Fans can buy ticket-inclusive hospitality packages for this year’s FIFA Women’s World Cup from prices starting at $275.
Spectators from 25 countries have already started to secure hospitality packages but FIFA say they are still available for all 64 matches of the tournament to be co-hosted by New Zealand and Australia.
All the packages include match tickets, food and drink and a range of hospitality options, with three distinct offers:
- MATCH Private Suite — whether you are a corporate or a group of friends who want to attend together, this provides access to your own suite.
- MATCH Club — this provides access to a relaxed and social area.
- MATCH Place — simple and convenient, this enables you to sit in a block reserved for you and your guests/friends.
Options also include the chance to secure bundled products that enable you to follow your favourite team at the tournament, or to stake out your “home ground” stadium”.
Main photo: A chance to watch matches at Eden Park with a hospitality package.
Discounted packages include children under 16
“To encourage families to attend matches and in line with the general ticketing policy, there are also discounted packages for children under the age of 16 in both MATCH Club and MATCH Place,” FIFA says.
“Whether you are a corporate client wishing to host your business partners and staff or a passionate women’s football fan looking to enhance your trip and make it a once-in-a-lifetime experience, all offers are available on FIFA.com/Hospitality or through officially appointed MATCH Hospitality sales agents.
“Hospitality areas will be open to guests before the match, at half-time and after the final whistle.”
Games in New Zealand are being staged in Auckland, Hamilton, Wellington and Dunedin.
MATCH Hospitality has been the worldwide exclusive rights holder of the Official Hospitality Programme for the FIFA Women’s World Cup since 2011 and as such is the only party authorised by FIFA to sell and manage hospitality packages for the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023.
‘ … an exclusive and wider entertaining experience’
FIFA Secretary General Fatma Samoura said:
“Delivering a diverse and successful commercial programme is one of FIFA’s key strategic objectives – by offering fans a variety of options to enjoy the game and by reinvesting the revenue into women’s football, we will ensure that the game achieves new heights later this year.
“We are looking forward to welcoming everyone to the FIFA Women’s World Cup in July and August, and the event’s hospitality programme will cater for those fans and companies that are interested in an exclusive and wider entertaining experience.”
Find out more and book your hospitality package via the following link:
Click here for details of the Official Hospitality Programme >>>>