FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023 tickets to go on sale from 6 October 2022

FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023™ tickets to go on sale from 6 October 2022

  • Ticket sales to begin with Visa pre-sale multi-match packages
  • Single Match Passes to go on sale after the Draw with prices starting at AUD/NZD$20 for adults and AUD/NZD$10 for children
  • All fans will be able to secure Single Match Passes from 1 November 2022

A major milestone in the build-up to the FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023™ has been reached today with FIFA announcing that ticket packages for fans will go on sale next week (6 October) at

The first-ever co-hosted FIFA women’s tournament will kick off on 20 July 2023, with 32 teams competing in 64 matches across nine host cities and 10 stadiums. Ticket sales will begin with an exclusive Visa cardholder pre-sale from 6-12 October before a general sales phase from 13-21 October.

FIFA Secretary General Fatma Samoura said: “As the first FIFA Women’s World Cup to be held in the southern hemisphere and the first-ever edition to feature 32 teams, the FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023 will truly be a tournament of firsts, providing an important platform to inspire fans and create a new generation of role models through football.

“With just over nine months to go until the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 kicks off and tickets affordably priced for everyone, we look forward to giving fans a chance to be part of another incredible celebration of football next year and seeing women’s football go Beyond Greatness in 2023.”

Sarai Bareman, FIFA’s Chief Women’s Football Officer, said: “The FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 in Australia and Aotearoa New Zealand will be an incredible and hugely exciting moment for fans from across the host countries and around the world.”

“As qualification reaches its final stages ahead of the next month’s Draw in New Zealand, we are excited to reveal ticketing details for the tournament today, including when fans will get their first chance to secure their seat at next year’s FIFA Women’s World Cup.”

The first sales phase before the Draw will include ticket-package options only – with two stadium-specific pass options available throughout the sales phase and one home team pass option (for Matildas’ and Football Ferns’ group stage matches). These will be available for general sale during the Visa cardholder Presale window before being available to members of the Australian and New Zealand football communities.

All ticket packages will be available on a first-come, first-served basis starting from AUD/NZD$40 for adults and AUD/NZD$20 for children.

The Draw for the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 will follow the first sales phase with Auckland/Tāmaki Makaurau hosting the landmark event on Saturday 22 October 2022.

Following the Draw, single match pass sales will begin with another exclusive Visa cardholder period from 25 October before all fans will be able to secure tickets from 1 November 2022.

The tournament will be accessible and affordable for all with family-friendly prices starting at AUD/NZD$20 for adults and AUD/NZD$10 for children for single match pass tickets. Tickets will be sold on a first-come-first-served basis during these ticket sales periods meaning fans should buy early to secure a seat in history.

The last-minute sales phase for the tournament will kick off in April 2023 ahead of the ninth edition of the FIFA Women’s World Cup.

Around one million tickets will be on sale during the first sales period for the competition, which kicks off on 20 July at Eden Park in Auckland/Tāmaki Makaurau and finishes on 20 August with the final at Sydney/Gadigal’s Stadium Australia. Tickets will be available to purchase via

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