Perth will host Women's FIFA World Cup matches as one of five Australian cities to hold games in 2023.
Perth’s HBF Park - home of the Glory - has been confirmed as the city’s venue over Optus Stadium.
Football West chief executive James Curtis said the decision to include WA was momentous for football in the state.
“We were desperate for Perth to be included. WA has missed out in the past and we wanted to make sure we didn’t miss out again.
“This is one of the biggest sporting events in the world and it will showcase the city of Perth like nothing else.
“We want this to inspire the next generation of female and male players. They can now get to see superstars like our own Sam Kerr playing on the biggest stage right here.”
The host cities and stadiums are:
Adelaide - Hindmarsh Stadium, Auckland - Eden Park, Brisbane - Brisbane Stadium, Dunedin - Dunedin Stadium, Hamilton - Waikato Stadium, Melbourne - Melbourne Rectangular Stadium, Perth - Perth Rectangular Stadium (HBF Park), Sydney - Stadium Australia and Sydney Football Stadium,Wellington - Wellington Stadium.