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5 Ideas to Celebrate the Women's World Cup in 2023

women's England team celebrating a goal

This Summer, the Women's World Cup takes place in New Zealand and Australia. 32 teams across the world are competing for the trophy between 20 July and 20 August.

Although there's absolutely nothing wrong with watching the World Cup at home with a beer in your hand (and maybe a bag of popcorn or two...), there are lots of fun ways to make the most of this exciting occasion - including unique ways to celebrate women's achievements.

Just last year, England won the Women's Euro's - so I can't wait to see what our team can achieve on a world stage!

5 Ideas to Celebrate the Women's World Cup

There are lots of great ways to celebrate the Women's World Cup in 2023. This is a fantastic chance to look back at women's achievements in sports throughout the years and celebrate an important time for women in all nations.

Read my 5 ideas to celebrate the Women's World Cup - I hope you find a suggestion you want to try out!

1. Create football-themed arts and crafts

If you're looking for a unique way to celebrate the Women's World Cup in 2023, making football-themed arts and crafts is a great idea! It gives you a chance to get creative and have a bit of fun.

paints, paintbrushes, artpad

From colouring to homemade jewellery, there are lots of creative ways to get involved this Summer. If you're hosting a World Cup party, you could even create your own decorations, such as football-themed bunting.

If you're a parent, there are lots of cool football-themed arts and crafts to keep your kids busy this Summer.

2. Watch a game in your local pub

Why not watch a World Cup game in your local pub? You could meet up with friends and family or head out alone for a fun pub trip. There's something so nice about watching a football game when everyone is rooting for the same outcome - and you can cheer, scream and shout along with the match.

You can also enjoy a few activities at the pub with your friends, such as a game of pool or table football.

zoomed in table football game

Make sure to choose the right place for your pub trip. You want a supportive, fun, friendly and light-hearted environment where you can enjoy a bit of food and a few drinks with your game.

You and your friends could dress up to show which country you're supporting, or you could just cheer for your team together.

3. Bake a football cake!

If you like to bake, baking a cute football cake is the perfect idea to mark this special occasion! It's a fun way to commemorate the World Cup, and you can serve a slice to your guests if you host a viewing party - or enjoy a big slice to yourself while you watch a game.

cake decorated like a football

If you don't fancy making a cake, you could bake cookies or football-themed cupcakes as a special treat for your World Cup viewing party. This is a fun activity to enjoy with other people. Invite your friends around for a baking afternoon or get your kids involved.

4. Host a World Cup party for your friends and family

A World Cup party is a great way to bring people together for a bit of sporting fun! You and your friends and family can watch the game in the comfort of your own home - but making it into a party adds an extra level of fun and excitement for everyone.

couch with bowl of crisps and cups after a party

If you want to take your party to the next level, you could make some delicious football treats for everyone, including vegan party food, tasty snacks and plenty of drinks.

You could even plan some activities for you and your guests, such as a football quiz. There are lots of ways to add a little something to your World Cup viewing in 2023.

5. Celebrate women's sport

There are lots of ways to celebrate women's contributions to sport this Summer. You could do some research into female athletes of the past or share your story playing football.

The Women's World Cup puts the spotlight on incredible female athletes across the globe, so this is a great chance to educate yourself on women's contributions to football.

two women playing with a football

You could call out sexism or support your local female football team as we celebrate this exciting occasion. Even just tuning in for a World Cup game is a great way to celebrate women's football and show that people are just as interested in women's sports as men's sports!

How are you celebrating the Women's World Cup in 2023? Let me know in the comments!

Love, Sarah xoxo

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