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Traces of Passion: South American Women’s Soccer in Sydney, Australia

Traces Of Passion: South American Women'S Soccer In Sydney, Australia
Traces Of Passion: South American Women'S Soccer In Sydney, Australia

CONMEBOL creates a special place called “Footsteps of Passion” for South American soccer fans who go to the Women’s World Cup in Australia and take our passion around the world.

CONMEBOL has opened a unique space in Sydney for South American football lovers who will be present at the FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia and New Zealand 2023, and also for those who want to know the true nature and essence of South American women’s football.

Just as CONMEBOL supported its men’s teams in Qatar during the 2022 World Cup, CONMEBOL is also demonstrating its support for its women’s teams in this new edition of the 2023 Women’s World Cup, making the encouragement of an entire continent felt for its participating teams: Brazil, Colombia and Argentina.

The “Footsteps of Passion” section tells the steps of passion for football in South America, a place where football is not just a sport but part of identity and is rooted in our being. Every target, every attack conveys the same unwavering passion that transcends boundaries, whether male or female.

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Traces Of Passion: South American Women'S Soccer In Sydney, Australia

Footsteps of Passion is open from July 20th to August 3rd from 11am to 7pm (local time) at Barangaroo Watermans Cove in Sydney, Australia. Entry is free and open.

As with the “Tree of Dreams” in Qatar, at the center of the spectacular space is a sculpture that celebrates football in its most natural form: the ball at the foot, alluding to the fact that the true nature of South Americans is football because they will born with a ball on his feet. In addition, the activation features interactive areas that test the inherent elements of South American football’s identity.

The site will be divided into four activations that represent the essence of football in South America: Emotion, Rhythm, Fluidity and Style.

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– Feel –

Inside Instinto ring Players must demonstrate their skills in the South American art of defense and demonstrate their instinctive feel for the game in a reaction test in which they attempt to score the maximum number of points possible within 30 seconds by anticipating and controlling balls, onto which they drop the dish, and then pass it on to intermittent targets on its periphery.

– Rhythm –

The rhythm and dance of South American football will be the focus Arcade rhythma dance football game in which fans must imitate the steps of some of the continent’s best players by shooting balls to the rhythm of the music, imitating a player on screen.

– Flow –

The pitch It is a mini-pitch where fans from all over the world can show off their skills with the ball and participate with other fans in daily tournaments and various activities organized by CONMEBOL.

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– Flair –

In Power goals Players will have to light up the game with the style of the continent’s best scorers in the Golazo Meter and test their shooting power against the best goals in South American history.

In this room there is also a small square where all fans are invited to play and compete for incredible prizes.

This space is dedicated to the great idols of women’s football and underlines CONMEBOL’s commitment to football without making distinctions. It’s about expressing in words and actions that the passion is the same in the same sport. At CONMEBOL we support football, whether male or female, because football is football.

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