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WOMEN'S WORLD CUP 2023

Women’s World Cup 2023: How much are game tickets and how can they be bought?

The ninth edition of the FIFA Women’s World Cup will be held in Australia and New Zealand between 20 July and 20 August.

Update:
The ninth edition of the FIFA Women’s World Cup will be held in Australia and New Zealand between 20 July and 20 August.
JAMES ROSSEFE

There’s only a matter of days to go until the Women’s World Cup 2023 gets underway in Australia and New Zealand, with the two host nations kicking off the tournament by taking on the Republic of Ireland and Norway respectively on Thursday 20 July.

Women’s World Cup 2023: How much are game tickets and how can they be bought?

The best attended Women’s World Cup ever?

FIFA recently revealed that ticket sales have passed the one million mark and are hopeful that more fans will fill the stands at a Women’s World Cup than ever before, with the current record held by the 2015 edition in Canada (1,353,506). In fact, it would be considered something of a disappointment if that tally weren’t broken, considering that 64 matches will be played this year compared to 52 eight years ago.

The good news is that there is still a chance for you to make a last-minute dash down under to see the action with your very own eyes. Tickets are still available for the majority of matches, although a select few are already sold out, including the final, Australia’s opening game and the USWNT’s second group match against the Netherlands.

How to get Women’s World Cup 2023 tickets

The simplest - and more importantly, cheapest - way to get your hands on tickets is via FIFA’s official ticketing platform. Signing up is pretty self-explanatory: choose what type or resident/customer you are, create an account by filling in the details on screen and you’ll eventually make your way through to the list of matches.

From there, you’ll be able to see which matches tickets are available for, which is most of them, although some are marked as having “low availability”. You’ll have to be quick with those ones.

FIFA’s official ticket resale platform

It should also be pointed out that FIFA have their own official ticket resale platform, which allows people to move unwanted tickets on. So if any of the matches you like the look of are marked as being sold out, it’s worth looking there.

How much do tickets cost?

The cheapest ‘official’ tickets start at just 10 Australian dollars (around $6.84) for adults and 5 Australian dollars ($3.42) for children, although those are at stadiums with restricted views. General ticket prices, where you won’t be stuck behind a pillar, for all matches are as follows:

Category 1

  • Adults: 40 Australian dollars ($27.36)
  • Children: 20 Australian dollars ($13.68)

Category 2

  • Adults: 30 Australian dollars ($20.52)
  • Children: 15 Australian dollars ($10.26)

Category 3

  • Adults: 20 Australian dollars ($13.68)
  • Children: 10 Australian dollars ($6.84)