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Are you ready to support the Matildas in FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023?

The second phase of sales of single-match tickets opened for the general public on 2 November 2022 and will run until 3 Marc 2023.

In a historic vote, Australia and New Zealand were awarded the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup in June 2020 ‘As One’ bid.

The FIFA Women’s World Cup tournament will kick off on July 20 at Eden Park in Auckland and conclude one month later in Sydney with 32 nations competing for the trophy.

29 nations have qualified for the expanded 32-team tournament – Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China PR, Colombia, Costa Rica, Denmark, England, France, Germany, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Korea Republic, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nigeria, Norway, Philippines, Republic of Ireland, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, USA, Vietnam, and Zambia.

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FIFA Women s World Cup 2023 Draw Result Graphic 1

The matches will take place in the following venues:

The second phase of sales of single-match tickets opened for the general public on 2 November 2022 and will run until 3 March 2023. From 11 April 2023, a final sales phase sale will begin and remain open until the end of the tournament or until all tickets are sold out. 

Single-match tickets start from $15 for kids and $30 for adults, while tickets for the final start from $20 for kids and $40 for adults. Further, an Australian home team pass that covers the Matildas’ three group games, starts from $35 for children and $70 for adults with category one adult passes priced at $200. 

This will be the ninth Women’s World Cup and the first time a World Cup has been hosted in Australia or New Zealand. Interested fans can buy authorised tickets via the FIFA ticketing portal by creating their FIFA ticketing account. 

Both Australia and New Zealand will be dreaming about their first World Cup titles, while the USA (4), Germany (2), Norway (1) and Japan (1) would like to add to their winning streak.

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