'Once-in-a-generation' World Cup a winner for Sydney

By Duncan Murray
Updated August 22 2023 - 9:27am, first published 9:22am
The Women's World Cup final between Spain and England at Stadium Australia in Sydney was a sell-out. (Dan Himbrechts/AAP PHOTOS)
The Women's World Cup final between Spain and England at Stadium Australia in Sydney was a sell-out. (Dan Himbrechts/AAP PHOTOS)

NSW Premier Chris Minns has hailed the Women's World Cup a "once-in-a-generation moment in Australian sport", with nearly a third of the record 1.9 million fans who passed through the turnstiles attending games in Sydney.

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