With a little more than 100 days to go till the FIFA Women’s World Cup, tournament organisers have confirmed ticket sales will re-open on Tuesday April 11.
Fans wishing to prepare for the Last-Minute Sales Phase can register for a FIFA Ticketing Account in readiness for when sales commence at 2pm (NZT), on April 11.
Supporters seeking more information about ticketing should visit FIFA.com/tickets.
Nearly 650,000 tickets have been sold for the 64 matches across New Zealand and Australia since they first went on sale lst October, with many fans claiming seats early.
Fans who missed earlier ticketing windows will now have another chance to secure seats at the tournament.
The tournament will feature 32 teams from around the world, and will be played across nine host cities, including Auckland, Hamilton, Wellington and Dunedin.
Main photo: The opening game of the tournament will be between New Zealand and Norway at Auckland on July 20. Photo credit: FIFA.
Hospitality packages now available
This Last-Minute Sales Phase will run till the end of the tournament, giving fans ample opportunity to purchase tickets and be part of the world’s largest standalone sporting event for women.
Tickets in the Last-Minute Sales Phase will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis, and are subject to availability.
FIFA Secretary General Fatma Samoura said:
“We are thrilled to offer fans another opportunity to be part of the FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia and New Zealand 2023, and encourage everyone to get ready ahead of April 11.
“With the tournament just around the corner, we know that excitement is building, and we can’t wait to welcome fans from all over the world to experience the passion, skill and drama of women’s football at its finest.”
Meanwhile, FIFA have opened ticket-inclusive hospitality packages with prices starting at $275.
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To mark the 100 days to go, tournament organisers are staging a special event at Auckland’s Eden Park in which fans will be guided through a loud and fun chant to be performed at every World Cup game.
Called ROAR, the rehearsal on Tuesday April 11 will be filmed for promotional use during the tournament.
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