FIFA Women's World Cup Official Song: Do It Again by BENEE ft. Mallrat

Listen To The 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup Official Song!

Written by artists from the two host nations, the 2023 Women’s World Cup Official Song is an anthem to celebrate women’s football!

When a FIFA World Cup song resonates with millions of football fans around the world, it will certainly become an integral part of the tournament. Just think of how iconic Waka Waka (This Time For Africa) is. Every time it plays, it’s impossible to not think about the 2010 World Cup.

Now, the highly anticipated 2023 Women’s World Cup — which is set to be the biggest in the tournament’s history — has its official song: Do It Again by BENEE ft. Mallrat.

The song is now officially live and available across all major music platforms! Listen to it now:

A celebration anthem

Do It Again is a collaboration between two talented music artists who hail from the host nations. BENEE is from Aotearoa, New Zealand, and Mallrat is from Australia. This alone already captures the essence of unity, celebration, and empowerment that defines the FIFA Women’s World Cup.

The duo took this opportunity to be the music and voices of the 2023 Women’s World Cup and truly made the most out of it, creating a vibrant and infectious anthem that can easily resonate with football fans worldwide.

This year’s Women’s World Cup is currently on track to become the biggest standalone women’s sports event ever, with the most attendees in history having sold over 1.1 million tickets already. Do It Again will become a lasting reminder of this incredible milestone that not only signifies the growth of women’s football, but women’s sports as a whole.

FIFA Women's World Cup
(Photo credit: FIFA)

In less than one month’s time, BENEE and Mallrat will grace the stage at the Opening Ceremony of the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023, taking place at Eden Park on 20 July. Their live performance of Do It Again will set the tone for the extraordinary tournament ahead, commencing with co-hosts New Zealand facing off against 1995 winners Norway in Auckland/Tāmaki Makaurau.

So if you have been looking for a sign to watch this historic event, this is it!

Single-match tickets still remain available and start at just AUD/NZD $20 for adults and AUD/NZD $10 for children, ensuring that the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 is an affordable experience for the whole family.

For fans who desire an extraordinary Women’s World Cup experience, ticket-inclusive hospitality packages for matches are also available for sale at FIFA.com/hospitality.

Don’t miss this historic event and join us in celebrating the pinnacle of women’s football!

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