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U.S., Mexico submit joint bid to host 2027 Women's World Cup

The United States and Mexico submitted a joint bid on Friday to co-host the 2027 Women's World Cup that, if successful, would see the North American neighbours stage global soccer's two showcase events in back-to-back years.

Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands earlier on Friday put in a joint bid to be the 2027 hosts, while Brazil put forward their bid to world soccer governing body FIFA last month.

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U.S. Soccer said in a statement that bringing the women's World Cup to North America would capitalise on a moment of extraordinary growth in women's sports to deliver a tournament of unprecedented success.