Kerolin, Ary Borges, Duda, Adriana, Ana Vitória, Luana

Forwards: Gabi Nunes, Nycole, Beatriz, Marta, Debinha, Andressa, Geyse

Reserves: Tainara, Angelina, Aline Gomes


Manager: Hervé Renard

FIFA World Ranking: 5

Goalkeepers: Pauline Peyraud-Magnin, Constance Picaud, Solène Durand

Defenders: Ève Périsset, Estelle Cascarino, Aïssatou Tounkara, Selma Bacha, Sakina Karchaoui, Élisa De Almeida, Wendie Renard, Maëlle Lakrar

Midfielders: Kenza Dali, Léa Le Garrec, Amel Majri, Grace Geyoro, Sandie Toletti, Laurina Fazer

Forwards: Vicki Bècho, Naomie Feller, Viviane Asseyi, Clara Matéo, Kadidiatou Diani, Eugénie Le Sommer


Manager: Lorne Donaldson

FIFA World Ranking: 43

Goalkeepers: Liya Brooks, Rebecca Spencer, Sydney Schneider

Defenders: Tiernny Wiltshire, Allyson Swaby, Deneisha Blackwood, Konya Plummer, Chantelle Swaby, Vyan Sampson

Midfielders: Atlanta Primus, Trudi Carter, Drew Spence, Peyton McNamara, Havana Solaun, Solai Washington

Forwards: Kayla McKenna, Cheyna Matthews, Paige Bailey-Gayle, Tiffany Cameron, Kiki Van Zanten, Khadija Shaw, Jody Brown, Kameron Simmonds



Manager: Ignacio Quintana

FIFA World Ranking: 52

Goalkeepers: Farissa Córdoba, Yenith Bailey, Sasha Fábrega

Defenders: Carina Baltrip-Reyes, Nicole De Obaldía, Rebeca Espinosa, Rosario Vargas, Yomira Pinzón, Katherine Castillo, Wendy Natis, Hilary Jaén

Midfielders: Carmen Montenegro, Laurie Batista, Erika Hernández, Aldrith Quintero, Deysiré Salazar, Emily Cedeño, Schiandra González, Marta Cox, Natalia Mills

Forwards: Lineth Cedeño, Riley Tanner, Karla Riley

Women’s World Cup 2023 Group F fixtures:

Matchday One:

France vs. Jamaica

Match info: July 23, 2023, 6:00 am EST, Sydney Football Stadium

Brazil vs. Panama

Match info: July 24, 2023, 7:00 am EST, Hindmarsh Stadium

Matchday Two:

France vs. Brazil

Match info: July 29, 2023, 6:00 am EST, Lang Park

Panama vs. Jamaica

Match info: July 29, 2023, 8:30 am EST, Perth Rectangular Stadium

Matchday Three:

Panama vs. France

Match info: August 2, 2023, 6:00 am EST, Sydney Football Stadium

Jamaica vs. Brazil

Match info: August 2, 2023, 6:00 am EST, Melbourne Rectangular Stadium

Women’s World Cup 2023 standings prediction for Group F:

1. France – 7 points

2. Brazil – 7 points

3. Jamaica – 3 points

4. Panama – 0 points

How to watch: FS1, FOX Sports

The Group F winner will play the Group H runners-up while the Group F runners-up will play the Group H winner in the knockout stages. (Group H: Colombia, Germany, South Korea, Morocco)

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