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Kick off the Women’s World Cup with Kelly Smith MBE at M Canary Wharf


Celebrating the hotly anticipated Women’s World Cup that kicks off on 20th July, join the legendary Kelly Smith MBE at M Canary Wharf on Tuesday 20th June from 6pm for an unforgettable sporting evening.

One of the most gifted and successful players England has ever produced, her honours are
staggering, with five league titles, 11 cup winners’ medals and part of the Women’s Super League ‘Hall of Fame’ – this really is a special evening with a true sporting legend and pioneer of women’s football.

Women’s World Cup with Kelly Smith MBE

Kelly Smith MBE will share stories from her illustrious playing career for Arsenal, England, and in the USA whilst giving her insights into what we can expect from the Lionesses this summer.

The evening starts off with a drinks reception followed by ‘in conversation’ with Kelly and a delicious three-course set dinner menu, including duck salad and M’s sustainable Ribeye can be enjoyed alongside a special wine pairing.

Book your ticket

Tickets are £115 per person (excluding service charge). To book you place at this exclusive dinner,
please email to register your interest.
Women’s World Cup Preview Dinner with Kelly Smith MBE at M Canary Wharf is part of M’s Summer of Sport Series. Head to to find out more.


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When and where is the 2023 Women’s World Cup?

This year’s tournament will be held in Australia and New Zealand making it the first-ever co-hosted Women’s World Cup.

The tournament starts on July 20 with the final taking place on August 20 in Sydney at the Accor Stadium.

The USA are the defending champions and are looking to become the first team in the competition’s history to win the tournament three times in a row.

Who has qualified?

The England team has their eyes on the trophy after winning the European Championships last summer.

This Women’s World Cup features a record number of teams, 32 countries, after the previous edition in 2019 saw 24 countries compete.